Visit the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II and witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony, a tradition that has been taking place since 1660. You can also explore the lavish State Rooms, which are used for official events and ceremonies.
No visit to London is complete without seeing the iconic Big Ben clock tower and the Houses of Parliament. Take a guided tour to learn about the history and importance of these buildings, or simply admire their grandeur from outside.
Take a ride on Europe's tallest Ferris wheel and enjoy stunning views of the city from above. The London Eye offers a unique perspective of famous landmarks such as Big Ben, the River Thames, and St Paul's Cathedral.
Experience London from the highest viewing platform in Western Europe at The Shard. Located on the 72nd floor of this iconic skyscraper, you can enjoy 360-degree views of the city and even spot famous landmarks in the distance.
Explore the Tower of London Bridge and discover its dark history as a prison, royal palace, and execution site. You can see the famous Crown Jewels and hear tales of intrigue and betrayal from the Yeoman Warders (also known as Beefeaters).
One of London's most iconic buildings, St Paul's Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece. You can climb to the top of the dome for breathtaking views of the city or attend a service to witness its beauty from within.