London Exclusive: Small-Group London Sightseeing Tour: Visit St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of LondonComments Off on London Exclusive: Small-Group London Sightseeing Tour: Visit St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London
Get the most out of London on this full-day tour, which hits the best of the English capital — you can’t book this Exclusive anywhere else. Visit St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London, watch the Changing of the Guard, and be led through the British Museum. Learn about the history of London and the sights you visit, and end the day with a much better understanding of the English metropolis.
Upgrade to include entrance fees, or enjoy the flexibility of deciding on the day which attractions you’d like to visit. Numbers are limited to 15, ensuring a small-group experience.
– Fully narrated tour
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– Meet your guide at Temple Underground Station in London, then board a comfortable minivan and head to St Paul’s Cathedral. On arrival, show your pre-booked ticket or pay your entrance fee (depending on the option selected), and then explore the 17th-century cathedral on an independent, audio-guided tour.
Take in the skyline from the dome and descend to the crypt to see the tombs of famous British figures like Sir Winston Churchill.
After roughly 1.5 hours, join back up with your guide and continue to the Mall for the Changing of the Guard. Along the way, pass showstopper sights like 10 Downing Street, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, and learn more about London’s history. Hop out of your minivan in Trafalgar Square and set off on foot to Buckingham Palace. See Horse Guards Parade and other royal residences, then marvel at the pageantry of the world-famous ceremony as you march alongside the guards on the Mall.
Continue by minivan to the Tower of London, a majestic castle first built in the 11th century, stopping off on route for lunch (own expense). On arrival, opt to join a complimentary tour by one of the Beefeater guards to learn more about the tower’s role in British history. Then, enjoy time at your leisure to see the Crown Jewels, White Tower, Traitor’s Gate and other highlights. Alternatively, if you’ve not upgraded to include entrance fees, make the most of free time to explore the City of London at your own pace. Perhaps stroll along the banks of the Thames River or visit nearby Tower Bridge (own expense).
Make your final stop of the day at the British Museum, which boast the largest collection of antiquities in the world, spanning two million years. Your guide helps you navigate more easily around the vast museum and sheds light on prestigious exhibits such as the Rosetta Stone. If there’s any area of history you’re particularly interested in, let your guide know so your visit can be tailored to suit your interests.