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Top London attractions
- Buckingham Palace: the home of the British royal family and one of London’s most iconic buildings.
- Harrods: a world-famous department store filled with luxury goods and a gigantic food hall.
- London Eye: ride the giant Ferris wheel to get unforgettable views of the city.
- Palace of Westminster: officially opened in 1852, the neo-Gothic Houses of Parliament deserve a close look.
- The Tower of London: home to the Crown Jewels and the Beefeaters.
Want to get the low-down on London’s best-kept secrets? Check out our travel guide for expert tips on exploring this historic city.
What’s the best way to get around London?
Both London buses and the famous underground metro (“the Tube”) are relatively easy to navigate. Plan to order a Visitor Oyster Card before you get there to use the public transport services. Alternatively, unmistakable London black cabs are plentiful, but make sure you only hail the ones with the taxi light on.
What’s the weather in London?
Be sure to pack a sturdy umbrella if you're travelling in January. With an average of 11 rainy days, it's very likely to be raining “cats and dogs” during your stay. London is busiest during the summer months when the weather is moderate.