Here you go with the Best views in London you must visit!
We love views, especially those ones that let us explore the city and give us a different perspective. In London, we have one of the tallest buildings in Europe, even higher than the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The views of London are beautiful. 40% of the city is green so you can enjoy the views of the park. Also, don’t miss the views during the night or enjoy a memorable sunset from the top of the rooftop in summer.
If you want to feel at the top of the world, don’t miss these views and explore London from another point of view.
Placed in the financial district, the skyscraper is also known as the Walkie Talkie for its unique shape. To go here you don’t need to pay for a fancy dinner, just book online to be sure you get one spot and you can enjoy the rooftop garden.
🚇 Monument Station
Located in the North side of Regent’s Park, climb to the top of the hill to enjoy beautiful sunsets and sunrises.
It is a protected view in London, that means that there are restrictions for the buildings nearby. It is only 10 minutes walk from Camden Town.
🚇 Chalk Farm Station
95 floors make this building the tallest building in the United Kingdom. Here you can find offices, restaurants, and bars. A luxury hotel and private apartments. Also, three floors open to everyone where you can see 360 views from London.
Renzo Piano was the architect, the same man who co-designed the Centre Pompidou in France.
🚇 London Bridge Station
The tallest observation wheel in Europe will give you unbelievable views of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.
In the beginning, it was only a temporary attraction and was supposed to stay for only five years, but within that time it became an icon in the London skyline, so it became a permanent attraction.
The ride duration is around 30 minutes and people highly recommend to start it just after sunset.
🚇 Waterloo Station
Take a ride in the Emirates Air Line and enjoy the views of London from 90 meters up in the sky. The journey crosses the River Thames from the Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks.
It is also a great idea for enjoying London lights at night. Friday and Saturday it’s open until 23:00.
🚇 North Greenwich Station
Climb to the top of the hill and enjoy one of the largest parks in South East London and also an urban sanctuary for deer and foxes.
The views from here are absolutely stunning, you will have a direct view from the Queen’s house (a former Royal residence, now an Art Gallery) and behind that, you will find the modern London financial district. A perfect spot to see how the city has evolved during recent years.
🚇 Greenwich Station
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