Top 20 Attractions in London
There are so many top attractions in London that sometimes people can get a little confused as to what attractions and sights they should visit on their trip. From the British Museum to Big Ben, it's important to fit as many attractions into your trip as possible so we recently created an infographic on the Top 20 Attractions in London to help you in creating your itinerary and to see what the most popular attractions are according to the 2012 statistics from Visit London. Many of the most popular attractions are free which means that a visit to London can be a lot less expensive than you might think!
Our infographic lists the attractions in order of popularity (according to visitor numbers) and we have separated the top attractions into two sections, free attractions and paid attractions. The British Museum (free - 5,575,946 visitors) and the Tower of London (paid - 2,444,296 visitors) come out on top with the Tate Modern (free - 5,316,688 visitors), St. Paul's Cathedral (paid - 1,789, 974 visitors) and the National Gallery (free - 5,163,902 visitors) not far behind.
Be sure to try and visit these attractions when you visit London next and for great offers on accommodation, take a look at our Vacation rentals in London for an enjoyable stay in the city.
Check out the full infographic here:
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