Tours

by Cristina  

tour bus londonTours are an incredible way to explore a city, a country or a specific sight. The best part of the tours is that they come in any form and are suited for any budget.

City tours

London is one of the most visited cities in the world and one of the most beautiful. There are several tour agencies which offer incredible London tours, which range from exploring the architecture, to visit the Parliament or exploring London by Night. The price depends on how many people are in the group. If there are 6 people (max) and you want to visit London in a day tour which includes visiting the Parliament (7 hours in total) the price is £545 for 6 persons. If you only want to visit the Parliament the 1.5 hours tour costs £250 per party for 6 persons.

The London by night tour takes 3 hours and takes you to see the major sights which look awesome in the night: West End, the River Thames, elegant Chelsea, Soho and Chinatown. The tour costs £495 for up to 11 persons.

Other tours

Any Beatles fan would want to take one of the many Beatles tours available in Liverpool. Tours range in length from 2 hours to an entire day. There are also specialized tours which focus on each member of the band. For a 2 hours tour exploring Penny Lane, Strawberry Field and the Beatles’ homes the cost is £45 for 2 persons.

When visiting Colchester Castle in Essex, the only way to see the Roman vaults, Norman chapel and Castle roof is to take a tour. You need to pay an additional £2.10 for an adult and £1.10 for a child after you’ve paid the entrance fee for the Museum (£5.20 for an adult and £3.40 for a child).

When you pay the entrance fee to visit Stonehenge you are also given a self-guided audio guide. The tour lasts between 30 min and 1 hour and the tickets cost £6.50 for an adult and £3.30 for a child.

There are also tours which combine the sites in the entire UK. For example a 10 days tour exploring the “Real Britain” starts £790 and explores sights such as London, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Bath, Edinburgh, Coventry and Stratford-upon –Avon.


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