Nowadays, London day trips are extremely popular with tourists. Focusing on the most famous sight of the capital, they provide you a chance to more about the history and culture of the city. Currently London day trips are offered by the majority of travel companies worldwide. Although, it is almost impossible to visit all of the sights in one day, the travel guides will place high priority on the city's best highlights, leaving you with a fond memory of the journey that you took and give you expectations of your trips in the future. During the excursions in London, you'll discover that the city is a mix of rich museums, unique attractions, prominent historical sites, and famous pubs.
All of the London day trips are designed to offer as much as possible of London's majesty. The majority of them start with Buckingham Palace, the home of the Royal Family since the 1800s. From this area you can see the Mall and Trafalgar Square with its grand Nelson's Column. The National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery are other prominent sites in this area. There are many historical landmarks in London. Some of them are: The Hoses of Parliament, the Seats of the Commons and the Lords, which has been there since 1834; there is also Big Ben, which is considered the largest clock in the country and the most popular tourist attraction. The tours of the Houses of Parliament include the House of Commons and the House of Lords, Central Lobby, and Westminster Hall. The Royal Gallery, Victoria Tower and the Prince's chamber can be seen too.
Whenever you look for modern entertainment, visit Piccadilly Circus, known as the Times Square of London. With its numerous shops, theatres, and neon lights, Piccadilly Circus is one of the most popular sites in the city. London has a variety of museums to visit, including the prominent British Museum that contains 2.5 miles of galleries; these include the Science Museum and the National History Museum that is suitable for all ages. There is also the Victoria and Albert Museum and other museums. More than two million people come to Madame Tossurd's and London Planetarium to see famous wax figures of royalty, pop stars, politicians, and actors. They are represented in exhibits labeled "Two Hundred Years of Madame Trossurd's", "The Garden Party", "The Spirit of London", and "Hollywood Legends." The Royalty Room features the figures of Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Diana. The music Room has the figures Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Hendrix, Michael Jackson, and Elton John. You can also take pictures with celebrities like Bill Clinton, The Dalai Lama, and Pope John Paul. The London Planetarium is a wonderful addition to the wax museum. First the visitors are offered an intergalactic journey to the Space Zone and the Planet Zone then, they can go to the Planetary Quest. Those who are interested in the historical past of the country and the destiny of many British Kings and Queens can take a 90 minute tour of the Tower of London, which was originally a prison and now is a historical museum. London day trips are also helpful in getting more knowledge of the past and the present of the country and its outstanding personalities.