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Enjoy all that London & its surrounding historical & regal attractions have to offer on our London City break. See some of London's most important royal landmarks & check out a number of London locations that British Royals are known for - enjoy it all on this 4-day tour!

Day 1: London

Welcome to England's capital! Make your way to your hotel for check-in and then perhaps set out again to start exploring this city full of culture. 

Day 2: London

This morning you'll see the best bits of London in only half a day and learn all about London's history with your Expert Tour Guide. Your day begins with a relaxing panoramic drive through London with your expert tour guide. Along the way, your guide will regale you with interesting stories and facts about London's long history. On this scenic journey through the city, you will see all of London's most iconic sights, including Westminster Abbey, the iconic Elizabeth Tower, also known as 'Big Ben', St Paul's Cathedral, and many others. Watch the Changing of the Guard at either Buckingham Palace or at Horse Guards Parade, an event steeped in tradition and ceremony.  The tour last approximately 3 hours and finishes at Trafalgar Square around 12.00 noon. Your guide will be happy to give you suggestions for lunch and transportation back to your hotel. Or you can then add an optional Thames River Cruise. Once the tour has ended, you can make your way down to Westminster Pier for a scenic cruise on the River Thames down to Tower Pier.  The afternoon is free to pass as you choose perhaps taking advantage of the many museums offering free admittance. (B)

Day 3: Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath

Today discover three of England’s national treasures on this full-day tour exploring the ancient landscape of Stonehenge, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bath, and beautiful Windsor Castle, with entrance fees included. Your tour begins with a visit to Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in world and home to British kings and queens for over 900 years.  Venture into the opulent State Apartments to discover a statue of Queen Victoria, the Waterloo Chamber, the King’s Rooms, Queen’s Rooms and world-famous masterpieces by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. You’ll also get to explore St George’s Chapel - the setting for many royal weddings and the final resting place of Queen Elizabeth II. If you’re visiting on a Thursday or Saturday, listen out for the triumphant tunes of troops in red uniforms and bearskin caps at the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Continue to visit mysterious Stonehenge where you can wander around this 5,000-year-old monument, declared a world heritage site, and be captivated by the unique rock formation rising up against the skyline on Salisbury Plain. Stonehenge’s origins have puzzled experts for hundreds of years, so make up your own mind and solve the mystery yourself! Don't forget to visit the award-winning visitor centre where you can see 250 archaeological objects discovered in the landscape, contemporary art, photographs, the large shop, and a café. Just outside the visitor centre, you'll also find a recreation of the Neolithic houses found during excavations in 2006 & 2007. In the afternoon discover the beauty of Bath. Standing proudly on the slopes of the River Avon, Bath is a stunning Georgian city and the first in England designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s home to the world-famous Roman Baths, one of the best historic attractions in the country. Although you can no longer take a dip in these waters, you can soak in the glorious views of the hot springs and the gorgeous area that surrounds them. Why not sip Bath’s waters in the Pump Room and give your verdict on the taste? If there’s time to spare, wander the cobbled streets of the idyllic city, making sure to visit Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent and the spectacular Pulteney Bridge. You may also want to pop into the Jane Austen centre for a spot of regency afternoon tea before returning to London with an estimated arrival time at 8:00 pm. Please note Windsor Castle is closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays; a guided walking tour of Windsor will operate instead. (B)

Day 4: London

Today marks the end of your London City Break. At a suitable time, make your way to the airport or railway station to continue your journey. Or ask us about booking an optional transfer or extending your stay in London. (B) 

Daily departures

Excursions included do not operate daily and the itinerary will be modified to suit.