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Four Tours of London

Are you in the mist of planning a trip to London, England? If so, you probably already know there is so much for you to do and see. The city is full of beautiful and historical landmarks, all of which are considered ‘must see’ visits. If you not only want to view these landmarks, but learn about their history or see them in a slightly unusual way, then a guided tour of London is the way forward for you.

When researching London Guided Tours online, you will find that you have a number of options and we at have outlined a few below.

The Fat Tire Bike Tours


The Fat Tire Bike Tours - WHTV

Fat Tire Bike Tours was established in 1999. Their tours started in Paris and Berlin, but they have since arrived in London and you will be glad they did!
Due to the method of travel for this tour, which is by bike, only those who are healthy and fit are encouraged to take the journey. Why? Because each tour of London last approximately four hours.
Along the way, you will stop and see Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham PalaceBig Ben, and the Houses of Parliament. The Fat Tire Bike Tours is a great way to see London, especially when you are able to avoid all the city traffic and get some exercise for that well earned beer or glass of wine at the end of the day.

The Original London Sightseeing Tour


The Original London Sightseeing Tour - WHTV

The Original London Sightseeing Tour has been in the business for almost 60 years, and they have really perfected the art of sightseeing in London. As a tourist, this works to your advantage, with multiple buses and tour paths, it is difficult to pinpoint what you will see along the way, but it should include the Thames River, St Paul Cathedral, Big Ben, and the Westminster Abbey, just to name a few.
Since you are travelling on an opened top bus, also commonly referred to as a double-decker bus, this tour is perfect for people of all ages, in fact, special activities can be found onboard for children! There are many tour routes so you can see popular sites such as Westminster Abbey, The Monument and Tower Bridge as well as those lesser known attractions such as The Clink.
What is unique about this tour is the ability to hop on and hop off, once you have purchased your tickets. In addition your tickets are valid for 24 hours, and that means you can spend time at the attractions which have the greatest appeal to you. Once you want to move on, just simply wait until the next available tour bus arrives and you can continue your journey of exploring London.

Buckingham Palace Tours 


Buckingham Palace Tours - WHTV

Buckingham Palace is a well-known and popular tourist attraction in London, famous for the twice daily ‘Changing of the Guard’. It is both the office and the residence of the Queen, and is one of the few remaining working palaces in the world.
Throughout most of the summer, visitors are able to tour portions of the palace, which includes the nineteen staterooms.  
Inside these rooms, you will find some of the greatest treasures in Britain’s history, including paintings and sculptures. Tours are always available at the Palace, the guide will lead you around the wonderful rooms, as well as share the history and interesting facts about this historical landmark.

Duck Tours in London


Duck Tours in London - WHTV

Out of all the tours in London, you will find the Duck Tour to be one of the most exciting and unique.  Your journey begins by entering an authentic amphibious landing vehicle from World War II.  These vehicles, which tend to resemble a duck, have been restored for sightseeing.
Duck Tours of London are available throughout the day and a tour lasts approximately 75 minutes. Your tour will start and conclude with a ‘Splashdown’, this is when your duck vehicle travels right into the Thames River!  From here you will travel past iconic buildings such at the Millennium Bridge, The Tower of London, Tate Modern and Big Ben.
The four above mentioned guided tours of London are just a few of your options.  You do have hundreds to choose from and the team at will be looking to discover and indulge in a few more in the next coming months.  

 If you would like to do something a little unusual. then why not take a  look at our feature on the Hidden Treasures of London – Click Here

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