There is so much beauty in London that will make you want to extend your visit longer than you initially intended. London is the capital city of England. It’s one of the most sought after destinations for tourists and travellers all over the world. All throughout London, every street and every lane is constructed thoughtfully to reflect on its years of tradition. There are so many lavish places of interests for people of all ages to visit in London. Some of the more popular and most visited places in London by tourists would have to be Regent’s Park, Royal Opera House, and Houses of Parliament.
Regent’s Park is one of the most popular parks in London. It is especially popular as a recreation area. There are an artificial lake there, as well as cricket grounds, tennis courts, and children’s playgrounds. You will also find the London Zoo here which is located on the North side of the park. You will get to experience many different animals and all of their beauty. Early morning is definitely the best time to visit this park, or in the late evening. Otherwise, it will be extra crowded in the middle of the day. Your loved ones will love it here.
Royal Opera House is absolutely the best theater to visit for all those who love drama and stage shows. London is very famous for its stage plays. This theater houses Royal Ballet and Royal Opera where you can enjoy some of the world’s best plays and famous characters portrayed by some prominent actors.
The House of Parliament is a cultural heritage in London. It’s located inside the Palace of Westminster. Locals and foreigners are both welcome here. This is the headquarters of both the Chambers of the Parliament, and it is stationed on the north bank River Thames in the City of Westminster. There was a terrible fire in 1834 that partially destroyed the building, but the Westminster Hall constructed in 1097 was saved from the fire. This was the exact place where William Wallace, Guy Fawkes, and King Charles the First stood for a trial. After the 19th century, it was re-constructed to its present state. It was built based on the Gothic architecture, the all of its interiors were designed by Charles Barry and Augustus Welby Pugin. Even though the Royal Family doesn’t reside here anymore, following a fire in 1529, it has still retained its official status of a royal palace.