Presenting a unique London trip guide that includes plenty of sightseeing, a medieval dinner, plus a hunt for Jack the Ripper in London’s haunted streets...London… A name that summons images of medieval glory, the monarchy, and the passionate bard reciting his passionate sonnets. But what London offers to the curious traveler goes beyond traditions of majesty. Its history has given much to pop culture (think of Shakespeare, Jack the Ripper, and the Beatles along the same line), creating sightseeing thrills that are all the city’s own.But is it possible to experience the uniqueness of London in three days? With a well-thought out itinerary you can.
Delight in a gentle walking tour through narrow alleys and ancient squares at the university town of Oxford. Channel Harry Potter’s powers as you visit Christ Church. Take a quiet lunch in charming Cotswold. Visit Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Shakespeare’s childhood home in Stratford. Enjoy the sumptuous 4-course Medieval Banquet at the Ivory House on St. Katharine’s Dock
For lunch, enjoy a leisurely lunch onboard a floating restaurant. Take your fill of views along the Thames. At night, get ready to track down the legendary Jack the Ripper in the narrow and twisted lanes of London's East End by foot.
2 hours and 30 minutes
1 hour and 30 minutes
Don’t miss a beat! Walk the streets of Liverpool, where John, Paul, George and Ringo grew up and changed the world with their music. Visit the Beatles Shop on Matthew Street. Get a glimpse of how the iconic band’s career skyrocketed at the Beatles Story exhibition at Albert Dock.
Conquer three cities with a single vacation! Dynamic London is a mere couple of hours away from other premier European destinations, topped by the ever-enticing Paris. Take on a sightseeing binge and appreciate the contrast of colors and heritage in different cities on this three-day trip.
Learn about the Great Fire of 1666 and the Blitz of 1940-41 as you drive through the financial center. Relive Lady Di's royal wedding to Prince Charles atSt Paul's Cathedral. Visit the 1,000-year-old Tower of London and the dazzling Crown Jewels. Cap off the beautiful trip with a cruise on the River Thames.
Head off to Edinburgh (a short train ride away from Kings Cross Station) and satisfy your craving for the Old World. See the Royal Mile, the Holyroodhouse Palace, and the Greyfriars Bobby. Take a snapshot of the Royal ApartmentsEdinburgh Castle and the Scottish Crown Jewels.
15 hours and 30 minutes
Welcome to the City of Light! Paris is a mere 2-hour, 15-minute trip away via the Channel Tunnel. Witness such wonders: Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, and the Louvre. You can also go shopping at the Opera.
Filled to the brim with the richnesss of a long history, London offers world-renowned tourist attractions that range from majestic buildings to art havens to larger-than-life amusement finds such as the London Eye. Take this two-day introductory trip to some of the most celebrated features of the city.
Visit London’s West End and Financial Center for a photo fix. Marvel at the magnificence of Westminster Abbey. Capture on cam, too, the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace, the Bank of England, and the Mansion House. Relish great city views aboard the London Eye. Swap tales with other tourists on a lovely evening dinner cruise aboard the Symphony.
Gaze at the Windsor Castle, home to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Could you divulge the mystery of the ages as you look at the Stonehenge? Appreciate, too, the famous Roman spa of the ancient world in Bath. Taste spa water straight from the historic Pump Rooms.