Buckingham Palace, I suppose, is one of the most famous places in the world and if you’re in London it’s not to be missed. Visit by foot and take in surrounding sites like Green Park, St James Park, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben.
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You can't go to London without seeing BP. It's a grand area surrounded by large fountains, museums and parkland around. Expect lots of people around there and if you do want to watch changing of the guard at 11am (every second day) make sure you...More
What's not to like about of the most famous places in the world? Obviously there were hundreds of people there but the grounds outside the gates (obviously you cannot go inside the palace area) are extensive so plenty of places to stand around and enjoy
Be prepared for a lot of people. We visited it in the evening as well as during the day. As it gets closer to the change of the guards, more people come. We opted to not do the tour simply because of the high number...More
We visited Buckingham Palace the day before it was due to close for the winter. If you are in London this is a must visit if you come to London. Getting around the Palace is easy. You are given an iPad which is a visual...More
Beautiful buildings. Lovely grounds. Worth seeing. There is much to see and take in, so take your time and enjoy it. Check when open.
loved seeing the palace the tinted cars with police escorts coming to and from made it even more special. very pretty a lot of people in the area and the roads were having work done a lot of cones not great for crossing the roads....More
Of all the castles and palaces I've seen around the Europe this is one of the least interesting. The grounds are just a boring expanse of dirt, without any landscaping. I saw some desultory marching of the guards, who were dressed in gray and not...More
You have to do it. Lots of people there so it is a jostle to find a position. Changing of the guard. It is a great walk around this area of London lots to see.
Must see! Very beautiful spot to take photos and enjoy feeling "royal" for a few minutes. From Westminster, take a quick stroll through St. James park and you're there! Enjoy!