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London is pure magic, which is why it's one of the world's most visited cities. From history and culture to fine food and exceedingly good times, London has everything. Its vibrant culture is this melting pot of cultures, nationalities, and languages, making London attractive to travelers worldwide.

Places To Visit in London

Georgia Aquarium : The Georgia Aquarium features a wide variety of marine life and fun and interactive activities for visitors. As the world's largest aquarium, it houses more than 100,000 aquatic creatures, including the largest in the ocean, whale sharks. In addition, you can spot rare albino alligators or watch the trainers interact with Californian sea lions. A unique option offered by the Georgia Aquarium is that it provides an opportunity to dive or snorkel in the tank with the sharks. To participate in this, visitors must have SCUBA diving certification.

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament : This stunning Gothic landmark is the seat of the British Parliament, and Big Ben keeps time for the rest of the world for over a century. The sound of the chimes is as famous as the clock tower and has been replicated throughout the world. You can explore the statues in Parliament Square before crossing over to the Westminster Bridge to get a classic photo with the Parliament in the background. Then, carry on over the bridge to the South Bank for another stunning cityscape across the river.

Natural History Museum : This is a fun, interactive experience dedicated to the evolution of the natural world from dinosaurs to the present. The museum encapsulates the miracle of life on this planet with a combination of real dinosaur skeletons and interactive displays. You can't walk away from here without newfound respect for the world we live in. Split into four sections; the museum has loads of extraordinary experiences suitable for all the family, most notably an earthquake simulator. In the geology section, there's a real chunk of moon rock. The building itself looks more like a grand cathedral than a museum. You'll be thrilled and surprised by many of the exhibits, and best of all, it's free.

Covent Garden : This pedestrian-friendly public square in the West End is a great place to soak up London's vibrancy. Street performers entertain the crowds, and restaurants spread into the square, making Covent Garden one of the most beautiful spots on a sunny day. Head to Covent Garden Market to find various antiques, fresh produce, and art and crafts. The restaurants here are a mix of famous franchises, expensive fine diners, and tourist traps knocking out microwave meals. Enjoying a leisurely drink, watching the street performers in Convent Garden is a one-of-a-kind experience.

Oxford Street : Oxford Street is the best shopping street in England. You'll find numerous flagship stores from many of Britain's best brands along with fancy department stores like Selfridges and D. If you want to experience this retail heaven to the optimum level, you must take the Tube to Tottenham Court Road station and shop down to the Marble Arch which is at the opposite end of Oxford Street. For young fashionistas, you can't miss a short detour to the famed Carnaby Street. Around the festive season, Oxford Street is beautiful, with thousands of twinkling Christmas lights and imaginative window displays. It's also an excellent spot to pick up cheap and tacky souvenirs from street stalls.

Borough Market : Visit this fantastic food market around mealtimes to sample the range of artisanal treats. Sausages, shellfish, roasted and cured meats, freshly baked bread, and every type of English cheese you might name are all available here.

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Best Time to Visit London

The prime time to visit London is March through May, when the temperature is mild and the city's parks are green and blooming. However, late spring and summer are prime tourist seasons, and hotel and flight prices reflect the surge.