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Top Tourist Destinations To Visit In London

London City Skyline

 

London is a city that has something for everyone. London is great to visit with its eclectic architecture, fascinating history and beautiful parks. The city has been the centre of many historical events and continues to be one of the most influential cities in the world. Are you planning on visiting London this year? If you are, have you considered how you will get around from location to location?

Why not consider using a professional chauffeur and tour company like ours here at We Drive Global. Having provided London with expert chauffeurs for several years, we are confident you will find precisely what you are looking for; luxury cars, private cars and a driver that is second to none. 

If you are planning a trip to London, we have listed some top tourist destinations that you should visit below; if you do choose to visit any of them, get in touch with We Drive Global to find out more about our London chauffeur tours. 

 

The British Museum

The British Museum is one of the most famous museums in London and attracts millions of visitors annually. It was established by Sir Hans Sloane in 1753 and was later opened to the public in 1759. The museum holds over eight million objects from different parts of the world, including ancient sculptures, jewellery, coins, manuscripts and paintings. 

The museum also has an extensive library which houses over 150 languages, including Latin, Greek, Egyptian hieroglyphics, Chinese and Hebrew. The British Museum is located on Great Russell Street near Tottenham Court Road Station, making it easy to reach by public transportation or Chauffuers London.

 

The Tower of London (Tower Hill)

The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror in 1066 A.D. The tower served as a royal residence for over 500 years and was used as a prison until 1952, when it became a museum. 

Today, tourists come here to see its famous ravens and medieval weapons collection and other exhibits like suits of armour and jewels from past kings and queens of England’s throne, including Queen Elizabeth II herself!

 

The London Eye

Located on the south bank of the River Thames, The London Eye is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions. It is also known as “the big wheel”. It’s situated next to County Hall and views excellent parts of London. 

The Gherkin and Canary Wharf can be seen from here. In addition, two other smaller wheels next to it also provide an excellent view. If you want a good view of central London at night, head for the observation deck at half past nine when it opens up again after closing at 6 pm in winter.

 

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is another historical landmark that you won’t want to miss while visiting London. This palace has been home to Britain’s monarchs since 1703, when King George III moved here from St James’ Palace (now known as the Palace of Westminster).

Today, visitors can tour the State Rooms and Gardens on weekdays during the summer months (July through September) or by special appointment at other times.

 

Tower Bridge

This bridge is another landmark you’ll find on any tourist map of London because it’s one of the most recognisable structures in the city (and probably anywhere else too).

 It was built between 1886 and 1894 and had two towers that rose over 100 metres into the sky and crossed over both banks of the River Thames.

 

St. Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings in London and was designed by Sir Christopher Wren after he rebuilt much of London after it was destroyed by fire during The Great Fire Of London in 1666. 

It has been used for religious services since 1697 and is still used for weddings, funerals, and other church events such as baptisms or confirmations. There are guided tours available inside St Paul’s Cathedral that show visitors around.

 

Big Ben

It is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. Big Ben is a clock tower at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. The tower was designed by Augustus Pugin and completed in 1858. Big Ben has become a symbol of London and British politics. 

Many people come here just to see this iconic landmark even though there is no access to the interior from outside or inside. You can see this tower from every corner of Westminster as it is illuminated with nighttime lights, making it even more beautiful. It remains open from 9 am till 4 pm during weekdays and from 10 am till 5 pm on weekends (except for public holidays).

 

The National Gallery

This gallery has over 2,300 paintings from some of Europe’s most famous artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti. 

The collection includes works by Botticelli, Rembrandt van Rijn, Rubens, Turner and Constable, among others.

 

Contact We Drive Global For Chauffeur Tours Today

If you have been considering exploring some of London’s must-see tourist destinations, have you worked out how you travel between them? Using the tube or a bus can become very stressful, especially on busy days; why not consider using a company like ours here at We Drive Global that can provide you with professional chauffeur driven tours. Our job is to get you from A to B so you can see all the destinations we offer here in London. 

If you would like to learn more about the whole day, half-day, and bespoke tours of London we provide here at We Drive Global; please feel free to call us. Our team is always happy to answer any questions or queries you might have.