- By kevin
- On Apr 2, 2018
- Travel Tips
We offered Europe tours & trips from London with great discount on the Globerouter.com website. Choose the right guided tours to Europe. Stroll along the Thames, take in the book markets on the South Bank, cross over Waterloo Bridge and head across Trafalgar Square. Book tickets to West End plays, climb Big Ben, and enjoy gourmet meals in Soho restaurants like Chotto Matte (Frith Street) or Ember Yard (60 Berwick St).
Top Attraction Don't Miss During Your London Europe Trips:
Buckingham Palace: Residence of the Queen
The official monarch's residence in London since 1837, Buckingham Palace is a focal point for locals and tourists alike. Visitors flock to witness the changing of the guards every day, a national tradition. When the queen is home, a flag flies high, but when Her Royal Highness is away, the lavish State Rooms are opened for tours of epic masterpieces and grandiose decor.
London Eye: Panoramic Views
Also known as the Millennium Wheel, the London Eye was the tallest Ferris Wheel ever built upon its completion in 1999. A feat of construction, this minimal giant is an icon of the city. Each year millions make the rounds in massive glass cabins, soaring over the city of London with views of every notable attraction - an unforgettable experience.
The colleges that make up Oxford University represent the city’s architectural highlights, and you’ll explore these during a comprehensive walking tour. Wander through ornate chapels, lavish libraries and spacious halls.
Before leaving the city, you’ll have free time to discover its endearing charms independently. Perhaps visit one of its famous ‘Old English’ inns for lunch (own expense) or maybe explore Oxford’s wealth of interesting streets and independent shops.
In the early afternoon, hop back on board your luxury coach and head to the pretty village of Bampton in Oxfordshire, the setting for the exterior village scenes in the TV show 'Downton Abbey'. See Matthew Crawley's mother's house as well as the hospital from the second series. Learn about how the current villagers' homes are transformed into the Post Office and the pub for the TV show, and explore the Bampton Archive and local exhibitions to learn about the village history.