Highlights of the Total London Full Day Sightseeing Tour
- Be the first group to go inside St. Paul’s Cathedral with professional tour guide
- Panoramic tour of the city : Sights include Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace
- Entrance to the Tower of London – See the world famous Crown Jewels
- Private boat trip on the river Thames
- Flight on the London Eye
- Experience the Changing of the guards ceremony
- Luxury Air-conditioned coach with Free Wi-Fi on board
Total London Full Day Sightseeing Tour
St. Paul’s Cathedral
The total London full day sightseeing tour starts with a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral in the morning. You will be the first to enter this masterpiece which was designed by Wren in 1673 with a professional tour guide. Inside listen to the 1695 organ that Mendelssohn once played and also see the tombs of Nelson and Wellington.
Note – On Sundays there will be no guiding inside the cathedral due to church services.
After the visit of St. Paul’s Cathedral, your next stop will be Westminster Abbey where you will have time to take photos before proceeding to experience the Changing of the Guards ceremony.
Buckingham Palace & Change of Guards
Watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony and see the guards dressed in their world famous tunics and busbies. If the Guard Change is not taking place, you will still see the Horse guards parade.
Free time will be given for lunch and the tour guide will be happy to suggest places to eat.
The Tower of London – Private Tour
The tour then continues with a visit to the Tower of London which was built in 1066 by William the Conqueror. The professional tour guide will entertain you with some fascinating insights into the history of this Royal Palace and fortress. Enough time will be given to view the Crown Jewels and the White Tower and explore this impressive fortress.
Extended boat trip on the River Thames with Champagne Afternoon Tea
You will then proceed to experience a one hour private cruise on the River Thames. Enjoy spectacular views of Tower Bridge, The Shard, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Shakespeare’s Globe from the comfort of your seat.
Flight on the London Eye
The London Eye stands at almost 135 meters above the center of London, this popular attraction is the world’s highest observation wheel and offers great views of the city. This will be your final stop and the tour ends here.