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The Original London Sightseeing Tour: Hop-on Hop-off
"Redeem your voucher ride around London aboard your spacious open-top double-decker bus and enjoy the flexibility to plan your day exactly how you like. Your London sightseeing ticket can be used on three tour routes — red yellow or blue — as well as the transport links: black green and purple. Tour routes are great options with entertaining commentary for all ages plus children’s activity packs.Your ticket also includes a hop-on hop-off Thames River cruise and three walking tours – all of which take place daily. See Itinerary for details.Tour – Red Route:Discover top city highlights in central London with full audio commentary throughout. Stay on board for the full lo or hop on and off at your leisure at any of these stops:Madam Tussauds
From GBP26.00
 
Private Tour: Tate Britain and Tate Modern
"A boat trip down the Thames links the two Tates and provides a wonderful panorama of London from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to St. Paul's and the City of London. You alight on the South Bank for the Tate Modern the famous conversion of the Bankside Power Station (1957-60) which took place during the 1990's to house the 20 C. collection of Modern and Contemporary Art. Apart from the exciting modern collection of paintings sculptures and objects it enjoys from the top floor splendid views over the Thames towards St. Paul's to which it has been linked by the Millennium pedestrian bridge by Norman Foster. It also contains an imposing collection of modern European masterpieces from the beginning of the 20 C with great works by the Italian futurists like Boccioni or metaphysic French masterpieces in sculpture and paintings like Degas' Dancers
From EUR85.00
 
The Original London Sightseeing Tour: Hop-on Hop-off
"Redeem your voucher ride around London aboard your spacious open-top double-decker bus and enjoy the flexibility to plan your day exactly how you like. Your London sightseeing ticket can be used on three tour routes — red yellow or blue — as well as the transport links: black green and purple. Tour routes are great options with entertaining commentary for all ages plus children’s activity packs.Your ticket also includes a hop-on hop-off Thames River cruise and three walking tours – all of which take place daily. See Itinerary for details.Tour – Red Route:Discover top city highlights in central London with full audio commentary throughout. Stay on board for the full lo or hop on and off at your leisure at any of these stops:Madam Tussauds
From GBP26.00

More Local Customs in Brixton

Don't be suprised about the bleach

Being a regular vistor to Brixton, it strikes me as being the most bleached out place in London. Everywhere I turn I see black women with faces 15 million shades lighter than their hands. Often they...
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Zarasher
Feb 16, 2007

Ignore the drunks

There are a group of drunk men who hang around in the oval not to far from the cinema... They like to call out to people as they walk past... normally a greeting... don't bother replying because...
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Zarasher
Dec 04, 2005
 
 
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South London Gallery

Take your pins in the direction of SE5 where you will find the South London Gallery, a rarity in the heart of " Del Boy" (Only Fools and horses) territory. You can catch fine exhibitions from well...
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Vauxhall Bridge

Vauxhall bridge is a grade II listed bridge. It designed by Sir Alexander Binnie and was opened on the 26th May 1906. It is a steel and granite arch bridge in a red colour with statues facing the...
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Imperial War Museum

The Imperial War Museum was established in 1917 to record the events taking place in the First World War which, at the time of the museum's conception, was still being fought. The museum was opened...
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Tate Britain

My visit to the Tate Britain was with some trepidation. I new that it would not be as good as some of the other art museums in London simply for the fact that as far as my knowledge in art history...
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Battersea Power Station

Generally Power Stations are depised but tolerated as a necessary evil - we do after all need electricity, we don't necessarily need to like how it is made though! The building itself was designed by...
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Lambeth Palace

On the south bank of the Thames next to Lambeth Bridge this medieval complex of buildings has been home to the Archbishops of Canterbury, the most senior bishop of the Church of England, for over 800...
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"Bricky - Lively, but no riots for 30 years"
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"The wickedest street in all London"
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