Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Cheap Car Hire:Best Travel Option in London

Throughout its long and glorious history, England has been a pleasant and colorful country, a haven for shopaholics, and a dreamy destination for every businessman and a powerhouse for every industrialist, who are eyeing upon this country to put their foundation stone. The Great Britain has stood has a feu de joie (beacon) of democracy and a bulwark of ideological liberty, as well as a melting pot of empire and a basket of class autocracy. Car hire in UK is the best way of exploring this great nation along-with its capital city, London.

With cheap car hire, the tourists don't have to be limited by the must-visit places, listed in their itinerary; rather they can also explore the off beaten English attractions as well. The visitors do not have to wait for public transits, which run at their specific timings, but they can drive on their own whenever they want and can take several breaks enroute.

London always tops the list of must-visit destinations of the world by every enthusiastic traveler. This city drags around 20 million visitors every year. The cosmopolitan is replete with sight-seeing spots in vast numbers. One of the most powerful hubs of the modern world, this city treasures remnants of the massive British Empire and is also home to a rich culture, a variety of astounding landmarks, architectural wonders and various other highlights in its kitty. Drive in your car hire in UK to the Westminster Abbey or the Collegiate Church of St Peter, which is one of the splendid paradigms of Episcopal architectonics in Europe. This Gothic church is set-up in the western part of the Westminster Palace. It's a 12th century citadel, where monarchs are still sanctified and ordination takes places. It's also a relevant burial site of the city for upscale British. This church was finally completed in 16th century. The church features a bona fide archive, exhibiting the rich English history. Some of the attractions include the medieval coronation throne, the memorials to William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, tombs of Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Mary, Charles Darwin & David Livingstone.

The climactic scene of the movie, 'Da Vinci Code' was also shot here. The London Eye is another prominent landmark, which is regarded as the largest Ferris wheel of Europe and is built on the banks of the river Thames. It attracts around 3.5 million people every year. The 25 minutes' slow oscillation ride on this giant wheel is worth-experiencing. You can enjoy the panoramic view of the entire city, including Buckingham Palace, the houses of Parliament, London Bridge etc.

The cheap car hire is also a great option to visit the Madame Tussaud's museum, where you can check-out the wax statues of world famous celebrities such as of Steven Spielberg, Agnelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman, Robert Pattinson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Johny Depp, Harrison Ford, Audrey Hepburn etc. This museum features different zones including the Premiere Night, A-List Part Zone, a special room for royal family members and an exclusive room for sports legendaries.