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If you're new to London or even if you already know all the words to ‘God Save The Queen', this London bike tour has something for you including some of the best Royal Parks.
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Your bike tour is licensed to use the London Royal Parks so you can escape the hubbub of the city's traffic and cycle on comfortable bikes through Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James's Park. Whether talking about Kings, Queens & Princesses; palaces, parks & parliament, or battles and their heroes & villains, your guide will entertain you with the most fascinating stories.
- Duration: 4.5 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
- Pick-up: Not available
- Inclusion: English-speaking guide / Bike / Helmet (provided but optional) / Fully guided tour by bike to see Royal London and its famous Parks / Stop for snack and pint in a traditional English pub (cost not included)
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11:00 Begin your bike tour and ride through London's Royal Parks
The Houses of ParliamentThe Houses of Parliament are situated along the banks of the Themes River. Home to the House of Lords and the House of Commons, at one point in history, the decisions made here directly affected one quarter of the world's population
Buckingham PalaceBuckingham Palace has been the official London residence of the Royal Family since Queen Victoria. This 661 room palace remained the dwelling of the monarchy throughout World War II, even after being hit seven times by German air strikes.
Westminster AbbeyWestminster Abbey was founded, according to legend, in the year 616. It is home to the crypts of some of the most famous British citizens. Additionally, since 1066, all British monarchs who have had a coronation, have been crowned in the Abbey.
The Royal ParksThe Royal Parks in London include Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park, and St. James's Park. As the only bicycle tour company licensed to make use of the Royal Parks, you can get refuge from the hubbub of the city’s traffic.
Big BenAttached to the houses of parliament, Big Ben actually refers to the 13 tonne hour-bell within the clock tower. London first heard the chimes on May 31, 1859.
Kensington PalaceKensington Palace was first occupied by William III in the seventeenth century and remains to this day an official royal residence. Princess Diana lived here until her death in 1997 and it is the official residence of William and Kate.
Trafalgar SquareTrafalgar Square is home to the National Gallery and Lord Nelson's Column. Lord Nelson was the enigmatic commander the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar. Today the square is considered one of the most central points in London and hosts events, public gatherings, ceremonies and festivals.
Enjoy a pint in a traditional English pubWe also have a break in Trafalgar Square where you can grab something to eat and enjoy a pint in a traditional English pub.
You'll also see the following sites on the Royal London Bike TourAlso see: Downing Street, House Guards Parade, St. James Park, Hyde Park Corner, the Churchill War Rooms, Kensington Gardens and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain.
15:00 Royal London Bike Tour ends
Does the Royal London Bike Tour run all year round?
- Yes. Tours run on a reduced schedule from November to March at 11am Thursdays to Mondays, inclusive.
Where is the meeting point for the Royal London Bike Tour?
- Directly outside Queensway tube station, which is on the central line (the red line cutting across the map from east to west). 15 minutes before the start of the tour, one of the tour guides will be standing by the red phone boxes holding a sign.
Is the Royal London Bike Tour difficult?
- No. Most of the time is spent on bike lanes within the Royal Parks. There is a bit of road riding and a few crossings so a basic level of cycling proficiency is required.
What happens if it rains?
- Tours run rain or shine and have plenty of rain ponchos. Tours in the rain can be a different kind of fun and an even more fun memory! If you have a reservation and the weather is really bad, you are welcome to reschedule the tour for any other day for up to year. You must call to arrange in advance.
Does the Royal London Bike Tour include a stop for lunch?
- Yes. You will usually stop near Trafalgar Square where there are plenty of options for lunch including to join the guide at a traditional English pub. Otherwise, you may stop in St James park next to a cafe.
Where does the Royal London Bike Tour end?
- The tours finish at the same place they start.
Can I go inside the London sites and attractions visited?
- No, the bike tours are an overview of the London sites and attractions and more about getting a feel for the city.
Will we be able to take photos of the London sites visited?
- Yes. There will be a chance to take many photos at the designated stops during your Royal London Bike Tour.
Is there a space to store bags or luggage?
- Yes. You are welcome to leave bags, luggage or unwanted family members in the garages. Someone is usually in the office and it will be locked up if they have to leave. While we have never had a single case of theft or loss of items, you do leave them at your own risk. You can strap smaller bags to the rack on the back of the bikes too!
Can I supply my own bike on the Royal London Bike Tour?
- All bikes are provided but you are welcome to bring your own bicycle and will receive a discount of 10%. The insurance only covers the theft of tour bicycles, so please do bring your own lock for the lunch stop. Advise at time of booking if you intend to bring your own bike to qualify for the discount.
Do you have children's bikes?
- Yes. Limited amount of children's bikes and baby seats are available. Unfortunately there are no tag-alongs available for this tour. You and your children will need to be comfortable cycling alongside traffic for this tour, so if you are at all unsure about your child's ability to cycle on the roads in London. The Royal London Bike Tour is the best option for you because the bulk of the itinerary is designed to ride through London's Royal Parks. Please be sure to specify at time of booking.
Are helmets provided on the London Royal Bike Tour?
- Yes. You are not compelled by law to wear helmets in the UK, but we have more than enough for everyone so the choice is entirely yours.
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- Any cancellations made within 72 hours prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.