From London: Seven Sisters and South Downs Full-Day Tour
- Small group
- Duration: 9.5 hours
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It was great, although it was kind of windy and gloomy, I enjoyed the trip. The organisation was great! We didn't have to wait for more than 5 minutes for the guy to come and pick us up and later on when it was time to get back, we didn't have to wait for the transport back. The places we visited allowed for ample time to take pictures and walk around the scenery. It was very nice that our guide Lawrence told us some additional information about the town of Brighton and the Palace there that queen Victoria sold to the town of Brighton. Beyond that we went to some great places, met some great people along the way and took some great pictures. Overall it was a great experience and considering it was a one day trip from London, I'd highly recommend it!
Seeing the Best of Brighton in a day with Lawrence is one of the must-do when you are in England! Coming from London, this tour sent a Brighton native up to London Bridge train station to collect us & guide us to the right train to Brighton. I enjoyed Lawrence’s witty storytelling on the legend of Devil’s Dyke, his coffee treat as well as showing us the exact spots so we can take photos of the best views of The Seven Sisters!! I had an enjoyable & memorable trip in Brighton!!! Thanks Lawrence!!!
I can only recommend the tour - Lawrence is a great guide! Unfortunately, the weather was terrible, what can you expect, it is England after all. But he made a great effort for us to still get the best possible experiences, and it was an amazing tour through these small villages and out to the storming sea.
It was a fantastic day.Laurence the driver was very helpful and well informative about the places we visited.He knows his job very well.Although we were only 4 persons for this tour it was still done. It was a windy day but with a lot of sun and we took great time.
Excellent experience. This trip covered lot of places without feeling exhausted or rushed. The view from the hope gap was to die for. I liked the way guide put his best effort everytime. thanks Lawrence!