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See London by Tube: Take our 7 hour Public Transport & Walking Tour
Meeting at Marble Arch and accompanied by a City of London tour guide throughout the day, the tube tour consists of 5 tube journeys, 3 London walks and visits inside 3 of London's most important historic sights:

  • Westminster Abbey burial place of British Monarchs since the 11 Century and setting for many Royal Weddings and Coronations. Visit the American Chapel commemorating the 28,000 Americans who died in operations based in Britain during WWII.

  • The Tower of London with 900 years of History the Tower has been a Palace, Prison and setting for many executions, including two wives of Henry VIII. Visit the Bloody Tower where the two Princes were murdered by their Uncle, Richard III, and where Sir Walter Raleigh was imprisoned for 13 years.

  • St Paul's Cathedral Christopher Wren's Masterpiece built after the Great Fire of London 1666. Prince Charles and Diana's Wedding took place here in 1982 and Winston Churchill's Funeral in 1965. Visit the Cathedral's Whispering Gallery, where you can whisper on one side of the Dome and hear it on the other.

    This unique day out will give you a local experience of the vast city of London travelling by public transport and by foot with an specialist walking tour guide. It is a bit of a marathon but a rewarding and educational day, rounded off with a well deserved pint at one of the best London pubs.

    Please note: this tour involves between 2 and 3 miles of walking and is only suitable for the fit and energetic.

    Price: Expert City of London guide. 7 to 8 hours/private groups of up to 10: 395. Entrance fees & lunch not included. This tour follows a set route.

      London Tour by Tube: 7 - 8 hours £395

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    Our team of over 50 tour guides were selected for their intellectual background, enthusiasm and personality. They are highly trained, well qualified and registered with the London Tourist Board.
    London Underground Facts:
    The London Underground is the World's biggest and oldest subway system.

    500 trains operate daily.

    2 million people travel on the system each day.

    Oxford Circus is the busiest station on the system with 22,500 people per hour using it during peak periods.

    At peak periods the tube uses an incredible 2% of the country's total electricity capacity.

    780 million passenger journeys are made annually.

    There are 270 stations on the system.

    During peak periods trains run at 90 second intervals.

    The total track length is 392 kilometres or 240 miles, of which 105 miles are underground (20 miles in "cut & cover" tunnels, 85 miles in "tube tunnels".

    The world famous UNDERGROUND logo was agreed by the London Passenger Traffic Conference in 1907.

    When the Central Line, then called the Central Railway, opened on 27 June 1900 there was an immediate and noticeable decline in the sales of umbrellas. The reason attributed to this was that gentlemen did not need to protect their silk top hats as they had when sitting on open-top omnibuses.