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London is difficult to describe. You should therefore take the time to visit and sample the atmosphere of this trendy capital.
In addition to the many pubs and football stadiums, London also has a large number of cultural attractions and sights. Let’s start with the Big Ben, a tower with a magnificent clock that is one of the characteristic sights of London. The London skyline also offers views of the Tower Bridge, the Millennium Dome and the London Eye, world's biggest observation wheel at 135 m high.
Other tourist attractions include Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, the London Dungeon and Buckingham Palace. You can wander among restaurants, market stalls and little shops in Covent Garden, which is one of London’s most attractive squares. If you want to buy souvenirs, we recommend a visit to Harrods. Don’t forget to go and see one of the great musicals showing in London’s West End and have a look at Trafalgar Square, one of the city’s most vibrant open spaces, used for a range of activities, as special events, celebrations, filming, photography, rallies and demonstrations.
Visiting the tennis court of Wimbledon is a must for sports fanatics. Want to see one of the matches of this legendary Grand Slam championship? Then you're in luck because Wimbledon is one of the few UK sport events that still offers a limited amount of tickets on opening day! The Queue for this year's tournament starts on 28 June 2015 at 8AM. So get up early, cross your fingers and start queuing!