London is a city as big as the province of Utrecht, but the heart of the city is best-known. That small part alone cannot be properly viewed in a day. The countless museums, many of which are free entry, can fill quite a few days already. The well-known sights are relatively close to each other and could be visited within a day thanks to the extensive network of public transport. Good planning in advance is advisable in that case, as well as a ticket for the Underground. During a longer stay in the city, the famous attractions can be done a little more justice. These include Buckingham Palace with the Changing of the Guard, Big Ben, Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Covent Garden, the famous squares and beautiful parks. Or Metropolitan Tabernacle, the Church of Spurgeon, where faithful preaching can still be heard and where a Bible reading is also given on Wednesday evenings. Since so many people work in London, the city is also easily accessible from many parts of the country.
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