Top Places

The Tower of London

The magnificent London Tower has met many long-term requirements, from jail to castle, treasure chamber to private zoo. This splendid World Heritage Site, one of Britain’s most renowned sites, is a place of lengthy periods for tourists inspired by the rich history of the nation. In 1078 William the Conqueror created the gigantic White Tower, which was built within the 17th century Line of Kings with its spectacular exhibition of imperial weapons and defensive layer.

The British Museum

The British Museum possesses around 13 million old world articles, which make it one of the most important articles in the world. It is difficult to identify where important artefacts from Assyria, Babylon, China, Europe and from the past are first and foremost. Among the most famous exhibits of the gallery are the disputed Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon, The Stone of the Rosetta, the enormous busts of Ramesses II, Egyptian mummies, and the brilliant multitude of Roman silver dating from the fourth century known as the Mildenhall Treasure.

Piccadilly Circus

The two most remarkable London resorts, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, sits close together and fills Soho, the bustling theatre and amusement district of town, with a gate. The success of Master Horatio Nelson at Trafalgar in 1805 led to the establishment of Trafalgar Square over the French and Spanish people. The 183-foot stone landmark Nelson Column remains at the centre of the square, sat over the bronze reliefs made of french cannon. The courtyard is surroundings of the Arch of the Admiralty, St. Martin in the Fields and the National Gallery.