In this London Private Group Tour – 4 Night 5 days. Experience the United Kingdom, a unique blend of different cultures, nationalities and lifestyles! With its impressive castles, long-established pubs, great shopping, stunning landscapes, museums and majestic homes, extreme fashion, trendsetting music and outstanding theatre, the UK is a great destination for young travellers. Nothing beats living and working in Britain for an extended period of time to really get to know the country from the inside.
The culture of the United Kingdom is the pattern of human activity and symbolism associated with the United Kingdom and its people. It is informed by the UK’s history as a developed island country, liberal democracy and major power, its predominantly Christian religious life, and its composition of four countries—England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales—each of which has distinct customs, cultures and symbolism. The wider culture of Europe has also influenced British culture, and Humanism, Protestantism and representative democracy developed from broader Western culture.
British literature, British music, British cinema, British art, British theatre, British media, British television, British philosophy and British architecture are influential and respected across the world. The United Kingdom is prominent in science and technology. London has been described as a world cultural capital and is home to numerous major museums, galleries, libraries and other cultural institutions. Sport is an important part of British culture and numerous sports originated in the country, including the national game, football. The UK has been described as a “cultural superpower”.
The Industrial Revolution, with its origins in the UK, had a profound effect on the socio-economic and cultural conditions of the world. As a result of the British Empire, significant British influence can be observed in the language, culture and institutions of a geographically wide assortment of countries, including Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa and the United States. These states are sometimes collectively known as the Anglosphere and are among Britain’s closest allies. In turn, the empire also influenced British culture, particularly British cuisine.
As a result of the history of the formation of the United Kingdom, the cultures of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are diverse and have varying degrees of overlap and distinctiveness. Important parts of British folklore include Robin Hood, the Arthurian myth, Halloween and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Knowledge Capital of the World
London has over 200 museums and most of them are free to visit.
London is home to over 120 historic buildings, 150 theatres, 8,000 acres of parkland, 33 sites of scientific interest, 37,000 listed buildings and four world heritage sites.
London’s British Library has more than 150 million titles and contains the most comprehensive collections of antiquities and books. Apart from this, it has the London Library and Kings Fund Library.
The Science Museum library has 600,000 items of international importance in its collections of books, periodicals and microfilms.
75% of Fortune 500 companies have their offices in London
London generates 19% of the UK’s total GDP.
There are more than 20,000 multi-national companies in London.
A plethora of industries and Organizations means plenty of employment for bilingual graduates.
Days of departure:
Check-in time: 9:00 AM Return (approx.):6:30pm
Description of the visiting places
London Panoramic Tour and Westminster Abbey enjoy a whistle-stop tour of London’s famous monuments and marvel at the history of London’s modern masterpieces from the comfort of your seat. Have your cameras ready for our photo stop at the spectacular Westminster.
Buckingham Palace and Changing of the Guard A mass of red tunics, bearskins and Buckingham Palace – an unforgettable experience! Observe The Queen’s Foot Guard in their regal uniforms march alongside the military band to the Palace and witness the famous ceremony that is the Changing of the Guard.
Optional Lunch (pay yourself) After the Guard Change, we will stop for an English meal or traditional meal near the Tower of London.
Extended Visit at the Tower of London Take your time on this extended visit to the Tower of London. The Tower of London has served time as a royal palace, a prison and even a zoo, and now contains the Crown Jewels. The sparkling Koh-i-Noor and Cullinan diamonds will take your breath away!
Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace is subject to weather conditions and timetable changes when it is not available, we will visit Horse Guards Parade instead.
Do guide need a license to guide in London?
“You don’t need a license to guide in London unlike, say driving licenses, taxi license or to practice various forms of healthcare, etc. You just advertise yourself as a guide and there you go.” People might be confused as in many other countries where guides are licensed and regulated however anyone can claim to be a guide in Britain. Only the Blue (and in some cities Green) Badge guarantees thorough training, and knowledge not only about the area or site but also about first aid, the law relating to liability, disability issues, customer rights etc.
Arrival in London any Airport (if possible choose London city airport as its just 5 mins on train far away from our office) and transfer to 2 or 3-star hotel in London
Twin bed with bed and breakfast.
Evening local walk, briefing about the tour
English Dinner in a British Traditional Pub ( Food at your cost around £5 – £30)
Panoramic tour of London
See the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
Optional Lunch (food on your cost, its fast food around £5-£7)
Spectacular experience on the London Eye ride and short 4D film
Entry to Tower of London
Thames River boat ride
Visit Maritime Greenwich
a World Heritage Site and home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line. Our famous landmarks include CuttySark, the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, and Sir Christopher Wren’sOld Royal Naval College.
Launch at the Canny wafer in the Fast food restaurant
Canary Wharf is a major business district located London, United Kingdom. It is one of London’s two main financial centres – along with the traditional City of London – and contains many of the UK’s tallest buildings.
Madame Tussauds is a major tourist attraction in London, displaying waxworks of historical and royal figures, film stars, sports stars and infamous murderers.
Visit Bluewater shopping centre – one of the Europe largest shopping centre
some famous landmark and
Departure from London
Includes & Excludes
River Thames Boat Ride
Take to the water on a River Thames boat ride and travel along London’s array of attractions.
London Eye Experience
End your day in style! Take to the skies on a London Eye experience and enjoy breathtaking views of London in the luxury of your glass capsule. If you are tired you can use your tickets on another day (within 30 days).
Free Walking Tour
Why not follow in the footsteps of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge or take in the places where the Fab Four worked and played in London. The walking tour you decide to go on will surely captivate you, with it being an experience to to remember.or walk around your local area where the hotel is.
As you ware food is not include and can’t include as well. People like different food on the mood and situation. Food is PAY AS YOU GO. You have to keep up to £100 for food and if you like to test of English Wine then price will be high. If you try for walk, food, cost will be around £50 -£80 for 4 days.
Admissions to Tower of London
Panoramic tour of London
Ticket of London Eye experience& short 4D Film
Transportation by public train
Arrival and departure services by Taxi from airport to hotel
bed and breakfast
If need, round Air ticket of your country to London
All Food and beverages unless stated differently
If you want to have a private car that will be extra
if you wish to travel to Scotland and others city will be an extra cost
Personal insurance, visa fee, personal expense etc