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London Tours

Do you want to visit London at best? Our guide proposes you the best London itineraries to discover the city.
London is the best destination for who loves walking. Despite its dimensions, the majority of places of interests are quite near, so that you can easily visit them on foot.
If your stay is short and you just want to have a city overview, we suggest to have tours on board of the typical open-topped double decker buses.

Royal London


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Start from a visit to the Tower of London with the famous Crown Jewels’ Collection and the Tower Bridge with the exhibition inside its towers and its walkways, offering spectacular views across the ever-changing London skyline. Another part of Royal London can be enjoyed visiting St James’s Park and Buckingham Palace and then walking down to Piccadilly to visit the Royal Academy of Arts.

Historic London


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Begin your visit at the Tate Britain, then stroll down Millbank until you catch sight of the stunning architecture of the Parliament. Here you can admire Westminster Abbey and the Cabinet War Rooms. Just past Parliament Square, make your way down Whitehall until you reach Trafalgar Square passing along Downing Street, the Horse Guards and the Admiralty. Map of London Underground

Along the Thames


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One of the most suggestive way to enjoy London river is to start from Lambeth Palace, home to Canterbury Bishop until getting to Southwark Bridge. You’ll walk along Westminster Bridge, London Eye, Waterloo Bridge, the National Theatre, the Tate Modern, Millenium Footbridge and the Globe Theatre. By the side of the Thames is also Greenwich Quarter with the Royal Observatory, home to Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian, the Queen's House and the National Maritime Museum, all plunged into the beautiful Greenwich Park.

The West End


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At the northern boundaries of Kensington Gardens is a rich residential quarter home to many embassies. Pass through Bayswater and get to the bohemian and fashionable Notting Hill, with its coloured houses and trendy shops. At Pembridge Road you have three routes that will take you to Portobello Road, with the world famous street market.

South Kensington and Knightsbridge


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South Kensington has two major museums and you can spend an entire day at any of them. The Natural History Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum is heaven for art and design lovers and is home to 3000 years' worth of amazing artefacts from many diverse cultures.

The City


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Discover London financial district, with the Bank of England Museum, St Paul's Cathedral and the Museum of London, charting 2,000 years of London's history.

Green Paths


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London is freckled of green areas. Among the most beautiful are St James’s park, Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Parks and Holland Park.

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