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A 14-Day London Itinerary For My Senior Citizen Aunt

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

As many of you may know, I work as a travel agent as my day job. I do plan…

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11 Of The Best Antic Pubs In London

11 Of The Best Antic Pubs In London

by Will Noble @ Londonist

Flock wallpaper and affordable pints.

Eating London Tours - Food & Walking tours in London

Eating London Tours - Food & Walking tours in London


Eating London Tours

The #1 best food tour in London! Click to learn about our tours in East London & Soho that visit the best London food markets, bakeries, pubs & restaurants.

Unique London Tours & Original Guided Walking Tours in London – Coutours

Unique London Tours & Original Guided Walking Tours in London – Coutours


Coutours

Book a unique & original walking tour in London with Coutours. Our guided tours include some of London’s best food, drink, family & seasonal outings.

Ian Fletcher

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Ian is one of the leading authorities on the Peninsular War and Wellington’s army. Born in London in 1957, Ian’s first book, In Hell Before Daylight, was published in 1984. Since then, Ian has written or edited almost thirty other books. Ian’s own tour company, Ian Fletcher’s Battlefield Tours, brings him to these sites often […]

Equestrian statues in London

by Joolz @ JoolzGuides

Whilst filming my Joolz Guide on “The Bank of England” my friend, and part time cameraman and drinking partner, entered into a discussion with a lady (who didn’t mind being filmed) about equestrian statues. We were filming beneath the statue of the Iron Duke outside the Royal Exchange when they started postulating that one can […]

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Chasing Autumn Colors In The USA: An Autumn Drive Itinerary

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

I’ve never experienced the four seasons until recently, VERY recently. I grew up in the Philippines and moved to…

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London walking tours

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

London Walking Tours Stroll through the beautiful Covent Garden and visit Leicester Square See London like a local and explore places that other tourists might never see Listen to Big Ben chime and have your photo taken by one of the Queen’s Soldiers London Walking Tours Enjoy a walking tour of London and see all […]

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Bullshit London | A very fun walking tour | Home

Bullshit London | A very fun walking tour | Home


Bullshit London | A very fun walking tour | Home

Comedy nonsense walking tours of london. One of the most fun walking tours you could take. A very unique london experience.

It's Official: South London Beats North (On The Green Scale)

It's Official: South London Beats North (On The Green Scale)

by Harry Rosehill @ Londonist

The fringes of London are where it's at.

Best time to visit London

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Best time to visit London We think London is at its best in the last two weeks of September. But there’s actually plenty to do and see the year round. Weather is likely to be a major factor and it often surprises visitors to find that August can be quite a wet month. The weather […]

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A Spooky Twist on World Pasta Day

by admin @ The Ghost Bus Tours

In celebration of World Pasta Day, and in typical Ghost Bus Tours style, we are delving a little deeper in the spooky goings on in some of the UK’s best restaurants.

Prezzo Italian Restaurant Chain

We all love the Prezzo Italian chain, in fact we have a Prezzo right outside the Ghost Bus Tours HQ! Prezzo customers and employees in Cambridgeshire may not be so enthusiastic though. It is reported that a phantom woman haunts the Italian chain restaurant in Peterborough, wearing Victoria clothing and manifesting when the restaurant is quiet. What’s freakier, is that this Victorian lady is not ...Read More

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An Anagram Quiz Of London Overground Stations: Part 1

An Anagram Quiz Of London Overground Stations: Part 1

by Laura Reynolds @ Londonist

Show off your knowledge of the ginger line.

5 things about the Tower of London Animal Sculptures

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Visitors flock to the Tower of London to see the incomparable Crown Jewels, hear the stories of King Henry VIII and his 6 wives (2 of them were beheaded here) as well as to meet the world famous Beefeaters. When we take people round on a tour there, one of the most common questions is about the […]

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Free London Tours

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Free London Tours London offers thousands of magnificent tourist events, but London is characterized by the cost of the precious tourism. It may require tourism in London a lot of money, especially when you visit the famous and unique landmarks. Therefore, we would like to offer this quick guide, which aims to guide the tourist […]

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London’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

London’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites The UNESCO World Heritage Site program catalogs, names, and conserves sites of outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humanity. There are 936 sites currently listed: 725 cultural, 183 natural, and 28 mixed properties. London is one of the few cities in the world which can lay […]

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Travel Un-Blogged

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

It’s been more than a month since my last post and I think it’s the longest that I haven’t…

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Where Teaclipper Cutty Sark Got Her Name

by admin @ Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

Teaclipper Cutty Sark was built by Jock “White Hat” Willis in Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869.  He came from a ship-owning family and he wanted a fast clipper to carry tea from China to Britain where tea was a valuable commodity. When it was time to name his new ship, he turned to a poet that he …

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Visit London for a Small Budget

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Visit London for a Small Budget London is the most touristic place in the world , and coming to London is  dream for some people , and now everyone is possible to visit London for only a small budget . You can book your accommodation or Hotel and London Tours in a small budget . […]

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Where to Eat the Best Steamed Bao Buns in London

by Rob Newsome @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Rob Newsome

You’re probably aware that it’s traditional for men to greet the Queen of England with a bow. However, if you should find yourself in glorious London town meeting her Majesty, rather than offer up a disappointing lowering of the head, she’d probably, almost definitely, prefer it if you presented her with a bao…* “Gua bao” […]

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Royal Gun Salutes

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Royal Gun Salutes are one of those wonderfully traditional and nostalgic occasions, full of pomp and ceremony. They mark special occasions and are an absolute spectacle to behold. The most common, recurring, dates are: 6th February – Accession Day – the Queen acceded to the throne the same day her father died in 1952 21st April – […]

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The Ghost Bus Tours | Scary Fun Sightseeing Tours

The Ghost Bus Tours | Scary Fun Sightseeing Tours


The Ghost Bus Tours

Explore the dark side of the city aboard an original 1960's routemaster bus. See the sights & discover the gruesome past of world famous landmarks.

Do Londoners want The Garden Bridge?

by Joolz @ JoolzGuides

So it looks like, although the Garden Bridge has got the go-ahead, there are still some teething problems which might yet cause it to be aborted. I still can’t decide whether I approve or not.   I mean, it looks really lovely in the picture and if it really looks like that in real life […]

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Kristine Hughes Patrone

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Since 1995, Kristine has been traveling to the UK in order to indulge her interest in British history. Her research trips led her to write several non-fiction books, including Everyday Life in Regency and Victorian England. For the past six years, Kristine has published a blog, Number One London, along with fellow author and anglophile […]

Joolz Guides - Bite Size Video Guides to London

Joolz Guides - Bite Size Video Guides to London


JoolzGuides

Joolz Guides - Fun Private London Walks with Julian McDonnell. Get shown around by a true Londoner and award winning tourism film maker and actor.

What London Might Look Like If The Mayor Was A Plumber

What London Might Look Like If The Mayor Was A Plumber

by Will Noble @ Londonist

Hot chocolate/London Pride/soft water on tap?

This Tourist Sketched A Royal Guard... Then Something Lovely Happened

This Tourist Sketched A Royal Guard... Then Something Lovely Happened

by Will Noble @ Londonist

A heartwarming tale.

London tours & activities, fun things to do in London. | VELTRA

London tours & activities, fun things to do in London. | VELTRA


www.veltra.com

Book London tours, activities, fun things to do, pre-booked tickets, day trips & sightseeing tours in London

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 17 January 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 17 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

Discover the East End through the people who painted it.

Which London Food Tours Are Best? | Free Tours by Foot

Which London Food Tours Are Best? | Free Tours by Foot


Free Tours by Foot

This post compares several of the most popular food tours available in London. Food tours are a great way to learn about London’s diverse cultural history. From the curry houses on Brick Lane to the Caribbean restaurants in south London, there is no shortage of delicious food available in this city. These tours offer interesting insights …

To My Sister, On Her Wedding Day.

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

I attended my sister’s beautiful wedding last month in Maryland. I was supposed to be one of the bridesmaids…

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Brand New: The Greenwich Weekend Getaway Package!

by admin @ Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

Here at Greenwich Royal Tours, we have been working for some time on just this sort of package.  We wanted a hotel package that gave visitors 2 nights here in gorgeous Greenwich.  Since the 2012 London Olympics, more and more people have been discovering all that maritime Greenwich has to offer: the history, the culture, the …

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Small Car, Big City. A Fun Way to See London

Small Car, Big City. A Fun Way to See London


A Passport Affair

A unique nd fun way to see London...in a mini!

19 Things To Do Alone In London

19 Things To Do Alone In London


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Treat yo'self.

Family bike tours

by Jack @ Tally Ho

Matera to Lecce, A Journey By Bus

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

Matera to Lecce by bus It was time to leave Matera and head south for our week of wine school, cooking class and bike touring at a castle. Someone (me)... Read more →

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London tours and London excursions London day trips London trips.


London tours in London the city of History and Culture

London tours and London excursions by Touring Fun which offer you the best of London tours and activities you won't find on a guide book or a travel website

The Best Cooking Class in Tuscany in Italy

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

We went to the best Cooking Class in Tuscany in Italy. This is a tour which is bookable on TripAdvisor. This was something that I have wanted to experience for a long time. …

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Melanie Hilton

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Writing as Louise Allen, Melanie Hilton has been writing ‘scandalously witty Regency romance’ novels, with over 40 books published since 1993. She has also written several non-fiction books focused on various aspects of British history, including Walks Through Regency London, Stagecoach Travel, To The Field of Waterloo: The First Battlefield Tourists, The Georgian Seaside and […]

London hotels: the best in five-star luxury

by mark3988 @ The Britain Guide

Make your next trip to London your most luxurious yet with a stay in one of these quintessentially English five-star London hotels Kipling Suite, Brown’s. Credit: Adrian Houston Limited Brown’s Hotel, Mayfair Beneath the mosaic floors and wood-panelled walls of the 180-year-old Brown’s Hotel, which underwent a £24m refurbishment from 2004-2005, lies a building with…

5 Things You Didn’t Know About London’s Brick Lane a.k.a. Banglatown

by Amanda Clark @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Amanda Clark

Brick Lane in London’s East End is an epicenter of cultural diversity, the Curry Capital of the U.K., and a mecca for on-trend shopaholics. The street runs from Bethnal Green to Whitechapel, passing through the Shoreditch and Spitalfield areas but nowadays ‘Brick Lane’ tends to refer to the wider area around the thoroughfare and not […]

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The Best Views of London

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

The Best Views of London  The Shard Yes, that tall, pointy unfinished-looking building has some of the best views of London.  Choice: You can pay to go all the way to the top-ish (the... Read more →

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7 Things You Should Know About Stonehenge

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

One of the most popular destinations outside of London is the mysterious stone circle known as Stonehenge. Over 1 million people a year visit this fascinating place and it is considered such an important prehistoric monument that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 1. How old is it ? The earliest part of Stonehenge dates […]

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Parents: Tried This Great Play Space In Clerkenwell?

Parents: Tried This Great Play Space In Clerkenwell?

by M@ @ Londonist

Postal fun at Sorted!

Street View Before And After: See 2008's London Side By Side With 2017

Street View Before And After: See 2008's London Side By Side With 2017

by Jordan Waite @ Londonist

Slide the slider.

Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 16 January 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 16 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

Interactive light displays and talks on science, matriarchy and poo.

Greenwich Day Trip Itinerary

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

Greenwich is one my favorite boroughs in London, there’s something about the wide open spaces and the beautiful architecture…

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36 Unique Things To Do in London

by Michael Ball @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Michael Ball

This post was originally published on October 28, 2014 and was updated on September 20, 2017. We certainly know what Samuel Johnson was getting at when he said “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” London is huge, and there is just […]

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Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 22-28 January 2018

Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 22-28 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

New cheap nights in store for comedy and electro music fans.

Evening Bike Tour

by Jack @ Tally Ho

Things To Do Today In London: Monday 22 January 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Monday 22 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

Life drawing, live music and comedy.

Halloween Month Celebrations!

by admin @ The Ghost Bus Tours

It’s that time of year again – when the ghouls and ghosts come out to play, and the pumpkin farmers earn their entire year’s worth of profit. It’s … Halloween!

But what is Halloween? Well, we here at The Ghost Bus Tours are happy to enlighten you. Of course, at Ghost Bus HQ every day is packed full of ghosts, spooks and spectres (not to mention blood, death and horror!) but this time of year is extra special.

The origin of Halloween dates to a Celtic harvest festival known as Samhain (pronounced sow-in), which marked the end of the summer season and ...Read More

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Hot Breath Karaoke – Best Karaoke in London

by Joolz @ JoolzGuides

Without US they’re NOTHING. Without THEM we’re still in the shower! Yes. I admit it. I LOVE karaoke and this Saturday it’s HOTBREATH KARAOKE PIZZA PARTY SPECIAL! I know, I have something wrong with me and I’m the only person I know who has ever attended a karaoke night ON HIS OWN, but it’s something […]

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Shakespeare In London Tour

by admin @ Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

     “He was not of an age, but for all time.”  –  Ben Jonson. This is what Shakespeare’s colleague and competitor dramatist had to say about Shakespeare, upon his death in 1616. His final exit after he had retired to his family home in Stratford upon Avon.  Yet what he had accomplished since his entrance, …

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Best Place to Experience ‘Changing of the Guard’ ?

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Visitors to England often have viewing the Changing of the Guard on their list of things to do. We’ll briefly cover what it is but focus mainly on the pros and cons of the best places to see it. What is it In simple terms it is a ceremony where the New Guard (detachment) is […]

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York Ghost Bus Tours important update

by admin @ The Ghost Bus Tours

Despite the recent floods in Yorkshire The Ghost Bus Tours is still running in York 7 days a week. Come and take a tour on the dark side! Picking up from outside York Railway Station at 7.30pm Sunday – Thursday and additional 18.00 on Friday and Saturday

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Rasputin Rocks London

by Lou Psyche @ JoolzGuides

Yesterday I had the wonderful good fortune to be invited out to the theatre in central London. The Actors Centre is a secret gem tucked away on tower street in-between all the hustle and bustle of the busy Cambridge Circus and Covent Garden. So if you fancy treading the boards yourself , watching new theatre […]

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Massimo, London’s Perfect Aperitivo Afternoon

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

Massimo Bar’s Aperitivo Afternoon I spent almost two months in Italy last year.  This year? Not a week. I’ve cried real tears over this, people. Real. Tears. I miss so... Read more →

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Fun London Tours

Fun London Tours


Drive on the Left

When the typical London walking tour just won't do, check out one of most fun London tours - Bullshit London, the most irreverent of the bunch.

Two Nations Divided by a Common Language

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

‘Two nations divided by a common language’ is part of a quote by George Bernard Shaw the only person to win a Nobel Prize in Literature and an Oscar. Having lived in the States for five years ourselves some of the differences in the way language is used would often make us chuckle. It seemed […]

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140 unusual things to do in London

140 unusual things to do in London


Curious London

There are a thousand things to do in London, but sometimes when it comes to narrowing one down – perhaps to impress that special someone/complete randomer off the internet – it can be h…

Bristol: Bath’s ‘Scruffy Cousin’ ?

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

We’re often taking clients around the West Country but usually it’s to the sweeping Georgian terraces of Bath. We were quite excited therefore when a school event allowed us to spend a weekend in Bristol. Bristol has about 5 times as many people as Bath but only about twice the number of overseas visitors. Indeed, in […]

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Uncover the best Harry Potter London sites.

Uncover the best Harry Potter London sites.


Along for the Trip

Wands at the ready! Are you looking for the best Harry Potter London sites? If so, you'll love this guide!

Things To Do Today In London: Friday 19 January 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Friday 19 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

From a candlelit concert to a multi-sensory morning playgroup.

Why You Should Visit London this Fall

by Lisa Robinson @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Lisa Robinson

[Updated post, originally published October 11, 2015] For a one-of-a-kind experience, fall is by far the best time to visit London. You get to explore a quieter city, discover plenty of seasonal events, and enjoy a warm and friendly atmosphere, despite the colder weather. If you still haven’t visited London in the fall, here are […]

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London’s 10 Best Pubs – Chosen by Those in the Know!

by Amanda Clark @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Amanda Clark

Anyone who’s pulled up a barstool at a watering hole in London shouldn’t be surprised that the British capital is home to some of the best pubs in the world. To celebrate the launch of our London Old Docks – Historic Pubs, Food & Beer Tour we assembled a lineup of in-the-know bloggers to give us […]

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Video: What's It Like Being A Tour Guide?

Video: What's It Like Being A Tour Guide?


Londonist

Matt Gedge tells all.

Things You Must Know Before Staying In Omni Homestead

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

The highlight of our recent holiday in the US was our stay in the beautiful Omni Homestead in Hot…

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Shopping small this Christmas

by Emily Gibson @ Curious London

For those in need of pressie inspo, I've picked out some quirky Christmas gifts from independent businesses in and around London.

Learning about Lisbon from a local

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

We spent some time with Nuno, a local Lisbon man from Lisbon Riders, a tour company where we spent our day Learning about Lisbon from a local. There is nothing like spendi…

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Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 18 January 2018

Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 18 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

Lumiere's back!

Visiting The Medieval Village of Eze in France

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

We started our tour of Monte Carlo in Monaco, and Visiting the Medieval Village of Eze in France, by driving along the scenic roads of the Moyenne Corniche. From here we h…

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Greenwich Royal Tours - Small Group Tours

Greenwich Royal Tours - Small Group Tours


Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

Greenwich small group tours: day tour, half day tour and food tour tour. Central London tours. Excellent local guides - all admissions included.

Private Car Tours London

Private Car Tours London


smallcarBIGCITY

We have a fleet of classic Mini Coopers and a team of passionatel local Londoners to provide you with the ultimate private car tours london

Top 5 Reasons to Visit ‘Underappreciated’ Hampton Court Palace

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Hampton Court Palace does receive > 500,000 visitors a year but, by comparison with British Museum (6.7 million), Tower of London (2.9 million), Westminster Abbey (2.0 million) or Stonehenge (1.2 million) it does seem surprisingly low. We think Hampton Court Palace has something for everyone and list out our Top 5 reasons why you’ll love […]

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The Georgian England Tour

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Sunday April 22, 2018 – Monday April 30, 2018
7 Days - $2,000

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London And Liverpool: Are They All That Different?

London And Liverpool: Are They All That Different?

by Londonist @ Londonist

"We don't mind sharing The Beatles".

The Changing of the Guard, London

The Changing of the Guard, London


Contented Traveller

The Changing of the Guard, London is one of those must see events. Seeing it with a guide who knows all of the details about this is important.

A Road Trip Along Florida’s Gulf Coast

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

Road Trip: Florida’s Gulf Coast I get funny looks when I tell people about my road trip  through the Florida Panhandle. Some genuinely forget about this part of Florida, others smile and call it... Read more →

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The Scottish Writer’s Retreat

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

September 3, 2018 - September 10, 2018
7 Days - $1,200

Details

British Pub Etiquette – The Guide to the British Pub

by Rob Newsome @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Rob Newsome

There aren’t many things more British than ‘the pub’. A focal point for communities, work colleagues and friends to meet and put the world to rights, but how did the pub as we know and love it, come to be? We can start with our good friends the Romans. As their road network sprung up […]

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Coffee shops in central London

by Theo Kokonas @ JoolzGuides

In a cosmopolitan city like London you’re spoilt for choice when looking for things to do.  Of all the entertainment available, my age has led me to enjoy most of all a nice sit-down at a cafe with a good friend and allow the jibber-jabber to run its course.  I don’t even like coffee (!) […]

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The Country House Tour

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Thursday, May 3, 2018 - Thursday, May 10, 2018
8 Days - $2,500

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Windows of the World

by Julie @ Drive on the Left

Drive on the LeftWindows of the World

Eight months after moving to Shenzhen and we finally visited the number one tourist attraction in town! For a city of 13 million, Shenzhen doesn’t have a wealth of, ahem, cultural highlights, but this bonkers theme park is reason enough for the city to attract many thousands of tourists a year. Along with the Splendid […]

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Must-Try Drinks in London!

by Amanda Clark @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Amanda Clark

When visiting London you’re bound to want to seek out the very best British cuisine but there’s something else that you shouldn’t miss out on: London’s best booze. Whether you’re looking for traditional, well-known British beverages or modern interpretations of classic British tipples there are a few drinks that you just have to try if you’re […]

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When to Visit London

by Wibke Carter @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Wibke Carter

London is a 24/7 city, and it’s also a 12 months-a-year city! The most buzzing, fast-paced metropolis in northern Europe, there’s always something to see and do whatever the time of year. But be sure to bring an umbrella or a raincoat: even in high summer, the British capital gets some heavy showers! You can […]

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Road Trip To A White Christmas in Chamonix.

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

My dream of a white Christmas became a reality last year, we embarked on a road trip across the…

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A Piece Of The Old Wembley Stadium... Hidden In A North London Park

A Piece Of The Old Wembley Stadium... Hidden In A North London Park

by Londonist @ Londonist

An iconic hunk.

Touring Fun Press Release

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Touring Fun Press Release Touring Fun Limited  Offers Big Discounts and Great Convenience for Tourists in London UK Travel to London has become a lot easier with the launch of Touring Fun travel  online booking site offering big discounts and great convenience for tourists. Getting important information and finding Tours and activities that experience the […]

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Cold Christmas Church

by Alex Greig @ The Ghost Bus Tours

                                                                                   

Nearly departed, today I will be talking about the Cold Christmas Church giving insight into the building’s history and the paranormal activity that surrounds the building. The building itself is no longer fully intact, with the Church tower being the only ...Read More

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Greenwich walking tours – what to wear to be prepared!

by admin @ Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

Folks who are thinking about coming on one of our walking tours as well as tour guests already booked, often ask us: what do we wear and/or do we bring an umbrella? An important thing to remember is that although our tours are classed as walking tours, the longest walk that we do is up …

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London Restaurant Service – Angry Joolz Explains

by Joolz @ JoolzGuides

London Restaurant Service The other day I was in a well-known brasserie chain restaurant and underwent what I see to be the standard (and now accepted) typical London experience. 1. Faced with a pretty empty restaurant with plenty of free tables the waitress is eager to place me and my dining partner directly next to […]

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The Mayflower – Pilgrims & Pub Grub

The Mayflower – Pilgrims & Pub Grub

by Amanda Clark @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Amanda Clark

With Thanksgiving coming up, what better time to delve into an iconic story from American history! You may know that the Mayflower is the ship that transported the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620, but did you know that you can visit its original mooring spot on the London Old Docks – Historic Pubs, Food […]

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Private Tours

by Jack @ Tally Ho

How To See Tate Modern In Your Lunch Hour

How To See Tate Modern In Your Lunch Hour

by Tabish Khan @ Londonist

A quick tour of the best bits.

Landmarks Bike Tour

by Jack @ Tally Ho

Come Hungry For A Tomahawk Steak in JW Steakhouse

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

As a couple, The Greek Mister and myself don’t really give much thought about our wedding anniversary but it…

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This Guy Is Living In A Shed For £300pcm - But It's Not What You Think

This Guy Is Living In A Shed For £300pcm - But It's Not What You Think

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

It's the latest micro solution to London's housing crisis.

Where to Go on a Romantic Date in London

by Lisa Robinson @ Eating London Tours

London Food Blog post by Lisa Robinson

There’s no doubt that London is a city for lovers. All across the capital, you will find heaps of romantic restaurants, plenty of sophisticated cocktail bars, and an array of charming experiences that are perfect for couples. Being a bit of a romantic myself, I’ve searched far and wide across the capital to bring you the […]

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What's The Furthest A London Bus Gets From London?

What's The Furthest A London Bus Gets From London?

by Harry Rosehill @ Londonist

Escaping the big smoke.

Kasbah Of Ait Ben Haddou

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Kasbah Of Ait Ben Haddou Brief Description The ksar, a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat. The houses crowd together within the defensive walls, which are reinforced by corner towers. Ait-Ben-Haddou, in Ouarzazate province, is a striking example of the architecture of southern Morocco. Brief synthesis Located in the […]

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Tower Twilight tours

Tower Twilight tours


Historic Royal Palaces

Dare you visit the Tower at night and take one of our Twilight Tours? Discover secrets of the Tower's history with exclusive after-hours access.

Old City Tour

by Jack @ Tally Ho

5 Quaint Day Trips To The South East Of London

5 Quaint Day Trips To The South East Of London

by Laura Reynolds @ Londonist

Day trip time!

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 20-21 January 2018

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 20-21 January 2018

by Kyra Hanson @ Londonist

Fill your weekend (and your Instagram) with two of London's loveliest light festivals.

Take a Tour of London From the Deck of the Bus or a Classy Mini Cooper

Take a Tour of London From the Deck of the Bus or a Classy Mini Cooper


TripSavvy

Joining a tour is a great way to see a new city when on a trip. Pick one of these seven sightseeing tours of London, England for a unique experience.

What’s Your Travel Style?

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

In the travel blogging world, there are two main travel styles that are very noticeable – luxury travel and…

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From the Affluent to the Effluent

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Forgotten Victorian Heroes Who would you consider to be Victorian Greats; Charles Darwin, Florence Nightingale, George Stephenson? All were remarkable people and rightfully celebrated. Indeed all have even adorned British banknotes at one time or another. We commemorate though three underappreciated people who devoted their lives to combating London’s considerable problems, who laid the foundations […]

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Sensational Greenwich

by admin @ Greenwich Royal Tours, walking tours in Greenwich, London UK

The Guardian’s “50 best views in England”  (taken from Simon Jenkins’ recent book) was published recently and unsurprisingly, Greenwich was among them. The view in question of course, is that seen from atop the hill at the Greenwich Royal Observatory looking north towards the River Thames. We see immediately below us Queen’s House, the Italian-style villa created …

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Sweet tea, Southern Charm and a Road Trip

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

A Road Trip Along Florida’s Gulf Coast I sat hunched over my laptop, hustling for a deadline on one of London’s darkest days.  Every now and then I’d google “warm places in Europe... Read more →

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Unusual tours in London

Unusual tours in London


visitlondon.com

Satisfy your hunger to see London from a quirky angle with tours that take you back in time, across water and up in the air

Gul and Sepoy: another sizzler from the guys at Gunpowder

by Emily Gibson @ Curious London

The sheer quantity of interesting places to eat – and all the puff and pomp that go with them – means that most food-loving Londoners have a bucket list so long it would take a large windfall and unlimited annual leave to check everything off.  As such, few restaurants get a second visit, even the […]

Is the London Pass Worth the Money?

by Megan @ A Passport Affair

The London Pass: Is It Worth The Money? When family and friends come to London, I plan itineraries, find the best places to stay and make sure they see the best London has... Read more →

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Links

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

V1 Web Directory http://www.thebusinessindex.com/ Tourism Companies in UK – UK directory of travel companies and tourism websites.

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Magna Carta – The Most Important Document In The English Language ?

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

Why It Came About 2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the creation of the Magna Carta, or Great Charter, a defining moment in English history. Back in 1215 King John ruled the land. He had been a spectacularly unsuccessful and unpopular King, losing vast swathes of land to opponents in modern day France. To fund […]

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BRITAIN’s top 25 stately homes

by mark3988 @ The Britain Guide

We’ve toured the British Isles to bring you 25 of our most magnificent manor houses and stately homes, each with their own story to tell. Blenheim Palace Credit: VisitEngland/Blenheim Palace The number of heritage buildings still standing proudly across our land never fails to amaze us. Many are ancestral seats that have stayed in the same…

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Tour of London


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What to do in London this week

by Jessica McGill @ JoolzGuides

Tate Sensorium If you’re looking to escape the dreary streets and rain of London this week then catch these two events whilst you can. Since the end of August the Tate has displayed the ‘Tate Sensorium’, an interactive display that plays on all five senses. This won’t keep you out of the rain for too […]

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How To Not Lose Your Sh*t When Your Travel Companion Falls Sick

by Pinay Flying High @ Pinay Flying High – London Blog And Beyond

Some of you may know that I’ve just recently returned from a business trip in Australia and if you’ve…

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Windsor Castle Ticket in London

by A B @ London tours in London the city of History and Culture

Windsor Castle Ticket in London Explore Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world Visit the magnificent State Apartments, where some of the finest works of art from the Royal Collection are See the St. George’s Chapel, the final resting place of King Henry VIII. overview Explore Windsor Castle, the favorite weekend […]

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The Waterloo Tour

by admin4935 @ No.1 London Tours

Saturday, April 14, 2018 - Saturday, April 21, 2018
7 Days - $2,300

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Wimbledon: The Home of Tennis

by Nigel Rundstrom @ Mirandus Tours

With the Championships rapidly approaching, we thought we’d give some perspective on one of the great occasions in the British sporting calendar as well as one of the most popular events in the British social season. Worple Rd – where it all began In 1869 a 4 acre plot of land, just off Worple Rd […]

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The Ghost Bus Tours Ltd in association with Scooby-Doo Live! bring you an exciting competition!

by Emma elmer @ The Ghost Bus Tours

The Ghost Bus Tours Ltd in association with Scooby-Doo Live! bring you an exciting competition! Win tickets for The London Ghost Bus Tours and see Scooby-Doo Live! at the London Palladium in a brand new musical adventure this August.

In this brand new family musical SCOOBY-DOO and the MYSTERY INC. gang have been called to London to help solve an epic mystery. A trouble-making ghost is haunting the London Palladium and SHAGGY, FRED, DAPHNE, VELMA and SCOOBY-DOO are on their way, and bringing the MYSTERY MACHINE to crack this spooky and theatrical case.

SCOOBY-DOO LIVE! MUSICAL MYSTERIES will have the whole family on ...Read More

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