Following the Royal Family path
London not only gathers most of the places related to the history of the Royal Family but also the greatest palaces. All these places are essential visits of the city.
Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth. The Changing of the Guard - at 11:30 am each day - is its main tourist attraction, but the State Rooms can be visited as well during summer months.
In the Fortress of the Tower of London, you can find the crown jewels, in addition to the beefeaters with their colourful uniform, crowds of crows and a few stories of fear.
To visit the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, it is necessary to go to Kensington Palace. Both the state rooms and special exhibitions can be visited.
But not everything is castles, palaces and towers in London. The Westminster Abbey is also intimately linked to Royal Family. Coronation ceremonies and royal weddings haven been celebrated here for centuries.
On the other hand, Hyde Park is one of the eight royal parks in London. This unique memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales, is located close to its lake.
Tower Red Tour Stops:
Tower Hill, nº 74 https://london.city-tour.com/en/tourist-bus-routes-london/tower-red-tour/tower-hill
Hyde Park, nº 79 https://london.city-tour.com/en/tourist-bus-routes-london/tower-red-tour/piccadilly-hyde-park-corner
Buckingham Palace nº 80 https://london.city-tour.com/en/tourist-bus-routes-london/tower-red-tour/buckingham-palace-road-royal-mews
Westminster Abbey, nº81 https://london.city-tour.com/en/tourist-bus-routes-london/tower-red-tour/victoria-street-westminster-abbey