One of the most iconic capital cities in the world, London is a tourist mecca with its mix of high rise sky scrapers and traditional English architecture it has something for everyone. Many of London’s landmarks have been recreated as official Pandora or Pandora compatible charms so you will be able to find a lovely momento of your trip to England’s Capital.

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Most Popular Attractions in London

It’s no surprise that London is one of the top tourist destinations on the planet, attracting over 15 million tourists every single year. The capital of Britain is a city vibrant in its arts and entertainment with its music scene still rocking half a century after the Beatles. London also possesses one of the world’s largest concentrations of cultural attractions. You can spend countless days in awe and wonder, exploring the numerous sites like royal palaces, people’s parliament, cathedrals, Roman ruins, castles and more. The beauty and allure of London is one that is unmatched by any other.

Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard

One of the most symbolic buildings in London is Buckingham Palace, which is also the stage for the city’s most well-known show of pomp and circumstance, the Changing of the Guard. At 11.30am all year round, crowds of people gather to watch the colorful show of precision marching and music. The Palace is the London residence of the Royal Family. When the Queen is away, visitors can go on tours in certain parts of the royal palace.

The Tower of London and Tower Bridge

The amazing Tower of London has carried out several varying roles over the centuries. It has been a prison, palace, treasure vault and even a private zoo at one point. It is one of Britain’s iconic structures and it houses hours of incredible nuggets on the rich history of the country. An extra touch to the beauty of this World Heritage Site is that a big part of the country’s history actually took place in it. The huge White Tower houses an incredible display of royal armaments and armor. The armaments and armor are not the only highlights kept there with others such as the popular Crown Jewels exhibition, the Royal Mint and the gory exhibits on the executions that occurred at the site.

The Beefeaters are also a major tourist attraction associated with the tower. The Yeoman Warders or commonly referred to as Beefeaters are the guards of the Tower of London whose designated responsibilities involve keeping an eye on any prisoners at the Tower and protecting the Crown Jewels. They also act as tour guides with the funny twist of them themselves being tourist attractions.

London Buses

The red double-decker buses in London are among the symbolic elements of the wonderful city. The origin of the color of the buses has several, some wilder than others. In 1907, the London General Omnibus Company, one of the many bus companies at the time revamped its complete fleet of buses to stand out from the competition and soon after it became the biggest bus company. Over time, other buses took up the similar system and the theme became the icon we see today.

Big Ben

Nothing says ‘London’ more unambiguously than another iconic landmark, the 97-meter tower that houses the massive clock and its vibrant bell known as Big Ben. The world knows the tolling of Big Ben as the time signal of BBC Radio.