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The Total London Experience on Christmas Eve

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Adult   £104.00
Child  (3 - 16 Years) £94.00
Senior/Student  (60 yrs and above) £99.00
Family  (2 Adults + 2 Child under 16) £386.00
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Highlights

  • Panoramic Tour of London
  • Visit Hourse Guards Parade
  • Entry to St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Photo Stop at the Tower of London
  • Thames River Boat Ride
  • London Eye Experience
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Optional Two Course Lunch
  • Complimentary Hotel Pick Up From Over 80 Central London Hotels

Description

Dive into this history of London this Christmas Eve with a tour that will take you across the city to see the very best sights, attractions and landmarks on offer. Combining top rated London experiences with priceless sightseeing opportunities, this day tour on Christmas Eve is festive perfection.

Panoramic Tour of London
Feel the excitement of Christmas Eve in London as your tour begins with a drive through the capital to check out numerous fabulous sights. 

Photo Stop at the Tower of London
Make some lasting memories during a photo stop outside the imposing Tower of London! The tour will stop near the Tower for a short while so you can take some photographs and see this 1,000 year old London fortress in all its glory. 

Buckingham Palace and Hourse Guards Parade 
You’ll then arrive at Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. Take a walk to the front of Queen Elizabeth II’s magnificent home and see the guards in their bright red dress. We then head to the scene of many Royal Parades, the beautiful Horse Guards Parade. Did you know that Hourse Guards was used for the beach vollyball in the London Olympics in 2012?

Optional Two Course Lunch
You have the option of enjoying a delicious two course meal during a lunchtime break.

St. Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London
Journey back hundreds of years into London’s past as you take a tour through parts of London famous for monumental city events. See where the devastating Great Fire of London began on Pudding Lane in 1666 and where London was targeted during the Blitz of the 1940’s. You will then arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral, one of London’s most famous churches. This huge domed cathedral was designed by famed architect Sir Christopher Wren and is full of amazing treasures. Venture inside the revered church to marvel at the architecture and see the beautiful mosaics and stained glass windows.

River Thames Boat Ride
After seeing a lot of London on dry land, it’s time to hop aboard a boat for a relaxing cruise down the River Thames. Sail through the festive city as London gears up for Christmas Day and look out for a variety of London attractions.

Flight on the London Eye
Your Total London Experience on Christmas Eve ends with a flight on the London Eye for a sweeping view across the city! Step inside the modern glass pod and enjoy the ride as you are taken high above London’s Southbank. Spot some of the London sights you’ve seen so far during the 30 minute experience and take in the skyline as evening approaches.

Once you are brought back down to earth, your Christmas Eve in London tour will come to an end and you’ll be free to enjoy a festive night in the city!

This tour finishes at the London Eye at approximately 4.30pm

Additional Information

Inclusions:
  • Panoramic Tour of London
  • Entry to St Paul's Cathedral
  • London Eye
  • Thames River Boat Ride
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Complimentary Hotel pick up from over 80 Central London Hotels. You will be taken to our departure point to board your tour.
Exclusions:
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel returns
Please Note:
  • The Tower of London is closed on Christmas Eve.
  • If Changing of the Guards is not available we will visit the Horseguards Parade instead.