7 Remarkable Landmarks in London

The Boutique Adventurer

To celebrate 18 years of living in London, it seemed appropriate to put together a list of the best London landmarks. These are my must-sees that I recommend to anyone who visits London!


Big Ben

As the Eiffel Tower is to Paris, Big Ben is to London. The name refers to both the clock and the clock tower that sits at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.


Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster is located in London and is where the two United Kingdom Houses of Parliament meet: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.


Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is perhaps best known for the weddings it has held. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip and Prince William and Kate Middleton were married at Westminster Abbey in London.

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Buckingham Palace

The core of today’s palace was built as a home for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. It was acquired by King George II in 1761 as a private residence for Queen Charlotte.


Kensington Palace – England

Kensington Palace was the royal residence for Prince Charles and Princess Diana and was very much known as Diana’s home in London. It was also the birthplace of Queen Victoria.


St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s has dominated the London skyline for over 300 years with its famous dome. It is 111 metres high and was the highest building in London until 1963. It is still the highest dome in the world.


Tower of London

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