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  • Edificis i monuments
  • Parks and gardens
  • Museums
  • Transport
  • Gastronomy
  • Stadiums
  • Viewpoints

Tower of London This is one of the most famous monuments in London that has served as a prison, armory, a palace, and even a zoo in the past.

St. Paul's Cathedral Saint Paul’s Cathedral, is the present building is a domed church of great openness designed in a restrained style that combines elements of Neoclassical, Gothic, and Baroque architecture.

Big Ben Big Ben is perhaps the most prominent clock in the world and London's most famous landmark.

Big Ben Big Ben is perhaps the most prominent clock in the world and London's most famous landmark.

Buckingham Palace The palace has a long and colorful history - it wouldn't be British without one. So, without further ado, here are some fascinating facts about Buckingham Palace you may not have known.

Hyde Park Called the green lung of London, Hyde Park is one of the most important places to visit in London.

Kensington Gardens Kensington Gardens was the private garden of Kensington Palace and is a place to go to relax, stroll or read a book in the shade of a tree.

Holland Park Holland Park is situated in one of London's most elegant districts, where the ruins of Holland House once stood.

Regent's Park In this park there is a world-renowned collection of roses, with more than 12,000 individual plants of over 85 varieties. You can find sparrowhawks, owls, thrushes and the three native species of woodpeckers.

St. James's Park St James's Park is surrounded by three royal palaces and bordered by the Horse Guard Parade and The Mall Street. Its lake is home to the park's famous pelicans, and you can watch them being fed at 2.30pm.

British Museum Located in the center of London, it is one of the oldest museums in the world and is known for showcasing the history and culture of humanity.

Tate Modern Considered one of the most impressive contemporary art museums in the world, it features globally renowned artworks by artists such as Picasso, Dalí, and Cézanne.

Museum of London Situated in the heart of London, this museum allows visitors to discover the history of Londoners, featuring art pieces, fashion, photographs, and much more.

Natural History Museum Located in the west of the city, it is not only one of the best museums in the city but also in Europe. It has a vast collection where you can find over 70 million specimens, including plants, animals, fossils, and minerals.

Victoria & Albert Museum It is a gallery of collection and design, and in addition to being one of the largest decorative arts museums in the world, if not the largest, it has 145 galleries where we can find works from around the world.

Kring's Station From this station, all kinds of transport depart. It's like a central station from which buses, taxis, subways, and other types of transport leave.

Borough Market This gourmet’s delight boasts a mouth-watering range of speciality fresh food stalls under its Dickensian roof. Stallholders come to trade from all parts of the UK as well as traditional products from Europe being imported and sold. Fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, and pastries are some of the treats on offer.

Twickenham StadiumTwickenham is the largest stadium in the world dedicated solely to the sport of rugby union. It hosts major international matches, including the Six Nations Championship and Rugby World Cup games, as well as domestic finals such as the Premiership Rugby Final.This stadium was opened at 1909, and it has a capacity of 82,000 spectators.

Stamford BridgeStamford Bridge is one of the oldest stadiums still in use in the Premier League and has a rich history. It is located in the Fulham district. The stadium, originally opened in 1877, it has undergone several renovations. Now, there is a capacity of approximately 41,000 spectators.

Wembley StadiumWembley Stadium it is one of the largest and most modern stadiums in the world, known for its iconic arch that can be seen from miles away. The new Wembley was inaugurated in 2007 because before this moder Wembley there was one but in another place. This stadium has a capacity of approximately 90,000 spectators.

The StoopOfficially known as the Twickenham Stoop, it is located near Twickenham Stadium (the other stadium of rugby). The Stoop is well-regarded for its intimate atmosphere and serves as the home ground for Harlequins, one of the leading clubs in English rugby.This stadium was inagurated in 1963 and it has a capacity of 14,800 spectators.

Lord's Cricket GroundLord's Cricket Ground is one of the most iconic and oldest cricket stadiums in the world, known for its rich history and its fundamental role in the development of cricket. The current Lord's was inaugurated in 1814, replacing two earlier versions that were located in different places. This stadium has a capacity of approximately 30,000 spectators.

The OvalThe Oval is one of the most iconic and oldest cricket stadiums in the world, known for its rich history and its fundamental role in the development of cricket. The Oval was inaugurated in 1845 and has since been a central venue for many historic cricket matches. This stadium has a capacity of approximately 27,500 spectators.

The ShardThe Shard is one of the most iconic and tallest buildings in the world, known for its modern architecture and its significant impact on the London skyline. The Shard was inaugurated in 2012 and stands at a height of 310 meters, making it the tallest building in the United Kingdom. This building has a capacity to accommodate thousands of people in its offices, restaurants, hotel, and viewing platforms.

The ShardSky Garden is one of the most iconic and unique buildings in London, known for its breathtaking views and its role as a public garden in the sky. Sky Garden was inaugurated in 2015 and is located at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street, commonly known as the "Walkie-Talkie" building. This venue has a capacity to accommodate several hundred visitors at a time, offering a combination of lush greenery, dining options, and panoramic views of the city.

London EyeThe London Eye is one of the most famous attractions in London and one of the largest Ferris wheels in the world, standing at 135 meters tall. Each complete rotation takes approximately 30 minutes, and the glass capsules offer spectacular views of the city, including the Parliament, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and even Windsor Castle on clear days.