A visitors guide to London!

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There are several ways to explore London, but to see all the highlights and not get back to your hotel, you’ll need to take a sightseeing bus from The Original Tour. You can see the open-roofed doubledeckers driving all over London.

The tours are provided with a guide who provides background information at all sights.

The big advantage of these tours is that you can get out at multiple points during the tour to see something or have some food or drink. Later you can get back on your way and continue the tour.

The Original Tour has several tours, including the London By Night tour. This tour London will see when the impossant buildings are beautifully lit. The complete tour takes you around London’s most beautiful illuminated sights in about two hours.

An absolute recommendation!

Opening Hours

The first bus goes around 8:30 and the last around 5 p.m.

Depending on the route chosen.

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
18,-
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Adults
39,-
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