Welcome to the London, Royalty, education, sport, drama, fashion and culture city of all times. London in 5 Days Tours We will have 5 days to explore this magnificent city with all goodness.
The tour starts from Richmond or wherever you stay.
Tour starts at 9:00 AM in the morning
Tour ends at 5:30 PM in the afternoon
Prices are based on 10 participants per person (less than 10 people required recalculation, please ask us)
Homestay in Richmond – London with English host families (For resident, hotel and dorm stay, please ask us)
Half board catering (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Professional guidance services in English throughout the tour (For other languages, please ask us)
Operation of the entire tour agenda under expert and professional tour management services with + 30 years of experience
Admission tickets for places of interest (please refer to itinerary)
Public liability insurance
Reservations where necessary to ensure quick access to the site(s) (Advanced notification required)
Group leader / Chaperone / supervisor & partner support scheme (Please contact for more details)
Visa support services
Personal expenses & souvenirs
Public transportation / daily travelcard fees (13 GBP per adult – please ask us for child rates)
Lunches (Packed lunch can be included in the package, please ask us)
Request for guidance in other & rare languages based on availability (Please ask us)
Day 1– Welcome to London | Half Day London City Tour
After taking your group from one of the 5 airports in London, we will take your English host family community in Richmond. Richmond is one of the best suburbs in London with many facilities for the residents. Our English houses will be ready to show you the best way of immersing the British culture while you stay. Check in the host families, and after a short break, we will obtain your daily travelcards. Now we are ready to explore the city. Today’s list contains:
Leicester Square (London’s heart beats there)
Piccadilly Circus (Dazzling Square)
Carnaby Street (Fashion District of London)
Covent Garden (Theatre District and the active square of London)
We assume it would be a good start to explore from those areas. London will welcome you in Piccadilly Circus as well as in Leicester Square. After this exploration, we will take you back to our homes where a yummy homemade English dinner waits for you. After dinner why don’t you visit one of our local pubs in the area where you can observe a real and traditional English pub.
Day 2 – Full Day London City Tour - Part I
Second morning in London and good morning. After an English breakfast in our homes, we will give a start our day in Richmond, and we are travelling to central London in the morning. If you are ready to explore the highlights of London, we are now ready to depart. Let’s start.
What could be a better plan than to explore the highlights of London with an open deck sightseeing bus? Our fresh air London exploring journey starts from Green Park and along Piccadilly Avenue, Hyde Park, Queen Mother’s Gate Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Oxford Street, Mayfair, Grosvenor Square (Little America), Berkeley Square, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Haymarket, Trafalgar Square, Craig’s Court, Whitehall, Horse Guards, Downing Street No 10, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Bridge and London Eye.
Our 32 capsule biggest Ferris Wheel dominates the skyline of London, but hang on; the number ends in 33. 1 missing? Let’s see what happened. Before the ride, Coca Cola’s 4D presentation show will give you very good feelings about the London Eye. Now that you get your inspiration, you are ready to fly. Our spin will take exactly 30 minutes in the sky. Prepare your camera for the best possible shots as you will see many major landmarks of London from the London Eye. We are now ready to move Waterloo bus stop where our journey proceeds for Southbank, Covent Garden, St Paul’s Cathedral, The Monument, London Bridge, HMS Belfast, passing through London’s symbol Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Strand, Temple, Embankment, Westminster Pier, St. Thomas Hospital, Lambeth Palace and finally Buckingham Palace.
We will get off at this stop since we will tell you about the whole story of Buckingham Palace. It’s one of the John Nash classics goes back to 1820s. Much of the Buckingham Palace was constructed as early as 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham. Buckingham House (as it was then known) was purchased in 1762 by George III, who used it as a private residence. Hear the rest details from the guide. It’s time to take you to St. James’s Park one of the Royal Parks of London in the City of Westminster. You will admire the beauty of this park. Get your camera ready as you will be the witness of spectacular views from the blue bridge in the park. Listen to the story of the park from our guide in here. You may not be happy once you hear it. Our next stop is the Horse Guard 4 pm inspection ceremony. Did you know that this is a kind of punishment ceremony in the city? We will all see that. Downing Street Number 10 is the residence and office of British Prime Ministers. This time you will have the chance to take a picture of the gate.
We can either return our homes for dinner or turn this day to an amazing London culture experience with one of the West End musicals tonight. Remember, this tour can be customized by considering the group’s interest.
Day 3 – Full Day London City Tour - Part II
Very good morning. Are you ready to explore the city this time from the river? Our first journey for today would be to Greenwich by River Thames Cruise. Get on board, and the boat on the river will glide through the Thames. Again, many places of interests of London will greet you on the way to Greenwich. Most of the landmarks and places of interests you recognize from yesterday, but it would be very first time for you to view from Thames River. Yes, no barriers and great visibility. Just take your desired picture. We will get off from our boat here at this point because it’s the time to visit the masterpiece Tower of London.
Ready? Let’s go. We will look up at the massive White Tower, wind our way through the Medieval King's Bedchamber and admire the world-renowned Crown Jewels. Meet the Yeoman Warders in a bloody story and stand where once known heads rolled! Enjoy the Kings Line of the White Tower with its fine arms from the collection of Royal Amour Gallery and extraordinary 17th- century carved wooden horses. You will love this journey we tell you.
Back to our pier, we will join another river cruise, and we will reach Greenwich along the River Thames. Upon arrival at Greenwich, we will start our exploration at Cutty Sark. The Ferrari’s of the seas. At that time, it was so true, and our ancestors owe the joy of a good leaf tea to Cutty Sark, The British tea clipper and the last survivor. Step into this historic vessel to feel the atmosphere. We’ll keep walking and will see the Royal Observatory in the centre straight up to Greenwich Park. The Prime Meridian of the World and the only Planetarium in London is home to this. As you will see the East and The West hemisphere divides here. Place your both legs in both Hemispheres and voila! Ready to admire the beautiful landscape of London?. Get your camera ready as you will like the view of London from this point. In Greenwich Market, you will find plenty of souvenirs, art stalls, retro shops and much more. You will love this neighbourhood.
Tonight, we can either embellish our program by adding one of the famous West End Musicals in Covent Garden. (Please see our available West End musical packages), or we can proceed with our English homes in Richmond for dinner. Rest of the night we invite you to get the joy of a traditional English Pub in Richmond. Choices are endless, you tell us, we do it for you.
Day 4 – Full Day London City Tour - Part III
Good morning everyone. Ready for a cultural day in London? If yes, let’s start our day in the British Museum.
In the morning we're starting the day with the U.K. the biggest and most important museum of human history and culture. The British Museum was founded in 1753 and is one of the oldest museums in the world. The British Museum has been mainly based on Sir Hans Sloane 's collections. There are 40,000 books, seven thousand manuscripts, extensive samples of natural history, Albrecht Dürer prints and antique works from Rome, Greece, Egypt, the Middle East and the Far East, the Americas. We will reserve our 3 hours slot for the British Museum today.
Our London tour is full of goodness, and we keep exploring our charming city on the fourth day of our tours. It’s time for us to visit Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece. Paul's Cathedral is a cathedral on Ludgate Hill, in the City of London, and the seat of the Bishop of London. The present building dates from the 17th century and is generally reckoned to be London's fourth St Pauls Cathedral, although the number is higher if every major medieval reconstruction is counted as a new cathedral. We will give you all explanation about London’s iconic church.
Our next stop is either Tate Modern or Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. The choice is yours as both landmarks in the same proximity. The best part from St. Paul’s Cathedral to Tate Modern or Shakespeare Globe is passing by the famous Millennium Bridge with the beautiful view of Thames and London’s bumpy skyline. If you are William Shakespeare fan, Globe Theatre is a shrine for you and for your groups. If you are an art lover, you will realize why Tate Modern is not only in London but also throughout the U.K.’s top attraction.
Today is the last day in London for everyone before we travel home tomorrow. We shall take you to London’s roof, The Shard for an immaculate London by night experience. This extraordinary designed 95 story London’s skyscraper is designed by an Italian architect Renzo Piano. It’s a new building and let’s explore together at night
After The Shard, we are returning our homes. Since we will be out today, dinner will not be served for tonight. Instead, you may enjoy vast international food choices that London offers almost in every corner.
Day 5 – Half Day London City Tour | Transferring to the Airport
Before we say goodbye to London, we will explore the rest of our city. In the morning we will take you to London’s iconic wax museum Madame Tussaud’s. The Wax Museum displays a large collection of famous figures from world history along with the latest Hollywood celebrities, world politicians, movie characters, as well as sport and music superstars. The collection traces its origins to Madame Tussaud's inheritance of her tutor Dr Curtius' collection. In 1802, she moved from Paris to London, and the museum started in 1835. Since then many things have changed, and now Tussauds Group dominates an entertainment emperor worldwide. If you still haven’t been in this museum before, this is a true must-do activity in the world’s capital for today.
According to your flight schedule, we can extend our London visit to Oxford Street for a wonderful shopping experience in the heart of the city.
Time to take your party and the group back to the airport for your flight and transfer you to one of the airports in the city. Hope to see you next time in London as there are plenty of things that you can discover in the capital of the world.