Tour London in style with a vintage open-top double-decker bus tour and spend the afternoon at one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world. HIGHLIGHTS:
* Vintage double-decker bus tour through London
* Leisurely cruise along the River Thames
* Audio guide tour of Stonehenge
* Comprehensive experience of London
With every turn the history of London will come to life before your eyes. Hop aboard our vintage bus that takes us past the capital’s must-see landmarks. Have your camera ready as we go by St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and many more along the way.
Next we embark on a leisurely cruise on the River Thames, passing Shakespeare’s Globe, Cleopatra’s Needle and London Bridge before arriving back at Westminster Pier. From here we get back on the vintage bus to Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard from a perfect viewpoint. Enjoy an hour’s free time for lunch in Victoria before our afternoon tour to Stonehenge commences.
Board a luxury air-conditioned coach and drive through the scenic Salisbury Plains to the ever-present Stonehenge. Dating back nearly 5,000 years, it has been home to pagan religion and spiritual worship as well as public debate ever since. Come and unlock the secrets for yourself and marvel at this remarkable and mysterious feat of ancient engineering and design. What better way to see the highlights of London than from onboard a vintage open top double Decker bus? We bring the history of London to life, escort you on your scenic cruise on the River Thames and take you to the perfect spot to watch the Changing of the Guard. Then, in the afternoon, we join an independent coach tour to Stonehenge that includes a fast track ticket - beat the queues. Meeting/pick-up point: Victoria Coach Station, Gate 20.
Duration: 11 hours.
Languages: Tours available with audio headsets in 10 languages: French, German, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Hindi and Korean.
Others: When the Changing of the Guard does not take place, we stop instead for photos of the Buckingham Palace.