Buckingham Palace is one of the most visited places in the United Kingdom.
Buckingham Palace is the most notable regal building in the nation. It is the London living arrangement of Her Majesty the Queen. The Palace is one of a couple of working imperial royal residences left on the planet.
The Palace is situated in Westminster area as well as being royal residency; it is also the centre for national celebrating. Buckingham Palace found in the heart of London and encompassed by 2 illustrious parks.
The Palace has 19 State Rooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 52 master bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The Palace normally utilised by the Royal family to captivate visitors on their State, stately and authority visits the United Kingdom. In total, the Palace has 775 rooms. The Staterooms are wonderfully provided with hoarded wealth from the Royal Collection. Paintings and traditional furniture from France and England are also found in the rooms.
When the Queen makes her yearly visit to Scotland, the Royal residence is open to the general public. People can buy a ticket to visit the Palace.
The Palace is not owned by monarchs and is belong to British State. Every year in summer around 50,000 guests is entertained throughout three Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace. But one of the most visited ceremonies is changing of the Guard which is a top attraction for UK visitors and tourists.
Buckingham Palace tour is an absolute necessity for any guest to London throughout August and September.
Known as the “walled desert garden amidst London” Buckingham Palace‘s enclosure is as attractive as the building with in excess of 350 separate types of wild blossoms. The finale of a visit is a stroll along the south side of the arrangement with perspectives over the acclaimed lake.
One of the most interesting events is changing Guard at Buckingham Palace that attracts millions of visitors every year.
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If you have planned to visit London between first of August to the end of September 2015, you can buy your ticket to visit the Place.
How to get to Buckingham Palace?
One of the alternative transport to Buckingham Palace is the Open Bus Tour London. If you have the ticket for this service, then don’t worry about how to get there. Just use the service and take off the Palace stop.
By Underground: Victoria Station(Victoria Line), Green Park (Victoria Line, Piccadilly Line and Jubilee line)Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly Line)
Tube map : Click here to see the London underground map
London Red Buses: The following bus numbers have a stop near the Palace.11, 211, C1, C10
You can use the journey planner and depends on your location find the best transport to get to the Palace.
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