Top London Attractions To Visit

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LONDON ATTRACTIONS

London is Europe’s largest city, spanning more than six hundred
and twenty square miles from its heart on the River Thames.
London is Europe’s most diverse metropolises: there are around
two hundred languages spoken within its confines, and more than
thirty percent of the population is made up of first, second and
third generation immigrants.

Despite Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish transference, London is
still where the country’s news and money are made. London is
where the central government resides and where unsophisticated
life begins. Londoners’ sense of superiority causes enormous
resentment in the regions, but it is undeniable that the capital has
a great measure of success in most walks of British life.

Most of the major attractions in Europe is located in London.
London boasts four World Heritage Sites, 238 attractions that are
free to enter (so there’s nowhere else in the world where you can
see so much for so little). Visit the many museums and castles that
the city has to offer.

About thirty percent of London is open space; the other areas are
filled with one of the 143 registered parks and gardens. Many of
the parks have short walking paths and nature trails can be found
in places like Hampstead Heath and Mile End Park, so let us put on
our walking shoes and go for a stroll, take a picnic lunch for the
end of your walk.

The National Gallery houses paintings ranging from 1250 to 1900,
including the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Van Gogh,
Botticelli, Gainsborough, Turner, Cezanne along with other great
works.

The British Museum exhibits the works of man from primitive to
modern times with a collection from all around the world. The
Rosetta stone, sculptures from the Parthenon and the Portland
Vase are included in this museum.

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