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Private Walking Tour: Highlights of London with a Blue Badge Guide
"Enjoy a leisurely walk with our Experienced Blue Badge English speaking guide through the beautiful and historic city of London. Starting at Big Ben you will learn all about this famous old clock and the Houses of Parliament that sit next to the River Th then up past the Prime Minister's home and the Horse Guards Parade where you may see the Queen's personal cavalry on duty. There is so much to see on this tour and after walking past several national war memorials and other state buildings you will find yourself in the bustling Trafalgar Square home of Nelsons Column with its picturesque fountains and national galleries which house some of the finest art in the world. Next up you'll visit Covent Garden and China Town. Then see Leicester Square and London's answer to Times Square
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Private Tour: London Walking Tour
"Meet your guide at a designated location. Visit Buckingham Palace and St James Palace from the outside whilst you are told the fascinating history of these Palaces. Also stories of Royal scandal.Then you will visit the political and social heart with great photo opportunity of Big Ben Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Be entertained with stories of terror treason Royal weddings and Winston Churchill and WWII. Walk past the home of David Cameron and the Horse Guard Parade in to Trafalgar Square home of Admiral Horatio Nelson one of Britain's greatest war leaders.Walk the cobbled streets of Covent Garden. S an area renowned for its restaurants cafe culture
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Private Tour of London in a Classic Car
"Find out what makes London really swing in a restored classic Mini Cooper with your very own passionate local guide to bring the city to life. See not only the iconic sights of the capital but also discover the hidden gems that are often overlooked.< St Paul's Cathedral and The Shard but also the hidden gems that so often get missed – Street Art in the Leake Street Tunnel quirky back streets of Covent Garden and local markets like the Borough Farmers Market.""""Enjoy a chauffeur driven classic car tour of London's most iconic sights as well as the often missed hidden gem's. London is BIG. With 9 million locals 50
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Once A Convent's Garden, Now A Tourist Mecca

Lying on the eastern side of the West End, Covent Garden is a popular destination for tourists and includes the former fruit and vegetable Market, the Opera House, and the area around Seven Dials and...
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Dec 30, 2016


The area around Covent Garden is one of my favourite parts of London. I just love hanging out in this area people watching and checking out all the fun shops around the Apple Market and Piazza. Its a...
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Sep 22, 2016

Covent Garden

Covent Garden is a famous market and shopping area in London. It was once a fruit and vegetable market dating back to the 1600's. The produce market was moved and it was converted into a mall for...
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Sep 10, 2016

Noise and sharm

The area itself is absolutely charming, a little bit touristy, but it is unavoidable. That is why maybe it is not a good idea to buy something in the shops, but walking around and watching...
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Feb 08, 2016

Covent Garden

The former Covent Garden vegetable market, built in 1830, has been restored and is now a retail market with popular shops and restaurants. Second photo: Musicians and street performers are common at...
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Oct 24, 2015

Covent Garden Market

Covent Garden Market it has been there and traded as a market from the Saxon times, but the market we see today it was built by Charles Fowler and opened to the public in 1830 and up to 1974 it was...
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Jun 22, 2015

A Melting Pot of Cultures and Art

Everybody loves Covent Garden. I can sit for hours at one of the restaurants at the market and listen to the music and watch the people. The Covent Garden and Soho areas, which are right next to each...
Jan 26, 2015

Xmas&#64;Covent Garden

The Christmas lights are already up and everywhere in London including Covent Garden.The decorations in the market are simple but effective with a giant 22 feet silver reindeer on one side of the...
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Nov 18, 2014

Covent Garden - always worth a visit...

Most of the times I've been to London I paid a visit to Govent Garden. (only exception waslast year)...I absolutely love to be there - the little charming cafès, reatsurants little shops and the...
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Aug 16, 2014

Covent Garden - Street artists

If you love Covent Garden and visit it regularly you have noticed them already.Who will be there for the first time - youl sure will love to watch them.If you are standing in the front row you might...
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Aug 16, 2014

Covent Garden

A visit to Covent Garden is a bit like stepping back in time. For those that have seen the theatre production, My Fair Lady, you'll recognize some of the area.Formerly the fruit market, today it is a...
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Mar 18, 2014

Covent Garden

In 2012 when I was in London with Evan (Evenith666) we met up with Fen by a spitfire in Covent Garden and I did not really have a look around, It was straight off to a fantastic pub nearby for a good...
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Mar 18, 2014
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Neal's Yard

On the north side of Long Acre we leave Westminster for the borough of Camden and the Seven Dials district of Covent Garden This area consists of former warehouses and was quite run down until the...
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Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House at Covent Garden has two very different façades right next to each other, both facing onto Bow Street. This first one is the traditional stone façade of the main building, where...
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St Paul's Church

St. Paul's Church at Covent Garden is also known as the Actor's Church. The Church was the first entirely new one to be built in London since the reformation at the first formal square of the city...
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The Strand

The Strand Underground Station was opened in 1907 and was originally a branch from Holborn on the Piccadilly line. It was not used much but had a peak hour service which finally closed in 1994 because...
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St. Paul's, Covent Garden

With so many other things to keep you occupied in Covent Garden it would be easy to overlook the simple church of St. Paul’s, but it’s worth a look inside even if only to take a look at the actors’...
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Royal Courts of Justice

If you live in the UK, or anywhere where you can pick up UK TV news broadcasts, the exterior of this building will be very familiar, as many high-profile legal cases are heard in its courts (the High...
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Getting to Covent Garden


Covent Garden, London WC2E


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  • Monday 09:00 to 17:00
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