At a glance
This tour has plenty of wondrous places to take photos of London and with iconic festivities going on year round there is always a surprise.
This tour is family friendly and involves the cultural and artistic history of the Southbank and fun places to visit.
Sites include London Eye, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge, Southwark Cathedral and London Bridge.
From here you can continue your exploration by visiting Borough Market for some world famous food, walking to the tour of London or connecting to the rest of London via public transport.
Good news! Big Ben is not completely covered with scaffolding! There is one bit you can still see. Luckily it's the best part of it and you can only see it on this tour and find out how it saved London from the Devil. Follow us along the river to take a picture of all skyscrapers at once and see which one can grate cheese, which one can fry eggs and which one is pregnant. Would you like to drive on the right side of the road — we know where yo can do it in London. We'll start when it's still light but by the time we will get to see the most beautiful of London bridges all light up we will have to sneak through the night along dark, narrow streets brushing by XII century castle/church/brothel. On the way we will also include few tips useful in London — what not to do on London Eye, where to go before the wedding and what to check before buying a bridge.
When: every Wednesday at 7 pm.
Duration: 2 hours.
Meeting point: Waterloo Station, outside Costa Coffee, opposite platform 11 - SE1 7LY
Route: Southbank Centre, Waterloo Bridge, ITV Studios, Blackfriars Bridge, Globe Theatre, The Clink Prison, Southwark Cathedral.
Finishing Location: London Bridge.
Appointment: 15 minutes prior to the starting time.
Recommended for everyone.
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Children under 12 go free, no need to book
Waterloo Station, outside Costa Coffee, opposite platform 11 - SE1 7LY