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London

Your travel guide for London

London is calling: Anyone who has visited London once will never be able to forget its unique atmosphere. The capital of Great Britain is rich in history, is always a bit idiosyncratic and is stress-free to travel despite the masses of people. The subway makes it possible to visit the most important landmarks of the city within a few days in mole mode. Whether Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square or Tower Bridge: In central London, one famous photo motif follows the next, broken up by pubs, boutiques and restaurants.

Attractions and sights

London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and attracts millions of visitors from all over the world every year with its numerous sights and museums.

Guide to London

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge
The Tower Bridge is one of the most famous landmarks of London and also one of the most famous bridges in the world. On a length of 244 metres, the famous bascule bridge spans the Thames. The bridge, which was handed over to its purpose in the year 1894, got its name ...

Big Ben & Houses of Parliament

Big Ben & Houses of Parliament
Parliament and landmark. Despite the avant-garde, sometimes breathtaking skyscrapers all around, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament are among the most striking buildings in the skyline of the British capital. Alongside the ubiquitous red double-decker buses, the typical London taxis and, of course, the unmistakable silhouette of Tower Bridge, they are among ...

Buckingham Palast

Buckingham Palast
Residence of the Queen in London. Buckingham Palace is one of the most important and famous sights in London. And not without reason. After all, the huge palace is not only the official residence of the British Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip but also one of the most famous and representative buildings in the whole ...

Tower of London

Tower of London
Fortress with the crown jewels. The Tower of London with its museums, guided tours and exhibitions is open to the public. It is one of London's most popular and rewarding tourist attractions, with around 2.5 million visitors each year.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral
The second largest dome in the world. The imposing white dome of St. Paul's Cathedral dominates the London skyline. The church became famous not least because of the fairytale wedding between Prince Charles and Lady Diana.

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