Top 11 Best Places to visit in London in april

London Eye

Located on London’s Southbank, London Eye is the world’s tallest cantilever wheel and an the iconic figure in the London sky. This wheel attracts nearly 4 million visitors every year.

Tower Of London

The enthralling majesty and historical importance of the Tower of London can be felt from the moment a visitor steps inside its grounds.

The British Museum

Located in the Bloomsbury area, the British Museum is one of the most significant places in England for tourists. It is one of the world's most numerous and most influential institutions of human history and culture

Royal Observatory

The Royal Observatory in Greenwich has been one of the most influential structures of the British History. It all started after King Charles II ordered a royal commission to look into investing in Astronomy

Madame Tussauds London

Often known as one of the most popular tourist attractions in London, Madame Tussauds is visited by millions of people every year, and has attracted nearly half a million tourists since its first opening. Madame Tussauds

Trafalgar Square

Resting at the heart of London, amidst the bustling town of Westminster, lies the country's most notable landmark, Trafalgar Square. Constructed in 1840

Guildhall Art Gallery

The Guildhall Art Gallery sits adjacent to the historic Guildhall and is also internally connected. The art gallery holds some of the most prestigious art collections originating from the City of London.

Crystal Palace Park

Resting amidst the sky-touching buildings and old vibes of southeast London, the Crystal Palace Park is a one of its kind place where the visitors can learn, maintain health and their well-being along with indulging in some

Westminster Bridge

In the heart of the bustling city of London, overlooking the tranquil waters of River Thames lies the oldest structure of London, Westminster Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is an iconic bridge located on River Thames that has become symbolic to London. During the earlier times, it was also called “Tower of London” due to a royal prison that was located inside this tower.