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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Based just a ten-minute walk from Tower Bridge station in central London, Anderson Tours offers a wide variety of tours for adventurous types seeking short breaks, weekends away or day excursions. A wealth of historic landmarks and towns are within reach, such as Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and Cambridge to name just a few, and for those looking to travel further afield, two-, three- or four-day tours of popular European cities are also available. Accommodation, tour guides and travel arrangements are all taken care of so that customers can enjoy a thoroughly memorable and worry-free trip. The company can also provide tailor-made packages for groups looking to plan out their own unique experience.
Very well organised. Had a nice day out.
Trip was ruined by a bunch of loud and inconsiderate individuals allowed to make relentless noise and drink alcohol on the trip from 6am until the end.
The whole trip was very well organised, we had a really nice tour guide Nick who talked us through the day and had some great insight into different areas we were travelling. It did take a really long time, which is no one's fault, and I'm not sure I would do a coach trip again as the people on the coach kind of ruined our day.
do not book this.. advert is misleading. You only get about 2 and a half hours in the market. It is not worth the amount of travel to go all the way to then rush around a market
Fabulous day trip, drivers & guide Nick were great. Went the extra mile to make the day run smoothly. Highly recommend.
Brilliant. Our tour guide Catherine S was very helpful and pleasant.
Had a pleasant experience.
Would go on another excursion with them .
I would have given one star but the staff in the office were excellent. Sandra, our 'guide', seemed to have no interest in the trip or knowledge of the areas. On driving through Glastonbury, she actually said things like, "There's a car dealership...oh, they have a McDonald's". Her great insight was that living in the countryside is quieter than living in London. And she kept making snarky comments about how she could smell people's cheese purchases when we left the Cheddar Gorge. "Turn right for nature and left for the shops" is insufficient background information for a visit to the Cheddar Gorge, in my opinion. I have no idea how she got the job as she has no interest in interacting with people, nor any discernible interest in English history.
EXCELLENT DRIVER, TOUR GUIDE AND COMFORTABLE COACH 🚑