London Bike Tours is a fascinating way to explore London along River Thames and the London attractions.
You can enjoy discovering London with the other riders with London Bike Tours!
London Bike Tours is one of the unforgettable experiences of exploring the golden city of London.Have you ever thought of visiting attractions and point of interests while you are cycling? Just make your move and join this fantastic journey along the most amazing places in London, from the Thames River to the famous Leadenhall Market.
London Bike Tours Routes:
When you book the Thames River Bike Tour you will view the most stunning attractions and areas such as Coca-cola London Eye, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe, Borough Market and much more.
The London Bike Tour gives you the chance of going through a fabulous experience of exploring London on a different level.Unlike the other Bike tours in London, The London Bike Tours River Thames is fun and joy. The tour is a complete journey of both sides of Thames River and the following amazing places:
Coca-cola London Eye, London Eye is the landmark for the new Millennium, located on the southside of river Thames.
The Cathedral is built in Baroque styles. It embodies the heritage, spiritual life and complex architecture of the British people.
- Shakespeare’s Globe
The Globe Theatre was built in 1599 and demolished in 1644. 350 years later on the base of left evidence was funded and rebuilt by Sam Wanamaker.
- London Bridge
Do we really need to introduce the historical London Bridge? This bridge is connecting two sides of Thames River since 2000 years ago from Roman’s time.
The market is in South East London. If you lucky enough to book your Thames River Bike Tour on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays you will have an hour tour break to explore this market.
- Tower Bridge
Imagine you are cycling across one of the most iconic bridges on this planet. The bridge was built during the British Empire. The Bike Tour takes a break for you to have a chance of taking favourite photos.
Tower of London
Say the words “Oppression, intrigue, and power” in the middle of 16th century England and most peasants would point to the Tower of London. The Tower of London stood as a symbol of royal rule and power. The Tower was one of the most feared places in Britain; a prison for political enemies and former allies who had fallen from grace. Of course, times change and so did the tower.
The 62 m. tall monument is a symbol of the great fire of London in a 16th century. The Monument is located right at the junction of Fish-street Hill and Monument Street.
The Great Bell or Clock Tower or Big Ben was built over 150 years ago and is the most famous symbol of London. It’s attached to the House of Parliament and is one of the largest faced Clock Towers in the world.
- Leadenhall Market
The market age is over 600 and is a quite interesting place to visit.
So, if you are interested in joining this great London Bike Tour and discover London attractions in a different and higher level, just click the below button and book your ticket.
The London Bike Tours start from outside Southwark Underground Station. Oh by the ways you’ll also enjoy a return trip along the river itself with a fun Thames river cruise.
See you there.
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