The City of London is home to some impressive sights, and you may not know which is the most important.
But what you may have missed out on is the other places you should visit if you’re planning a visit.
The best spots for a walk from London’s busiest intersection to some iconic sights are in the south-west, near the Tower Bridge and at the famous Strand.
The Tower Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in London and is a popular stopover point for tourists.
It’s also one of Londoners most popular sights, with many of the iconic sights, including the Thames and Tower Bridge, located here.
The Strand is the next stop on our tour, a little walk from the Tower.
The area is a prime spot for people to hang out and grab a bite to eat, and is home of the legendary Paddington Bear.
The Paddock is a very popular spot for locals to sit down and relax, and has a number of restaurants that cater for a large range of food preferences.
The Thames can be a tricky spot to get around, with some of the busiest streets in the city clogged with traffic.
The Thames Walkway, which connects many of these areas, is also a popular place to get a drink.
If you’re going to the London Eye, we recommend a bit of a stroll to the west side, to the famous Tower Bridge.
The bridge is also very popular with visitors to London, with a number that can be found in and around London, such as Londoners and locals alike.
The South Bank is a favourite spot for Londoners, and a great way to get there from the capital.
The South Bank, and many other major areas of London, are very well kept, and are one of our favourites spots to go for a quick bite to the bite.
We have some more pictures of our London sights to share with you below, so you can take a look at what to see and do if you’ve decided to take the plunge into London.
You’ll also find the best places to take in some of our best cinemas in London, including one in Notting Hill.
If it’s raining outside and you want to enjoy a great view, head to the Thameside and catch a view of the river in the Thames.