London is one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, and the city is home to an array of famous tourist attractions. Its attractions and places of interest are countless and cater for all tastes and all ages; its shops – small and large – are often unforgettable; its culture – theaters and museums combined – in a class of its own.
- Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Every day at 11:30 from May to July, otherwise every two days. However the ceremony does not take place if it is raining heavily.
- The London Eye. On the South Bank of the Thames, opposite Big Ben Big Ben. Get fabulous aerial views of the river Thames, the Houses of Parliament, and the London skyline.
- Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament –
These can be seen from the outside, right next to Westminster Abbey, one of the finest and largest of Europe’s great medieval cathedrals, built in Norman times
- The Tower of London: a medieval fortress, in very good condition, which has marked the history of England. Historical collections and official jewels of the English monarchy, “the Crown Jewels”. Open daily.
- St Katherine’s dock (historic boats) and Tower Bridge; just a few hundred metres from the Tower. Free to visit.
- The London Dungeon: plunge into the world of medieval torturers! On the south bank of the Thames, opposite the Tower.
- HMS Belfast: on the Thames, opposite the Tower. Visit a Royal Navy warship that saw service during the Second World War.
- Madame Tussaud’s: World-famous waxworks, where you will meet all kinds of celebrities from today and yesterday; including stars, historic characters, world leaders and even some notorious criminals.
- Hyde Park: the great area of parkland in the West End. Picnic on the grass, or stroll under the trees to forget for a few minutes the streets and traffic.
- St. Paul’s Cathedral: London’s great neo-classical cathedral of the city, designed by the great architect Sir Christopher Wren in the seventeenth century.
- London Zoo – in Regent’s park – one of Britain’s top zoos now a major player in world wildlife conservation.
DAY 1 ARRIVE LONDON
On arrival in London, you will be met and transferred by a chauffeur driven car to your hotel. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in London.
DAY 2 LONDON
Discover London on an Open Bus tour. Later visit Madame Tussauds and end the day with a cruise on River Thames. Overnight in London.
DAY 3 LONDON
The day is free to explore London on your own. Optional visit the Tower Of London or the London Eye, the world’s largest observation wheel offering spectacular views of London or you can take the opportunity to explore London on your own with the help of London two day pass. Overnight in London.
DAY 4 LONDON
The day is free to relax or you can continue to explore London with the help of your London two day pass. Overnight in London.
DAY 5 LONDON
The day is free to enjoy shopping in central London or you can take the opportunity to discover three of England’s most popular attractions on a day trip from London on your Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford tour. Overnight in London.
DAY 6 DEPART LONDON
Today, you will be transferred by a chauffeur driven car to the airport for your flight back home.