A LITTLE MORE ABOUT THIS DESTINATION...
Cruise on the waters of River Thames and glide past the beautifully
constructed House of Parliament &
Listen to the click of heels when you see the Changing of the Guards ceremony at the Buckingham Palace.
Brush shoulders and click a photograph with the famous celebrities at the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
Admire the beautiful paintings and click a photograph with the lions
respectively at the National Gallery –
See the magnificent architecture and get a stunning view of London city from
the Saint Paul’s Cathedral
Marvel at the modern architecture of the towering 30 Saint Mary Axe – The Gherkin.
Salute the Beefeaters and look at the sparkling Kohinoor diamond and Crown
Jewels at the Tower of London.
Get a panoramic view of London city from The
Shard which is the tallest building in Western Europe.
Hop into an Underground Tube and zip
from one station to another connecting all the attractions in the city.
Shop for the very best in designer ware and luxury gift items at Harrods.
Dock yourself at the beautiful marina called St Katharine Docks and explore the shops, pubs and restaurants
Hail the signature London taxi and get driven on to the iconic London Bridge.
Get a bird’s eye view of the London skyline and it’s major attractions high up
from the London Eye.
Look up in admiration at the galleries, towers and domes of the Westminster Abbey.
Jog, walk, stroll or simply relax in the leafy green landscapes of the Hyde Park.
Explore the decorated sarcophagus of the ancient Egyptian Mummy, Katabet at the
Enjoy a traditional English High Tea
experience with Earl Grey tea and scones with jam and clotted cream.
Transform into a Dancing Queen when you watch the iconic musical Mamma Mia at the Novello Theatre.
Get star struck by the neon lights and the buzzing atmosphere at the Piccadilly Circus.
Shop till you drop for a world class, yet typical English experience at Selfridges on Bond Street.
See the largest collection of marine animals in Europe at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium.
Walk among the life size models of dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum.
Explore the beautiful Kensington Gardens which was home to the late Princess Diana.
along the famous junction of the Oxford
Circus & Regent Street which is in the heart of London.
Ride an underground tube from there to Covent
Garden and catch a spot of local street entertainment.
Head to Bicester Village and shop
for the latest in fashion trends which are a few hundred pounds lesser.
Take a tour of the famous Wimbledon tennis
courts and feast on some strawberries and cream while you’re at it.
Head out to Stratford Upon Avon
which was home to the famous William Shakespeare who was also known as The Bard of
Visit the renowned universities when you take a trip to Oxford or Cambridge and feel intellectually inclined.
After a tiring day treat yourself to the soothing strains of a live concert at
the Royal Albert Hall.