Colorful Tour of London (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Colorful Tour of London (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Market Price
Rs. 61,250
Rs. 51,450



    Return Economy Class Airfare on Kingfisher Airlines
    Accommodation for 3 Nights at Choice hotel including breakfast
    Transfer in/ out (Airport-hotel-airport) on seat in coach basis
    Original London Sightseeing tour
    British Airways London Eye

Itinerary :

Day 1 : Arrive London
Arrive London and transfer to hotel of your choice. Overnight at hotel.
Meals: NA

Day 2 : London City Tour
The Original London Sightseeing Tour.The Original London Sightseeing Tour offers you 4 Hop-on Hop-off bus routes to customise your own tour of London.The ticket is valid on all routes operated by The Original tour for 24hours. The Original Tour (Yellow route) is the Grand Tour and takes you to the best of London's sights with an entertaining live guided English commentary. The City sightseeing tour (Red route) covers the major sights and offers digitally recorded commentary in seven languages plus a specialist children's channel for under 16's. Then there's the Loop line (Green route) connecting London's West End to Westminster and Waterloo International train station. Finally there is The Museum tour (Blue route) which gives you easy access to many of London's top museums, shops and attractions. You will also receive a free river cruise voucher to be taken on one of City Cruisers sightseeing cruises on the Thames.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3 : British Airways London Eye
Take a flight on British Airway's London Eye, a visually striking structure and the world's largest observation wheel. As you ascend over the Thames you will see London's famous streets, churches, palaces and monuments spread out below in a panoramic scene giving you a new perspective of a great city! On a clear day the views can stretch as far as 25 miles to Windsor Castle. Full terms and conditions are available on request.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 : London / Out
Free at own leisure until time for transfer to airport for your flight back home
Meals: Breakfast
Terms and Conditions

    Rates are per person on twin / sharing sharing basis
    Above rates are valid on minimum 2 adult travelling together
    Hotel rates are not valid during trade fairs, exhibitions & special events
    Airline seats & hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
    Airline seats & hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
    Meals unless specified are not included
    The check in time is 1400 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms

    The above prices are calculated based on the lowest available airfare. Prices are subject to change due to non availability of seats in the required class at the time of booking

    The rate of exchange taken for computing the above price is Rs. 80 to GBP 1. In the event of an increase in the ROE, the prices defined may change

    Some schedule and timing detail may change upon the suitability and without prior notice
    Any uncompleted booking, supplier will has right to deny the booking accordingly

Tour of London Places

London attractions are some of the most exciting and interesting in the world. From top museums which cover a range of topics to some fascinating historic buildings and monuments, there is something to please every visitor. London AttractionsInterested in the history of London? Want to visit some historic buildings? In London you can experience thousands of years of royal history at historical attractions such as Tower of London, the former home of King Henry VIII. The iconic London Tower Bridge is one of London's most recognisable historic landmark and it offers visitors the perfect photo opportunity with stunning views from the walkway at the top. Other popular historic attractions include St Paul’s Cathedral, Royal Albert Hall and Windsor Castle - the official residence of the Queen! ondon is packed with some the best museums in the world which cover topics from history and World War II to music, sport and the motor industry.

The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms offer a taste of life was like for the great leader during the Battle of Britain. There are many ways you can discover and learn about London's famous landmarks. The most relaxing way is on board a Thames River Cruise, floating down the river you will see many of the sights that feature of postcards for the city.

If you want to feel you've 'arrived' the first day then here's some ideas for a walk from Westminster, the heart of London.  How many films have you seen showing Westminster from Westminster Bridge?  Well get a photo from there first, send one back to your friends on your mobile. Stare at Big Ben for that feeling of having 'arrived'. Zoom in now and wander past Westminster Abbey up Whitehall and take a peek at 10 Downing Street (through bars!). Keep an eye open for the Horse Guards, especially if you're there at 4pm and see the dismounting ceremony. Next into Trafalgar Square where Lord Nelson dominates the scene. Here we have the National Gallery and St Martin-in-the-Fields Church. Hop on now to Leicester Square, the home of theatres and cinemas, down to Piccadilly Circus which has become somewhat seedy and then continue on through Soho up Shaftesbury Ave.

Trafalgar Square.

Another place where you can feel you have 'arrived' Lord Nelson dominating this large open space at the top of his huge column. Pigeons no longer abound but I suppose we'll get used to that. This is one of 'the places' to be on New Years Eve - if you like cuddling perfect strangers that is!

National Gallery is a must if you like art at all.  Host our best collection of paintings - Turner, van Gogh, Rembrandt to mention just a few. Join the 'quickie' or overview tours at 11.30am or 2.30pm.  If  you need a lunch break and a bit of peace from the hurly burly of Trafalgar Square then try the free lunch time concerts here to St Martin-in-the-Fields - Built in the 1720's and famous for its concerts. on Mon.Tue or Friday at 1.05.

Soho - well, what can we say. Take a look, it's amusing, titillating, seedy. It's Soho. Careful not to get done if you go into any of the shows, it may be more expensive than you bargained for. It's very popular so save time and book.  Changing of the Guard. This can be seen at 11.30am April to August and every even numbered day 'off season'. You could see the Royal Mews while in the vicinity. This is  the Queen's stables and is in daily use. You can see the wonderful coaches too.
Hyde Park.

Acres and acres of greenery with a man-made lake to boot. The merest hint of sunshine and we're out there stripping down as far as we dare!  Wren's most famous church is St Paul's Cathedral. The cathedral where the wedding of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana took place in 1981. See the crypt, anybody who's anybody's there! Have a spooky time in the whispering gallery at the top of the dome. At 1pm every day you can hear Great Paul, the largest swinging bell in Europe, being rung for five minutes. If you climb the Golden Gallery you will have a fine view of London. St Paul's was first built in 604 but burned down (it was made of wood) a few times.  Westminster from the London Eye. The London Eye Ferris wheel is a wonderful way to see London all in one go. On the South Bank. You can't miss it!

Tower of London

Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066-7 and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns, today the Tower of London is one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses. Discover its 900-year history as a royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, mint, arsenal, menagerie and jewel house. The most famous of London's sights.

For the tourist, London is a thrilling place with a multitude of places to visit. Monuments from the capital’s glorious past are everywhere, from medieval banqueting halls and the great churches of Christopher Wren to the eclectic Victorian architecture of the triumphalist British Empire. There is no shortage of things to do in London: you can relax in the city’s quiet Georgian squares, explore the narrow alleyways of the City of London, wander along the riverside walks, and uncover the quirks of what is still identifiably a collection of villages. The largest capital in the European Union, stretching for more than thirty miles from east to west, and with a population of just under eight million, London is also incredibly diverse, ethnically and linguistically, offering cultural and culinary delights from right across the globe.

Tower of London where you can take in the Beefeaters and Crown Jewels. Westminster with Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Trafalgar Square (just because everyone's been there). National Gallery. Buckingham Palace. Covent Garden. British Museum. Imperial War Museum. Tate Galleries. St Paul's Cathedral.  London Eye Ferris wheel. Greenwich. Madame Tussauds. Science Museum. Soho. Piccadilly Circus (because everyone goes there)  Work out what you want to see area by area to save time.


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