London is a truly magnificent city; rich in culture, rich in history, rich in entertainment. It’s true what they say about touring London. You need to set aside at least two to three weeks to properly enjoy what the city has to offer. London is the capital of fashion, food, cultural diversity and even politics. There is a lot to explore and experience. There certainly isn’t any shortage of places to visit and see.
In today’s post, we will keep the focus on a handful of attractions that are a must-see for first-timers. Whether you are a local or a tourist, if you are visiting London for the first time, you have to visit these places and experience them for what they offer.
These are places that have received a big thumbs up from thousands of tourists who have rated them for their unforgettable experience and creative entertainment.
The London Eye
Most tourists recall the London Eye from the famous Fantastic Four movie. You can’t visit London and leave without seeing the London Eye. It is bigger than it appears on TV and simply put; it’s a ride like you have never experienced before. The Eye enjoys great reviews from various travel sites and also garners immense praise from the tourists who come to experience it. The view of London from the peak of the London Eye is simply breath-taking and worth capturing on camera. It’s great family entertainment.
A well-known and popular place, Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space in London’s West End. This is where people gather around and enjoy mouth-watering cuisine at various restaurants in the vicinity. It is located near central London therefore it allows ease of access from multiple surrounding cities and counties. On the same note, tourists can travel to different areas easily through underground tube system.
The Ripper Tours
London is famous for its guided tours. And when people talk about tours, the first one to come to mind is the Jack the Ripper Tour. The popularity of this tour has been constantly rising over the years as more and more people who are already curious about the Ripper saga become totally fascinated by the tour and the experience it provides. Even though it portrays a grim history of Whitechapel, the factual accounts, detection methods of the 1800s, and impact of the whole Ripper saga has caught people’s curiosity and intrigue. Every tourist book recommends that people take the Ripper tour, and those who are adventure savvy, must also opt for it.
The good thing about the above-mentioned tourist hotspots is accessibility. All of these popular attractions are easily accessible by public transport, making it straightforward for tourists to see multiple amazing attractions and make the most of their stay in London.
So the next time you’re in London, be sure to visit these amazing places and don’t forget the camera! There will be lots of Kodak moments that you won’t want to miss.