A Guide to the City’s Royal Palaces, Monuments, and Attractions

A Guide to the City's Royal Palaces, Monuments, and Attractions

London is one of the most iconic cities in the world, and its architecture and monuments are known around the globe. The city’s skyline is lined with centuries-old churches, grand palaces, and towering bridges. To truly experience it all, the best way to see the sights is on foot. Luckily for visitors, London offers a variety of walking tours that make exploring this amazing city easy and accessible. From exploring royal palaces to strolling along picturesque canals, there are walks that cover all of London’s attractions. To be able to do these special walks designed around the royal attractions of London book yourself a hotel near the Oxford Street of London. Stating central will keep you close to all the main attractions.

For starters, there are two wonderful guided walk experiences – The Royal Palaces Walk and The Tower of London Walk – which will introduce you to some of London’s majestic royal residences. On these walks you’ll come face-to-face with some of the most well-known landmarks.

One of the most popular walking tours in London covers some of its famous royal palaces. These include Buckingham Palace – home to Britain’s monarchs and the late Queen of England – as well as Kensington Palace – home to Britain’s late Princess Diana – and Hampton Court Palace – built by King Henry VIII over 500 years ago. This tour takes visitors through some of London’s oldest streets while giving them fascinating insights into British history. Along the way, they will visit many other places like St James’s Park which was once a private hunting ground for kings; Trafalgar Square where soldiers used to muster for battle; and Westminster Abbey where every British monarch since 1066 has been crowned. You can learn so much about the rich history of this country just by walking and to keep it all at a walking distance make sure you book yourself  a stay in the centrally located Bayswater Inn of London.

Another popular walking tour in London covers some of its famous monuments and landmarks including Big Ben, Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square; Westminster Bridge crossing over the Thames; Tower Bridge– one of London’s most recognizable bridge structures; and St Paul’s Cathedral– one of Europe’s most impressive religious buildings. There are also many statues along this tour such as Eros at Piccadilly Circus or the Tower Hill Memorial commemorating those who lost their lives during World War I & II. This tour will also take you past some great eateries like Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Pub which has been serving customers since 1667!

If you’d prefer a more leisurely pace while still being able to take in all of London’s sights, then there are plenty of canal walks available too! These scenic routes allow visitors to explore areas not accessible by car or train while passing several parks including Regent’s Park with over 400 acres of meadows & gardens; Little Venice near Paddington Station with its winding canalside paths; and even Camden Lock Market which features vibrant street art along with food stalls selling tasty treats from around the world! For the leisurely walks book yourself a hotel near Bayswater Road in London, that gives you easy access to many such places.

For culture vultures there are plenty of opportunities too! Why not discover Britain’s rich literary heritage by taking a Literary Walk around Bloomsbury – home to Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes and Charles Dickens; or go catch a glimpse inside some historic theatres such as Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre or The Old Vic theatre? And if that doesn’t satisfy your hunger for culture then perhaps a leisurely walk along Oxford Street will do just fine! Here you’ll find an array of shops selling everything imaginable from top designer labels to delicious local treats – perfect for those looking for a bit more variety on their travels!

Finally, for something out-of-the-ordinary there are walks dedicated to movie locations as well as literary tours spotlighting works from authors such as JK Rowling or Agatha Christie. For those who want a bit more adventure there is even an exploration walk that allows participants to discover hidden lanes & courtyards located off bustling city streets! Or simply take a walk in one of the royal parks of London and book a hotel near Hyde Park. All these walks provide a unique experience for anyone looking for an immersive discovery tour around one of the greatest cities on earth – London!