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Vintage London Bus Tour Including Thames Cruise with Optional London Eye

255 reviews
| 3 hours 30 minutes


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Category: Tours
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Other famous London landmarks you'll see include Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.

Next, you'll jump onboard a Thames River Cruise to see all of the famous London landmarks and bridges from a different perspective. The cruise passes Shakespeare’s Globe, Cleopatra’s Needle and London Bridge before you arrive at Westminster pier to rejoin the bus and head for Buckingham Palace.

Watch the world-famous Changing of the Guard Ceremony as the soldiers, dressed in their fabulous tunics and busbies, march to military music. If the guard change is not taking place, you will stop for photos of the Horseguards.

Add one of the following attractions for a comprehensive introduction to the city of London:

Top London Attractions:
Enjoy fast, hassle-free entry to the London Eye or Tower of London. Pre-booked and pre-paid tickets ensure speedy access to London’s top attractions.

Stonehenge Shuttle:
Combine the tour with an afternoon visit to Stonehenge. After the morning tour of London, you'll be dropped off at Victoria Coach Station ready to depart on the roundtrip shuttle bus (5 hours) to Stonehenge at 12:30pm. Designed to give you a fast, hassle-free independent trip to Stonehenge, collect your entrance tickets (included in the tour price!) and free audio-guide before exploring at your own pace.
Local guide
Vintage City Tour of London
Thames River cruise
Gratuities (optional)
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop-off


Meeting point
Victoria Coach Station


Dec 2017

Our guide was lovely, gave us a TON of information. We went on a Sunday morning, which was PERFECT. We took the Stonehenge option, so we got to see just about everything in a very short period of time. Perfect for us, as we were only in town for a few days!

Carol C,
Oct 2017

Fabulos two day trip. We loved the country side, small towns and villages. A must do.

Lauren M,
Sep 2017

This is the way to see as much of London as possible in a short amount of time. We LOVED our Vintage Bus Tour. Our tour guide, Richard was passionate and knew so much about London's rich history that we came away feeling like experts. It was a great way to get an idea of which sites we wanted to come back and spend more time at. The bus was so charming and we lucked out with wonderful, clear blue skies. Sit on the open top and take in the wonders. You'll spend so much time craning your neck at the sky scrapers and marvelous, old architecture that you'll have a stiff neck but its oh so worth it. The cruise along the Thames is beautiful and exciting. This tour really is the best bang for your buck for the true London Experience.

Dec 2017

good tour

Oct 2017

Our host was good but really fast walking. Did not see changing of the guards. Do you not know what days they perform at the palace? The river cruise was great.

Oct 2017

Sadly the morning was marred by terrible traffic and rain! It was an excellent way to reacquaint ourselves with the highlights of London. The traffic meant we couldn't go to all the sights we were expecting. The river cruise was good and the commentary interesting. I would recommend this cruise

Oct 2017

Our tour guide Sinead was very informative and helpful we enjoyed this tour. Loved West Minister Abby and her showing us the little hideaways. We didn't like the meeting place at Victoria Station very crowded, dirty, and confusing.

Carol W,
Aug 2017

Ticked all the boxes. Terrific guide

Sandy S,
Oct 2017

Voucher to the London Eye required long lines.

Sep 2017

The number of the gate at the Victoria coach station was wrong on our paperwork. We were running around worried that we may miss the tour we were looking so much forward. Thankfully the bus came about 30 min later due to the heavy city traffic and our tour guide Adam said he will make sure we don't miss anything. Everything started okey. We started our sight seeing on the lower part of the double -decker bus, Adam joined the bigger crowd on the top of the bus. The audio reception wasn't that great, had really hard to concentrate to understand. After about 30-45 min of very informative explanation of the surrounding we stopped for a closer look at the St. Paul cathedral disappointed that we couldn't take a look Inside of the church. Adam showed us around the cathedral and gave us couple of minutes to take some pictures. Since we were done talking pictures my husband and I decided to return to our bus, not realizing that that the bus may pick us up at the different location. That was very unfortunate, because we never found the bus or our group when we returned and had to take taxi back to the hotel. We were disappointed that they were not trying to wait or look for us, since we just walked around the corner and after not seeing the bus hurried right back, couldn't be more than 3-5 minutes. We never made to the Thames, Tower or the Palace and lost the rain coat on the bus. The sad part is that we only had few hours to see London since we were leaving early morning on a cruise and that was probably the only time in our lifetime being able to visit London from USA.