If you are coming to London Those are the Places You definitely should visit. This is the Part II and there is more in part one that you can read here
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Now Back to the Visits!
Coming out of the West End, toward the Whitehall and Westminster, it is the building of Parliament and Big Ben, one of the most beautiful architectonic complex of the city, especially at night! The building of the Parliament, the House of Lords and the House of Commons, is the Legislative Assembly of Great Britain, around Westminster Hall, built in the 11th century by King Canute.
Is the official residence of the Royal Family since 1837. Imponent and majestic, it is possible to visit some wings of the palace, where they are used for receptions and official events. If you have lots of luck in June don’t miss the parade of coaches with the Queen Elizabeth and the Royal family, in commemoration of his birthday as a “stop”. Between July to September are allowed visits to Buckingham Palace and it is unforgettable! (Between Green Park and St. James’s Park, Green Park tube). Official Site
Everyone wants to see the changing of the guard! If you have been to London and didn’t see it, well … then you did not come to London! From Trafalgar Square to The Mall, is the long-awaited exchange well forward to Buckingham Palace, residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The changing of the guard takes place daily, during the summer, the 11h30h, except on rainy days.… Read Everything!