Apart from being one of the world’s most visited cities, London has many other tricks up its exquisite old sleeve when it comes to wooing visitors. A behemoth of innovative art, music, writing, poetry, architecture, design and all things creative, London is aptly known as the culture capital of the world. The highly cosmopolitan city is home to one of the most beautiful museums and galleries in the world. And as a result of its cosmopolitan nature, many pubs, bars, and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines are spread across the city.
The famed Buckingham Palace organises themed exhibitions every year in its enormous ballrooms. And the daily event known as the Changing of the Guard that does exactly as it states, is also popular among tourists. Apart from these events, even a simple visit to the palace is breathtaking, especially the part of the gardens on visitor’s way out that have been made accessible. Meeting your favourite celebrity has been made easy by the Madame Tussauds Museum. Visitors get a chance to click pictures alongside the wax statues of Johnny Depp, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Cruise, and many more celebrities. Considered to be the finest example of Early English Gothic architectural style, the Westminster Abbey is a spectacular site that has served as a venue for the coronation of the royals. The building holds a significant place in the English history, and is a beautiful site to visit. The Hyde Park is the city’s favourite spot to unwind on a sunny day. Occasionally used as a concert venue, the park is otherwise flocked by locals who come there for an evening picnic. Be it the famed Harrods, or the modest London’s Larder, the city offers everything for everyone in a unique way.