When one says “my next dream destination is London” it counts oodles of factors to make this decision. There appear to be so many things which are counted before stating any specific place as the desirable one. And we are proud that London is one of them. But have you ever wondered, what’s that exactly the thing or quality which contributes to the city’s worldwide popularity.

Well, it’s the architectural beauty and finely engineered buildings of the place which have been built with extreme elegance. Today we are going to explain you with 5 of the most beautiful buildings of London which are the best of attractions in the city. Moreover, to its visitors, there is a vast choice of sprinkled market places, plentiful restaurants, bars and number of short stay apartments London providing affordable lodging solutions.

5 of the most beautiful buildings of London

  1. Tower of London

The historic castle situated in Central London on the north bank of the River Thames, Tower of London is a true example of ancient age’s archaeological beauty. It’s as old as almost 9 centuries and has always been an abode to monarchs in its lifetime. The white tower of the building which is called as the castle was earlier built in 1078, as the emblem of coercion and was built by the William who was the conqueror. Until 1952 the castle was used as the Prison who would imprison the most cruel people and one of them was the Guy Fawkes, the deputy Rudolph Hess of Hitler.

Fast Facts

  • Address: London Borough of Tower Hamlets, London, England
  • Area Covered: Castle is total 12 acres in size
  • Tower Liberties: 6 acres
  • Open today: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
  • Telephone: +44 844 482 7777

5 of the most beautiful buildings of London

  1. Natural History Museum

Opened in early 1881, the building was stirred by the resurgence buildings. The first stone was this mesmerizing building was laid to create it as the temple, so its grand entrance but the content of the building was more about above the objectives. The building was a private collection at the time of its door opening and now its abiding approach makes it the most sought after areas. National History Museum has the broad spectrum of specimens from different fragment of natural history.

Fast Facts

  • Venue: Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, United Kingdom
  • Construction begun: 1873
  • Opening times: 10:00 am – 5:50 pm
  • Founded: 1881, South Kensington, London, United Kingdom
  • Architect: Alfred Waterhouse
  • Function: Museum
  • Founder: Richard Owen

St Pancras Station

  1. St Pancras Station

If you believe George Gilbert Scot was more creative then you can’t even underrate his Grandson Giles Gilbert Scott who designed the Battersea Power Station and the Bankside. The Scott family receives the credit for some of the most prominent structures of London. The Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras Station which is now the Renaissance London Hotel earlier built in 1973 is the Gothic Behemoths of Granddad Scott.

Fast Facts

  • Venue: Euston Rd, London N1C 4QP, United Kingdom
  • Construction Began: 1868
  • Architectural style: Gothic Revival architecture
  • Owner: Eurostar
  • Architects: George Gilbert Scott, William Henry Barlow
  • Opened on: October 1, 1868

Tower Bridge in London, UK

  1. Tower Bridge

One of the most recognized bridges of the world, The Tower Bridge is a pooled bascule and suspension bridge situated in London, England crossing the Thames River. At its upper level, there are two bridge towers which are fixed together by the two strong parallel walkways. These have been specifically designed to resist the horizontal tensional forces wielded by the overhanging segments of the viaduct on the landward sides of the tower. The present colour scheme of the Bridge dates from 1977 and initially was painted white, blue and red for the silver jubilee of Queen Elizabeth but it was initially tinted in Greenish-Blue color with elegant style.

Fast Facts

  • Venue: Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2UP, United Kingdom
  • Opened in: June 30, 1894
  • Building construction began in: April 22, 1886
  • Architectural style: Gothic Revival architecture
  • Height: 65 m
  • Opening hours: Open today · 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
  • Crossing from: River Thames

Houses of Parliament

  1. Houses of Parliament

Houses of Parliament also called as the Palace of Westminster is the most prototypical Landmark of London where the British Power sitting is conducted. It’s majestically built structural design for public. The current building was built early between the 1840 and 1870 right after the shattering fire of 1834 which had ruined the medieval structure on the spot. The Seat of the UK Government and the Neo-Gothic magnum opus is one of the most gorgeous buildings of London.

Author Bio:

Henry Will works for Short Let Apartments and loves to write about travel and Real Estate. He has wide knowledge of London Travel and Property Market. You can find him on Google+.