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Breezy Britain and London Adventure

A qualified tour guide escorts delegates as only true professionals can by organizing frequent and excellent day or evening walking tours of London for the groups who are fearless of the British weather!

The London Millennium Mile Tour No. 0411/E

Please note that this tour is fully accessible to the disabled.

Also known as: South Bank Promenade

This is the most dramatic tour of London. It takes you along many historic areas.London Promenade County Hall, the London Eye which offers amazing panoramic views of the city. Hungerford bridge originally designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel is transformed by the addition of two footbridges improving links across the river. The Royal Festival Hall built for the Festival of Britain in 1951. The Hayward Gallery.

London Eye The Blackfriar, the National Film Theatre, which screens over 2000 films every year and is home to the internationally renowned London Film Festival every November. The National Theatre made of 3 theatres. It's, not only one of the world's most advanced theatre complexes, but its terraces offer great views and the chance to eat and drink or watch a FREE performance in Theatre Square. Banners works of art in an open air gallery and Gabriel's Wharf features bars, restaurants, craft shops, the Bernie Spain Gardens enjoying one of the Coin Street Festival free events.

Tate ModernOxo Tower Wharf with its famous art deco tower and a FREE rooftop public viewing gallery. Its Museum gives an insight into the history of the area. Blackfriars bridge, Bankside Gallery home to works on paper by the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Bankside Power Station which has been restored and transformed into a stunning modern art gallery. The Millennium Bridge, St Pauls Cathedral.

The Globe TheatreThe Shakespeare's Globe with guided tours of the theatre when not in performance. The Rose Theatre site and discover Vinopolis City of Wine plus the Golden Hinde a full scale replica of the ship sailed by Sir Francis Drake. Southwark Cathedral a place of worship for a thousand years with its Elizabethan theatrical connections.

London Bridge and the London Dungeon, The Churchill's Britain at War Exhibition, The Old Operating Theatre in St Thomas's Hospital, the Museum and Herb Garrett, the oldest surviving operating theatre in the country. HMS Belfast only surviving big gun armoured warship from the Second World War, Greater London TFL striking modern building.

Tower Bridge Experience, the Design Museum and the Butlers Wharf Complex, the Port of London at the Pub Mayflower from where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail to the "New World" centuries ago.... and many more.

Price: £ 117.00 flat rate; from 1 person to a group of 50 - Half Day

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Legal London Tour No. 0413/E

Royal Courts of JusticeYou must not miss this tour. It is the most unusual way to see London and the British Legal System at work. Some are the Round Church, Lincolns Inn Fields houses the most spectacular selection of places: Sir John Soane's House, Inns of Court, Old Curiosity Shop, Record Office, College of Surgical Science, Royal Court of Justice, Tea Museum, St Clement's Danes: the church of the “Oranges and Lemons” to end at “The George” Pub.

Price: £ 117.00 flat rate from 1 to 50 people - Half Day

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London City Of Westminster Tour No. 0414/E

ParliamentPlaces such as: Westminster Tube Station at 09.00, Westminster bridge, the London Eye, the Pier, Bodicea. The Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Victoria Tower, Westminster Hall, the Jewel House, Chapter House, Henry VII Chapel and the Cloisters of Westminster Abbey, Westminster School, Methodist Central Hall, Middlesex Guildhall. Scotland Yard, Caxton Hall, Buckingham Palace, Charging of The Guard (Weather permitting) St. James's Park, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner and concluding near Harrods.

Price: £ 117.00 flat rate from 1 to 50 persons.

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British Museum And National Gallery Tour No. 0415E

Egyptian Gallery of The British MuseumHighlights of the Great National and International Medieval Master Painters from the 13th. Century to the Pre-Raphaelite Period. The Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles, the Egyptian Mummies, Roman relics, the Assyrian Temples, Totem and Oriental Artifacts.

Price: £ 119.00 flat rate from 1 person to 50 people - Half Day

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