Get the Royal Treatment with a Royal Wedding Walking Tour, a Private London Eye Capsule and Special Access to the Crown Jewels
San Francisco, CA - It has been 30 years since Great Britain and the world experienced the pageantry and splendor of the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Viator.com, the leading resource for researching and booking nearly 6,000 trip activities and experiences at the best prices offers travelers access to more than 130 tours and experiences in and around London
. But for those hoping to experience royal London
in regal style in anticipation of the April 29 nuptials between Prince William and Kate Middleton, Viator has highlighted a special selection of tours and experiences fit for a queen.
The Happy Couple
The 2-hour Prince William and Kate: The Royal Wedding Walking Tour
gives travelers a good dose of gossip and insider information during a walk through William and Kate's London which includes Buckingham Palace, St James' Palace, the Ritz Hotel, Westminster Abbey (site of the Royal wedding) and even the Mahiki nightclub where £100 cocktails are Will's preference. The tour includes the little-known details of Kate's life as a commoner as well as a visit to Garrad, the jeweler who created Diana's engagement ring that Kate now wears.
A Private Eye on London
Anyone considering a proposal of their own would do well with the London Eye: Romantic Private Capsule for Two with Champagne
. While the details of William's proposal to Kate are slim, any future groom is certain to be met with a similar result when the setting is a 30-minute flight aboard a private London Eye capsule featuring stunning 365-degree views of London. In addition to guaranteed skip the line entry, the happy couple (proposal or not) enjoy a bottle of chilled Pommery Brut Royal Champagne as well as a box of Charbonnel et Walker pink champagne truffles.
The Family Jewels
Exclusive entry to the Tower of London before the doors open to the public during the Private Viewing of the Crown Jewels and Breakfast at the Tower of London
provides unprecedented access to the priceless and precious Crown Jewels, including the Imperial State Crown with its 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 5 rubies - all in one crown. Lead by a Yeoman Warder (or Beefeater), this likely to sell out, limited-time-only tour provides an opportunity to view, with just a small group, one of the most celebrated symbols of the British Monarchy, and, enjoy breakfast in the New Armouries Suite.
London, Private and Personal
The Private Tour: Black Taxi Tour of London
offers unrivaled personalized and flexible service at the hands of the qualified and highly experienced black taxi driver who?s inside knowledge of London is unsurpassed. Whether the traveler creates a personalized itinerary or leaves it in the capable hands of the driver/guide, this is a great way to experience London. Sites may include the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Soho, Harrods, Covent Garden, Marble Arch, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Whitehall and Downing Street.
Insider's Access to the Inner (Stone) Circle
The Private Viewing of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock
allows travelers to step inside the inner circle of stones, typically off limits to most travelers visiting this iconic and ancient UNESCO World Heritage Listed monument. With sunrise or sunset viewings, the major crowds are avoided, and plenty of time is spared for visits to Bath, another UNESCO World Heritage site and Lacock, one of England?s most picturesque villages.
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