воскресенье, 15 декабря 2013 г.

London Sightseeing Bus Tours

Traveling around London is the most fascinating experience that you can ever get. This city has some many places of interest that will undoubtedly capture that attention of every tourist. If you are going to visit London for the first time, it will be rather difficult for you to find the places that are really worth visiting. But if you take a bus tour, you will get a splendid opportunity to enjoy the beauty and glamour of London. There are many bus tours that you can choose among. It’s obvious that traveling around London with a guide has a bunch of advantages. You will find out a lot of interesting things about the history and culture of the British capital. So, what are the best London sightseeing bus tours?

The Red Tour

This tour can be called one of the best London sightseeing bus tours. It is highly recommended for tourists who do not speak English very well. The Red Tour usually covers London sights that have informative commentary in English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian and Russian. Due to this amazing tour London travelers will be able to visit Madame Tussauds, Regent Street and Baker Street. Moreover, you will also see Piccadilly Circus, Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, The National Gallery, London Bridge, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and The Tower of London.

The Yellow Tour

This tour is similar to the Red Tour. However, it has its own peculiarities. It takes tourists to the sights with an informative commentary only in English. Thus, you will be able to see The National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, London Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Downing Street.

Museum Tour

This tour is also known as Blue Route. It is probably the best London sightseeing bus tour. Museum Tour covers the most popular London museums, shops and attractions. Audio guides are usually used for commentary during this tour. The main attractions that you will be able to see due to Museum Tour include Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum, Kensington Palace, Baden-Powell House, Piccadilly Circus, British Museum, Wellington Museum, Hyde Park, Royal Albert Hall, Shaftesbury Avenue, Russell Square, Albert Memorial, Kensington High Street and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain.

Afternoon Stonehenge Tour

This tour provides London travelers with a wonderful opportunity to visit Stonehenge that is considered to be the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. This monument has been home to pagan spiritual and religious worship. Afternoon Stonehenge Tour will give you the answers to all questions that you may have about this heritage site. Who were the people who carved these rocks? What did they do it for? Stonehenge has so many secrets for you to discover.

The Ghost Bus Tour

It is an extremely interesting tour that will tell you about London’s dark past as a city of haunting, murder and execution. It is the scariest tour that you can ever take. Technical trickery and on-board actors will make this tour really spooky.