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London Landmarks

london landmarks

If you are visiting the UK from abroad, we can help. We can offer you just the right level of location support, from as simple as a driver with a minibus to a complete production service.

Here's a selection of London landmark locations, with some helpful advice:


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Trafalgar Square
Central London
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Trafalgar Square is a large paved public area famed world-over as one of London's main focal points. It is dominated by Nelson's Column, 167 feet high.

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Piccadilly Circus
Central London
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Piccadilly Circus lies at the heart of London's West End, the entertainment centre of the city dominated by theatres, cinemas and restaurants.

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Houses of Parliament
Central London
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The Palace of Westminster is a victorian gothic construction dominated by the clock tower which is commonly named Big Ben.

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Albert Embankment
South East London
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The Albert Embankment is a riverside walkway that runs north-south opposite the Houses of Parliament.

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Tower Bridge
South East London
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Tower Bridge has stood on the Thames since 1894 and is one of the most recognised (and photographed!) bridges in the world.

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Millennium Wheel
South East London
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The Millennium Wheel, also known as the London Eye, soars 135 metres above central London, offering stunning views of the city.

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Chelsea Bridge
South West London
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Chelsea Bridge was built in the 1930's, and runs north-south across the Thames.

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Tate Modern
South East London
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Showpiece modern art gallery built into the shell of a thirties power station, the Tate Modern boasts outstanding interior spaces and stunning views of St Pauls and the City of London.

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Abbey Road
North London
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Pedestrian crossing in north London which was immortalised by the Beatles when they used it for the cover of their 1969 album Abbey Road.

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Royal Albert Hall
South West London
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Arts venue and major London concert hall, built in 1871, with a capacity for 7,000.

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