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- 24/48 hours freedom of movement on the touristic buses
- Free cruise with Thames River Cruise.
- The bus is acessible to people with disabilities
- 3 free walking tours
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Holland Park Avenue - Nothing Hill - Bayswater Road I - Bayswater Road II - Bayswater Road III - Praed Street I - Praed Street II - Park Lane I - Park Lane II - Bayswater IV. Yellow
- 8:30 - 20:00
Grosvenor Gardens - Buckingham Palace - Millbank - Big Ben & Parliament - Westminster Bridge - The London Eye - Aldwych - StPaul's Cathedral - The Monument - London Bridge The Shard - Tower Hill - Victoria Embankment - Parliament Street/Whitehall - Trafalgar Square - Piccadilly Circus - St James's Palace - Hyde Park - Park Lane - Buckingham Palace Road. Blue -The Museum Tour
Kensington Palace - Glouchester Road - South Nensington - Harrods, Knightsbridge - Hyde Park Corner - Royal Albert Hall. Green -The Loop Line
- alle 10:30 da The Original London Visitor Centre.
Leicester Square - Whitehall - Lambeth Palace - Westminster Bridge - Northumberland Avenue - Piccadilly Circus - Cambridge Circus - Leicester Square. Orange - British Museum Tour
- 8.15 - 18.15
Russel Square - Great Russell Street - Piccadilly Circus - Southampton Row - Euston Station - Kings Cross Station - St Pancras Station - Euston Station II. Black - Capital Connector
Park Lane - Backer Street - Albany Street - Marylebone Road - Park Lane II.Walking Tours
- The Changing of the guard tour (it starts from The Original London Visitor Centre at 10.00): With Buckingham Palace as the backdrop, the Changing of the Guard is an experience you shouldn't miss. Led by front-line soldiers from The British Army, the Changing of the Guard ceremony is a centuries-old tradition. Firstly, you will stroll past St James’s Palace, the most senior royal palace in the UK. It was built as an elaborate gesture from King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn, before he beheaded her of course. This is where the ceremony begins as the New Guard sets off for Buckingham Palace.March alongside the soldiers to Buckingham Palace where your guide will secure you the best views in the house. Dressed in the iconic red tunics and bearskin hats, the Foot Guards are usually led by the Corps of Drums. On the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, the New Guard swaps places with the Old Guard in a ceremony that is renowned across the world. On the days in which the changing of guard doesn't take place, the tours visit HouseGuards Parade for the changing of guard on horseback, than you'll see Buckingam Palace and St James Palace.
Plase take note: the tour is available everyday but if it rains the "changing of the guard" doesn't take place.
- Jack the Ripper tour (from 15.30 at The Original Tour bus stop at The Tower of London on Tower Hill):Retrace the steps of Jack the Ripper, the serial killer who murdered several women in 1888.
Please take note: this tour ends at the Subway stop Aldgate East
- Rock'n'Roll tour (The Original London Visitor Centre, from 10.30.): Shine a whole new light on star-studded Soho on our guided Rock 'n' Roll Walking Tour! Our experienced guides will bring to life London’s impressive music history, from the swinging sixties to the present day. There’s no better way to learn about pop culture and the rich musical tapestry that London has to offer.
Please take note: Jack the Ripper tour is not available on 24/12 and the bus service ends at 16.45.