Top places in London
Tower bridge and the tower of London
Tower Bridge is one of the best bridges over the river Thames. Next to the bridge is the Tower of London, the best medieval castle in Britain! Tourists go to see them because it's great seing something medieval in the centre of London.
Big Ben and the London Eye
Big Ben is a clock tower. It is very tall (93 m) and old (more than 150 years). It is a traditional symbol of London so tourists usually go to see it but it's always a bit cloudy. The London Eye, the enormous observation wheel, is the icon of the new millennium! It is 135 metres tall and the view from the top is fantastic; the only problem is that it's full of tourists which want to see London from there so everybody has to wait a little bit.
The Natural History Museum and Madame Tussauds
These are everybody's favourite museums in London. In the Natural History Museum the dinosaurs are really impressive and at Madame Tussauds the models of the celebrities are great fun. Some months ago they put in Madame Tussaud's a statue of Zayn Malik which was part of One Direction's band and next to him they put some tissuses because Directioners cry a lot when they see the statue
Covent Garden and Hyde Park
Covent Garden is a square with shops, market stalls, cafés and restaurants, street artists and music. It is a great place for shopping! In summer the best place for sport and picnics is Hyde Park. It is a green oasis in the centre of the city.