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    • 9.4
      Palace
      Hampton Court Rd, Hampton
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      • Holly M.

        Holly M. • October 14, 2014This is the most amazing palace! It is totally worth to see! The audio guide was fascinating and engaging.The cafe food pricey.This was easy to get to from central London.

    • 9.0
      Palace
      Buckingham Palace Rd, London
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      • Matt T.

        Matt T. • August 20, 2015Visit to the state rooms was well worth the entrance fee. Quite crowded but that's to be expected for such an amazing and historic site. Audio guide is free and pretty good.

    • 9.4
      Garden
      Buckingham Palace Rd, London
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      • Steve M.

        Steve M. • May 14, 2012If you come to London you must visit Buckingham Palace and the gardens.

    • 8.7
      Theater
      109-113 Shaftesbury Ave, London
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    • 8.7
      Palace
      Kensington Gardens, Kensington
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      • Meaghan H.

        Meaghan H. • May 11Beautiful location and great chambers to explore. Right now it has the Diana exhibit as well!

    • 8.7
      Chinese££££View Menu
      5-9 Glentworth St, London
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    • 7.6
      Palace
      St James's Palace, London
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      • Dave M.

        Dave M. • September 12, 2015This former home of the Queen's mother shares the palace gardens, adjoined to St. Jame's palace.

    • 8.6
      Palace
      Marlborough Rd., City of Westminster
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      • Abu Aya a.

        Abu Aya a. • March 20, 2016Great architecture in the heart of London

    • 8.5
      Historic Site
      Bishop's Ave., London
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      • Priya T.

        Priya T. • August 5, 2015Just beautiful. Enjoy a picnic or walk. There's a cafe on the grounds too. And it's right along the river.

    • 8.4
      Landmark
      Clink St, London
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    • 8.5
      Theater
      12 Palace St, London
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      • Bernardita Y.

        Bernardita Y. • March 23, 2016Walk by Buckingham Palace afterward!

    • 8.7
      Historic Site
      Buckingham Palace Rd, London
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      • Thaís N.

        Thaís N. • July 23, 2011Totally worth a visit! The palace is incredibly beautiful and the Royal Wedding exhibition made the whole experience even more special :)

    • 8.2
      Theater
      Victoria Street, London
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      • Mei C.

        Mei C. • February 1, 2011Watched Billy Elliot and it was amazing! you can walk to Buckingham Palace which is just behind.

    • 8.0
      Nail Salon
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      • Imogen C.

        Imogen C. • January 1, 2016Fantastic. Cannot recommend enough. Appearances can be deceiving and this is for sure with their shop front, go in for a spa treatment downstairs, amazing!

    • 7.4
      Tea Room££££
      12a Covent Garden Market (The Piazza), London
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      • Alex N.

        Alex N. • August 8, 2014Wonderful selection of teas and infusions. Try Midsummer Mango, freshing and satisfying.

    • 7.5
      Hotel
      39 Buckingham Palace Rd, London
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    • 7.1
      Palace
      Lambeth Palace Rd, London
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      • HISTORY UK

        HISTORY UK • January 17, 2011The official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury since the 1200’s. The Lollard Tower was a prison for suspected heretics in the 16th century, and their graffiti can still be seen.

    • 7.0
      Gift Shop
      7 Buckingham Palace Rd, London
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      • Arwa F.

        Arwa F. • November 4, 2015All made in china. Very British

    • 6.7
      Apparel
      26 Brewer Street (Soho)
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      • Kim P.

        Kim P. • December 5, 2016Fuckboi central and I ain't even mad about it

    • 6.6
      Garden
      London
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      • Boris R.

        Boris R. • February 20, 2014GTA V is great here. And skyrim.

    • 8.9
      Historic Site
      Court Rd, Eltham
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      • Louis Vuitton

        Louis Vuitton • May 20, 2010This glamorous Art Deco London showpiece as built in 1936, next to the remains of a medieval royal palace, and surrounded by 19 acres of garden. A striking visit!

    • 9.3
      Historic Site
      King William Walk, London
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      • Filmsquare

        Filmsquare • November 24, 2013The West gate of the Royal Naval College was used as a double for the gates of Buckingham Palace for a scene in National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007) as Ben and Abigail look for the Resolute Desk.

    • 8.8
      Historic Site
      Palace of Westminster, London
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      • HISTORY UK

        HISTORY UK • February 14, 2011This is the oldest part of Westminster Palace, built for William II in 1097. This was the meeting place for medieval parliaments and courts, and is where Charles I was put on trial in 1649.

    • 9.2
      Historic Site
      0', London
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      • Philippe W.

        Philippe W. • September 8, 2015Awesome location with nice view over docklands and Canary Wharf

    • 9.6
      Landmark
      Parliament Sq (Bridge St), London
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      • David C.

        David C. • January 14One of the most popular attractions in London, definitely worth visiting! Do take a walk along Westminster Bridge to get a nice view on the clock tower as well as the adjacent Palace of Westminster.

    • 9.1
      Plaza
      The Household Division (Horse Guards Rd), London
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      • Roy C.

        Roy C. • July 16, 2016Pretty easy to get a good spot since everyone is more focused at the palace.

    • 9.1
      Concert HallView Prices
      Alexandra Palace Way, London
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      • Martin T.

        Martin T. • May 20, 201231 July: Go for a walk around the Palace and grounds, host to exhibitions and concerts, a pitch-and-putt golf course, a garden centre, a boating lake and a deer enclosure.

    • 9.0
      Landmark
      Oxford St (at Park Ln), City of Westminster
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      • HISTORY UK

        HISTORY UK • February 10, 2011Sculpted from Italian marble and based on the Arch of Constantine in Rome, this was built in 1827 as the entrance to Buckingham Palace. It was moved here in 1851 when the palace was enlarged.

    • 6.3
      HotelView Prices
      372 Strand, London
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    • 8.5
      Landmark
      Monument St (at Fish St Hill), London
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      • Norman M.

        Norman M. • September 14, 2013London's history can be found in the most surprising locations, just like here. The views from the top when not mega-busy are superb, but bear in mind the climb will completely knacker you. Love it!

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