London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, the largest metropolitan terrain of the country. London is among the most inhabited in the whole of Europe. It is also the world’s most visited city, whether it’s for leisure, business, work or studies. London has been on the centre stage of the world. With its roots in mediaeval times, the city of London is the oldest Local Authority based in England. The city has something for everyone whether of the historic significance, monuments, museums, royalty, British culture, food, music or the lively environment created by the people of London.
The metropolitan is a large diverse cultural centre, with people from different backgrounds present throughout the city and in Greater London. More than 300 nationalities contribute to the diversity and liveliness of London’s cultural feel and environment and even the languages are varied in every part of London. It is home to several famous museums, art galleries, theatres and cinemas which offer world-class entertainment all week long. Especially during the weekends people go out and enjoy the nightlife of London to the max. If you visit London and don’t go to its museums, theatres, palaces, and pubs you have not seen the real London. So make sure to spend at least 2 weeks getting to know and see this beautiful vibrant city. Come and visit London this July and enjoy the city with the Olympics in East London. Click Here
London Heritage Sites
London has four heritage sites:
- The Tower of London
- Kew Gardens
- The combined Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, and St Margaret’s Church; and also the historic settlement in Greenwich, where the Royal Observatory, Greenwich defines the Prime Meridian.
- Greenwich Mean Time.
Then there are sites as well which are:
- Buckingham Palace
- The London Eye
- Piccadilly Circus
- St Paul’s Cathedral
- Tower Bridge
- Trafalgar Square