Our full day tour of London bringing together a grand taste of the capital’s finest and most exquisite attractions for you to enjoy. Overall, you’ll get to see 4 amazing places plus a
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4 AMAZING LANDMARKS PLUS A RIVER CRUISE!
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Our full day tour of London bringing together a grand taste of the capital’s finest and most exquisite attractions for you to enjoy. Overall, you’ll get to see 4 amazing places plus a private river cruise along the Thames! Andyou’ll have one of our highly experienced and enthusiastic guides by your side to tell you all about them! We use luxury coaches with free wifi to chauffeur you around on the best full day tour of London!
where will you go?
1. tower of london
The Tower of London
The day begins with a visit to the Tower of London which is almost 1,000 years old!! It was built as a Royal Palace and medieval defence system, although its best known as a notorious prison, where criminals were “sent to the Tower” to be locked up.
Today, the Tower of London houses an amazing collection of jewellery including the Crown Jewels which we’ll get to visit! Plus you’ll have one of the really entertaining beefeater guides to show you around!
2. Buckingham palace
From here it’s onto Buckingham Palace, home of the Queen of England! We’ll admire the wonderful exterior of one of the most famous buildings in the world. AND we’ll get a chance to see the really impressive Changing of the Guard Ceremony. It’s definitely something not to miss!
3. river thames cruise
London, the River Thames
Next on this full day tour of London is a cruise along the River Thames. This is undoubtedly the best way of getting clear views of major London landmarks like Tower Bridge, The Shard, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament…
4. st paul’s cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral
The afternoon begins with a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral. This is one of the world’s largest churches and boasts the second largest dome in the world. Rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666 by the architect Sir Christopher Wren, it was the tallest building in London right up until 1962.
5. the london eye
The London Eye
The final stop on this guided day tour of London is a ride on the London Eye, a giant observation wheel with magnificent views of the London skyline. You will see most of London landmarks: the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Shard, the river Thames of course, Buckingham Palace, The Tower and The Tower Bridge, St.Paul’s Cathedral, Hyde Park and so much more!
We’ll depart London Victoria station early in the morning and drive past some major London landmarks including Big Ben and Westminster Palace, in the comfort of our luxury air-conditioned coach
Arrive at the Tower of London and be greeted by the colourful Yeoman Warders, the Guardians of the Tower
Discover the Tower of London on a private tour with a Beefeater guide. Learn the history of this extraordinary place and be one of the first groups of the day to see the Crown Jewels
Head to Buckingham Palace to watch the lively and entertaining Changing of the Guard ceremony
Take a private boat cruise along the River Thames and view some of London’s most famous landmarks including St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the Shakespeare Globe Theatre.
Start the afternoon with a tour of St. Paul’s Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece that is home to the tombs of Nelson and Wellington
Take in the capital’s iconic landmarks and see the London skyline with a ride on the London Eye
Tour departs at 07:45 from Victoria Coach Station and ends at the London Eye.
On Sundays, there is an opportunity to enter St Paul Cathedral and enjoy one of the services, but there will be no guiding inside the Cathedral
Occasionally St. Paul’s Cathedral is closed to visitors. In this event, the tour will visit the Household Cavalry Museum.
In the event of bad weather, the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace does not take place. Instead, the tour will go to Buckingham Palace for a photo opportunity.
In high-season, additional buses may be used for transportation without wi-fi
The Tower of London is a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized as one of the England’s most iconic landmarks. It was built in 1066 by William the Conqueror to demonstrate the power of the Norman conquest, as well as to act as a fortress and gateway into London. Today, it is the best preserved 11th Century fortress apalce in Europe. The palace has become a symbol of both royalty and terror. It was sued as a prison for hundreds of years, and during that times saw many executions including three English queens.
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.