If you consider a visit to London, you'll be one amongst over 15 million people that throng to visit this global destination. A city that holds much importance historically as well as architecturally, London has lots to offer.
The Shard- View London from Atop a Pyramidal Tower
Also called the Shard of Glass, and the Shard London Bridge, this 87 storey skyscraper is the European Union's tallest building. The observation deck on the 72nd floor was opened to the public last February. At a height of 802 feet, the open air observation deckis the tallest in the United Kingdom.
Tea Break at the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon
A visit to London without indulging in the English tradition of high tea is a waste. Treat yourself to vast varieties of tea, sandwiches, fresh from the oven scones and clotted cream at the famous Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum and Mason.
Dine and Cruise
One of the many things to do in London at night would be taking a dinner cruise along the river Thames. Don't forget to dress in formals to enjoy the most of a magically romantic dinner.
Watch London from the London Eye
The London Eye was the world's tallest Ferris wheel when it was erected in 1999. It is located on the south bank of the Thames. It offers a panoramic view of the city from a height of 443 feet. Take a ride in it at night to get a magnificent view.
Kew Gardens- Take Time to Smell the Roses
Amongst the top 20 Attractions of London, the Royal Botanic Gardens or the Kew Gardens cover an area of 121 hectares. More than 30,000 living plant species and millions of preserved plants can be found here. There is also a library having thousands of books, illustrations and prints of plants. Most people flock to see the Japanese garden and Alpine House. Visitors are also allowed to see the garden's green waste being recycled from a distance.
Entertainment options in London will never run dry. For more attractions, or to know about the events that take place here on a weekly basis, you can check out the online recourses.