There aren’t many capitals that compare to London. In fact, the metropolis is by far one of the most awe-inspiring cities in the entire world and it welcomes all forms of tourism. Therefore, why not take a trip to the Big Smoke? True, it can be quite a long journey if you’re travelling from the […]
If you’re visiting the UK with a group of Chinese tourists, you may have heard that London is the crème de la crème of the West. So why not head across and visit the capital of the United Kingdom?
For all its grandeur and opportunities to spend – let’s face it – an enormous amount of money, there are a huge amount of things to do in London that are completely free.
The history of London is complicated, exciting, and rather well-known by most. Everyone can rattle off a little bit of information about Guy Fawkes, the Great Fire of London, or the more recent London bombings.
While London has always been a popular holiday destination with Chinese tourists, Paris remained the number one European city of choice until recently – but not anymore!
You could mark the 400th anniversary of the death of the world’s favourite playwright on a free tour of London’s famous East End. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is one of the key attractions.
The beauty of our tours is that you can spend as much time as you like stopping off at each attraction. That means you could catch a matinee performance in one of the theatres as you travel around. Or you could use your walking tour as inspiration for your evening’s entertainment.
When you come to tour London, there are many options out there to help you get around, but one undoubtedly trumps all others… An audio tour!
You may think you know a lot about the sights and historic treasures of London’s West End. Take a London walking tour, however, and you’ll discover strange and unusual facts about Britain’s best-loved landmarks. Here are just seven of them to whet your appetite.
Although the East End does not, perhaps, have the glitz and glamour of the West End, it it steeped in history and is at the heart of some of the most important landmarks and events in British history.