Escape the hustle and bustle of London and explore the highlights of South West England. Step back in time with your guide as you wander historic Canterbury. With your small group (no larger than 16 people), you'll see parts of the famous cathedral dating back to the 6th century. Over lunchtime you can enjoy stunning views from the White Cliffs of Dover or enjoy one of other attractions Dover has to offer.'Your day concludes at the enchanting Leeds Castle; perched on two islands in a lake.
From ghost hunters to gangsters, suffragettes, swindlers and stars, discover the unexpected story of London's most iconic concert venue during a 1-hour walking tour. Hear backstage stories and gossip from your guide, and find out which singer was so overawed by his first view of the venue that he decided to go horse-riding instead of turning up for his concert. This tour is a shared experience. The maximum is 15'people'per booking and up to 20 people per tour group.Your tour ticket includes a discount on food and drinks.
Tick off London's most famous sights in one day with a 3.5-hour royal sightseeing tour and Thames River cruise. Travel by coach through the English capital's most recognizable areas and see top attractions like Kensington Palace and Big Ben. Then, watch the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace before strolling to the Thames River for your cruise. Travel between Westminster and Tower Pier, gliding past London's most noteworthy attractions, including the London Eye and the Tower of London.
A trip to London is not complete without popping into a traditional pub for a drink. So why not take a private, walking tour of four historic London pubs with just your group, with one of Britain's leading beer experts? Get your beer goggles on and don't forget your camera!
Visit two royal palaces in one day on this independent day trip from London. See rooms in Windsor Castle where high-profile royals have lived, and explore King Henry VIII's State Apartments at Hampton Court. Transportation from central London and the entrance ticket to Hampton Court Palace are included.
Jack The Ripper is one of the most famous and iconic serial killers of all time. People come from all around to walk through Whitechapel and learn what they can about Jack The Ripper. This tour is designed to take you back into the past, to a time when gin was safer to drink than water'when Whitechapel was one of London's darkest slums. This tour is the only tour in London that has been designed to tell the story of Jack The Ripper as you sample a variety of tastings ' some fitting with the Jack The Ripper Story and some that are local favourites in the East End.
This tour gives you a unique insight into life in London during the two World Wars. You will learn the effect of war on London as well as the effects of air raids and bombing and how Londoners survived, often spending days living in the underground stations and how families were torn apart by war.