Friday, 1 November 2013

Fancy Doing Some Sightseeing in London?

London is one of the great cities of the world and one of those cities that should be on everyone’s list of places they just have to see. Well, if it’s somewhere you must see then why not see it on one of the many top-rated sightseeing tours available from BmyConcierge.com?

There is so much to see, so much going on, how do you cram in as much as you can in the short time available to you? There are old favourites like the reliable hop-on hop-off buses that regularly run around London. They provide an expert commentary on the buildings that surround you as you wind through the streets of the capital. A variety of walking and bicycle tours are available, taking you to the secret not often seen places in the city.

There are also river cruises up the Thames that show you London from a different perspective, that from the river that has always been the lifeblood of the city.

If you want a private sightseeing tour you could always hire a chauffeur who will take you around and show you the sights and have an encyclopaedic knowledge of the city for you to tap into. Many of these tours have particular themes that you might enjoy. For example: the Sherlock Holmes tour following the footsteps of the famous literary detective, Princess Diana’s London visiting the sites she made famous, or the Celebrity tour celebrating London’s contribution to popular culture.

The tours available on BmyConcierge.com aren’t just restricted to the nation’s capital though. You can travel across the UK to amazing places like Stonehenge or visiting historic towns and cities such as Bath, Salisbury, Stratford upon Avon and Oxford. Visit beautiful palaces, ancient castles and imposing cathedrals. There are even day trips from London to Paris via the Eurostar.

No matter what you want to see, the sightseeing tours on BmyConcierge.com will help you see it.


There are lots of tours available to see on our site.

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