Pack your bags for an exciting day in London as you bike past the Royal Palaces, Royal Gardens, Royal Church, a 13-ton bell, a memorial of love built by Queen Victoria and a renowned London square. It cannot get Royal than this! As you pedal your way your English-speaking guide will feed your historical hunger with interesting tales about the Royal buildings. The tour covers the beauty and historical significance of London like no other and also gives you an opportunity to munch on some snack or sip a coffee to pedal it harder and faster. The tour leaves you smitten with the Royal charm of the city of London.
The Royal London Bike Tour lets you explore the grandeur of London at your pace and admire the Royal history of the city. The tour starts. Please make it to the starting point to meet your English-speaking guide. Get ready for a fun-filled exciting day as you pedal past the following historical landmarks in London:
The Houses of Parliament: Another name for ‘Palace of Westminster’, this is where the two houses of the UK parliament met. Whizz past this important historical building located along the northern bank of the River Thames.
Buckingham Palace: The official London residence of the monarchs since Queen Victoria. The Palace has 661 rooms and sheltered the British monarchs throughout the World War II. The grand Palace is a symbol of Royal opulence.
Westminster Abbey: As the legend has it, this royal church was founded in the year 616. It is here that all the British monarchs are crowned since William the Conqueror in 1066. A traditional burial ground for eminent Britishers it houses the catacombs of a number of Kings and Queens, Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Dickens.
The Royal Parks: Pedal your way through the famous Kensington Gardens, Green Park, Hyde Park and St. James’s Park. Away from the traffic you can ride past these lovely gardens in a carefree manner.
Big Ben: Get fascinated with the 13-ton bell within the clock tower. The resounding chimes of the bell were first heard in 1859 in London. It indeed is a true symbol of London.
Kensington Palace: The official Royal residence with several historical tales attached to it. It was this Palace where Princess Diana lived until her demise in 1997.
Albert Memorial: Situated in Kensington Gardens this Memorial was built by Queen Victoria as a token of love for her beloved husband who died in 1861.
Trafalgar Square: The world-famous square that houses the National Portrait Gallery and Lord Nelson’s Column. The square now also hosts a number of events, ceremonies, public gatherings and festivals. The tour breaks for a small refreshing snack, pint and coffee break at Trafalgar Square (price not included).
Your amazing tour does not end here as you also see the Cabinet War Rooms and the Princess Di Memorial.
The tour ends at the starting point.
Terms & Conditions
If cancellation made between 0 – 2 days prior to the day of departure – 100% cancellation charge
If cancellation made between 3 – 7 days prior to the day of departure – 25% cancellation charge
If cancellation made is greater than 7 days prior to the day of departure –10% cancellation charge