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  • Royal London Tour with London Eye and Madame Tussauds

    1. Royal London Tour with London Eye and Madame Tussauds

    Climb aboard a luxury coach and take a panoramic drive to see the landmarks of London. Marvel at the monuments of Parliament Square, such as Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. Continue to Kensington Palace to see the former residence of Diana, Princess of Wales. Pass the Royal Albert Hall and Albert Memorial, and then head to St James's Park where on selected ays you can watch the ceremonial Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace. End at Trafalgar Square at around 12:00 PM, where you will be given your flexible entry tickets to Madame Tussauds and the London Eye, valid for 30 days.

  • Royal London Tour

    2. Royal London Tour

    Discover the spectacular royal sights and monuments of London on this wonderful morning tour through the city. Begin the day with a panoramic drive around Parliament Square, and admire the stunning Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton got married. Pay a visit to the Royal Albert Hall and Albert Memorial, and then continue the tour to St. James's Park. Stop before the beautiful Buckingham Palace to marvel at the colorful ceremony of the Changing of the Guard, backed by an impressive military band. End the fascinating tour in the lovely Trafalgar Square at around noon, at which point your guide will be happy to give suggestions for lunch and assistance with transportation back to your hotel.

  • Hyde Park and South Kensington Museums Tour in Italian

    3. Hyde Park and South Kensington Museums Tour in Italian

    Discover what dinosaurs looked like and see a replica of the Earth's core at the Natural History Museum. Examine fossils and extinct animals, such as the dodo. Next, visit the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore the world's largest collection of decorative arts and design. Get some time for a cup of tea in the Victorian-era café. Then, take a short walking tour of the upscale Kensington neighborhood to view its neoclassical buildings. Admire the red-brick Royal Albert Hall and see the memorial to Prince Albert at the entrance to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Go for a walk in the park to look at the statue of Peter Pan and the Italian Garden.

  • Panoramic London from Kensington to Westminster in Spanish

    4. Panoramic London from Kensington to Westminster in Spanish

    Passing Hyde Park, reach the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea  where you will be able to admire the Royal Albert Hall and the Albert Memorial, both associated with Prince Albert, who provided the inspiration for the foundation of exhibitions at the National History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum; both of which you will drive past before reaching Brompton Road, where you will see the world-famous shops, Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Continue down Sloane Street, where the world's most prestigious fashion boutiques are represented. The districts of Belgravia and Mayfair are London's most exclusive residential and commercial areas. The famous squares of Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square will welcome you into the heart of the old City of Westminster, where politics and royalty converge. Youwill see Number 10 Downing Street (the official residence of the British Prime Minis...

  • Royal London Walking Tour

    5. Royal London Walking Tour

    Your local guide will meet either meet you at your hotel or at the tour starting point of St. James Park Underground Station. The walk starts by heading to St James’ Park, built by King Henry VIII and so the oldest Royal Park in London. The park is renowned for its wonderful variety of birds that live in and around the lake. Next up you will visit the first of several Royal Palaces and walk a short distance to St. James’ Palace. This old palace used to be the residence of the monarch until 1837. These days it is occupied by Prince Charles, the Duchess of York and Prince Harry. From here you will walk along Londons primary ceremonial road, The Mall which leads to Buckingham Palace but before you get to the home of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, you will see Clarence House, a home with a lengthy Royal history that for many decades was the residence of the Queen Mother. There is no avoiding the ...

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What people are saying about Albert Memorial

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 40 reviews

Enjoyable, knowledgeable guide

The tour was very enjoyable, Thought we were going to pass Kennington Palace, but was aware of Road closures. Would have liked more time to get out and see the wonderful buildings and land marks but assume a morning tour is not long enough. It did give us an insight into what we found interesting and will use this as a guide to visit these places more fully. Would certainly recommend as coach very comfortable and guide very knowledgeable. Many thanks

Great guide, great tour

I felt comfortable on this tour. We were mostly on the bus and visited different districts, buildings and sights. Good to get a great overview. We are held 2 times to watch a park and the changing of the guards of the riders. In retrospect, I should have opted for the extended tour, which also includes the afternoon.

Excellent guide

Recommend a Sunday tour for tidbits of trivia. Our guide was awesome and kept us well informed during the changing of the guard. Fun facts and history came alive.

Very good tour, the impeccable guide !!!

THEY DID NOT TAKE US TO THE CHANGE OF GUARD !!! I STILL DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED

Great tour guide!

Book this tour it gets you up close to the changing of the beautiful horse guards!