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3 Places With The Best Views In London

London is one of the most cosmopolitan and trendy cities in Europe. Everyone wants to catch a good glimpse of the city.

London is one of the most cosmopolitan and trendy cities in Europe. Everyone wants to catch a good glimpse of the city. But many ask, which ones are the best places to catch a good picture of the city? Luckily for you dear viewer we present here 3 of the places with the best views in London.

London Eye

Right next to the Houses of Parliament in South Bank you can find the London Eye. Its peculiar pods will give you that intimacy to look around the city however you want. You can accompany this with the best company and with those views you take the best Instagram pictures you can from the city. So enjoy and relax on this magnificent ferris wheel ride.

London Tower Bridge

London Tower Bridge is one of the most historical landmarks in the city. Situated between Tower of London and the City Hall you can get some magnific views of the St Paul’s Cathedral. But also you can take a glimpse of how the city breathes below you as you can see the live traffic and pedestrians moving below you in this transparent crystal.

The View From The Shard

The undisputable tallest building in the city of London had to make its presence in this list. The Shard is situated right outside of London Bridge Station which makes it a very convenient place to travel to from any part of the city. From here you can feel like an eagle with its 360 views you won’t miss anything that the city can offer you. So bring your best camera to get the best aerial shots of the city. You will become the envy of your peers when you show how high you reached.

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