Big Ben/Houses of Parliament is a clock located at the north end of the Houses of Parliament. Also known as the clock tower, it is a beautiful four faced structure and the third tallest clock tower in the world.
Trafalgar Square, located in the centre of London, is the city’s most outstanding square shaped open space. It is the main attraction for both locals and tourists coming to visit London.
Parliament Hill, located at Hampstead Heath on North West London, is another tourist attraction that is 98 metres above sea level and gives excellent view of the capital city.
Greenwich Park in London was a hunting park in the early times and is the largest green patch in the city.
Primrose Hill in London is a small hilly park that has a fantastic view of the city and makes for an excellent picnic or outing spot.
Buckingham Palace in London is another attraction for tourists to come and take photographs. The palace was the home of British Monarch and presently the Queen of England is residing in the palace.
Tower Bridge in London is an engineering marvel of the 18th Century and is the crowded bridge on River Thames.
London Eye is basically a 135-metre high wheel situated at the bank of River Thames and can be seen in a lot of London photography.
River Thames is the longest river that flows through the city of London. It’s the second largest River in the United Kingdom and crosses many towns, villages and cities.
Piccadilly Circus between Shaftsbury Avenue and Coventry Street is a junction of five streets and is an extremely busy area of London.