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London Attractions Tickets

You have friends visiting from abroad, and of course you have to show them around. After all, you live in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. The sightseeing places in London can be visited as and when, but you need to book tickets for some of the famous landmarks, attractions and shows in advance.

You have friends visiting from abroad, and of course you have to show them around. After all, you live in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. The sightseeing places in London can be visited as and when, but you need to book tickets for some of the famous landmarks, attractions and shows in advance. Just so that you can plan other things around it and make sure nothing is omitted. Finding London attractions tickets is fairly easy through online portals. But where should you look? Well, try any of the official ticketing websites online for the best possible prices and special offers. A majority of these websites are comprehensive and provide a range of options from theatre play tickets to cruises on the river for the whole group to enjoy.

Some of the most popular attractions in the city include the London Eye, Madame Tussauds, and London Dungeon.

London Eye – Located on the bank of the River Thames near Waterloo Station, the London Eye is the world’s tallest and biggest observation wheel. At 135 metres in height and 2100 tonnes in weight, it consists of 32 high-tech glass capsules that take approximately half an hour to make one full circle and give you a splendid 25 mile panoramic view of the city and its many landmarks such as the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. It is visited by over 3.5 million people each year and has become somewhat of a symbol of modern Britain. The amazing structure has won over 75 awards for national and international tourism, making it a must-see for any visitor. The London Eye is also known as the Millenium Wheel and is open daily from 10 am to 8 pm, and till 9 pm from June to September.

Madame Tussauds – The Madame Tussauds in London has over 300 wax figures, fourteen interactive zones and a brand new Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience centre. It is a one of its kind experience that is not to be missed. Open everyday from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm, with weekend hours of 9am to 6 pm.

London Dungeon – Packed with live actors, shows, rides and interactive special effects, the London Dungeon provides a unique experience for every individual. Taking about 90 minutes to see, the thrills and chills come from witnessing events based on the Capital’s history.

Other London attractions tickets sold on official ticketing websites include the Evening Dinner Cruise, the Classic Lunch Cruise, and the afternoon Tea Cruise. Such cruises are thoroughly enjoyable and come highly recommended by tourists that relish the best. Also, do not miss out on the world-class theatre scene in the city. Simply pick a show on the ticketing site to witness the magnificence and glory of a live theatre performance.
 



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