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Best of London Tour with London Eye & Thames Cruise

by Premium Tours Duration 9h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $148

Check out the most famous landmarks in London, including the St. Paul's Cathedral, the Changing of the Guard, and Tower of London. Afterward, take a ride on the massive London Eye, appreciating a one-of-a-kind birds-eye view of the city.

Drive past some of London's most famous landmarks, including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, before visiting as one of the first groups the incredible St. Paul’s Cathedral. Designed in 1673 by Sir Christopher Wren, the building exudes an unparalleled majesty that is readily apparent during a comprehensive tour of the inside.

Travel to the Mall to see the Changing of the Guard. Outfitted in their world-famous tunics and busbies, the Queens Household Regiment marches to military music from St. James Palace to Buckingham Palace. Next, take an extended boat trip on the River Thames, enjoying views of St. Paul's Cathedral and Shakespeare's Globe before breaking for lunch. After lunch get your photo taken at Westminster Abbey.

In the afternoon visit the Tower of London. Check out the Crown Jewels and take free time to explore on your own, choosing to visit Traitors Gate, the armories, or even the Bloody Tower.

Finally, board the London Eye, centrally located in the heart of the capital. Relax as the wheel gracefully rotates over the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.

Check out the most famous landmarks in London, including the St. Paul's Cathedral, the Changing of the Guard, and Tower of London. Afterward, take a ride on the massive London Eye, appreciating a one-of-a-kind birds-eye view of the city.

Drive past some of London's most famous landmarks, including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, before visiting as one of the first groups the incredible St. Paul’s Cathedral. Designed in 1673 by Sir Christopher Wren, the building exudes an unparalleled majesty that is readily apparent during a comprehensive tour of the inside.

Travel to the Mall to see the Changing of the Guard. Outfitted in their world-famous tunics and busbies, the Queens Household Regiment marches to military music from St. James Palace to Buckingham Palace. Next, take an extended boat trip on the River Thames, enjoying views of St. Paul's Cathedral and Shakespeare's Globe before breaking for lunch. After lunch get your photo taken at Westminster Abbey.

In the afternoon visit the Tower of London. Check out the Crown Jewels and take free time to explore on your own, choosing to visit Traitors Gate, the armories, or even the Bloody Tower.

Finally, board the London Eye, centrally located in the heart of the capital. Relax as the wheel gracefully rotates over the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.

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7:45 AM, Tour in English

Duration 9h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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$147.99

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Best of London Tour with London Eye & Thames Cruise

Activity Location

London

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Victoria Coach Station Gates 19-20

    London SW1W 9TP


Highlights

  • Tour covering many of London's most famous landmarks

  • Stunning views of the city skyline from the London Eye

  • Exclusive boat trip past sites along the River Thames

  • Fast-track entry to the majestic St Paul's Cathedral

  • A stop at the royal Buckingham Palace


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of London

  • Admission fees

  • Thames River cruise

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Meals and beverages

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


Know Before You Book

  • Children 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • If the Changing of the Guard ceremony does not take place, there is a photo stop at Buckingham Palace.

  • Please note on Sundays there is no guiding inside the cathedral due to church services.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Best of London Tour with London Eye & Thames Cruise ratings based on 58 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

5/5 Jul 27, 2019

The queue was extremely long but it went really fast . It was really nicely organized. The view is breathtaking of course. We loved it, it was worth waiting in the line.

4/5 Jul 17, 2019

This is a great tour if you haven’t done the touristy things in London. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and the driver was very skillful at navigating these very busy streets. My favorite part of the tour was St. Pauls Cathedral. Our guide, David, I was quite keen on sharing information about the notables entombed there. The changing of the guard was a bit hectic and we actually lost David and didn’t catch up with him again until the Tower of London. The land and I was excruciatingly crowded and waiting on the queue was torment. Not sure it was worth the 30 minutes in the sky. Some of the other sites were under construction, such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament but there is still plenty of other sites to see. The ferry ride on the Thames was relaxing as David pointed out the various bridges. Overall, nice indeed.

Vaughan D

United States

3/5 Jun 30, 2019

Too Large of a Group, our tour guide "Steve" who was good had to lead a bus load of tourists (53) around our sites. This is too many, especially when you have a large extended family of selfish and inconsiderate people included. The bus ride was inefficient, going from one side of town to another and back again. You can do what the bus tour did on your own. No special entry of line jumping included with this tour. And at boarding, crazy crowded and busy as they tried to load at least 6 busses (maybe 8), at the bus station. Two separate employees told us to get on the wrong line for the wrong bus. The group behind us (on the wrong line) was then unable to get aboard a bus as the correct one was full. The London Eye ticket is a group ticket so you need to wait on line like everyone else. We thought we'd get a paper ticket and could use it at another time but not the case (as some ppl reported in other reviews). You eat at the Tower of London area which has a fair variety of choices.

Russell M

United States