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Liverpool and The Beatles Day Tour from London

1. Liverpool and The Beatles Day Tour from London

Arriving at Liverpool Lime Street, you'll have time to explore this Victorian City - stroll along the world-famous waterfront admiring the stunningly refurbished Albert Dock Complex. These beautifully restored dock warehouses are now home to a dazzling collection of bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and other unique attractions. Your tour includes tickets to The Beatles Story, where you can experience the most sensational story the pop world has ever known! In the afternoon your 'Magical Mystery Tour' is waiting to take you away! This 2-hour tour takes you around all the landmarks in the lives of the Fab Four, including their homes, schools, birthplaces, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and many other significant spots. Ends at the famous Cavern Club.

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From London: Luxury Paris Full-Day Trip

2. From London: Luxury Paris Full-Day Trip

Enjoy a full-day tour of Paris, with round trip transfers from London by Eurostar. Upon arrival at St. Pancras international in London, a representative will escort you to your reserved seat on board the 06:55 train to Paris. They will be available as your guide throughout the day. Relax on the 2-hour 15-minute train journey. Then, take a panoramic bus tour to see some of the most iconic landmarks of the "City of Lights," such as the Notre Dame cathedral, Napoleon’s triumphal Arc de Triomphe, and the luxury hotels and stores of the Champs-Elysees. Next, you’ll be treated to a special tour of the Eiffel Tower. Skip the long lines and go straight to a reserved lunch at the 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant on the 1st-floor. 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant will reopen, serving contemporary brasserie cuisine, in October 2020 with two Michelin stars and chef Thierry Marx Enjoy. Enjoy panoramic views of the city and feast on a delicious 2-course meal of French cuisine. Continue after lunch with a cruise down the River Seine, gliding through the heart of Paris for spectacular views of Place de la Concorde, the Musée D’Orsay, and much more. Complete your experience by exploring the streets at leisure. A guided tour of the Louvre is available for those who prefer to see the “Mona Lisa” and other magnificent art works. Return to the Gare Du Nord for your 19:13 Eurostar departure back to London, with check-in closing 45 minutes before departure. Arrive in London at approximately 20:30 for the end of tour services.

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London: Sherlock Holmes 3-Hour Private Guided Tour

3. London: Sherlock Holmes 3-Hour Private Guided Tour

Immerse yourself in the world of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on a half-day tour that is perfect for fans of the hit BBC TV series “Sherlock” as well as the original books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and walk you to 221B Baker Street, the famous fictional address of Holmes, and now home to the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Now protected as a place of "special architectural and historical interest,” the handsome house includes a 1st floor study that has been faithfully maintained to depict the Victorian era. Pop into the next door Sherlock Holmes Store to purchase Sherlock memorabilia, and continue to locations in Central London used to recreate the Victorian atmosphere in the hit BBC series. Your guide can take you to Russell Square to show you where John Watson met the old friend that would change his life forever, or go to New Scotland Yard, headquarters of the Metropolitan Police on historic Whitehall. You will also see the spot where Sherlock jumps (or falls) to his "death" in the “Sherlock” cliffhanger episode “The Reichenbach Fall.”

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London: Hampton Court Private Guided Tour

4. London: Hampton Court Private Guided Tour

Discover one of the oldest royal palaces in London on a half-day guided tour of Hampton Court Palace, transferring from Waterloo Station to the magnificent Tudor castle in the southwest suburbs. Developed by Cardinal Wolsey, and later Henry VIII, Hamton Court stands next to a baroque palace that was built by William III and Mary II. By the time of his death in 1547, Henry VIII had over 60 houses, but in the latter part of his reign none were more important to him than Hampton Court Palace. Visit the King’s apartments as one of his courtiers, wearing a Tudor cloak and sneaking down to the vast kitchens where banquets were prepared for as many as 1,000 guests. Discover the “Young Henry” in an exhibition dedicated to his relationship with his first Queen, Katherine of Aragon. See the splendid apartments of William and Mary from the late 17th century, and enjoy the same spectacular views of the gardens. Then, explore the 60 acres of palace gardens that run down to the River Thames. See sparkling fountains and seasonal displays of thousands of flowering bulbs. Visit the New Cumberland Art Gallery and discover the Royal collection, including works from Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Holbein, Van Dyck, and Canaletto.

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From London: Lake District Tour with Cream Tea & Cruise

5. From London: Lake District Tour with Cream Tea & Cruise

Meet a local tour representative at Euston Station to collect your tickets and itinerary for the day, then enjoy a relaxing train journey to Oxenholme in the spectacular Lake District National Park. On arrival at Oxenholme you will be met by a local guide, who will take you on your tour of the Lake District. This tour is the ideal way to explore the best of the Lake District, which is famous for its Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth connections.  Enter the National Park and travel north alongside Lake Windermere to the medieval village of Hawkshead. Explore this fascinating village where Wordsworth went to school. Continue on towards the renowned beauty spot of Tarn Hows for a photo stop before driving through Yewdale, passing Yew Tree Tarn, used in the film Miss Potter. Next journey into the famous mountainous valleys of the Langdales, which have been carved by glaciers to form spectacular u-shaped valleys. Arriving at the lakeside village of Waterhead you will join a lake cruise on England’s largest lake, Windermere, and sit back and enjoy the views of the Lakeland Fells (local word for mountains). Arriving at Bowness Bay, enjoy a cream tea at the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, once owned by Beatrix Potter. You will then be taken back to Oxenholme Station for the train back to London.

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From London: Full-Day Trip to Paris By Eurostar

6. From London: Full-Day Trip to Paris By Eurostar

Spend a full day discovering all that Paris has to offer and be back home the same night by Eurostar! The journey begins early at 06:00 (05:30 on Saturdays)* at London's St. Pancras International Station. Your tour representative will be ready to meet you at Booth 5 and give you your welcome pack. The Eurostar takes you through the 31-mile long Channel in record time – only 2 hours and 15 minutes and you're in Paris! After arriving in France's beloved capital, you can discover Paris at your own leisure and see all the sights you want to see! This streamlined tour doesn't come with an inflated price filled and pointless extras. It provides only the essentials, letting you take advantage of the best of Paris on your own time. With a one-day travel card zones 1-3 (included in the package), you can easily take the Metro all over the city to see the top attractions: the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and even the Louvre. You will receive a handy map to guide you on your way. Then experience the beautiful panorama of Paris on the water with a relaxing luxury cruise, giving you a great view of Paris's most celebrated monuments. This 1-hour cruise is part of the package and comes with a complimentary audio tour.

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London Crimes & Punishment Walking Tour

7. London Crimes & Punishment Walking Tour

This private walking tour might not take you to many of the big tourists sights and famous buildings (though you'll see a few) but what it will do is take you to is to real London.  Sometimes a scary London, full of history of murders, dark deeds by criminals and often even more horrendous tortures and executions by the State. This tour will cover a number of neighborhoods, all of different characteristics and historical time periods.  You'll will start off in the heart of the East End and visit one of the most notorious pubs where The Krays famously and violently ruled the roost in the heart of the old East End (of London). Not too far away you will go back in time almost a century and you will retread the footsteps of Jack The Ripper and his victims whilst visiting and learning about the feared Workhouses that so many lived in and so many were trapped in. From there you will head towards Smithfields, home of many a famous and bloody execution.  Stopping briefly at the beautiful St. Bartholomews church, you'll then visit the shrine of William Wallace (Braveheart) where he was put to death in one of the most horrible ways imaginable. Onwards you'll go to the site of the old Newgate prison where people awaited their trials and deaths for centuries and you will stand on the spot where many of the executions were enacted. The Old Bailey is famous in the U.K. for being the court that holds many of the most infamous trials both now and then and you'll get to see one of the oldest courts in the world as you make our way towards St. Pauls and across the river where the notorious Clink Prison awaits us. Finally, you will pass through the maze of alleys around Borough Market and the setting for the poverty-stricken world of Charles Dickens before finishing on the site of the old Debtors Prison which influenced that Victorian writer in the most stark ways.

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James Bond 007 Private Walking Tour of London

8. James Bond 007 Private Walking Tour of London

Visit a selection of London sites featured in the James Bond movies and see some of the most famous buildings in London as well on this private walking tour. There are 2 versions of the James Bond Tour available. The Shaken Not Stirred Tour lasts approximately 3 hours. More experienced spies might prefer the Access All Areas Tour, which lasts around 5 hours. Whichever tour you choose, it will be private and personalized. See the house where James Bond lives in the upcoming Spectre film. Visit sites from recent movies such as Skyfall, Quantum of Solace, Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough, and from classics such as Her Majesty’s Secret Service. In addition, you’ll visit parts of Whitehall and other areas that related to the security services, and where behind closed doors decisions are being taken to combat terrorists. James Bond may be a glamorous vision of a spy but sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, as you’ll learn when you visit the precise spot of the most famous Cold War spy murder in history.

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Welcome to Paris Day Trip from London via Train

9. Welcome to Paris Day Trip from London via Train

Meet your guide at St Pancras Station, then it's all aboard the high-speed train to Paris. Relax and watch the scenery fly by out your window on your short 2-hour-and-15-minute trip. Arrive in Paris and set off with your guide to explore on a panoramic tour of the city that visits major sites including the Opera House, Champs-Elysees, and the Arc de Triomphe. This is followed by a 1-hour river cruise on the Seine that boasts wonderful sights of famous landmarks such as Notre Dame cathedral. Finish the guided part of your tour at the Eiffel Tower, then enjoy free time to visit your favorite sights on your own, or grab a delicious bite to eat at a local café. Your knowledgeable guide is more than happy to give you tips on what to see and do as you venture out solo. In the early evening you re-join with the group, and head back to Gard du Nord for your return journey to London.

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London: Self-Guided Day Trip to Rock & Roll Liverpool

10. London: Self-Guided Day Trip to Rock & Roll Liverpool

Explore the historic city of Liverpool on an independent full-day trip from London. A representative will meet you early in the morning at Euston Station to give you all your travel documents, including tickets for the train departure to Liverpool. Admire views of England as you journey to the seaport, famous for the Beatles and its football teams. Upon arrival at Liverpool Lime Street, explore the city's Victorian architecture at your own pace. Stroll towards the restored docks, where the historic warehouses are now home to a dazzling collection of shops, bars, cafés, and restaurants. See the Beatles Story attraction, and learn about the life and times of John, Paul, George, and Ringo. Learn about their childhoods, and the early years gigging in Hamburg. Discover what happened after they split to pursue solo careers. The free Living History audio guide is narrated by John Lennon's sister, Julia. In the afternoon, join the 2-hour Magical Mystery Tour to travel around the landmark sites of the Fab Four, including their former homes and schools, the famous Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, and the legendary Cavern Club where your tour ends at the spot where the Beatles story began. Catch the train back to London from Liverpool Lime Street at 18:48 for a scheduled arrival at 21:05.

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What people are saying about London

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 80 reviews

It was excellent. The Beatles Museum was very interesting and great things to see. The magical mystery tour was fantastic and our tour guide J.Johnson was extremely informative . Would go again and spend a weekend

Denis was well versed in his knowledge of Hampton Court. Very considerate & helpful with my handicapped daughter. We enjoyed

Mark, our guide, was very knowledgeable and we learnt so much about the underground. Recommend.

Kevin is very reliable, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. I would definitely use him again.

The mystery Bus tour was awesome and we learned a lot about their lives.