A Vintage Double-Decker Bus Tour of London with a River Thames Cruise

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Whether it's your first or fifth visit to London, traveling in a double-decker bus is the perfect way to get an overview of the city. This comprehensive guided tour includes a cruise on the Thames, and is the perfect orientation if it's your first time in London, and visitors who have been there before will be able to discover new facts and hear new stories through professional commentary on a tour of London aboard a double-decker bus.


The red imperial buses are a beloved icon of London, and the only way to see the city. Be ready with your cameras to immortalize your passage in front of Saint Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.


Highlights

  • Performed in French, English

You will have the opportunity to discover other characteristic sites of London, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.

Then, you will board a boat directly for a cruise on the Thames to see all of London's famous landmarks and bridges from a different vantage point. The cruise passes Shakespeare's Globe, Cleopatra's Needle and London Bridge before arriving at Westminster Pier to rejoin the bus to Buckingham Palace.

Watch the world-famous Changing of the Guard as soldiers, dressed in their fabulous uniforms and furry caps, march to military music. If you don't arrive at the time of the changing of the guard, you will stop to take a photo of the Horseguards.

Add any of the following attractions for a complete overview of the City of London:


Top attractions in London:
Benefit from "worry-free" entry to the London Eye or the Tower of London. Pre-booking and pre-paid tickets guarantee fast access to London's top attractions.


Shuttle to Stonehenge:
Combine this excursion with an afternoon visit to Stonehenge. After the morning tour of London, you will disembark at the Victoria Coach bus stop, where shuttles are ready to depart at 13:30 p.m. for a round trip (5 hours) to Stonehenge. Designed to take you to Stonehenge on a quick, independent and hassle-free excursion, you are welcome to collect your entrance tickets (including the price of the visit) and a free audio guide, before you begin your exploration at your own pace.



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