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Feast your senses on the cosmopolitan culinary scene of East London during a 4 walking tour of the vibrant London district. Accompanied by an expert gastronome guide, explore the eclectic neighborhoods of Spitalfields and Shoreditch to discover spots favored by local food-lovers. Appease your appetite with the English classic of a bacon sandwich at St John Bread and Wine restaurant; delight in the complex flavors of Beigel Bake's delectable salt beef bagels; and savor creamy artisan cheese during a tasting session. Stroll the renowned Brick Lane to sample spicy curries and try the traditional British dish, fish and chips, at Poppies restaurant.
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.
Visiting Shoreditch can be overwhelming with so many eateries to choose from. Save hours looking through reviews and researching the best places to eat, by going on a tried-and-tested tour to some of the best food spots. Your guide will take you to diverse eateries, ensuring you experience Shoreditch’s full spectrum of food options—from bagels to fish and chips, to unique street food from the market, truffles, and an English dessert. You’ll also try ale, beer, or cider (or a soft drink).
Soak up the electric atmosphere of Soho by night with an after-hours food tour of London’s nightlife hub. Follow your guide, a fellow foodie, to little known cafés, restaurants and local haunts for a real taste of London’s international food scene. Along the way, sample everything from Spanish Jamón to Chinese dumplings, and get the inside scoop on the best places to eat, drink and party in Soho.
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.
Unravel the truths and myths of London’s most notorious serial killer on this 2.5-hour Jack the Ripper walking tour with a twist. Follow your guide and small-group around the notorious streets of the East End, Jack the Ripper’s one-time stomping ground, stopping along the way to sample Happy Hour specialties. Sip old-fashioned London Gin in Whitechapel, enjoy wine tasting at Spitalfields' market, then head to Brick Lane for bagels and local craft beer.
After a full day of exploring London, a classic way to relax is to indulge in the UK’s delicious comfort food. This tour shows off London’s best attractions and ends with a visit to an authentic English pub for a tasting menu of meals like fish and chips, scotched eggs, and pie and mash. The tour is perfect for anyone who wants to sample several iconic British meals in one sitting.
Learn about London’s darkest tales on a haunted London bus and walking tour. Experience the grisly histories of execution, rebellion, madness, and murder that shadow this ancient city. Discover the stories and sites of Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd, and the Cock Lane Ghost. Visit the medieval Smithfield Market and the monument of Sir Willam Wallace, then finish in Trafalgar Square where you can purchase a tasty pub dinner and drink.
London’s East End, full of fashionable boutiques and innovative eateries, is famed for its Indian cuisine. During this walking tour, you’ll navigate the buzzing bars and neon-fronted restaurants of Brick Lane with a local guide. Sample curries, savories, and sweets originating from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, and learn about London’s cosmopolitan culinary culture. More than ten dishes and two drinks are included on this small-group tour, limited to 12 food lovers.
Tick off two of London’s most-celebrated culinary institutions on a tour of Borough Market and the Beefeater gin distillery. Designed with food and gin lovers in mind, this tour gives you the chance to sample British snacks you may never have heard of before and comes with the insider knowledge of a guide, who can provide tailored food recommendation to last your entire vacation.
Go on a Magic of Film themed walking tour of London. Follow a guide along through Soho to see the Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square, and hear movie trivia as you go. You’ll also take a fun quiz to test your own movie knowledge.
Feel your spine tingle as you follow in the footsteps of violent murderers like Jack the Ripper and Sweeney Todd on a ghoulish ghost coach-and-walking tour of London. See the sinister side of the city as you creep down gas-lit alleys and secluded streets to discover London’s gory history; travel by motor coach between destinations and listen to terrifying tales told by an entertaining guide.
Get a taste of British food, from timeless recipes to creative new cuisine, on this walking tour of London Bridge and Borough Market. Follow your guide to local pubs, market stalls, artisan stores, and bakeries to sample British cheese and chutney, fish ‘n’ chips, and award-winning Lincolnshire sausage. Wash it down with London ale or cider, then indulge in a portion of treacle sponge pudding or some tasty homemade fudge.
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.
Discover some of England’s most popular attractions in one full-day tour on this trip to Stonehenge, Bath, the Cotswolds, and Stratford-upon-Avon from London. Travel by air-conditioned coach to see the prehistoric stones at Stonehenge and glorious Georgian spa city of Bath. Then, drive through the enchanting hills and villages of the Cotswolds, and visit Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare’s birthplace. Enjoy sparkling wine and scones at Shakespeare's Schoolroom, and admire this half-timbered market town.
Follow in locals’ footsteps when you go on a walking tour of Notting Hill—one of London’s most distinctive and destination-worthy neighborhoods. Meet your guide and set off on foot. You’ll see the blue door made famous by the Notting Hill film, and will browse the bustling Portobello Road Market. But you’ll also learn about the neighborhood’s surprising history, discover recording studios once frequented by Bob Marley, and explore other hidden corners.
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.
Hop aboard a vintage double-decker Routemaster bus and travel in style across London. Uncover the city’s royal secrets and history with a guided tour from a White Tower Warden at Tower of London with time to explore at your leisure and see the Crown Jewels. After passing St. Paul’s Cathedral, London Eye, Tower Bridge, and Shakespeare’s Globe, stop for a bite to eat at Borough Market. Then head to Westminster Abbey, where William and Kate were married. Receive a guided tour of the Abbey before you're treated to a scrumptious afternoon tea with all the trimmings at the Abbey’s Cellarium Café.
East London is home to some of London’s most vibrant neighborhoods, but it’s best to visit with a local guide. This 2-hour walking tour will introduce you to the historic sites, eclectic street art, and lively markets of the East End, including Spitalfields Markets, Brick Lane, and Shoreditch.
Doing your own Charles Dickens-themed tour in London may mean only skimming over the sites linked to the Victorian-era author. This private half-day guided tour steers you smoothly between the sights, and reveals details about Dickens’ work and characters for a more enriching experience than if alone. Find spots such as the Olde Curiosity Shop, explore Dickens’ house-turned-museum in Bloomsbury, and more. Entrance fees and tube tickets at your expense.
Visit the beautiful Cotswolds, Bath, and Oxford on this 2-day small-group tour from London. In two days, discover the handsome Georgian city of Bath, see the ancient stone circles of Avebury, drink in the quaint villages of the idyllic Cotswolds, and visit the medieval university city of Oxford, famous for its golden-stone architecture. An overnight stay in a 3-star hotel or bed and breakfast and round-trip travel in a top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach are included. Numbers are limited to 16 people, ensuring an intimate, small-group experience.
Glide by some of London’s must-see landmarks on a sightseeing cruise from Westminster to Greenwich on the Thames River. Step aboard your comfortable cruise boat at Westminster Pier and listen to the entertaining live commentary as you pass sights such as Shakespeare’s Globe, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London. Drink in the views from the open or indoor deck, and at Greenwich, step ashore to visit attractions (own expense) such as the Cutty Sark or National Maritime Museum. Upgrade to include a return cruise back to Westminster.
This is a backstreets of Borough tour. While Borough Market is firmly on the tourist trail, I will show you the hidden history that only locals know. Starting from the famous market we will wander and discover the heroes and villains that makes Borough such an amazing place. Behind the waterfront, with Tate Modern and the Global, there is a maze of streets, with 2,000 years of history to uncover.
Guarantee only small groups and this is a family friendly tour.
Discover the history and diversity of London by bike on a sightseeing tour. Led by a guide, pedal past the city's top sites, including Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Westminster, St. Paul's Cathedral, and Trafalgar Square. Along the way, learn about the city’s colorful history — the glorious, the infamous, and everything in between.