Sights of London East End Tour
- Price from:
- 20 GBP /person
- 020 7738 6310
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Shoe Lane, EC2A 3BE
- Location Finish:
- Shoe Lane, EC2A 3BE
- Start time:
- 10.30 am
- End time:
- 02.00 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 08/20/2008
Guided 3.5 hour bicycle sightseeing tours of London. Two tours every day of the week starting at 10:30 and 14:30, costing Â£20 including cycle and London tour guide. All levels of experience welcome.
Heading east along the river, through Borough Market (home of Bridget Jones!) and then over Tower Bridge and into St. Katherineï¿½s Dock. Then along the canal through "Sailortown", past the mysterious Tobacco Dock and onto the historic site of the battle of Cable Street, then we have a "tumble down the sink" in the amazing Brick Lane market. After that, it's off to Spitalfield's Market, the City of London and then the "eighth wonder of the world" (you may disagree). Before St. Paul's Cathedral, we view the unique memorial to heroic sacrifice in Postmanï¿½s Park and finally, we meander home through the back streets of Smithfield Market.
- Extras -
- Our aim for every tour is to make it the highlight of your visit to London and that's what we do. Get ready to see the real London!
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