Piccadilly Circus Is an intersection where five roads meet, it is most famous for the elegant statue of Eros, the god of love and the advertising signs that light up the sky at night. If you are looking to go shopping it is a good place to start as Regent Street, Piccadilly and Shaftsbury Avenue all lead off of Piccadilly Circus
Westminster Catherdral Over a hundred years old the Cathedral has some of the most amazing architecture in London. The Cathedral is a quite space in the heart of London where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of life and London. Early Christian Byzantine in architectural style by the Victorian architect John Francis Bentley the first stone was laid in 1895, however the Cathedral has never been truly finished.
Buckingham Palace It was built in 1705 and became the London home of the sovereign in 1837, with Queen Victoria. You can tell if Her Majesty is at home because the royal standard replaces the Union Flag when she is in residence. The State Rooms are open to the public for a tour during August and September and Changing of the Guards takes place daily.
Tower bridge At the Tower Bridge Exhibition you can enjoy breath-taking views from the high-level Walkways and learn about the history of the Bridge and how it was built. You can then visit the Victorian Engine Rooms, home to the original steam engines that used to power the Bridge lifts. Tower Bridge Walkways have specially designed windows, giving visitors a unique opportunity to take photos of the views.
St Paul Cathedral Built after the Great Fire of London St Paul's Cathedral is perhaps one of Sir Christopher Wren's finest buildings, completed in 1710 it took 40 years to complete. Wren's masterpiece is the soaring dome, which offers outstanding panoramic views across London, and is home to the famous Whispering Gallery. A circular gallery that carries sound around it, if someone stands on the opposite side they will be able to hear you whisper clearly after a few seconds'. The cathedral also houses a large collection of treasures including effigies that pre-date the Great Fire, and around 300 monuments and burial sites, including the tomb of Wren himself.
Big ben Big Ben is closed to the public, its real name is the Clock Tower, Big Ben is actually the name of the bell inside! During the Summer Recess the Palace of Westminster, is open for a one hour guided tour, which includes both Chambers and other great State Rooms. The tour starts at Victoria Tower and ends in Historic Westminster Hall.