1. Leadenhall Pasar Market
Looks familiar, Harry Potter movie fan? Leadenhall Market supports Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. If not lit by screens, this covered Victorian market in the City of London has pubs, shops and stalls selling flowers, meats, cheeses and fresh produce.
2. London Eyes
The London Eye has been observing the River Thames since 2000 and is the largest cantilever ferris wheel in the world. Millions of visitors enjoy stunning views of the London skyline every year.
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3. Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace, Henry VIII's popular royal residence, takes you back to the hard times of Tudor and Stewart. Admire the Great Hall, admire the Royal Chapel, and get lost in the famous garden maze. See more impressive mazes from around the world.
4. National Gallery
Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Turner, Renoir and Van Gogh - a reputation for Western European masters awaits you at the National Gallery in London. With over 2,000 paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries, the large collection is yours and can be found for free. And if you want more art, check out the National Portrait Gallery withColindale Minicab service next door. There are many more museums to visit around the world.
5. Trafalgar Square
Take a break and climb one of the giant bronze lions in Trafalgar Square. Big cats guard Nelson's Column, a memorial to Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. With its majestic fountain and proximity to the National Gallery, this square is always buzzing with activity.
6. Royal Observatory in Greenwich
Allocate space and time! At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, you can have one foot in the eastern hemisphere and the other in the western hemisphere on the world meridian. Explore the Greenwich Planetarium and Astronomy Center, and stroll through beautiful Greenwich Park. Cutty Sark and National Maritime Museum are also nearby.
7. British Museum
Artifacts, statues and antiquities worth two million years ago including Egyptian mummies, Elgin marble and the damaging hieroglyphs of the Rosetta Stone are home to the British Museum. Don't be surprised if your family history lover disappears within a few days. Here are the most popular museums in the world to visit withCorby Cabs.
8. Covent Park
Are you looking for retail therapy? Go to Covent Garden! Stroll down the cobblestone streets of the market and shop at the hottest chain stores, independent stores, and the famous indoor market (pictured here). Food will wow the restaurant as kids of all ages fall into the charms of street performers and eclectic magicians
9. Kensington Palace
Once the home of Princess Diana (and, before that, the young Queen Victoria), Kensington Palace is now one of the residences of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - William and Kate. The lush gardens and state suites of the King's and Queen are open to visitors all year round.
10. Hyde Park
Founded in 1536 by Henry VIII, Hyde Park is one of London's largest green spaces with over 4,000 trees, a vibrant flower garden and a sprawling lawn where many concerts and public celebrations take place. Explore Princess Diana's fountains, enjoy a meal at a restaurant on Royal Park Lake, or rent a boat for a relaxing snake paddle.
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