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Monday, 3 July 2017
Royal London Tour including Buckingham Palace & Changing of the Guard
Panoramic tour of London
Visit St Paul's Cathedral
See the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
Visit inside Buckingham Palace with special timed entry
Luxury air-conditioned vehicle
Enjoy a whistle-stop tour of London's famous monuments and marvel at the history of London's modern masterpieces from the comfort of your seat. Have your cameras ready for our photo stop at the spectacular Westminster Abbey.
St Paul's Cathedral
Towering high over the City of London, magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral is widely considered to be Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece. (On Sundays, due to Church services, there is no guiding inside St Paul’s Cathedral).
The Changing of the Guard
A mass of red tunics, bearskins and Buckingham Palace - an unforgettable experience! (We will visit Horseguards Parade when the ceremony is not available)
Buckingham Palace - ‘Special Timed Entry with Multimedia Tour.'
Special timed entry ensures your visit to the official residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 will be a breathtaking experience. Open for just eight weeks a year, viewing the State rooms is an opportunity not to be missed! Marvel at the splendour of the rooms, used on official occasions by The Queen to entertain her guests. Be dazzled by the beautiful ballroom and throne room, before completing your royal tour with a walk through the stunning south garden.
Your escorted tour finishes outside the Palace at approximately noon. You can then enjoy your visit to the Palace and spend as much time as you wish inside.
Posted by All About London at 4:51:00 pm