Get a panoramic introduction to London by coach, including photo stops and, if it takes place, the Changing of the Guard. Enjoy live commentary by an official London guide.
What to Expect
Passing Hyde Park, you will reach the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, where you will be able to admire the Royal Albert Hall and the Albert Memorial, both associated with Prince Albert, who provided the inspiration for the foundation of exhibitions at the National History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum; both of which we will drive past before reaching Brompton Road, where we will see the world-famous shops, Harrods and Harvey Nichols.We will continue down Sloane Street, where the world's most prestigious fashion boutiques are represented. The districts of Belgravia and Mayfair are London's most exclusive residential and commercial areas. The famous squares of Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square will welcome us into the heart of the old City of Westminster, where politics and royalty converge. We will see Number 10 Downing Street (the official residence of the British Prime Minister),
Check out the UNESCO heritage site of Parliament Square, around which you will see the Houses of Parliament (also known as the Royal Palace of Westminster), Westminster Abbey (the coronation church where Prince William and Kate Middleton married in 2011) and the clock tower of Big Ben. Having admired all these icons of London, including its enormous Ferris Wheel, the London Eye, you will drive to Buckingham Palace where you will witness the Changing of the Guard, as long as it's running that day.
Following the Panoramic tour after the changing of the guard, you will continue visiting Buckingham Palace. Once inside, you can enjoy the Palace with an audio guide in Spanish or Portuguese, where everyone can take the desired time to visit inside. Buckingham Palace is the working headquarters of the Monarchy, where the Queen carries out her official and ceremonial duties as Head of State of the United Kingdom and Head of the Commonwealth. The Queen receives a large number of formal and informal visitors to the Palace. Over 50,000 people visit the Palace each year as guests at occasions of all sizes, from small lunches to large-scale receptions. The principal State Rooms used for court ceremonies and official entertaining occupy the main west block facing the gardens. In August and September, during the Queen’s holidays in Scotland, the 19 State Rooms are open for visits.
- Transport by coach
- London guide exclusively in Spanish
- Buckingham Palace ticket