Walking Tour of London

Parliament as seen from Westminster Bridge.

Parliament as seen from Westminster Bridge.

This walking tour of London is a wonderful introduction to the sights and sounds of London town.  This trip is generally by foot though if your interests take us that way, we may also make short trips on the tube.

First of all, we will meet at Westminster and walk to the Houses of Parliament and see the giant clock tower of Big Ben.  Avoiding the statues of old Kings, Queens and Prime Ministers we will then make our way to Westminster Abbey whose origins date back to Edward Confessor back before the Normans in the 11thC century.  Westminster Abbey is well known as the place of all Royal Coronations right up to our present Queen, Queen Elizabeth II and was also the site of the recent Royal Wedding with Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Leaving Westminster behind we take the short walk up to visit the gates of Downing Street, the home of the British Prime Minister and Chancellor amongst others.  This is the heart of government and all the surround imposing buildings are full of the comings and goings of government.  As we continue, we pause at The Cenotaph, our primary national memorial to the fallen of the war-dead.

Continuing towards Trafalgar Square we will briefly visit Horse-guards Parade, home of the Household Cavalry.  Trafalgar Square itself is massive and surrounded by galleries and museums all of which are well worth a visit.  The square itself is dominated by Nelsons Column built to commemorate Lord Nelson following his magnificent though tragic victory at Trafalgar.  There will be time enough to take some classic London photos next to the fountains and lion statues.

Nelson Column in the centre of Trafalgar Square.

Nelson Column in the centre of Trafalgar Square.

From Trafalgar Square, we will wonder up towards theatreland with an optional visit to Covent Garden.  Then onwards through Leicester Square, home of film premiers and on to Picadilly Circus, Londons answer to Time Square, New York.  China Town is just a few streets away and from there we will enter the realms of the Royal Parks as we make our way towards Buckingham Palace, home of The Queen and from where we might be lucky enough to see the famous Changing of The Guards.

Buckingham Palace, home of The Queen.

Buckingham Palace, home of The Queen.

Departure Time:10 am
City Location: London
Duration of Tour: 5 hours
(Approximate times as all tours are bespoke)

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Standard Adult Prices per person excluding entry fees (child prices available upon request).

1 Adult = £170

2 Adults = £150

3 Adults = £120

4 Adults = £110

5 – 10 Adults = £90

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We also have a 5 hour extended version of this tour which also visits everything in the standard tour as well as St Pauls Cathedral, the Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern, Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Borough Market, London Bridge, Tower Bridge and ends outside the famous Traitors Gate at the Tower of London.

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