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2 Days in London, United Kingdom

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London is an incredible city with a remarkable number of exciting attractions and fascinating landmarks to view. The city is breathtaking, stunning at every level, and rightfully should be on every traveler's bucket list. It offers endless of opportunities for all, from young to old, to enjoy and explore. As a top travel destination with millions of tourists every season, you will always find something thrilling to do in London.

The city offers fantastic museums, many are completely free. As one of the world's most influential cultural centers, London provides Incomparable musicals, theater shows, and music concerts. The cruises over the River Thames and splendid Little Venice will also brighten your day. The shopping experience, colorful markets, and excellent culinary scene in London are nothing but outstanding. The classic pubs together with unbeatable nightlife are an absolute joy too. With one very famous royal family, majestic architecture, extraordinary history, and winsome parks, London is a must-visit place.

This itinerary will help you to save time and navigate among the overwhelming number of attractions in England's capital, with information, tips, and maps. Use Trip.Expert's trip planner and personalize your trip, buy tickets in advance, make hotel reservations and get ready to start your dream vacation in one of the most marvelous cities in the world.
  
     
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St James's Park is one of London's oldest and most beautiful royal parks, situated near Buckingham Palace. It's famous for its serene lake, home to various bird species including swans, and its stunning views of the palace and the London Eye. The park offers a peaceful retreat in the heart of the city, making it an ideal spot for a leisurely stroll, a picnic, or simply to unwind and enjoy the scenic beauty.
  London SW1A 2BJ, UK
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Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarch in London. It's famous for the Changing of the Guard ceremony, an iconic display of British pageantry. The palace's splendid architecture and the beautiful Victoria Memorial in front of it make it a must-visit attraction. While tourists can't go inside the main building, the Changing of the Guard event and the exterior view of the palace are emblematic of British royalty and heritage.
  Westminster, London SW1A 1AA, UK
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Westminster Abbey is a historic church known for its remarkable Gothic architecture and its role as the traditional venue for coronations, royal weddings, and state funerals. It's famous for the Poets' Corner, where many literary legends are buried or commemorated. The abbey's interior showcases intricate stained glass windows and impressive medieval craftsmanship. Visitors can explore the abbey to learn about England's history, its monarchs, and notable figures buried within its walls.
  Westminster Abbey, London SW1P 3PA, UK
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14:30 - 15:00
The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is a symbol of British democracy. This iconic Gothic-style building on the River Thames houses the UK Parliament. It's famous for Big Ben, the Great Bell housed in the Elizabeth Tower. Visitors can attend debates, explore historic chambers, and marvel at the stunning architecture, making it a hub of political and architectural significance in London.
  London SW1A 0AA, UK
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Big Ben, officially known as the Elizabeth Tower, is an iconic symbol of London and the UK. Located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster, it houses the Great Bell, which chimes the famous "Big Ben" sound. Its stunning Gothic architecture and historical significance make it a must-visit. While it's not open to the public, its exterior and the surrounding Westminster area offer great photo opportunities and a sense of the city's rich heritage.
  Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, UK
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See some of the most iconic London landmarks while traveling comfortably. Take a cruise along the Thames River and add another fun and unforgettable activity while you visit thrilling London.
  Westminster Pier, Victoria Embankment, London SW1A 2JH, UK
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17:30 - 18:00
The London Eye is a colossal Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames. Offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city, it has become an iconic part of the London skyline. Tourists can enjoy spacious glass capsules that provide unmatched vistas of landmarks like the Shard, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower Bridge. Riding the London Eye provides a unique and memorable experience, especially during sunset or nighttime when the city lights create a magical ambiance.
  Riverside Building, County Hall, London SE1 7PB, UK
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Covent Garden is a historic market area in the West End, famous for its street performers, theaters, boutique shops, and upscale restaurants. It's renowned for the Royal Opera House, making it a cultural hub for ballet and opera enthusiasts. Visitors can explore the market's diverse stalls, watch live performances, and enjoy a range of cuisines. Its unique blend of entertainment, shopping, and dining makes Covent Garden a captivating destination.
  Covent Garden, London, UK
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Trafalgar Square is a bustling public square in central London, surrounded by historic landmarks and cultural institutions. It's famous for Nelson's Column, commemorating Admiral Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. The square is a hub of cultural events, protests, and celebrations. Tourists often visit to admire the fountains, sculptures, and the iconic facade of the National Gallery. During festivals, it transforms into a lively space with music, art installations, and performances.
  Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5DN, UK
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Piccadilly Circus is one of London's most famous landmarks, akin to New York City's Times Square. It's a vibrant hub known for its dazzling electronic billboards, theaters, shops, and restaurants. Surrounded by historic buildings, this bustling square is a focal point of London's West End, making it a perfect spot for entertainment, shopping, and dining. It's particularly enchanting at night when the neon lights illuminate the area, creating a lively atmosphere that captures the essence of London's energetic spirit.
  Piccadilly Circus, London W1B, UK
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Leicester Square is London's entertainment epicenter, renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, theaters, cinemas, and nightlife. It's famous for hosting film premieres and housing iconic theaters like the London Hippodrome. Tourists love visiting Leicester Square for its numerous restaurants, bars, and clubs, which make it a great spot for dining and entertainment. The square's energetic ambiance and proximity to the West End's theaters make it a hotspot for both locals and tourists alike.
  Leicester Square, London, UK
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13:00 - 15:30
The British Museum is a treasure trove of human history and culture, showcasing artifacts from civilizations worldwide. Notable exhibits include the Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies, and the Elgin Marbles. It's famous for its vast and diverse collection, making it one of the world's most visited museums. The museum offers free entry and educational programs, making it accessible and enriching for tourists.
  Great Russell St, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3DG, UK
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Camden Market, within Camden Town, is one of London's most famous markets. Spread over several interconnected markets, it offers a diverse range of goods, from vintage clothing and handmade crafts to international street food. The market's lively atmosphere, live music, and unique products draw visitors seeking a taste of London's creative and multicultural essence.
  Camden Lock Pl, Camden Town, London NW1 8AF, UK
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Camden Town is a vibrant neighborhood known for its eclectic atmosphere, diverse culture, and lively music scene. Famous for its alternative fashion, street art, and quirky shops, it's a hub for creativity and youth culture. Camden Market, in particular, offers an array of unique stalls, global cuisine, and vintage finds, making it a haven for shoppers and explorers alike.
  Camden Town, London, UK
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