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    Great deals save money

    The See London by Night Bus Tour provides an opportunity to admire the capital’s most famous landmarks in all their floodlit splendour and with the benefits of full audio commentary. FROM ONLY £8.75 A 1hr and ½ hour trip atop an open-topped double-decker, the See London by Night Bus Tour takes you through the heart of London’s West End and historic areas of London, from the neon lights of Piccadilly Circus to the iconic clock face of Big Ben. Thames River Rover Pass + FREE The View from The Shard On City Cruises London Boat Tours you can see and experience the River Thames from the relaxed comfort of a modern, purpose-built, all-weather, accessible, sightseeing boat. The open air decks and panoramic windows allow wonderful opportunities to take photographs of some of London’s…

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  • Clarence House Guided Tours

    Clarence House Guided Tours

    Clarence House Guided Tours + The Cavendish Hotel (1 & 2 night packages) in August 2017 from £99pp Click Here For Deal Your package includes 1 or 2 nights’ overnight accommodation with full breakfast at The Cavendish Hotel, London with a Guided Tour of Clarence House. Book a trip to Clarence House Guided Tours + The Cavendish Hotel (1 & 2 Night Packages) online with us, with tickets to Clarence House Guided Tours + The Cavendish Hotel (1 & 2 Night Packages) and accommodation included in the…

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  • Best Kept Secrets

    Best Kept Secrets

    Just up from the tower you can see a Walkie Talkie building , you can get free tickets by booking online and picking a suitable date .But be aware these are only given in advance and go quick !! you can see fantastic views of London from the 35th floor. More info here https://skygarden.london/ Going to Greenwich ? on landing from the City Cruises trip City Cruises Please click here for details The Greenwich Foot Tunnel runs under the River Thames between Cutty Sark Gardens and Island Gardens, on the Isle of Dogs. It is 1,217 feet in length and approximately 50 feet deep. Its original purpose was to allow south London residents to work in the docks on the Isle of Dogs. It was designed by Sir Alexander Binnie and was opened on 4 August 1902 at a cost of £127,000. The tunnel is lined…

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