When you decide to take a break from your yoga sessions, to find some nice place to meditate in a London Calling style, these are just some recommendations where to take great photos.
Tower of London
The Tower of London is one of the most famous buildings in the world. It is more than 900 years old and is composed of prison, place of execution, royal palace, jewel, arsenal house and a zoo! It is an amazing medieval tower with a marvelous interior design.
It is the residence of the reigning monarch of the UK and their administrative headquarters. It is located in Westminster and was built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham. It has 775 rooms and its garden is the largest garden in London.
Nothing compares to the view and watching the sunset at the 135 meters tall ferry. It is the highest ferry in Europe and definitively one of the top paid sights in London. It was completed in 2000 and is also called the Millennium Wheel and the Coca-Cola London Eye.
St Paul’s Cathedral
Probably one of the most spectacular, monumental and iconic buildings in London, it is located in the city center and it is an Anglican cathedral. It was finished in 1711 and designed by Sir Christopher Wren in English Baroque style.
The Big Ben
The Big Ben is the iconic symbol of London. It is the largest and the most famous four-faced chiming clock of that type in the world. The Big Ben is the official name, which was given to the massive bell inside the clock tower. The bell weighs more than 13 tons! Each dial is actually, seven meters in diameter, the minute hands are around 4.2 meters long and weigh about 100 kg. The clock has rarely stopped and has survived the bombing of Commons chamber in WWII.