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The Shard (London Skyscraper)

32 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG

webthe-shard.com phone+44 844 499 7111

The Shard is an iconic, landmark building on the London skyline, designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano. At a height of 1,016ft (310m), the tallest building in Western Europe, The Shard redefines London’s skyline and will be a dynamic symbol of London, recognisable throughout the world. Inside you can find offices, restaurants, the 5* hotel and private luxurious flats. The View is situated on floors 68-72. The entrance fee is 25 GBP. The owner of the building is the state of Qatar.

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Emirates Cable Car - Royal Docks

Emirates Air Line Greenwich Peninsula, London


The cable car system across the River Thames in London, sponsored by Emirates Airlines, was opened in summer 2012. It is an easy way and fabulous experience to get from the Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks. The trip takes 6 minutes and cable cars, which accomodate 10 people, arrive every 30 seconds. You can buy tickets at the Emirates Greenwich Peninsula ticket office or Emirates Royal Docks terminals. 1 ticket cost £4.30.

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Windsor Castle

Windsor SL4 1NJ, Great Britain


Located about 20 miles west of London, Windsor Castle is the second largest castle in the world (after Prague Castle) and the longest inhabited castle since the time of William the Conqueror. The area occupied by the castle is approximately 45,000 sq. meters. Together with the Buckingham Palace in London and the Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, it is one of the official residences of the British Monarchy. Most of the kings and queens of England had a direct influence on the construction and development of the castle, which was their barracks, fortress, home, official palace, and sometimes even their prisons. During the Peace Period, its living quarters were expanded and its fortifications improved during the wars.

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Kensington Palace

Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PX


The brick palace in the Kensington Gardens was built in the early 17st century and served as the residence of several Royals, including Queen Victoria, who was born here. Princess Diana lived here as well, after her divorce. Today Kensington Palace is best known as the residence of prince William and Kate Middleton. The palace is partially open to the public. Since 2005, the exhibition "Diana - Princess of Wales" by photographer Mario Testino is available here.

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Madame Tussauds - Wax Museum

Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LR

webmadametussauds.com phone+44 871 894 3000

Millions and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was.The museum-style ropes and poles have gone so guests can truly get up, close and personal with A-list celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweights and historical icons, reliving the times, events and moments that made the world talk about them.

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London Theatre Direct - theatre tickets on-line

weblondontheatredirect.com phone+44 845 505 8500

London Theatre Direct Ltd is an official agent of London theatre. We hold ticket allocations with each major venue. Book your theater tickets quickly and safely through our secure online shopping system.

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Tower of London

London EC3N 4AB

webhrp.org.uk phone+44 20 3166 6000

Since 1078, when the first stone was laid by William the Conquerer, the Tower of London has been the seat of British government and the residence of kings, the site of political intrigue, and the repository of the Crown Jewels. It has been an armory, a prison for members of court, lords and ministers, clergymen and knights, and the site of many executions and assassinations. A complex, and imposing fortress, it is the window to a violent and complex history. The Tower of London is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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EDF Energy London Eye

London SE1 7PB

weblondoneye.com phone+44 871 781 3000

At 135m, the EDF Energy London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel. It was conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and was launched in 2000. It has already won over 75 awards for national and international tourism, outstanding architectural quality and engineering achievement and has now welcomed over 39 million visitors. You can book tickets via our website or by phone in advance.

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Westminster Abbey

20 Deans Yard, London SW1P 3PA

webwestminster-abbey.org phone+44 207 222 5152

Located in the heart of London, it is the traditional place of coronation and burial for English monarchs, as well a place of worship owned by the royal family. With its oldest parts dating to the year 1050, the Abbey contains some of the most glorious medieval architecture in London. The interior is a veritable museum of English history. Among many highlights are the medieval coronation throne; Poet's Corner with its memorials to William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, and other giants of literature; and the tombs of Queen Elizabeth I, "Bloody" Queen Mary, explorer David Livingstone and naturalist Charles Darwin.

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