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Exploring London Eye

This giant observation wheel has turned into a very popular tourist attraction. Located in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank, the 135 meter(443ft) tall structure was built as part of London's millennium celebrations.

Accommodations near London Eye

London caters for every type of traveler from budget backpackers to high-brow hunters. Choose from a wide selection of stays, from classic British hotels to quirky boutiques, inexpensive hostels to serviced apartments. Whatever you decide upon, however, you aren’t likely to spend much time locked up indoors as London’s busy streets will beckon you away. Some options include Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, Park Plaza County Hall London and Marriott London County Hall.

Sightseeing near London Eye

- Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament, also known as the Palace of Westminster, is the seat of the two parliamentary houses of the United Kingdom: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. In the middle of the eleventh century, King Edward the Confessor had moved his court to the Palace of Westminster, situated on a central site near the river Thames. In 1265 a parliament was created with two houses: the Lords and the Commons. The House of Lords met at the Palace of Westminster while the House of Commons did not have a permanent location. After King Henry VIII moved his court to Whitehall Palace in 1530, the House of Lords continued to meet in Westminster. In 1547 the House of Commons also moved here, confirming Westminster as the central seat of government, a position it still holds today.

- Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, located near the Houses of Parliament, is more a historical site than a religious site. Since 1066 every royal coronation, with the exception of Edward V and Edward VIII has taken place in this church. The abbey also serves as the burial ground for numerous politicians, sovereigns and artists. The abbey is stuffed with tombs, statues and monuments. Many coffins even stand upright due to the lack of space. In total approximately 3300 people are buried in the church and cloisters. Some of the most famous are Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton and David Livingstone.

Transportation near London Eye

Located in the Jubilee Gardens, you can get here by stopping at Waterloo (Northern, Jubilee, Bakerloo) or Westminster (Circle, District, Jubilee).

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