Westminster Palace

Westminster Palace was built by architects Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin in the Neo-Gothic style. It is home to the Parliament of the United Kingdom. This impressive, thousand-room palace was initially conceived to serve as a royal residence.

The Elizabeth Tower, better known as Big Ben, and the Palace of Westminster are some of the most renowned buildings in the city.

Buckingham Palace

The official residence of the British monarchy in London. Buckingham Palace is an essential landmark within the treasures of the city of London and is one of the most well-known buildings in the world.

The palace accommodates the royal art collection composed of splendid pieces, particularly works by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Canaletto. Visitors can also attend the famous Changing of the Queen's Guard.

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is a very well-liked place by both locals and tourists. Close to the shopping and commercial area, this square is known for its huge video screens and its neon signs.

Also, Picadilly Circus is near a myriad of tourist attractions like Shaftesbury Memorial, The Criterion Theatre and the London Pavilion.



The Lord Mayor's Show

The Lord Mayor's Show

14th november

The newly elected Lord Mayor of London has travelled from the City of London to Westminster to pledge allegiance to the Crown.

British Museum

British Museum

All year

Enter the British Museum and walk through history. This museum is known worldwide for the mummies room, a part of its ancient Egypt’s collection. Admission is free.


On the banks of the Seine, the majesty of Paris is unveiled. The magic of its emblematic and historic sites will immerse you in the capital’s history as you enjoy all the charm and romanticism the city has to offer.​