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Mayfair Chocolate Ecstasy Tour

Mayfair Chocolate Ecstasy Tour - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: London, United Kingdom

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$65.62

5-Star-rated Chocolate Tour of Mayfair with an expert guide. These small-group tours are guaranteed to leave you completely full of chocolate ... More info ›

5-Star-rated Chocolate Tour of Mayfair with an expert guide. These small-group tours are guaranteed to leave you completely full of chocolate.  This is London's original Chocolate Tour, first run in 2005. You'll start with a sumptuous hot chocolate in one of London's most interesting venues, followed by an entertaining wander through Mayfair and Soho sampling the history of London through chocolate. Taste the Queen's and Roald Dahl's favourites, a more unusual creation from Europe's most-awarded chocolatier and more!  Not just delicious, but insightful, and loved by non-chocoholics too!

This tour was launched in 2005 from a love of chocolate, London and meeting people.  Now there are a team of passionate guides who will ensure that your time spent with them is delicious and entertaining.

The tour starts in one of London's most exclusive venues with a rich and indulgent hot chocolate and pastry whilst your guide shares with you an introduction to chocolate and the tour ahead.  After a private tour of the venue's constantly-changing art collection (and a bathroom break) you'll be out on London's streets for part two.

Wandering through Mayfair, St James', Piccadilly and Soho you'll take in incredible architecture and learn a little more about each area.  All of the venues you'll visit are expecting the group and delighted to share their best treats with you, as well as a discount if you want to buy some for later (or as a gift).

By the end of the tour you are guaranteed to feel completely satisfied with chocolate, or else your guide will get you more!

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Independent London Markets Tour with Private Driver

Independent London Markets Tour with Private Driver - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: London, United Kingdom

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$81.12

Discover London’s thriving market scene on a full-day independent tour. With a friendly private driver to chauffer you around the capital, this exciting tour offers a flexible itinerary, meaning you pick the places that you visit! Browse for vintage clothing in East End markets like Brick Lane and Spitalfields; sample enough gourmet delights at Borough Market to make your taste buds tingle; and shop for antiques and hand-crafted jewelry at popular Portobello Market.

London’s vibrant markets originated in the Middle Ages, when street sellers pedaled no-nonsense food to London’s city workers ... More info ›

Discover London’s thriving market scene on a full-day independent tour. With a friendly private driver to chauffer you around the capital, this exciting tour offers a flexible itinerary, meaning you pick the places that you visit! Browse for vintage clothing in East End markets like Brick Lane and Spitalfields; sample enough gourmet delights at Borough Market to make your taste buds tingle; and shop for antiques and hand-crafted jewelry at popular Portobello Market.

London’s vibrant markets originated in the Middle Ages, when street sellers pedaled no-nonsense food to London’s city workers. Proving ever popular, the markets you’ll find today are scattered all over the capital and sell everything from artsy antiques to vintage clothing to cutting-edge fashion accessories.

With so much to choose from, scouting out the best markets can be difficult and take up too much of your valuable time. Luckily, you’ll have a knowledgeable private driver to give you the best insider tips and drive you to the markets that you simply can’t miss!

After picking you up from your hotel, your driver will chat with you about suggested markets, and then you’ll be on your way. Your exact itinerary is flexible, so you can customize your day of bargain hunting based on your preferences – just let your driver know where you want to go.

Check out the foodie hotspot of Borough Market, where nearly 100 stalls sell gourmet delights and cheap eats. Producers from around the country showcase their wares here, and you’ll be encouraged to try samples galore while walking around. Shop for tongue-tantalizing olive oils and taste exquisite cheeses, cured meats, artisan breads and more!

Portobello Market is another must-visit market that should definitely top your list. Selling a wide range of clothes, antiques, food and general knick-knacks, the market stretches the length of Portobello Road in west London, right through the trendy Notting Hill neighborhood.

East London boasts several of the capital’s best markets; choose to visit iconic ones like Brick Lane, with its retro furniture and bric-a-brac stalls, or Spitalfields Market, where vintage clothes and homemade gifts are sold in a covered Victorian hall.

After eight hours of browsing London’s best markets, your private driver will drop back at your hotel.

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Overnight Beatles Independent Rail Trip to Liverpool from London: Hard Days Night Hotel and Magical Mystery Tour

Overnight Beatles Independent Rail Trip to Liverpool from London: Hard Days Night Hotel and Magical Mystery Tour - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 2 days
Location: London, United Kingdom

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$338.91

Visit Liverpool, home of the legendary Beatles rock band, and enjoy overnight accommodation with breakfast in the 4-star Hard Days Night Hotel! Perfect for fans of the fab four, the experience includes independent round-trip train travel from London, a Magical Mystery tour by coach to see sites such as Strawberry Fields, plus admission to the Cavern Club and Beatles Story exhibition at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Albert Dock.

Your overnight experience in Liverpool includes accommodation in the 4-star Hard Days Night Hotel, a Beatles-themed hotel, perfectly located in Liverpool’s so-called 'Beatles quarter' where many landmarks linked to the rock band are found.

Rest overnight in a luxurious single or twin room, and enjoy breakfast in Blake’s, the hotel restaurant that’s named after the designer of the iconic Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. The Hard Days Night Hotel also boasts a chic cocktail bar that’s perfect for a spot of relaxation after a day sightseeing around Liverpool ... More info ›

Visit Liverpool, home of the legendary Beatles rock band, and enjoy overnight accommodation with breakfast in the 4-star Hard Days Night Hotel! Perfect for fans of the fab four, the experience includes independent round-trip train travel from London, a Magical Mystery tour by coach to see sites such as Strawberry Fields, plus admission to the Cavern Club and Beatles Story exhibition at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Albert Dock.

Your overnight experience in Liverpool includes accommodation in the 4-star Hard Days Night Hotel, a Beatles-themed hotel, perfectly located in Liverpool’s so-called 'Beatles quarter' where many landmarks linked to the rock band are found.

Rest overnight in a luxurious single or twin room, and enjoy breakfast in Blake’s, the hotel restaurant that’s named after the designer of the iconic Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. The Hard Days Night Hotel also boasts a chic cocktail bar that’s perfect for a spot of relaxation after a day sightseeing around Liverpool.

With the exception of your independent train trip, Magical Mystery tour and admission to the Beatles Story museum and Cavern Club, all other activities and entrance fees are at your own expense.

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Wimbledon All England Tennis Club and Lawn Tennis Museum: Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Ticket

Wimbledon All England Tennis Club and Lawn Tennis Museum: Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Ticket - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: London, United Kingdom

From USD
$36.05

Visit Wimbledon for a behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic All England Club, home to the world’s oldest tennis event: the Wimbledon Championships! While learning about the famous Grand Slam tournament that is held on grass courts, visit Centre Court, Aorangi Terrace (or Murray Mound or Henman Hill), the press interview room and Millennium Building — a site normally reserved for players. At the end of the tour, head inside Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum to browse its extensive collection of tennis memorabilia and interactive displays at leisure.

Meet your guide at the prestigious All England Club in Wimbledon, and then set off on your behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic tennis venue to learn about the home of The Championships and see facilities used during London 2012.

Stroll around Centre Court and No 1 Court to see where the likes of Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Andy Murray battled out victories, and admire the old pony-drawn roller that once kept the grass courts in prime condition ... More info ›

Visit Wimbledon for a behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic All England Club, home to the world’s oldest tennis event: the Wimbledon Championships! While learning about the famous Grand Slam tournament that is held on grass courts, visit Centre Court, Aorangi Terrace (or Murray Mound or Henman Hill), the press interview room and Millennium Building — a site normally reserved for players. At the end of the tour, head inside Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum to browse its extensive collection of tennis memorabilia and interactive displays at leisure.

Meet your guide at the prestigious All England Club in Wimbledon, and then set off on your behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic tennis venue to learn about the home of The Championships and see facilities used during London 2012.

Stroll around Centre Court and No 1 Court to see where the likes of Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Andy Murray battled out victories, and admire the old pony-drawn roller that once kept the grass courts in prime condition. Wander around the picnic spots where summertime crowds gather to eat strawberries and cream, and visit Aorangi Terrace, the hill better known by its nicknames: Henman Hill or Murray Mound. Pose for photos in the press interview room and visit Millennium Building to see the private players’ facilities.

Your tour finishes outside Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, so head inside with your entrance ticket and explore the exhibition space independently. Showcasing the history of tennis at Wimbledon, the museum also celebrates the traditions, triumphs and emotions of the game through collections of artifacts, film footage and interactive displays.

An unsurpassed collection of tennis memorabilia dating back to 1555 is spread around the museum, offering a insight into the early days of tennis. Pass through the Championships Trophies room to see the spoils of past victories, and visit John McEnroe’s former changing room for an interactive experience with a hologram of the famous US tennis player.

Rest your legs by taking a break in the 3D cinema and watch The Walk of Champions, a short film about the people who work at Wimbledon and the behind-the-scenes preparation that goes into hosting the Championships. See footage of the 2013 British Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray, and hear about the excitement that surrounds the finals. After watching the film, continue through the gallery and stroll around CentreCourt360 for panoramic views of the Centre Court.

How long you spend inside the museum is up to you, but many visitors find an hour to be sufficient. If you are hungry or simply want a break from exploring the exhibits, visit the on-site cafe. Food and drinks are at your own expense.

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London East End Food Tour

London East End Food Tour - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: London, United Kingdom

From USD
$99.51

Get to know the East End’s burgeoning food scene and its fascinating history on a 3.5-hour London walking tour. With a friendly local guide, explore the eclectic neighborhoods of Shoreditch and Spitalfields and discover the places where in-the-know Londoners choose to eat ... More info ›

Get to know the East End’s burgeoning food scene and its fascinating history on a 3.5-hour London walking tour. With a friendly local guide, explore the eclectic neighborhoods of Shoreditch and Spitalfields and discover the places where in-the-know Londoners choose to eat. Wolf down a bacon sandwich at the award-winning St John Bread and Wine restaurant, discover the legendary salt-beef bagels of Beigel Bake and sample artisan British cheese. Traditional fish and chips at Poppies are also included, as are curry samples on Brick Lane and more!

After meeting your guide near Spitalfields, set off on your stroll around the area to learn about east London’s food scene and culinary heritage. Culturally diverse, with London’s largest immigrant population, the east London area has its own distinct cuisine influenced by the different nationalities who live there. Sample a total of ten popular local dishes as you explore; highlights are as described below.

Start with a traditional British breakfast staple – the humble bacon sandwich – at St John Bread and Wine, a meat-specialist restaurant that’s become a local institution. Then, step back in time with a visit to the English Restaurant to sample its legendary bread pudding.

Wander over to Androuet, one of London’s top cheese producers, to sample artisan British cheeses, and then enjoy a leisurely amble north to Poppies – a proper East End chippy— for a portion of fish and chips, wrapped in newspaper.

Head back toward Spitalfields and stroll down Brick Lane, Britain's undisputed curry capital that's home to Indian food shops and curry restaurants galore. Head inside Aladin, your guide’s favorite eatery, and sample Bangladeshi and Indian specialties while learning how curry has become Britain’s national dish. Then, wander into the heart of the East End’s Shoreditch to visit Beigel Bake, one of the most famous bagel shops this side of the Atlantic. Chow down on one of their salted beef bagels, and you’ll quickly realize how they made it onto Time Out London’s ‘100 Best Dishes in London’ list.

Your final visit is to another historical English restaurant where you'll try a salted caramel tart to finish on a sweet-tasting high note! Your tour then finishes in the heart of Shoreditch, near Pizza East.

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Gangster Walking Tour of London’s East End led by Vas Blackwood

Gangster Walking Tour of London’s East End led by Vas Blackwood - London, United Kingdom
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: London, United Kingdom

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$36.05

Learn about the godfathers of British crime on a 2-hour walking tour of London’s East End, led by ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ actor Vas Blackwood! Vas is instantly recognizable as on-screen gangster Rory Breaker, having a wealth of knowledge about the villains (both on-screen and real) involved in London’s murky underworld. Hear tales of the notorious Kray twins while visiting sites around Whitechapel and the East End that are linked to them, and see iconic film locations from ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.’

Meet your guide – Vas Blackwood (famous for playing Rory Breaker in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels as well as Only Fools and Horses in which he played the robber Lennox 'Shadow' Gilbey) - in Whitechapel, the gritty heart of London’s East End ... More info ›

Learn about the godfathers of British crime on a 2-hour walking tour of London’s East End, led by ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ actor Vas Blackwood! Vas is instantly recognizable as on-screen gangster Rory Breaker, having a wealth of knowledge about the villains (both on-screen and real) involved in London’s murky underworld. Hear tales of the notorious Kray twins while visiting sites around Whitechapel and the East End that are linked to them, and see iconic film locations from ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.’

Meet your guide – Vas Blackwood (famous for playing Rory Breaker in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels as well as Only Fools and Horses in which he played the robber Lennox 'Shadow' Gilbey) - in Whitechapel, the gritty heart of London’s East End. Then set off on your 2-hour walking tour of the area, visiting film and TV program locations as well as real-life places associated with London’s criminal underworld.

Famously the stomping ground of the Kray twins (Ronnie and Reggie) who terrorized the East End during the 1950s and 60s, the area is rich with sites linked to them. Pay a visit to Repton Boys’ Club, where the twins learned to box, and see the Blind Beggar pub, where Ronnie killed an arch rival – one of the ruthless acts that propelled him from mere gangster into an East End celebrity icon (albeit a feared one).

Having rubbed shoulders with many of London’s ex-gangsters to prepare for his role in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Vas Blackwood has countless tales to tell, and you’ll hear the best as you walk from site to site. Learn about ‘The Guv’nor,’ Lenny McLean, a gangster-turned-good guy who started his criminal resume as a bareknuckle fighter before going on to act in popular UK TV programs, like Eastenders and The Bill.

You'll also hear tales of Barbara Windsor – a much-loved London actress who married one of the Krays' feared associates Ronnie Knight -- as well as discovering the dastardly doings of Brown Bread Fred, a chap nicknamed after the cockney rhyming slang in which ‘brown bread’ means 'dead' in reference to the murders he committed. See the pub used as Samoan Jo’s in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, as well as Hatchet Harry’s office, where ‘Porn King’ Harry Lonsdale worked in the film.

After two hours following the footsteps of London’s fictional and real-life gangsters, bid Vas farewell. Your tour ends in the East End, at Columbia Road in Shoreditch.

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