- 3-hour London Christmas lights bike tour, led by a local guide
- See top London sights such as the London Eye, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament
- Cycle past Harrods department store to admire its Christmas window displays
- Stop to enjoy a mulled wine at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, one of London’s top Christmas attractions
- Ride around the West End to see the famous Oxford Street Christmas lights
- Pass the Christmas market at Covent Garden and learn about Christmas in London from a guide
What You Can Expect
Cycle past the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, and then head to Sloane Square and admire the snow-white fairy lights that adorn its luxury boutiques. Pass alongside Harrods, the quintessentially British department store with its windows laden with festive treats, and then make your way to Hyde Park Winter Wonderland — one of London’s top Christmas attractions.
Pedal around the Christmas stalls heaving with handicrafts and warming wintery treats, before stopping to enjoy a mulled wine (own expense) with your guide and group. Gaze out at the attraction’s funfair, and watch skaters swirling around the ice rink.
Continue to the West End to discover the Regent Street, Oxford Street, Bond Street and Carnaby Street holiday lights that are famous around the world. Thousands of LEDs, fairy lights and snowflake decorations are strung around the central shopping district, casting a magical Christmas glow on the shoppers below.
Swing past Seven Dials to see the small Christmas market at Covent Garden, and then make your way back to the start point where your 3-hour tour finishes.
This trip I can really recommend as I enjoyed it a lot. The cycling was easy and we covered a large area and I realised how compact London is. The Xmas lights were a delight to see and the guide well informed ,
Cycling in London is always a highlight when visiting London.
This was a most interesting tour, visiting in a short time many more places than could have been visited on foot. The guide was expert at keeping the group, which included some quite inexperienced riders, together, in the very busy pre-Christmas crowds. His commentary at stopping points was, of necessity, brief but always relevant. Some of the bikes would have benefitted from some mechanical attention prior to the ride.