Double-Decker Bus and River Tour of London Plus Excursion to Stonehenge from £45 with Premium Tours
- Tours around UK, European cities, and heritage sites
- Train, black cab and vintage open-top bus tours
- Nine hour tour of London and Stonehenge for one, two, or four
- Refurbished open-top red double-decker bus
- River Thames cruise to see the Globe and Cleopatra’s Needle
- Followed by coach tour to Stonehenge and Salisbury Plain
- Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
- Views of Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament
Limit 1 per person, 2, or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via firstname.lastname@example.org by emailing vouchers along with full names, contact details, and preferred date of travel. Once confirmed, email with instructions will be sent. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Coach departs at 9am at Hilton Hyde Park. Tour ends at 6pm. Due to the Olympics between 25 July and 14 August 2012 tour will depart from Victoria Coach Station gate 5, there will be no audio guides available, the changing of the guard will not be running, and route changes are subject to traffic and road closures. Valid on option purchased only.
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Quietly respected for their extensive knowledge of capital cities, referees often prefer the relative calm of a whistle-stop tour. Get on side with today's Groupon for a double-decker bus and river tour of London, followed by an excursion to Stonehenge with Premium Tours. Choose from the following options:• £45 for one adult
• £90 for two adults
• £180 for four adults
Hopping aboard the restored 1950s double-decker bus, visitors are whisked away from Hilton Hyde Park at 9am for a capital tour with all the trimmings. The on-board guide fills in historical blanks with regards to London’s most famed structures, including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. After witnessing the infamous Traitors’ Gate, cultural pilgrims can swap bus for river boat, for some waterborne sightseeing on the Thames. The cruise winds past Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre,and allows prominent sightings of the ancient Egyptian obelisk, Cleopatra’s Needle.
A final spin on the bus takes travellers past Buckingham Palace, ideally just in time for the ceremonial changing of the Guard. If sentries decide not to flaunt their precise choreography, the Horse Guards Parade provides an equally impressive photo opportunity. Leaving London behind at Victoria station, guests are then swept towards Stonehenge for the last leg of the tour. The coach winds through the scenic chalky plateau of Salisbury Plain before coming to a standstill at the monolithic and iconic monument of Stonehenge. Squeezing into prime position with the aid of a fast track ticket, visitors can enjoy an audio tour of the site before being transported back to London in time for 6pm.
Whether drawn to regal residences, murder mysteries, or quaffing champagne on top of the Eiffel Tower, serial sightseers can have their thirst for travel quenched by Premium Tours. Destination delvers can scour the streets of London from the top of a roofless road-mobile, sample the epicurean delights of jellied eels, or make like a monarch with a light lunch at Harrods.
TripAdvisors award Premium Tours a splendid 4/5 stars. While some reviewers would have liked slightly more time at some attractions, they are keen to celebrate the memorable sights, the engaging guides and their enlightening anecdotes.
This is a terrific tour for anyone who has a short time in London. We were able to see many of the sights that London is famous for as well as many out of the way sights that only a tour guide with much knowledge of the city would know …
– travelpappy, TripAdvisor, May 2012
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