From simple light bulbs to gigantic neon signs, digital projectors, and LEDs, the Piccadilly lights have seen numerous technological advancements over the decades. It’s an unmissable landmark for millions of people that pass through Piccadilly Circus every year.
Known for its hustle and bustle, London is a city that never sleeps. With gothic grandeur, vibrant culture, and a plethora of international cuisines, London oozes magic. It's a city of innovative ideas and free thinkers with larger-than-life imaginations.
The world’s first domed amphitheatre houses more than just concerts; you can also enjoy a music-themed afternoon tea or dine at one of the venue's fabled restaurants. If you're a music fanatic, this attraction is a must-visit site for you.
Standing at a whopping 180 metres tall, the Gherkin, officially referred to as 30 St. Mary Axe, is London's first environmental skyscraper. It's an instantly recognizable silhouette gracing the skyline of the city, and has made quite the impact in defining the city’s architecture in the 21st century.
One of England's most iconic structures, the Tower of London is a world-famous monument. The massive white tower's history dates back to that of the early Norman era and symbolizes their power to this day.