Central London Walking Tour

Buckingham Palace Road, SW1A 1AA (0)
from/per person £40.00
  • City sightseeing
  • Groups allowed
  • Led Tour
  • Transportation


Delight yourself in a stroll through Central London to learn the tremendous culture. Visiting historical places like Westminster Abbey (built 960), River Thames, the Houses of Parliament (the House of Commons and House of Lords), Big Ben (Tower Clock), Downing Street (number 10), the Cabinet War Rooms (Churchill War Rooms), Parliament Square (laid out in 1868), Trafalgar Square (public square in the City of Westminster), Buckingham Palace (the royal residence since 1837), the Banqueting House, Royal Parks; Green Park and St. James Park, National War Memorial, Covent Garden, China Town and Leicester Square.

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  • It is a 3 hours tour.
  • Discover historical buildings and sites like Westminster Abbey, River Thames, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Downing Street, the Churchill War Rooms, Parliament Square, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, the Banqueting House, Green Park, St. James’ Park, National war memorial, Covent Garden, China Town and Leicester Square, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and Admiralty Arch.
  • Fantastic photo opportunity.


  • Leave meeting point at 8 am.
  • Arrive at Central London at 10 am.
  • Sightsee the Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, China Town, Leicester Square etc.
  • On the way back to Trafalgar Square view the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery.
  • Walk through the Admiralty Arch on The Mall to Buckingham Palace, seeing St. James’s Park one of the Royal Parks on the left where the royal pond is and Green’s Park on the right. At Buckingham Palace see the royal guards through the Palaces’ gate, walk down the Birdcage Walk to Downing Street, the Horse Guard Parade and Churchill War Rooms are nearby.
  • Trace this path to the City of Westminster to see the famous Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, House of Parliament (Palace of Westminster; the iconic home of UK Parliament), Parliament Square.
  • Cross the Westminster Bridge over River Thames on Bridge Road to the Southeast of London where St. Thomas Hospital is on the right and London Eye on your left.
  • Explore the Southbank Centre.
  • Take a train from Waterloo East to Erith / Barnhurst.
  • Depart from London at 6:30 pm.
  • Return to the meeting point at 8 pm.


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