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Enjoy a scenic boat cruise down the South Bank of the Thames as you make your way to the historic Anchor Bankside public house. Stop here for a traditional fish-and-chips dinner with an English ale before a walk along the river, stopping at some of the city’s most famous pubs along the way.

Board a boat at Embankment Pier and sail to London Bridge. Pass the National Theatre and spot the London Eye Ferris wheel and the Tate Modern Art Gallery, along with restaurants, shops, and street musicians. Pass under several London bridges, including Waterloo, Southwark, and Millennium.

Disembark at London Bridge and stroll along the river, passing The Clink, a museum that was converted from a 12th-century prison. Head further downstream and stop at the Anchor Bankside pub. Dine on a traditional fish-and-chips dinner and grab an English ale before continuing on your walk.

Make your way to the Globe Theatre. Built in 1997, this new theater was constructed to replace Shakespeare’s original built in 1599. Head to The George Inn, a converted 17th-century old coaching house, for a nightcap. See the Tower Bridge on your way back to Trafalgar Square and finish off the evening at a pub, club, or head back to your hotel to relax.

Enjoy a scenic boat cruise down the South Bank of the Thames as you make your way to the historic Anchor Bankside public house. Stop here for a traditional fish-and-chips dinner with an English ale before a walk along the river, stopping at some of the city’s most famous pubs along the way.

Board a boat at Embankment Pier and sail to London Bridge. Pass the National Theatre and spot the London Eye Ferris wheel and the Tate Modern Art Gallery, along with restaurants, shops, and street musicians. Pass under several London bridges, including Waterloo, Southwark, and Millennium.

Disembark at London Bridge and stroll along the river, passing The Clink, a museum that was converted from a 12th-century prison. Head further downstream and stop at the Anchor Bankside pub. Dine on a traditional fish-and-chips dinner and grab an English ale before continuing on your walk.

Make your way to the Globe Theatre. Built in 1997, this new theater was constructed to replace Shakespeare’s original built in 1599. Head to The George Inn, a converted 17th-century old coaching house, for a nightcap. See the Tower Bridge on your way back to Trafalgar Square and finish off the evening at a pub, club, or head back to your hotel to relax.

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Famous Pubs Evening Tour & River Thames Cruise

Activity/Location

London

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Embankment Pier

    London


Highlights

  • Fish & chips dinner at the historic Anchor Bankside pub

  • Relaxing Thames River cruise along the vibrant South Bank

  • Views of Shakespeare’s famous Globe Theatre

  • Guided by an expert in the history & culture of London pubs

  • Nightcap at The George Inn, one of London’s oldest pubs


Inclusions

  • Guided walking tour of London's South Bank

  • Dinner with beverage (half-pint of beer or 1 soft drink)

  • 1 drink (nightcap)

  • River cruise

  • Commentary in German


Know Before You Book

  • Children 17 and younger are not allowed.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 4 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

London, United Kingdom