This Royal Tour of London takes in many of the royal highlights of London, including Westminster Abbey where Prince William and Kate Middleton, where married on April 29, 2011. You will also see Kensington Palace, where Diana, Princess of Wales, lived. Finally, you will experience the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, then spend the afternoon exploring London at your leisure. For a bird's-eye view of the city, upgrade to include an open-date ticket for the London Eye.
Discover London's top attractions by vintage double-decker bus and Thames River cruiser, and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea with scones, too. Admire famous city sights such as Big Ben and the London Eye. After a photo stop at the Tower of London, you'll cruise along the Thames River to Westminster and enjoy afternoon tea with Champagne as you go.
This half day tour travels to the historic town of Windsor and includes entrance to Windsor Castle, the Official Residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, plenty of free time to explore and luxury coach travel.
Get to grips with Britain's royal and political history on this 4-hour tour of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. Step inside the famous Gothic abbey, which has been the setting for almost all English coronations since William the Conqueror's crowning in 1066, along with many other royal occasions including Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding. Then gain insight into the British political system with a guided tour of the House of Lords and Houses of Commons inside the Houses of Parliament.
Spend 4 hours walking in the footsteps of royalty on this fully-escorted half-day trip from London. Explore Windsor castle and discover the magnificence of Her Majesty's home at your own pace, complete with ornate State Rooms, historic St. George's Chapel, and delicate Doll's House of Queen Mary all included in your comprehensive visit. Ensure personal service with a small-group tour of 15 people or fewer. Learn about the Windsor Castle with your audio guide and avoid ticket hassles with included round-trip train tickets.
Enjoy a fun and educational half day walking tour of Greenwich. All the major venues are on the tour including: Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, Teaclipper Cutty Sark, Old Royal Naval College ( Painted Hall ), newly renovated Queen's House and Greenwich Market. Put on your favorite walking shoes and come along as your entertaining and knowledgeable guide lets you experience the real Greenwich. This tour is perfect for small-groups.
Travel with ease from central London to the town of Windsor, home to Her Majesty the Queen. Sit back for a relaxing, air-conditioned coach ride to the historical town, which you're then free to explore as you like. Upgrade your ticket to include entry to Windsor Castle ' including a self-guided audio tour.
Hit the bohemian neighborhoods of London including Soho and Camden Town as you delve into the city's rock 'n' roll past on a this small group London Rock Music Tour. With names like The Beatles, Madness, The Clash and Jimmy Page this tour offers something for all music fans. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 16 people, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
Discover London's highlights by bus, boat and foot on this comprehensive half-day tour. Sitting comfortably aboard an iconic Routemaster bus, travel along the capital's streets and see sights such as Big Ben and Trafalgar Square. Then, hop aboard a Thames River cruise boat to admire London's famous skyline from the water. Cap your tour with a visit to Buckingham Palace. With a prebooked ticket, enjoy an audio tour of Queen Elizabeth II's lavish state rooms, an experience only available to the public for two months out of the entire year.
Explore Windsor Castle independently on a day trip from London, and hear its incredible history from an audio guide! While walking around at your own pace, visit rooms like the State Apartments and see Queen Mary's Dolls House. Learn about King Henry VIII, who once lived in the castle, and see his final resting place inside St George's Chapel before returning to London.
Enjoy three quintessential British experiences on a 4.5-hour royal London tour, combining the legendary Changing of the Guard ceremony with an audio tour of Buckingham Palace and an afternoon tea. After learning all about the British Royal Family from an expert local guide, stroll to a prestigious central London hotel to finish the tour with scones, finger sandwiches and an oh-so-British cup of tea. Buckingham Palace is only open for select dates in July, August and September each year, so book now! Tours to this top London attraction sell out fast.