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London is the capital of the United Kingdom, as well as its largest city. Once a large Roman settlement known as Londinium some two thousand years ago, it is now a global city which represents the center of many large industries, as well as one of the world’s centers of finance and culture, and the most visited city anywhere on the planet. London is truly a cultural paradise and a unique destination for any traveler. Take our 2015 London sightseeing tours and activities now for the best way to enjoy this incredible city.

Start your trip to London right with a London Pass, giving you free entrance to 67 of London’s best tourist destinations. Use your Pass, a smart card, to simply tap your way through the entrances of iconic sites like the Tower of London, a great castle on the northern river banks of the Thames. See the Cartoon Museum, which chronicles British cartoons over the years as it exhibits over 5000 books and 4000 comics. See Kensington Palace, where the Royal Family resides. Use a free guidebook over 160 pages in length to familiarize yourself with great places to go and things to do. With your Pass, purchase an Oyster Card, a cheap travel pass that works with most mode of public transportations across the capital, such as the Tube, DLR, or various tram lines. Your London Pass also comes with a free Hop On Hop Off bus tour ticket, that will let you explore the city’s finest attractions in your own time from an open-top double decker bus.

Pay a visit to the amazing Stonehenge and spend two hours at one of the most famous World Heritage Sites. Forty-ton rocks have stood here for five thousand years, and theories about their purpose range from astronomical calendars to religious temples. You can also visit the new visitor center in the Stonehenge area, with a museum of permanent and temporary exhibitions, a shop, and a café. You can even watch a virtual sunrise soar over the stones.

Fans of the show Downton Abbey can take a day trip to the shooting locations of the show. Visit Highclere Castle and Bampton Village, where interior scenes and exterior village shots respectively were filmed. Grab an autographed copy of the biography of Lady Carnarvon, along with other memorabilia like cards, mugs, and books about filming. See Lancelot “Capability” Brown’s work on the park lands in the area, as well as the grounds on Blenheim Palace.

End any day with a trip to the beautiful London Eye, from which you can get a spectacular view of the city’s skyline and its monuments and landmarks. Skip the line at the observation wheel, and have a London Eye 4D experience, where multi-sensory effects immerse you in a lovely show of the city. Touchscreen tablets let you interact with and explore the landmarks of London from this amazing vantage point.

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