The Royal Parks of London

An urban area the size of London with approximately 7.5 million residents and nearly that many again in the surrounding areas isn’t normally considered a place you will find a lot of open spaces. As the most populated city in the European Union, you might think they would use all of their available space to house people. London’s Royal Parks, however, are 5,000 acres of historic parkland providing unparalleled opportunities for enjoyment. While London has many parks and open spaces, The Royal Parks are in prime locations, and are the largest on average.

Buckingham Palace London

Buckingham Palace serves as the official London residence of Britain’s king since 1837 and now it is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. Also in use for the various official events as well as receptions held by the Queen. The State Rooms are open for tourists at Buckingham Palace every year.

London Big Ben Great Bell

London top landmarks

The following article will attempt to look into a few of the many landmarks in and around the city of London. Some of these are well known, and some not so well known. While residents will be familiar with these, not all visitors will be as familiar or have an idea of the history housed within these great structures.