Well, an early morning guided tour in Central London is the best way to witness the sightseeing attractions throughout the city. However, the tour guides have expert knowledge about the city. They have so much experience and better skills in order to safely guide you around the city through cycle paths, parks and quieter street by telling you the history of the city as well as the attractive sights.
Stop off at the cycle hire centre at Gabriel’s Wharf, which is located at the south side of the river near the waterloo station. After hiring a bike, the guide will assist you throughout your ride to the river, down side roads throughout Central London. You will stop along the way to witness the amazing achievements of the London Eye, which is one of the largest observation wheels in the world. Then, under the bridge, hear the story of Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament with plentiful times to click more photos. From the Westminster School, you can admire the attractions of Westminster Abbey and then head over to St. James Park. However, the reason of beginning this tour early is to meet the pomp and pageantry accompanying with the Changing of the Guard at the Buckingham Palace. Then you will head back to Central London and walk towards Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, skirting Chinatown and Covent Garden. After that, take a break and watch some street theatre. Then, you will ride over to Sir Christopher Wren’s spectacular St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Highlighting Features of This Tour
Southbank including the National Theatre, London Eye, Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge
Westminster including Buckingham Palace and Changing of the Guard (scheduled day), Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey
West End including Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, China Town
The City including St Paul’s Cathedral, Leather Lane Market, Smithfield Market, The Old Bailey
Daily Departure at 10.30am
Duration: 3 hours
Distance: Approximately 6 miles/ 10km
This tour itinerary is available for 2nd January 2015 to 31st October 2015.