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What To See In London: 3

Hyde-Park-london-436373_1920_1440Now that you have seen some of the most beautiful building in London, let’s go ahead and talk about one of the other famous attractions and that is Hyde Park.  Hyde Park is actually flush against the Kensington Gardens, which is definitely one of the benefits of this particular park.

Hyde Park is actually one of the most popular parks in London and it is liken to Central Park in New York.  It actually is about more than a mile square and that includes Serpentine Lake, Marble Arch and of course, the Diana Memorial Fountain that you will find.

This park is definitely one of the best if you are looking to chill out and laze around after a hard day of touring.

What To See In London: 2

houses-of-parliamentWhen you think about it – Greenwich is one of the top attractions for London, however, the Houses of Parliament is another attraction that I know that I have fallen in love with for quite some time now.  This impressive Gothic-style building is definitely one of the most beautiful and most popular buildings in London.

It has the beautiful and famous clock tower that is known as Big Ben.  When you see the Houses of Parliament, you know that you are seeing a part of history and it is certainly one attraction that you should now miss.

If you go to London and miss the Houses of Parliament – you have not truly seen all of London.

What To See In London: 1

GreenwichLondon is definitely one of those places that you should visit sometime in your lifetime.  Not only is it one of those places that is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful but it is a fantastic place whenever you are looking to go to truly get away and to truly be wowed by all of the beauty that one place has.

Greenwich is a definite must whenever you are staying in London, it is certainly something that is very popular and definitely worth it for a day trip.  It is actually a stretch of land that is about four miles long and there is a bunch of attractions right there, including the Millennium Dome and the Greenwich Park.

In the next blog, we are going to talk about the Houses of Parliament!