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Have exclusive access to one of London’s most popular and in-demand landmarks, and bypass the crowds, on this VIP tour of the Tower of London. Begin the tour with early, skip-the-line access, and see the tower’s storied opening ceremony. With just a small group for company, you’ll explore the landmark’s highlights. You’ll also be among the first visitors to enter the Tower of London’s world-famous Jewel House, where the glittering Crown Jewels await.
Delve into London’s legendary rock music history on this morning, afternoon or full-day tour. Hop aboard your coach and check off the English capital’s top rock ‘n’ roll landmarks, from ‘Tin Pan Alley,’ where the Rolling Stones cut their first record, to the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing. This small-group tour is limited to just 16 participants, ensuring a more intimate experience with personalized attention from the guide.
Swap the bustle of London for the rural beauty of the Cotswolds on this full-day trip, including a 2-course lunch. Traveling to the Cotswolds from London by comfortable, air-conditioned coach, drink in the rolling countryside and slow pace of this enchanting region, famous for its stone-built villages, lush pastures and old-world atmosphere. Enjoy free time to stroll around gorgeous towns and villages such as Burford, Bibury and Stow-in-the-Wold; and break midway to enjoy a traditional English lunch at an old Cotswolds hotel restaurant, complete with stone fireplace and oak beams.
Delve into London’s rich musical history on a magical mystery tour of the capital’s rock ‘n’ roll sites. With a knowledgeable guide, tour the vibrant city in a luxury minivan and visit renowned clubs, famous hotels, and record labels associated with rock ‘n’ roll legends like The Beatles, Jimmy Page, and Bill Wyman. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to only 16 people.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of World War II on an enriching and emotionally stirring tour of London Westminster with a knowledgeable guide. Descend to the subterranean Churchill War Rooms, an underground network of bunkers that functioned as wartime offices, and enrich your knowledge of British history with commentary that covers little known facts. As you explore, see iconic London sights like the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, and delve into the life and work of former British prime minister, Winston Churchill.
Get acquainted with two iconic London monuments on a half-day tour of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. While gaining fascinating insight into the royal history of Great Britain, absorb the Gothic grandeur of Westminster Abbey’s interior and head inside the Houses of Parliament—home to the renowned Big Ben—to see highlights like the House of Commons and Lord’s Chamber. From your guide, learn about the United Kingdom’s political system and major historic events while touring the prominent landmarks.
The University City of Oxford and the idyllic countryside of The Cotswolds are two of the most popular day trips from London, but visiting on a large group tour can mean less time to explore. This full-day small-group tour ensures a personalized experience, with free time to admire Oxford landmarks like the Bridge of Sighs, Christchurch Cathedral, and the Ashmolean Museum, and visit the villages of Burford and Bibury.
Check off some of England’s most famous and most beautiful sights on this 5-day tour of Cornwall and Devon from London. Traveling in a top of the range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach, visit a handful of the region’s prettiest towns and most iconic attractions. Unravel the mysteries surrounding Stonehenge; explore Exeter and Dartmoor; discover castles, churches and beyond in Cornwall; hear about Glastonbury’s connection with King Arthur; and much, much more. Numbers limited to just 16 people to ensure a more personalized experience.
Limited time in London doesn’t have to mean a limited view of the capital. Soak up the key sights in just one action-packed day on this guided small-group tour. Explore Westminster Abbey and watch the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace. Then cruise the Thames River to Tower Bridge and explore its inner workings before delving into British history at the Tower of London.
Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament are two of London’s highlight landmarks—and on this tour, you’ll have special access to both. Skip the line at Westminster Abbey and head inside the soaring church, where your guide will share facts about its royal history. Next, you’ll have the rare opportunity to explore parts of the interior of the Houses of Parliament, which is frequently off-limits to the public.
Step back in time to 1960s London when Beatlemania gripped the world and London was the epicenter of it all. On this 2-hour evening walking tour, see more than 35 key sites from the Beatles’ London story, including Apple HQ, Abbey Road and set locations for the band’s various films. Learn about the band members’ individual and collective histories as you snap photos, tour landmarks, and enjoy rare music and film clips!
Discover some of southern England’s most visited spots on this day trip from London. Delve into the history of the British Royal Family on an audio guided tour of Windsor Castle, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s official residences. Unearth Neolithic secrets at Stonehenge, the UNESCO-listed stone circle that dates back thousands of years. Then explore Christchurch College, the Bodleian Library, and other renowned university buildings during a guided Oxford city tour.
Discover The Beatles’ hometown on this rail day trip to Liverpool from London. Visit The Beatles Story attraction, packed with memorabilia and replicas of Beatles’ sites; and enjoy a Magical Mystery coach tour of locations linked to the Fab Four including Penny Lane and the Cavern Club.
Discover three of southern England’s top sights on this full-day coach trip from London to Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, and Dover. Pass the maritime historical buildings of Greenwich on your way to scenic Kent, a county known as the ‘Garden of England.’ Take a private look around stunning Leeds Castle before the crowds arrive, and enjoy a privileged tour of UNESCO-listed Canterbury Cathedral. End your day with views of Dover Castle and the famous White Cliffs of Dover.
Take a day out of your London city break to visit Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Warwick Castle, traveling to three of England’s most-popular locations. Begin with a tour of Warwick Castle before heading to Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare's birthplace. Then explore Oxford and its university buildings, and drive through the Cotsworlds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Tailor-made for archaeology fans, this private walking tour takes you off the tourist track and into the nooks and crannies of central London where Roman ruins still lurk, almost 2,000 years after they were built. Discover the old Roman baths, the ancient city walls, the remains of an amphitheater, and, when access allows, the Temple of Mithras that rests beneath a 21st-century office tower.
Step into a world of Jane Austen during a day trip from London to Hampshire, the 18th-century novelist’s home. With your own private guide, you’ll travel through the county’s rural villages, exploring Winchester and stopping at Jane Austen’s House Museum where classics such as Emma and Pride and Prejudice were written or revised. The bespoke private tour is led by a knowledgeable guide so you’ll get all the background info on Jane Austen as you explore.
Trace the legacy of the Fab Four, and enjoy a passport back in time to 1960s London, on this private, half-day tour. Meet your guide at your accommodation or a pickup point of your choosing, and travel in the comfort of a classic black cab. You’ll visit buzzing neighborhoods like Soho and Marylebone, will learn Beatles-related history from your guide, and will even make a stop at the famed Abbey Road Studios.
Ideal for travelers looking to escape the city, this tour takes you to the quaint villages of the Cotswolds, an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ characterized by rural landscapes and limestone houses. Departing London on a private vehicle equipped with Wi-Fi, you’ll stroll around the villages of Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Lower Slaughter, and Yanworth. Snacks and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Travel through more than 150 years of history on a 2-hour London Underground tube tour, designed to delight history buffs. Starting at Baker Street, one of London’s oldest tube stations, you’ll learn about the history of the tube and glimpse an abandoned tube station that few commuters know exists. Plus, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Lose yourself in England’s storybook villages as you tour the picturesque Cotswolds and the medieval town of Stratford-upon-Avon on this full-day tour from London. Walk in the footsteps of England’s most iconic playwright as you tour Shakespeare’s birthplace and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon. After tucking into a packed lunch (included), marvel at the traditional English villages, rolling hills and thatched-roof cottages of the Cotswolds, as you visit Bibury, Burford and Bourton-on-the-water.
No visit to England would be complete without experiencing quintessential traditions such as the Changing of the Guard. See British culture come to life from select prime vantage points. In a small group limited to 15, observe the Queen’s iconic foot guards, clad in red tunics and bearskin hats, and watch the household cavalry put on an impressive display. Follow history-rich guide commentary with ease using a headset.
Uncover centuries of British history on a full-day guided coach tour of three unique historic landmarks, including two of England’s most visited UNESCO World Heritage sites. Learn about legendary royals like Henry VIII, Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth at the lavish Windsor Castle, then unravel the mysteries of the enigmatic stone circle of Stonehenge, which dates back more than 5,000 years. Finally, visit the Roman spa town of Bath, an architectural marvel famed for its natural thermal springs and the Roman Baths.
With such a high concentration of historic sights, Westminster is an essential stop for any visitor to London. After a 3-hour walking tour of the borough’s attractions, descend into Churchill’s War Room to learn the secrets of the famous leader as he strategized during World War II. This tour is perfect for history buffs looking for a manageable but extensive tour to fit into a busy schedule.