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London Hotspots

The top 10 sites in London

London Hotspots

The 10 Hotspots that the guidebooks put at the top of their lists. They are all there: from Big Ben, to Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London.
They give you a good idea of the London story and each one is a gem that you will take home to treasure. Give yourself time to savour the pleasures of each one.

London Hotspots

5. Westminster Abbey

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots

London Hotspots


Hotspot Locations

Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden, The Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, The London Eye, The River Thames, The Tate Modern, St.Paul’s Cathedral


Visitors' Comments (4 comments)

chauffeur service london says:
Tuesday 13rd Aug 13

London

Really,London is always a memorable experience of all times.There are a few stunning historical destinations in London, that you wouldn’t want to miss.

StrollOn says:
Tuesday 31st Mar 09

Dylan,

There are a number of Medieval Hotspots in London, all of which are worth a visit. Sadly there are only a couple of buildings that were actually around during the Medieval period, one of which is the Tower of London and the other is Westminster Abbey. After you've been to the Tower you could nip across Tower Bridge and have yourself an olde pint of ale at the George Inn on Borough High Street, Southwark. This is the most famous surviving medieval Pub in London.

And if you're looking for something a little bit more lively and hands on then you should head to the Medieval Banquet in St.Katherine's Dock, again just next to the Tower of London. It's a very amusing night out, with beer maidens, wandering minstrels and the odd strong man all adding to the experience. Although late, I hope that you find this response useful...

Dylan Welch says:
Friday 13rd Mar 09

The sites

Ummm...could you help me out and tell me some medieval hot spots of back then in london? Thank you very uch and please get back to me...

StrollOn replied on Tuesday 31st Mar 09:

Dylan,

There are a number of Medieval Hotspots in London, all of which are worth a visit. Sadly there are only a couple of buildings that were actually around during the Medieval period, one of which is the Tower of London and the other is Westminster Abbey. After you've been to the Tower you could nip across Tower Bridge and have yourself an olde pint of ale at the George Inn on Borough High Street, Southwark. This is the most famous surviving medieval Pub in London.

And if you're looking for something a little bit more lively and hands on then you should head to the Medieval Banquet in St.Katherine's Dock, again just next to the Tower of London. It's a very amusing night out, with beer maidens, wandering minstrels and the odd strong man all adding to the experience. Although late, I hope that you find this response useful...

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