Van Hire - London

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A Guide to London

London is the capital city of England and United Kingdom, and is the largest city and urban area within the European Union. The city was formed by the Romans in AD43, named Londinium at the time. London acts as the major political, economic and tourist hub for the United Kingdom, with the most international visitors passing through the city in the world.

London is home to the Houses of Parliament, one of the four World Heritage Sites situated within the London borders. The other three sites are Kew Gardans, the Tower of London, Greenwich, and Westminster Abbey and St. Margeret's Church belonging to the same site as the Houses of Parliament. Buckingham Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge are a selection of important landmarks in London.

There are several major tourist and commerce attractions, including:

Tower of London

  • Built in 1077 by William the Concqueror, the Tower of London was used as a royal residence, prison, armoury, and home of the Crown Jewels. These all feature as part of the tour of the Tower of London

    Entry fees start at £9 and £17 for children and adults respectively, with family tickets costing £47 for a family.

Natural History Museum

  • The Natural History Museum has five main collections: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Palaeontology and Zoology with approximately 70 million items. Some of the items were collected by well-known figures such as Charles Darwin. The museums contains a large collection of dinosaur skeletons.

    Entry to the museum is free with the exception of temporary exhibitions.

Madame Tussauds

  • Display a collection of wax works of historical, film and sport figures. Elizabeth II, Nelson Mandela, Charlie Chaplin and Alfred Hitchcock all feature at the gallery.

    Entry fees start at £17 and £20 for children and adults respectively, with family tickets costing £69 for a family.

London Eye

  • A big ferris wheel.

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