3 Hour Guided Private Walking Tour: The Best of London

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Discover top attractions and famous landmarks across the British capital on this private 3-hour London walking tour. Follow a private guide through the ancient streets of London and gain insight into centuries of British history. Along the way, hear the chimes of Big Ben and take in key sites of interest such as Covent Garden, China Town, and Trafalgar Square. Soak up the atmosphere in Piccadilly Circus and see the royal soldiers at Buckingham Palace. This private tour includes pickup and drop-off at selected London hotels.

What's Included
  1. Hotel pick-up and drop-off to selected hotels
  2. Private guide
  1. Transportation to/from attractions
Meeting And Pickup

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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

End Point

Queen Victoria Statue
30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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What To Expect

The famous clock tower of Westminster Palace.

Behind Parliament is the River Thames and you'll learn a little of the life it has played in shaping London.

We won't go on it but we'll see it from the river.

Thames River

The Mother of Parliaments. Once a royal palace, it has inspired democratic movements in the France, the USA and around the world. We'll learn of its history and the role it still plays today.

Admiralty Arch

Parliament Square the the political heart of Westminster. Full of statues of people dedicated to Democracy and Liberty from Winston Churchill to Abraham Lincoln to Nelson Mandela. Surrounded by Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the High Courts.

Tower of London

The broad avenue in Westminster full of beautiful and famous London government buildings.

St. Paul's Cathedral

Our national memorial to the fallen of WW1, WW2 and recent wars.

Parliament Square

The home of the Prime Minister at Number 10.

Women of World War II Memorial

The primary ceremonial parade ground is surrounded by beautiful buildings and parks. It must be why the Queen has her birthday celebrations here.

Buckingham Palace

Beautiful Westminster Abbey is where every monarch has been crowned since the times of William the Conqueror almost 1,000 years ago.

Millennium Bridge

The beautiful old headquarters to the Royal Navy.

London Bridge

The most famous square in London. Home of fountains, statues, galleries and culture.

Cecil Court

Learn the story of Admiral Nelson and the famous lions at the base of his majestic column

Southwark Cathedral

Overlooking the fountains and large plaza, The National Gallery is full of paintings on the inside and street performers and art on the outside.


This beautiful old street is full of niche art and cultural shops and the inspiration for Diagon Alley in Harry Potter.

Piccadilly Circus

The cultural heart of London with a unique vibe. From Opera to sword jugglers, this is the place to be.

HMS Belfast

The beating heart of the West End. Surrounded by cafes and movie-cinemas.

Borough Market

Learn the story of the women who died during the epic war effort.

Westminster Abbey

New York has Time Square, London has the much older Piccadilly Circus.

Horse Guards Parade at Whitehall

One of many high quality retailers in Piccadilly and one where everyone from The Queen downwards buys their goodies from!

Fortnum & Mason

One of the Royal Parks. It is called Green Park for a particular reason!

Tate Modern

From Green Park, we will see the London family home of the Spencer family.

Trafalgar Square

The primary Ceremonial road in London. You might recognise it from Royal Weddings and national celebrations.

St. James's Park

Buckingham Palace, the home of The Queen.

Tower Bridge

Chinatown in Soho is a unique mix of old London, Chinese heritage and contemporary culture.

Spencer House

An ornately beautiful Royal Park with great views of the palace and Westminster. Sometimes used in TV shows such as Downton Abbey.

London Eye

On the extended tour, we will see the cathedral for London and learn its fascinating history.

The Mall

Londons newest iconic bridge. (Extended Tour)

Nelson's Column

The largest modern art gallery in the world. (Extended Tour)

Ye Olde England Tours

Londons most famous food market, here since Roman times. You can get food from all over the world here... freshly made. Many a tour has come to a halt here :-) I like the dairy free goat ice-cream and also the Ethiopian curry but everyone has their favourites! (Extended Tour)

Green Park

One of the smaller and less famous London cathedrals but beautiful nonetheless. (Extended Tour)

Downing Street

The original bridge was built by the Romans and pulled down by the Vikings. A millennia later and this modern bridge still has a tall spike on the end with a gory story to tell. (Extended Tour)

The Monument to the Great Fire of London

Learn the story behind the famous Globe theatre and all things Shakespeare! (Extended Tour)

Big Ben

From London Bridge we will see this old Royal Navy Cruiser. (Extended Tour)

Covent Garden

From out of nowhere, the epic Monument to the Great Fire of London appears. (Extended Tour)

Leicester Square

Built by William The Conqueror and home to the Crown Jewels and with an active military history up past WW2. We will visit the ominously named Traitors Gate. (Extended Tour)


We finish by one of the symbols of London, Tower Bridge and learn a little of its interesting history along the way. (Extended Tour)

Houses of Parliament

This is just one of over 50 tours run and organised by Ye Olde England Tours. Believe it or not the list of places we visit in this tour is not exhaustive. This is the tour for you for your first or only day in London.

Additional Info
  1. Wheelchair accessible
  2. Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  3. Service animals allowed
  4. Public transportation options are available nearby
  5. Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  6. All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  7. Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  8. This tour involves a moderate amount of walking please wear comfortable shoes
  9. Generally the sights are relatively quiet and we always practice social distancing but at some locations it is possible small sections may have small crowds so we will do our best to avoid them though social distancing is generally not a problem. All of our tours are private so it is just you/your family and your guide.  To make it easier and safer for all concerned we would suggest starting this tour a little later than the usual time, perhaps around 10.30-11am which allows us all to miss rush-hour. We are happy to still come to your hotel to meet you but for the moment we would suggest meeting us at the tour starting point.  This allows you to arrive by a taxi or uber rather than public transport. Please feel free to wear masks throughout or at times during the tour.  Your guide will also have a mask with them.
Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.

  1. For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time
  2. Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  3. If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  4. Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
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