Panoramic Tour of London by London Black Cab
Come and join our Panoramic Tour of London where we will transport you around London’s top attractions and most famous sights on this 3 ½ – 4 hour tour. If you want to see all of the best bits that London has to offer, but don’t know where to start, then this is the tour for you.
Travelling around London by a Black London Cab on our Panoramic Tour of London with an expert tour guide will entertain you with plenty of facts, anecdotes and trivia. All you have to do is sit back and relax.
The tour starts in the West of London and travels eastwards. In South Kensington your guide will point out impressive Victorian institutes including the V&A Museum and the Natural History Museum. If you are musical, then look out for the circular Royal Albert Hall, and if you like a bit of bling then look out for the glistening Albert Memorial.
As the tour passes through Knightsbridge your guide will point out Harrods – famous for its luxury and designer wear. Speaking of luxury your tour guide will point out Buckingham Palace to you: the official residence to Her Majesty the Queen.
Part way through the tour you can enjoy a walking tour through St James’s Park, providing you with the perfect opportunity to take some photos, and have a short comfort break.
Of course a Panoramic tour of London wouldn’t be complete without seeing the most famous clock in the world Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. You will also pass Westminster Abbey, which dates back to 1066 and the gated entrance to Downing Street, where the British Prime Minister lives at number 10. As the tour continues along you’ll see even more famous London landmarks including Nelson’s Column with its four lions and the National Gallery.
You’re guide can provide you with information on London’s Theatre Land and let you know when you enter the City of London. In the final leg of your Panoramic Tour of London you’ll pass the beautiful St Paul’s Cathedral designed by Christopher Wren and famous for the whispering gallery in the dome. Finally one of London’s most famous sights will come into view: Tower Bridge – if you’re lucky you might see it lift! The tour finishes by the Tower of London: the Medieval Castle around which London was built.
After the tour you’ll have seen most of London’s iconic landmarks and you’ll be raring to go to start exploring London!