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The tour was fantastic from start to finish, the bus driver and tour guide were fantastic very knowledgeable and humorous with it. Got to see the changing of the guard which was fantastic, had a really great view and we got some great photographs. Would really recommend this tour if you don't have much time to spend in London and want to see everything. Thanks so much.
This tour was EXCELLENT! The guide was very informative and knew exactly where to get good pictures. We all enjoyed this tour 110%.
Our tour guide Richard was wonderful. His knowledge was amazing and he positioned us to gain the most visibility for the events.
This was an enjoyable tour. We used this tour to orient ourselves to London. The tour guide was very informative and seemed to love her job.
Very enjoyable short tour which took in as many sights as we had time for. Our guide Phil was extremely knowledgeable, pleasant and very accommodating. Highly recommend if you don't have time for long tours.
Great tour for the whole family. It was a perfect way to spend the morning.
With the little time we had available for visiting,this tour provided us exactly with what we wanted to see and more. Should you book this tour,hope you get Trevor as your guide,Very informative and entertaining.
This was a Perfect day. The London Morning Tour was very informative and we had the best tour guide ever!! To experience the changing of the guard was far more emotional than we ever expected it would be. We were within 25 feet of the guard. It was one of the best experiences of our entire trip to Europe.
Excellent guide saved the tour when the changing of the guard was canceled because it was the opening of Parliament and the Queen's speech. With Westminster and the area around the Palace blocked traffic, the guide directed the driver to a spot near Pall Mall where we exited and had a front row to the pageantry of the Queen going from the Palace to Westminster.
This tour had a lot packed into a half day. The highlight was the Changing of the Guard, and our guide led us to the best spots for viewing!
Our guide was awesome and the trip was great. It's true it was a little rushed, but we had a lot to see in a short time period. The guide was very informative and a lot of fun. It was a great tour.
This was a very informative tour. The guide we had at the Abbey was fantastic.
No changing of guard ceremony the day of our tour. However....our guide was funny, personable and quite knowledgeable. We saw so much and learned so much. He really made the tour a great time. He actually made us hurry so we could see the queens guard on horses pass by. The buses we rode on we're clean, huge and came with a very nice driver too.
Even in the rain, our tour guide made this an informative and very interesting morning. I would highly recommend this tour.
Great half day trip if you have limited time or want a speedy tour to see all the key Royal attractions. Guide was amazing with a great deal of knowledge and driver so helpful. You see all the changing of the guard from start to end where they know all the key viewing points.
I like the tour I liked where we stood to watch the new guard come marching in to relieve the old guard. Wish I was a little closer at the point where both the incoming and outgoing guards met but over all I like the tour. Would recommend this tour
It was short good tour in London for 3 hours. I have seen nice number of sites in London in that period and i like it.
One cons in that was the tour lady was to on edge at the beginning while distributing in the bus and it was hard to find the correct bus there was no signs to guide.
The tour was interesting, our guide was good and new the area. The changing of the guard was not as grand as one might think but it was good to see. We cut the end of the tour short since we were at Buckingham Palace and got tickets to see the stables and carriages followed by the palace. They had head phones so you could move at your own pace. It was a great day: tour first, Buckingham Palace second. My only complaint was that the bus seating was tight and we are normal sized people though the bus was clean and had storage for packs and coats.
The guide for this tour was really good. He was very knowledgeable and positioned us to see the Guard band march down the street so that we could get unobscured photos.
We were lucky that the queen was in Scotland on holiday so we could tour Buckingham Palace. It was a beautiful day and afterwards we were able to go out onto the gardens that bordered Kensington Gardens. 175 rooms all together. We only saw a few but it was well worth it.