This tour is an essential glimpse into the opulent Victorian era and a look into one of the most loving romances in the Royal family's history: Victoria and Albert, among other interesting places that make London the most wonderful city in the world.
Beginning at South Kensington station we get to see the beautiful crescent shaped streets that make one of the beautiful parts of London from the Victorian era. With the Natural History museum (where you can return after the tour to see the dinosaurs or go ice skating) to the Victoria and Albert Museum, the on the Royal Albert Hall, then on to gaze at the awe inspiring Prince Albert Memorial before walking through Kensington Gardens to find Peter Pan and take a photo of him. The tour then Takes us into Hyde Park for a great view of the Serpentine from where you can spy the top of Big Ben and ends at the fantastic fair that is Winter Wonderland. At winter Wonderland you can continue your day by going on one of the many amazing rides or listen to some music and have some Authentic German cuisine or beer in the Bavarian Village. With all this and more, this tour is essential to the exploring the Christmas and festivities in London.
Meeting point: outside South Kensington Station in the open area opposite Starbucks and Pret a Manger.
Route: The French Institute, Exhibition Road, Jamaican High Commission, Royal Festival Hall/Prince Albert Memorial, Physical Motion monument/Speke Monument, Italian Gardens/Peter Pan Monument, Serpentine Lake, Boat House.
Finishing Location: Serpentine Cafe/Restaurant.
Recommended for everyone.
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