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About the county of Greater LondonGreater London is not only a County full of interesting towns and villages, it is also home to England's capital city, 'London'. Covering such a vast area and encompassing what used to be Middlesex and even parts of Surrey, Greater London has countless places of interest and 'must see' attractions to visit. Starting with The Queen of England's official London residence 'Buckingham Palace', parts of which are open to visitors. 'Kew Gardens' is a popular tourist attraction, a place of such natural beauty covering three hundred acres. The clock tower 'Big Ben' a famous London landmark which stands an amazing 316ft. high. Other fascinating places of interest include: 'Downing Street', home of the British Prime Minister. 'Marble Arch', built in 1828. The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Catherdral and one of Londons most recent tourist attractions is the 'London Eye', the world's highest observation wheel.
See our recommended Greater London towns and villages below, along with our listed Greater London attractions, and Greater London hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Greater London
In common with most of this region the history of Downe reaches down the centuries to the days of the Romans and William the Conqueror...
Ealing is a thriving place which is now hugely cosmopolitan and has a wide range of multi-cultural offerings...
The attractive suburb of Eltham is part of the urban sprawl of Greater London...
This area of London is known throughout the world as the scene of London's biggest annual street party...All Greater London towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Greater London
Big Ben is famous the world over for being the giant four faced clock in London, England, but infact its not the name of the.....
Opened in 1952, Holland Park is the most romantic of all the London Parks with one of the main features being the Kyoto Japanese.....
Marble Arch was was designed by John Nash and purpose built in 1828 to be the grand entrance to Buckingham Palace. It is.....
The Science Museum, situated in South Kensington, first opened in 1857 and holds the world's largest collection illustrating both.....All Greater London AttractionsCastles in Greater LondonGreater London Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Greater London Articles
Random England fact:
The poet Matthew Arnold was the person who first called Oxford the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ in his poem 'Thyrsis' which was written in December of 1865.
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