Explore London - world’s famous London Eye included

Explore London - world’s famous London Eye included

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Tour Highlights

    • Fast ticket and professional guide at St. Paul’s cathedral.
    • Panoramic view of London icons: the Shakespeare’s Globe, the Houses of Parliament and the Westminster Abbey.
    • The memorable flight on the London Eye.
    • Free Wi-Fi facility on board.
    • View the crown jewels, the ceremonial treasures of British Monarchy.

Overview & Description

Overview:
London, the wonderful city treasures rich history, culture, excellent food, and good times. Start your day with a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral that is a place of worship and a symbol of pride and resilience.  Sir Christopher Wren has designed the magnificent building after the Great Fire of London. Also, visit the memorials of Wellington and Nelson.


The tour includes a visit to Buckingham Palace that serves as the London home and office of Her Majesty the Queen. It is also an administrative headquarters.  See the beautiful Tower of London, which is a castle present on the bank of the River Thames. Enjoy the comfortable trip across River Thames and ride on the London Eye, which is the tallest observation wheel in Europe.


Itinerary:
London city is immersed in history; the impressive buildings are recognizable landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral that has remarkable architecture. The whispering gallery that is present 30 meters above the floor is popular for its acoustics. Above the whispering gallery, the golden gallery is located, which offers excellent views of central London.   Many significant events are associated with this cathedral such as Queen’s Elizabeth II 80th birthday service, the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer to Prince Charles and Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee celebrations.


Capture the memories outside Westminster Abbey as photography is not allowed inside the church.  This worship place is a remarkable mix of architectural style and a splendid English Gothic example. Now, this tour takes you to the royal Buckingham Palace, where the famous changing of guard ceremony takes place.  The ceremony lasts for 45 minutes in which soldiers dress up in red tunics along with bearskin hats and march to military music.


Head towards The Tower of London, a beautiful castle that has played a significant role in English history. The castle was built in 1066 by William, the conqueror. There are many towers in which some are open to the public. The guide will share the history of this historic edifice. Wander around the fortress and see the crown jewels, which are the collection of royal objects.


Enjoy the boat trip on the River Thames and see the panoramic views of the Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard, Houses of Parliament and Shakespeare’s Globe. Ride the pride of London, The London Eye, which is a giant observation wheel that offers magnificent views of London from 135 meters above the ground.

Tour Schedule

Operational Days:
April - October: Daily at 7:45am
November, December & March: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 7:45am
January & February: Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 7:45am

Duration: 8.5 Hours

Departure Location: Victoria Coach Station (Gate 19 - 20), 164 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, SW1W 9TP

Return Location: This tour will finish at the London Eye.

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • The flight on the world’s famous London Eye.
  • Free Wi-Fi facility on board.
  • A guided tour with a motor coach. (English Speaking Guide)
  • Visit the world famous Tower of London.
  • View the magnificent Crown jewels that are the rich Collection of British Monarchy.
  • Exclusive boat trip on the River Thames.
  • Witness the changing of the guard ceremony as per the availability.
  • A professional guide will assist you on your visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral, enter the Cathedral as the door opens.
  • Capture memories outside Westminster Abbey.

Exclusions

  • Hotel Drop Offs
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Lunch (Extra time will be provided for a refreshment breaks)

Important Info

Additional Information:
St. Paul’s Cathedral remains closed on certain dates. Thus visitors may visit the Household Cavalry Museum.
If a Change of Guard ceremony cancels due to bad weather, then you can visit Buckingham palace for photography.
Due to church services on Sundays, no guiding will be provided inside the cathedral.
People with mobility difficulties or disability need to contact the service provider so that necessary arrangements can be done to avoid inconvenience. 
Additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be taken into use during peak periods.
 

Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 72 hours before departure. Failure to inform, your cancellation prior to departure will lead to a 100% charge.

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