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London VIP Audio Tour to The Eye, Westminster, and Buckingham Palace

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  • Private Tour
  • Audio Guide
  • 55 min

Join radio presenter and The Influential Women podcast host and newsreader Nicki Bannerman on an immersive walking tour through the heart of Royal, political, cultural and historic London starting from the Embankment tube station. Wonder at ‘The London Eye’ and the Big Ben clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. Take a photo of the cultural iconic red phone boxes and pass near 10 Downing street towards Trafalgar Square and the Horseguards at Whitehall. Enter Westminster Abbey where our longest reigning monarch ‘Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’ had her coronation in 1953 broadcast in 39 languages. Observe the charm of Trafalgar Square as you walk down the mall to Buckingham Palace, the official royal palace since Queen Victoria in 1837 for hosting banquets, state occasions and the heart of Royal life. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey was once a Benedictine Abbey. Britain's longest reigning monarch Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Second had her coronation at Westminster Abbey in 1953.

Pass By: Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is where the monarch has their main residence.

Pass By: Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords – the two houses that make up the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Pass By: Parliament Square

Parliament Square has hosted many demonstrations amongst the statues of historic individuals.

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Number 10 Downing Street has been the residence of the Prime Minister for hundreds of years. And the Chancellor of the Exchequer is his next-door neighbour at number 11.

Pass By: Trafalgar Square

The two fountains at the foot of Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square were designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1937 with four large bronze lions protecting the magnificent statue in the square.

Pass By: London Eye

The London Eye was opened to celebrate the new millennium on New Year's Eve in 1999. The height has already been surpassed by structures in Asia and the USA but it is still known as the "world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel" and the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe.