London as a Destination
London is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the world. With a multi-cultural population fused together the result is an eclectic metropolis which is a place that can be explored again and again. It is definitely a city that can be returned to numerous times as there is so much to see and do. A visit with a difference could be one that incorporates some night time attractions. As with any city, it will have its dangers and perils in nocturnal hours so be sure not to do any of these activities alone.
Attractions at Night
Even by day, the amount of attractions to be found is quite substantial for any city but some of these day attractions look even cooler at night. Take for example the London Eye. Whilst during the day this popular tourist spot is almost always accompanied by lengthy queues, viewing it by night even if from a distance can be quite spectacular. Why not travel in comfort and style and hire a limo for the occasion. For something a bit quirky, why not try a visit to an all night cinema centrally located in Leicester Square that holds movie marathons throughout the night. You can even bring your pyjamas!
Tower of London
The Tower is one of London’s most popular attractions but have you considered visiting there by night. What is known as the “Ceremony of the Keys” takes place nightly at the Tower at 21.53pm. What is even better is that it is free and open to the public but you must apply by letter two months in advance in order to secure a place.
Piccadilly Circus lies at the intersection of five main roads: Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly Street, Covent Street and Haymarket. It is a really busy square located right in the heart of London. It is famous for the fountain located there from the end of the nineteenth century and for the neon advertising signage that turned the square into a miniature version of Times Square. It evokes a great atmosphere to be around this area at night and it is a great spot for some photographs.