- 72 hour Big Bus Tour pass with FREE walking tours
- Visit to the “London Eye” with Fast Track access
- Medieval Banquet dinner
- Admission to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
- Admission to the Sea Life Aquarium
- Full day trip to Henry VIII’s Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle
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Upon arrival in London, your driver will meet and transfer you to your hotel. The balance of the day is free to explore the city.
Explore the city, using your Big Bus 72-hour bus tour pass. Your Open-Topped Double-Decker Bus will take you around London’s most famous attractions. You can hop on and hop off as many times as you want at more than 50 stops at the main attractions. Your ticket also includes three guided walks a FREE Thames River Cruise and a book of discount vouchers offering you great savings at some of the main attractions as well as shops and restaurants. What’s more, hop on the panoramic Night Tour of London to see the city illuminated when dusk falls. (B)
The day is yours to explore the city as you wish. It may be a great day to use your prepaid admissions and visit Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the Sea Life Aquarium. For dinner, travel back in time, for a four-course medieval banquet complete with lively music and dancing! Eat and party like a king at a medieval banquet hosted by the incomparable Henry VIII. The dinner features jousting knights, amazing acrobats, melodic minstrels and talented troupers – all the ingredients for a right royal romp. (B, D)
Full-day journey to Hampton Court and Windsor Castle. Start with a panoramic drive around Parliament Square passing Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton were married. Your tour includes Hampton Court Palace and Gardens and a walking tour around Windsor (with options to visit the interiors of Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle). (B)
A free day in London awaits you! Make sure to use your London Eye “Fast Track” admission and make your way to Kensington Palace to one of the most important and historic palaces in England, the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria. Kensington Palace first became a royal residence for King William III and Queen Mary II in 1689. Today it houses a stunning permanent display of fashionable and formal dresses the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection which includes Queen Victoria’s wedding dress and dresses worn by Princess Diana. (B)
Transfer to the airport for your return flight. (B)