London is a destination for many tourists. It is a cosmopolitan city with centuries-old history, which offers many unique attractions - also those addressed specifically for men. When you have never been to London, it is worth seeing!
Greater London covers an area of 609 square miles, being one of the largest cities in the world. The river Thames flows through the town. London has some of the most popular tourist attractions in the worlds. Check out our proposals and get ready for some great time!
London attractions. What to see in London?
There are many interesting sights in London that have a fascinating history. During your visit in the city, it is worth taking a moment to get acquainted with its famous monuments. This can be done with our charming escorts who can be your sexy guides to London's attractions.
The Tower of London is a former defensive building and a palace. At present royal jewels of priceless value are presented there.
Big Ben - this name often refers to both the bell and the clock and the St. Stephen’s Tower itself. The Big Ben clock is the largest clock in the UK.
St. Paul's Cathedral is located in central London called The City. Its construction lasted from 1675 to 1710. The cathedral is characterized by a monumental dome. There are several art galleries in the interior of the cathedral.
Tower Bridge over the Thames has become a symbol of London. There is a museum of the history of the Tower Bridge in the towers, and from the top deck, now open for tourists, you can see a beautiful view of the River Thames and London.
Westminster Abbey is a complex of buildings including the neo-Gothic Palace of Westminster, the seat of Parliament, the tower with the famous Big Ben clock, the medieval church of St. Margaret and the well-known Westminster Abbey. Until the 16th century it was the seat of kings. You can see royal tombs and graves and commemorative plaques of the most eminent English artists, scholars and politicians.
Buckingham Palace has been the official seat of British monarchs since 1837 and now it’s the world's largest royal palace. At present Buckingham Palace is also a place of state celebrations and official meetings of heads of state. For the British, the palace is one of the symbols of Great Britain.
The Tate Modern Gallery is located on the banks of the River Thames, formerly the Bankside Power Plant, now the National Museum of Contemporary Art in the United Kingdom. The transformation of the Power Station began in 1995.
Hyde Park is one of the few royal parks in London. It’s split in two by Lake Serpentine.
British Museum - today it has exhibits from prehistoric times to the present being the cross section of human civilization. The most popular are the Rosetta stone, the Parthenon sculpture, the Sutton Hoo treasure, the Mildenhall treasure and the Portland vase.
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum - a famous museum of wax figures from various fields of life, founded in 1835 by Marie Tussaud.
Visiting London can be a great adventure! Do not forget to visit restaurants, cafes and pubs in the city. They are known for their unique climate and quality of food. Have a great time!