Full Day London Sightseeing Tour
- Gray Line’s Award-winning Best Choice Tour
- Soak in London’s most spectacular sights with a panoramic tour of the capital
- See the iconic Changing of the Guard ceremony
- Come up close to the historic Crown Jewels at the formidable Tower of London
- Cruise through the heart of the city on a River Thames boat ride
- Take a ride on the London Eye in one of the iconic glass capsules
- Cancelled bookings up to 24 hours before travel receive a full refund
- This tour operates in English and Spanish
- You must bring the e-ticket provided to gain entry to this tour.
- On Sunday's, due to Church services, there is no guiding inside St Paul’s Cathedral.
- The Changing of the Guard may not take place under adverse weather conditions. If this occurs we will visit the Horse Guards for a photo stop instead.
- Our vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day. To see our health and safety policy, click here.
Nothing beats a fully guided tour of London. It’s a chance to learn lots about the UK’s capital city whilst ticking off all those must-see famous landmarks. We are pleased to offer you flexibility on your full-day tour of London, by giving you the option to choose the number of attractions you would like to visit on the day. Simply select the package you prefer (from the pricing panel on this page), and we will take care of the rest. Below is the information for all elements that can be included.
Panoramic Tour of London
Kick off your exhilarating day out in London with a panoramic guided tour of the capital’s most well-loved landmarks. Familiarise yourself with one of the most popular cities in the world from the comfort of your seat and use your camera or smart phone to get snap-happy.
St Paul’s Cathedral
After driving past the historic royal wedding and coronation venue of Westminster Abbey in Parliament Square, you’ll have to tear yourself away from Westminster. The next stop is the equally enchanting St Paul’s Cathedral. Stretch your legs and explore this dominating church – the towering dome masks a number of tombs, memorials and intricately painted mosaics. Discover more about Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece and the wedding venue of Princess Diana and Charles.
Buckingham Palace & Changing of the Guard
We can’t guarantee the King will be home (be sure to look out for the flag!), but a photo stop outside London‘s Buckingham Palace is still a royal treat. Watch the King’s Foot Guard march to the palace alongside a military band during the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony – they’ll be decked out in their eye-catching red outfits and bearskin hats. We will visit Horseguards Parade when the ceremony is not available.
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You won’t stay on dry land for long though as the soaring London Eye Experience awaits. Step into one of the iconic glass capsules and ascend 135 metres above ground level for spectacular sights of the capital! Try to identify the London attractions you have visited from the roomy glass capsule during this bird’s eye view of the city. On a good day, you can even see as far as Windsor Castle!
River Thames Boat Ride
After the London Eye, it’ll be time to head to the water and enjoy a relaxing River Thames Boat Ride. Take in the sights from the heart of London during this leisurely trip before docking at Tower Pier.
Extended Visit at the Tower of London
Refreshed and ready to delve into the colourful past of London’s most famous tower? The Tower of London conceals secrets that are equally fascinating, gruesome and inspiring. Be blinded by the glittering Crown Jewels or watch out for Anne Boleyn’s ghost lurking near where she was beheaded on Tower Green. Discover the Royal Beasts Exhibition, the Royal Mint and meet a Beefeater at one of London’s most historic landmarks!
Get acquainted with the Beefeaters during an exclusive tour with one of the Yeoman Warders. Expect tantalising inside information and grisly stories from these ‘guardians’ of the Tower – they were once responsible for watching over ill-fated prisoners.
Departure point: Bus Stop 8, Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria SW1W 9SZ
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Directions from Victoria Station to Bus Stop 8: Exit Victoria Station via the Buckingham Palace Road Entrance, to the right of the Gatwick Express platforms. Turn left and walk down Buckingham Palace Road until you reach the first main junction. When it’s safe to do so, cross the road at the traffic lights and continue to walk straight for around 40 yards. Your coach will NOT depart from Victoria Coach Station..
The London Eye is a short walk from Waterloo Underground Station and Waterloo Rail Station. Tower of London is a short walk from Tower Hill London Underground station.