- Four-hour tour of London in a private, traditional taxi with your expert driver/guide
- Follow in the footsteps of Shakespeare, the Beatles, James Bond and Sherlock Holmes
- Complimentary pickup from central London hotels
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What You Can Expect
Pass 221B Baker St and see where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle really lived and practiced medicine. You'll follow Sherlock Holmes on clues all over London from the books to the films.
Enter the world of James Bond and order your martinis ‘shaken, not stirred’ as you explore the sights of Bond’s London. See Ian Fleming’s house, MI6 and MI5. Visit James Bond film location sites all around town and find out about real spies and how they worked and where they met.
Jump on the wave of London's swinging ’60s. You'll follow the Fab Four -- John, Paul, George and Ringo -- seeing where they lived, worked and played. Abbey Road, Paul’s London office, John and Yoko's flat, Brian Epstein's home plus a lot, lot more. You have your ‘Ticket to Ride’ to learn about how the Beatles conquered London and beyond.
Have you ever wondered where Shakespeare lived in London? Your private guide will drive you to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and you'll see where the famous playwright lived in London, several statues dedicated to him, and the alleyways and streets he wandered. Your registered tour guide will tell you tales of William Shakespeare -- the man and his life.
Enjoy this fun-packed private black taxi tour with up to four of your friends or family.
Gordon was a fantastic guide, so funny and interesting , would recommend him to anyone. EXCELLENT!!!!!!!
Our private black cab and guide picked us up at our hotel and whisked us off on an incredible tour. We stood on Abby Road, stalked Sir Paul McCartney, visited the streets Ian Fleming and Arthur Conan Doyle walked, and peeked inside Shakespeare's Globe Theater. But anyone can do that. Our guide, Jerry, took us to places we never would have found on our own. We snuck into a quirky hotel that was once a famous courthouse and jail that truly contained rock and roll royalty. We visited a ritzy hotel bar where the real Vesper martini was created, and we learned the meaning behind Lennon's repetitive Number Nine, Number Nine, Number Nine. The kids loved visiting the new Sherlock's 221b Baker Street address and Speedy's Cafe, but really freaked when we rolled up to St. Bart's Hospital, the site of the season two jump. They even left a message for Sherlock in the red phone booth. When we visit the city again, I'd pay to do the exact same tour. Our guide and the tour were that enjoyable.