What To Expect
The London Eye: one of the most recognizable structures in the world. On a clear day from the London Eye you'll be able to see 25 miles. On all of our bike tours, you will learn some of the stories behind the landmarks. With experienced guides, combined with our ability to blend history, anecdotes, and humor, leave it to us to make sightseeing and learning fun!
St. Paul's Cathedral: The newest St. Paul's is the masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren. The ground upon which it is built has been considered sacred for thousands of years. In more modern times, this is where the world mourned the loss of Sir Winston Churchill and celebrated the fairytale wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Shakespeare's Globe: Have you ever used the expressions: to kill with kindness, one fell swoop, or dead as a doornail? Those and hundreds of other expressions and words are attributed to one of the greatest Brits who ever lived. In the shadows of the historically accurate recreation of the Globe Theater, learn a bit more about William Shakespeare and his impact on our 21st century lives.
Borough Market: A "must do" in any guide book and worth its suggested retail price, the Borough Market represents the culinary side of London, bringing in the best from the East and the West. This stop will not disappoint. We'll break for about an hour, giving you time to explore on your own, grab a snack from any number of hot food vendors, and still enjoy a pint at a local English pub with your guide.
Tower Bridge: One of the most recognizable bridges in the world, Tower Bridge was built nearly 60 years into the reign of Queen Victoria, and during the height of the British Empire. You will have the opportunity to take photos at its most spectacular vantage point: looking across to the Bridge and the Tower of London.
The Tower of London: Originally built by William the Conqueror, this World Heritage site has been used as a royal residence, prison, observatory, treasury, mint, and even a zoo. The top of the list of recognizable prisoners includes: Thomas More, Sir Walter Raleigh, Guy Fawkes, and Anne Boleyn. While it likely deserves a full day to experience, you'll get a taste of the Tower with us on this tour.
Trafalgar Square: Home to the National Portrait Gallery and Lord Nelson's Column. Lord Nelson was commanding the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar when he was killed by a French sniper. Today the square also hosts events, public gatherings, ceremonies, and festivals. It is against the law to feed the pigeons here.
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather (gloves are strongly encouraged in cold weather).
All riders must be at least 5 feet tall.
Luggage storage will not be possible.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
2 hours and 30 minutes
2 hours and 30 minutes