London's highest and best view. It is the only place you can see 1,000 years of London's history all at once with up to 40 miles of stunning views.
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Take a trip to the Shard, London's tallest building, for some amazing views of this incredible city.
The Shard, also referred to as the Shard of Glass, Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower, is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development.
The views from the sky deck are great, picking out the Landmarks around the city!
“Just 3 x stops away on the tube - Tower Bridge Exhibition - Step inside the most famous bridge in the world and explore its iconic structure, spectacular views and Glass Floor, fascinating exhibitions and atmospheric Victorian Engine Rooms.”
“Located close to Tower Bridge Serving traditional Turkish foods with a view over St Katherines dock ”
“This magnificent world-famous collection of 23,578 gemstones boasts items that are still used in royal ceremonies today. Powerful symbols of the Monarchy The Crown Jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are the most powerful symbols of the British Monarchy and hold deep religious and cultural significance in our nation’s history. The mystique and beauty of the diamonds and precious jewels in the royal regalia have always held an unparalleled allure to visitors from across the globe.”
“Eating in Italy is an experience. It’s a social event not to be rushed; restaurant owners sit, chat, eat and drink with their customers, while families and friends laugh and talk over lovingly prepared dishes. At Emilia’s our pasta recipes are created and cooked in front of you, combining the warmth and welcome of an Italian kitchen with the theatre and passion behind our pasta. Fresh and seasonal ingredients complement the different shapes of pasta that are kneaded, rolled and crafted with the same spirit Simone’s grandmother had sixty years ago”
“Nestled between the elegance of Mayfair and the creativity of Soho, the Oscar Wilde Lounge is the space where great minds came together to change the world. It is in this very room that Oscar Wilde fell in love with Lord Alfred Douglas, Aubrey Beardsley debated with Whistler, David Bowie retired Ziggy Stardust and Mick Jagger, the Beatles and Elizabeth Taylor danced the night away. Dating back to 1865 and formerly known as the Grill Room, the gilded room was renamed in honour of our most famous patron becoming the Oscar Wilde Lounge. Today, this dramatic setting is home to Hotel Café Royal's award-winning afternoon tea service.”
London, England SE1
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