London is the capital of the UK. The London Eye, on the banks of the River Thames, offers views across the city and beyond. The Tower of London, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace are all major attractions in the city, along with Tower Bridge and St Paulís Cathedral. Oxford Street is the main shopping street. Flights are available to London from major US cities, including New York, Boston and Chicago. Carriers include American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Airlines and United Airlines.
Whether you arrive in London via the underground
or inside one of the city's ubiquitous black taxicabs, you will
immediately be greeted by a deep sense of history and met with the
unique vibrancy of this incredible destination.
The Tower of London London
The Tower of London is perhaps as famous for
its traditions as its imposing structure.
The Houses of Parliament London
Originally built for Edward the Confessor
more than 1,000 years ago, the Houses of Parliament, or Palace of
Westminster, remained the principal residence of Britain's monarchs
for the next 400 years.
Tate Modern London
Housed in the former Bankside Power Station,
which has been transformed by Swiss Architects Herzog & de
Meuron into a spectacular new modern building, the Tate Modern is
Britain's new National Museum of Modern Art.
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