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London: Changing of the Guard Walking Tour

1. London: Changing of the Guard Walking Tour

Find the prime vantage points that most people miss and see this time-honored tradition from outside Buckingham Palace. Follow your guide on a dynamic journey that will take you through each stage of the entire Changing of the Guard ceremony from beginning to end. Navigate the crowds easily and quickly. Let your guide take you to the best spots with unobstructed views for taking photos of the palace, gardens, and parade grounds. Marvel at the precision with which the Queen’s Foot Guards march to Buckingham Palace, clad in their iconic red tunics and bearskin hats. Admire the gleaming coats of the Household Cavalry’s horses as they emerge at Horse Guard’s Parade. As you watch, hear about the history of this fascinating ceremony and gain invaluable insight into every detail of this British spectacle.

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London: Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

2. London: Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

Capture the heart of the city’s culture, landmarks and history on this London bus tour, while sipping a lovely cup of tea and enjoying the exquisite tastes of England. Indulge in High Tea, which is accompanied by an array of tasty sandwiches and delicious cakes and pastries. Your London bus driver will take you round several iconic sites, such as Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St James’s Park, Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, Marble Arch, Nelson’s Column, Downing Street and more. This sightseeing tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on traffic. Nothing beats a good cuppa, so experience the beating heart of England like a local!

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London: The Beatles Walking Tour

3. London: The Beatles Walking Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the Fab Four. Learn how London helped shape the Beatles and see the mark they left on the city in return. See where Beatlemania began, as you walk the streets that were scenes of a wild frenzy whenever the band appeared. Have your photo taken on the Abbey Road crossing and imitate the legendary cover of the 1969 album. Visit Carnaby Street, the epicenter of cool during the Swinging Sixties in London. Visit film locations used in A Hard Day's Night and Help! as well as recording studios of some of the band’s most famous albums. See the homes and hangouts – past and present – graced by John, Paul, Ringo, and George.

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London: The Beatles Walking Tour

4. London: The Beatles Walking Tour

See where Beatlemania started, as you walk the streets that were scenes of a wild frenzy whenever the band appeared. Meet your guide in front of Marble Arch, which once was an entrance to Buckingham Palace, and walk to the place where John Lennon lived in 1968. Explore the quiet and beautiful neighborhood of Marylebone, full of houses that were formerly horse stables. Learn about the new teenage fashions that were started by The Beatles and pass the original Apple shop, a boutique set up by the band in 1967. Discover why the words "Hey Jude" on the shop window had to be painted over. Then follow your guide to tranquil Green Square, when you can relax and enjoy its rose garden. Continue through the park to reach the place where Paul McCartney lived. Guess which famous song he wrote while living in that flat. Next you will walk to The Palladium, an important concert venue. Imagine yourself in the roaring crowd and think about your favorite Beatles songs, before going to the site of their last live concert, held on a London rooftop. Finish your tour at Abbey Road to see the famous road crossing that featured on the cover of the 1969 Beatles album.

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London: 4-Hour Secret Places Tour in a Black Cab

5. London: 4-Hour Secret Places Tour in a Black Cab

On your tour, visit buildings that are over 300 years old, you can even go inside to see the wonders of these historic buildings. Visit a pub that sells corpses, a house with false windows, an ancient Roman bath and a 500-year-old banqueting hall. Take photographs in Winston Churchill's cigar chair and explore secret courtyards and alleyways, Roman landmarks and execution docks. Even stand in 900-year-old prison cells.  Your guide will tell you tales of murder and mystery, show you around London's smallest house and take you to the site of King Henry VIII's cow shed and tennis courts. London is full of odd curiosities from tiny police stations to the tallest telephone box in the world. If you get thirsty from all this exploring, your guide can take you to rest in the smallest pub in London or to have a drink of water from London's oldest water fountain - or even see a 1000-year-old well!  Your tour can be completely tailored to your wishes so you can see London at your own pace. You will be taken to both London's landmark sites and its more unusual locations, so you can really see the sides of London that most tourists miss.   

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The bus is a hoot! Absolutely fabulous and well worth a trip! The afternoon tea was delicious, the cakes are divine and the range of teas and coffees to choose from really good too. The tour guide is good as she points out key facts but you are also treated to some good old music from the 80's which absolutely topped it off to be a really great afternoon out. Id highly recommend this if you're looking for something different and not the 'normal' afternoon tea experience!

Absolutely fantastic, girls were great , enjoyed every minute of my day , afternoon tea was amazing , worth every penny , left them a tip which we were sad to see that my sister & I were the only 2 to tip them , how sad at xmas when so much effort was put into it , xmas lights & music made it so enjoyable, as much tea & coffee as u liked & a great variety. Also got to keep the cups and left with a doggy box fir the left over cakes.

Superb afternoon tea on the upper deck of the bus. It was my friends special birthday treat and made even more special as she had a an extra slice of cake with a candle, all the passengers sang Happy Birthday and a little gift too. She enjoyed herself immensely so did I. The staff very helpful, pleasant and cheerful.

It was amazing. I enjoyed London views with delicious snacks and tea with my friend. It's few days before Christmas so the scenery was ideal. It was a really really enjoyable! I hope I'll do it again.

Everything was amazing!! Can not fault anything. We have a waiter who was new and you wouldn’t have even known- he was brilliant! We would love to do it again and will recommend to everyone!