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Have been dreaming about visiting the birthplace of the royal family? Head to London for some well-deserved R&R! Behind the wheel of your new buy-back rental vehicle, tour the city without having to worry about public transportation schedules. Enjoy true freedom!

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Is this your first visit to London? Why not begin with the Coca Cola London Eye Ferris wheel, also known as the Millennium Wheel? Installed for millennial celebrations in 2000, this attraction offers a view more than 135 metres above the city. You could also visit the London Aquarium to admire marine life with your children, then cross Westminster Bridge and head towards the famous Big Ben with its gigantic bell weighing 13.5 tons. Then you will be ready to discover the Palace of Westminster, the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Continue for another 1.6 km and you can admire Westminster Abbey with its Neo-Byzantine architecture. This vast place of worship that is home to the Roman Catholic archdiocese will take your breath away. Head down Palace Street to the Buckingham Palace gardens. In addition to the royal palace, you can admire the Victoria Monument and wander along the shores of St. James's Park Lake.

Discover historical and cultural secrets at the British Museum that boasts over 7 million objects. Why not continue to discover important pieces of history by heading to St. Paul's Cathedral at the historical city centre? You will be just steps away from the famous Leadenhall Market where various scenes from the Harry Potter movies were filmed.

If you feel like getting out of the city, nothing could be simpler with your buy-back rental vehicle. Take time to relax at Savill Garden, a magnificent garden with many varieties of trees and flowers. Be sure to end the evening in a traditional London pub such as Callooh Callay, inspired by the creative world of the author Lewis Caroll. You will not forget this evening!

A word of advice: As with most touristic cities, it is preferable to visit popular sites on weekdays to avoid the weekend crowds.

Here are a few other nearby places that may interest you:

  • Breakfast aboard the Tamise or a cruise boat
  • Tower Bridge Exhibit
  • Show at the London Theatre
  • Shopping at Covent Garden
  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
  • Tate Modern exhibit & restaurant
  • Big Chill Bar or 93 Feet Est
  • Camden Lock
  • Primrose Hill
  • Fish & Chips at Anchor & Hope
  • Kate & William's residence at Kensington Palace
  • London Dungeon
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