Enjoy the famous sights of London from the back of an iconic London Taxi. 'You have the use of a fully licensed London taxi, it's driver and a photographer, who will encapture your day visiting London's famous sights.'During this tour you will have time at each of the sights to walk around and take your own photos as well as posing for some with our photographer. 'Both the driver and the photographer will give you facts and information of interest about the sites and surrounding area. 'Once you have completed your tour you will be sent a CD containing all the photo's from the photographer of your day.
The most fun 1.5-hour tour in London. Watch the Changing of the Guard with an experienced and acclaimed guide, where you'll be taken to the best places to see the ceremony. Along the way you'll see palaces, royal parks, royal residences and even have an opportunity to march alongside the guards. The walk is interesting for adults, fun for kids, and will almost certainly be the highlight of your stay in London.
It's all about art on this 5 hour exclusively private tour that combines London's National Gallery and East End. Visit the world-famous paintings in the museum before heading east to explore the outdoor works and street art that help define these neighborhoods. We'll pause for lunch after the museum.
Maximize your stay with a visit to London's two most prominent museums, the National Gallery and the British Museum. On this intimate'5 to 5.5 hour semi-private tour, your informed guide will introduce you to the art and historical artifacts that draw millions of visitors to these two world-class collections. Tours are limited to just 8 guests, and the tour will pause for lunch between visits.
This tour allows our guest to take a fully guided tour of Kensington Palace and Gardens, home of British royals for more than 300 years, without the crowds. While viewing the grand State Apartments and breathtaking Royal Gardens, guests will be captivated by an expert local guide's revelations of the lives of young British royalty, including Princesses Diana and Kate as well as historic princesses. The tour continues to the elegant 18th century Orangery Restaurant. In this magnificent palace garden setting, guests will experience a sumptuous afternoon tea reception with hand-prepared cakes and pastries and almost a dozen specialty teas to choose from. Your Royal Welcome Awaits.
Combine a visit to Buckingham Palace with afternoon tea on this 4-hour tour in London. Meet your host outside the iconic palace, and then head inside with your prebooked ticket for an independent audio tour of the public rooms. After, join back up with your host for a stroll to your afternoon tea, ending your tour with finger sandwiches, scones and tea at a prestigious central hotel.Please note: Buckingham Palace is only open to the public for approx. eight weeks each year. Tickets sell out fast, so book now to avoid disappointment
Go back to the very beginning of London's two millennia history in the City on this semi-private tour, welcoming up to ten people. Your local guide will take you on a 2.5 hour trek through the site of a Roman settlement that became the epicenter of one of the world's most bustling cities and financial centers.
Join this 2.5-hour tour where your guide will use the British Museum to help tell the story of why the world is what it is today. Discover divine antiquities like the Holy Thorn Reliquary as well as world renowned treasures such as the Lewis Chessmen. Examine the Rosetta Stone closely and learn why it is the key to unlocking Egyptian hieroglyphics. Immerse yourself within the Parthenon Sculptures and hear stories of ancient Greece.
Experience two top London sights and one of'Britain's best traditions on this'full-day combo tour. Visit Westminster Abbey; get an inside look at Buckingham Palace, the Queen's official London residence; and watch the Changing of the Guard, a wonderful display of British pageantry. Then, cap your day with an indulgent afternoon tea at a luxury London hotel.
Formerly one of London's most deprived areas, the East End has become a breeding ground for city slickers, start-ups and independent shops and cafes. Always a cultural melting pot, the area has seen a rapid gentrification, leaving much of it's traditional cockney chirp, and inevitably some of its soul, far behind.
From the edge of Brick Lane to the hipster trails of Hoxton, this London photography tour will reveal what once was, and what is'still'to come for London's East End. Charge up your camera and capture the neighbourhood's cultural evolution while'learning the tricks of the trade'from a renowned photographer.
London's Tate Modern and Tate Britain hold some of the country's pre-eminent collections of historic and contemporary art. Visiting both museums via a boat ride along the Thames is a chance to see how ideas and artistic processes flow through time. By selecting works shown in the galleries' permanent collections, Joshua will chart the evolution of different art movements and media.'
A writer and lecturer at Sotheby's, Christie's, specialising in modern and contemporary art, Joshua also freelances as a lecturer in art for the Tate museums and the National Portrait Gallery. Growing up in London, he has witnessed first-hand the city's emergence as a centre of the global contemporary art scene.
A private walking food tour with food journalist Louis Fernando. Explore Soho's exciting culinary offerings with industry insider Louis, who will guide you to the best places to eat, and be seen eating.