How to enjoy as much as possible in one day without getting tired? London in one day
EVENING TOUR AND FERRY ON THE RIVER THAMES
Choose your favorite tour and if you want we add the ferry ride on the river Thames
A suggestive walk on the leitmotif of the historic pubs in the London Bridge area. Discover the anecdotes and legends, sip an Ale between centuries-old walls and finally meet some Londoners!
London from above
Climb on an iconic skyscraper like the Shard or the Walkie Talkie, admire London at your feet and find the famous monuments in the labyrinths of night lights. Fly from one bank of the Thames to the other on the Emirates Airline cable.
Night at the museum
Are you curious to find out what is the atmosphere in a prestigious museum at night? Don’t miss this opportunity! Discover the most renowned museum collections in the world in a unique and exclusive surrounding. The British Museum, the National Gallery and the Tate Modern are open on Friday evenings. On Saturday night only the Tate Modern. For more information about the Museums Late follow the link.
Jack the Ripper and the East End
Immerse yourself in Victorian London, stroll through what were once its poorest and most infamous neighborhoods. Walk through the Jack the Ripper crime scenes and discover an area of London with alternative venues. This tour is not recommended for the faint of heart!
Greenwich and Canary Wharf
A journey outside the city center to admire the illuminated architecture of the Old Naval College and the beautiful ship Cutty Sark in Greenwich. Do you know that at night a green laser cuts the sky marking the Zero Meridian? The financial center of Canary Wharf at night hides exclusive corners of nightlife that are overlooking the water mirrors once part of the old port of London.
Live music, transgressive neighborhoods and spotlights on all night on this a walk through the wild London. The experience takes place in the neighborhoods of Soho, Chinatown and Covent Garden.
Discover the London’s strangest museum in its evening opening: the Wellcome Collection and then step into the British Library which is the world’s largest library for number of books. This tour is plenty of surprises, what about finding yourself face to face with the Harry Potter Platform 9 ¾ …
Are you an Art Lover? Join us to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum with live music and performances, let’s have tea in an elegant room and admire the famous Royal Albert Hall and the Albert Memorial.