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Buckingham Palace
London, United Kingdom SW1A 1AA

 020 7930 4832

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"Buckingham Palace-everybody visit this place, even though the Royal family and quinn never comes out :) ha"  See More

"You can't go in Buckingham Palace in April but you should at least wander by for a look."  See More

"There's a huge awareness of coeliac disease and gluten intolerance in the UK so you'll find gluten-free (and vegetarian and, increasingly often, vegan) options on almost every restaurant and cafe menu (plus allergy information) from the Wetherspoon's pub chain through ordinary pubs and casual restaurants to national restaurant chains and the more upmarket restaurants. London, inevitably, has a particularly huge range of eating places. Here are a couple of lists of the 'best' gluten-free places to eat in London: . :"  See More

"For great neighboorhood feel, we usually stay in Notting Hill and areas nearby like Fitzrovia or Marylebone Great walks in Hyde Park, The Regent's Park, and St James's Park Near Buckingham Palace and also near the museums (Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum (Stop N)) ."  See More

"If you're willing to splurge a little, the Stafford Hotel off Green Park is cozy and a 5 minute walk to Buckingham Palace."  See More

"If you take a walking tour, some of the things you might want to pass by are the Thames, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square."  See More

"3) Buckingham Palace This is a neat tour, perhaps not for too young?"  See More

"The local buses immediately around Heathrow are free (not the Hotel Hoppa). See the map !"  See More

"If you have already seen the touristy things: Tower Of London Buckingham Palace etc."  See More

"Walk through St James's Park Watch the Changing of the Horse Guards See Buckingham Palace Walk through Green Park Visit Fortnum & Mason (a fancy grocery store (apparently used by the Queen) with restaurants and a tea room."  See More

"Once you have your card then you can hop around the city and take in all the sights from Piccadilly Circus to Buckingham Palace (and Green Park) leading up to Hyde Park Corner."  See More

"The sights might look a little bleak, but there's still plenty of history to see like Nelson's Column at Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace Big Ben and the House Of Parliament."  See More

"If you get the No 11 bus from Victoria Station it will take you past many of the main sights such as Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, Horse Guards Parade, which is close to Buckingham Palace and St James's Park, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Old Bailey and Saint Paul's Cathedral, which isn't far from Tower Bridge."  See More

"g Buckingham Palace, Houses Of Parliament Shop, etc."  See More

"Changing of guard at Buckingham Palace."  See More

"Also, insider tip: When you set out to see Buckingham Palace, go early in the morning."  See More

"Buckingham PalaceBuckingham palace, Westminster Abbey, London Tower & The London Dungeon"  See More

"Wander around near Buckingham Palace, cross Westminster Bridge, and enjoy a coffee (and unique view) from 2 Love Tea & Coffee House (!"  See More

"Its only two stops from Clapham Junction railway station (trains pretty much every couple of minutes) to Victoria which leaves you within walking distance of Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, Westminster Abbey."  See More

"Just try to hit one museum (my vote is for either The British Museum or Tate Modern), one government/royal thing (Buckingham Palace or House of Parliament), one historical site (Churchill War Rooms or Westminster Abbey) and one outdoor spectacle (Big Ben or Trafalgar Square)."  See More

"The 'picture postcard' event of the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace often goes down well but I'd avoid any west end shopping streets such as Bond, Oxford and Regent street."  See More

"uk There's something for everybody in the city - all the popular attractions: Tower Of London, National Gallery, The British Museum, Tate Modern, London Eye, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Oxford St, Regent St, and Bond St, for shopping."  See More

"I would definitely check out Airbnb, look for female owners (as your travelling alone) and don't be afraid to check out areas that aren't in the centre, I particularly like Clapham area especially around Northcote Rd area for it's trendy but relaxed shopping and eating plus it's within walking distance of Clapham Junction station, 2 stops (ten minutes) to Victoria for Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral etc."  See More

"Buckingham Palace is also worth mentioning."  See More

"Culture - Buckingham Palace House Of Parliament, Tower Of London, Tower Bridge, Saint Paul's Cathedral, Swan at Shakespeare's Globe, Monument to the Great Fire of London"  See More

"Buckingham Palace is alright, if you go during the changing of the guard there are swarms of people which make is less enjoyable."  See More

"walk down The Mall and head to Buckingham Palace."  See More

"DAY 1 visit the House of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace,"  See More

"As for sighting, in London: Tower Of London (get a free tour with one of the Beefeaters- hilarious and informative--plus your kids will love this place--you can climb very tight spiral staircases), river cruise on the River Thames, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace with St James' Park (they will love all the birds and white pelicans), Big Ben/Parliament Square."  See More

"You can check online when the guard change happens in Buckingham Palace I think it's a nice thing to do with kids."  See More

"You'll want to take in Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square etc."  See More

"I'm a sucker for the royals, so I definitely think if you are there during the time they offer tours of Buckingham Palace you have to go."  See More

"I would spend spend 3 month traveling/hiking in Europe and I would visit Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Buckingham Palace Tower Bridge then go see Big Ben then Culzean Castle then Edinburgh then off to see Dublin then off to see the Brussels then the Matterhorn"  See More

"St James's Park Buckingham Palace Big Ben Green Park Bridge St London Eye M&M's World Chinatown Hard Rock Cafe London Good luck!"  See More

"Of course, walking past Buckingham Palace you might catch the Changing of the Guard at around 11."  See More

"You can always try to get reduced price tickets at the TKTS booth in Leicester Square Must sees should include Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, London Eye, Westminster Abbey, or just a walk down the River Thames"  See More

"The London Eye is a great experience, and it's great to see sights like Big Ben, the House Of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace."  See More

"Some of the highlights include Tower Of London, Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral and on and on!"  See More

"Head down Regent Street, and either hang a left to visit Trafalgar Square with Nelson's Column and the National Gallery, or a right to head along the Mall for a look at Buckingham Palace."  See More

"You'll see many major sites such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the The Shard, St Pauls, the Tower Bridge, and Tower Of London and will get a good feel for the City."  See More

"From Victoria to London Bridge, the walk takes about three hours (how long it took me when I walked it) and takes you past the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station and Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace are both short walks from the riverside."  See More

"Very close to Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, shopping, great food, etc."  See More

"The Tower Of London and the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace are must sees for me."  See More

"All of the museums in London are interesting depending on the subject matter that you enjoy, my personal favorites are the Victoria & Albert Museum for decorative arts, the Museum of London and most people like to stop by the The British MuseumYou might have a look at Buckingham Palace which opens just in the summer for visitors and also Houses of Parliament which open in the summer as well for visitors."  See More

"You're right near the much busier Hyde Park and The Serpentine Lido, Green Park, Buckingham Palace, and St James' Park."  See More

"Make sure you check out the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, the Churchill War Rooms, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and see a show on at the West End."  See More

"See the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, and listen to the weirdos at speakers corner in Hyde Park."  See More

"Close to Harrods, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park."  See More

"I went to Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Tower Of London, Westminster Abbey, Thames River Boats, Big Ben, Mephisto Picadilly Circus and a few other places all without having to pay a dime outside of my London Pass."  See More

"You can do all of the normal touristy sights - Buckingham Palace, Tower Of London, Westminster Abbey etc."  See More

"You can go see many of the sights for free (there is only a charge to enter and honestly the outside of the buildings are generally the most interesting part): Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, House Of Parliament, Tower Of London, Olympic Park, etc."  See More

"I hear the Buckingham Palace is worth checking out too."  See More

"Buckingham Palace–OK, this is a little obvious, but I thought I’d mention it."  See More

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