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Tourists find plenty of things to do in London in 2010

Published: Wednesday 12th of January 2011

St Paul's Cathedral, Kew Gardens and a host of other London attractions will have benefitted from an increase in the number of tourists visiting the capital.

Three per cent more visitors made their way to London in November 2010 compared to the same month in the previous year, Visit London figures show.

There was an improvement across all attraction categories, although paid-for attractions were more popular than those that tourists can visit for free.

Visit London chief executive Sally Chatterjee explained: "It's very positive news for London’s tourism industry that that attractions have maintained the upward growth in visitors seen through the year.

"2010 was a very exciting year for the capital's attractions with a range of incredible exhibitions and events to enjoy and 2011 is already gearing up to be another bumper year of must-see attractions."

Visitors to the capital should consider a trip to the HMS Belfast London attraction.

The famous ship is currently hosting a Ship's Conservation - Object Handling session.

Save time and money sightseeing in London with free entry to top attractions in London.

Posted by Kevin Smith

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