10 Beautiful Places to Visit in London

5 Beautiful Places to Visit in London

There is plenty of competition when fighting for the attention of travelers as they prepare for their next trip, and London is often near the top of many people’s bucket lists. It has something for everyone, from well-known tourist hotspots to the hidden gems within this wonderfully diverse city. LWOS Life has decided to bring you five beautiful places in London to visit regardless of the time of year.

Beautiful Places to Visit in London

5 Beautiful Places in London: Notting Hill

Notting Hill has been a hub for multi-culturalism for many years, and despite it changing massively since the 90s, it is arguably more popular than ever. During the 80s and 90s, Portobello market was a hub for bargains, Reggae music, and a real taste of London, which saw Richard Curtis choose there as the location for his film Notting Hill.

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The pastel-colored houses in the area with the vintage cars out front are a haven for tourist photos, as is the bookshop from the film Notting Hill.

The London Eye

The London Eye is a must-visit for anyone traveling to the UK. Yes, the queues will be sizeable most of the year, but there is a reason why it’s so popular. The views are amazing – and on a clear enough day – you can see as far as Windsor Castle.

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It’s also a beautiful way to watch the sun go down over the Houses of Parliament. It’s almost admired by the many thousands of people walking over Westminster Bridge on a daily basis.

St. James’ Park

St. James’ Park is a must-visit for tourists and anyone living in or around the area. It’s visited by millions of people every year from all around the world and is the oldest of London’s eight Royal Parks.

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It’s a beautiful place, especially when the weather is nice. The park is surrounded by some of the capital’s most memorable landmarks, such as Buckingham Palace. Add it to your list – you won’t regret it.

Primrose Hill

While visiting London, if you fancy a relaxing stroll, Primrose Hill is a must-visit. Located in the Borough of Camden, it consists of beautiful pastel-colored townhouses – with quaint cafes, delis, and pubs.

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It is located on the northern side of Regent’s Park and is perfect for a leisurely walk, enjoying the sun. If you want amazing views, Primrose Hill is a necessity. Our tip is to visit on weekdays – if you desire a quieter experience.


Who doesn’t know Harrods? But have you been? Located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, afternoon tea at Harrods is a wonderful experience – and a great opportunity to spoil that special someone in your life. They offer a range of deals on tea and lunch.

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After walking around the various collections, what better way to unwind than to indulge in tea or lunch inside the Harrods tea rooms – with and marvel at the beautiful interior. It really is an unforgettable experience and one we would highly recommend.

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