The Magic of London - London Tours
London Tours and Sightseeing: you can go to the main destinations of Great Britain including London, England, Stonehenge, Edinburgh and the rest of Scotland.
London Oxford & Stratford: This tour will head for Oxford for a festive walk through the historic Oxford university town where the tour will pass through the ivy-clad colleges and the great honey coloured buildings. Moreover, the walking tour passes the Christ Church and the place where Lewis Caroll wrote his enchanting tales of Alice in Wonderland.
Current Exhibitions: This section will be the guide for everyone who wants to see extraordinary things in London and wants to enjoy some good entertainment in London! The UK's capital is the greatest city in the world for all kinds of great events. So if you are interested in music, theatre, art, festivals and entertainment in London, book now.
Total London: After the morning pick up travellers will leave Victoria station and will head for the centre of London for a guided tour through the city of London where many famous tourist attractions of London are waiting for them.
Royal Tour London: You will see the most famous landmarks of London, get a private tour to the Tower of London and of course you are going to see the Changing of the Guards in front of the Buckingham Palace.
Big Bus London: The best way to experience the brilliance of London is through a London day trip with a ride by a traditional London big bus. See all the tourist attractions of London including the Tower Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Oxford Street, Big Ben and many more.
Have you ever heard of the London Pass? Travellers who want to discover as many attractions of London as possible such as the Tower Bridge and the Buckingham Palace should definitely buy this ticket. With the London Pass visitors get free access to about 55 sights of London for free. Moreover it grants them discounts and offers them a lot of benefits.
SAVE MONEY, SAVE TIME AND SEE ALL ATTRACTIONS OF LONDON WITH ONLY ONE TICKET!
- Visit as many attractions as they want
- FREE access to more than 55 attractions
- FAST Entrance to attractions (no waiting in line)
- Extra discounts for London restaurants, theatres and tours
- Save up to £420 with the 6-Day London Pass
- Money-back guarantee
Make your London visit as easy and exciting as possible by buying your London Pass!
The London Pass makes sure you will visit every monument and every important place without waiting in line and paying for each sight. Therefore you can use your time enjoying the famous attractions of London. The pass allows you to go to all the London attractions and additionally to save money and time.
Together with the London Pass you can buy a Travel Card that allows an unlimited travel on metropolitan public transport in London such as buses, metro and train. Ask Lonsdale Hotel London staff for further information.
Within a short walking distance from the Lonsdale Hotel London travellers can discover the University of London, the British Museum London and the Oxford Street to do some shopping.
From the accommodation it is approximately 1 km to visit the Piccadilly Circus and the Regent's Park in London. Moreover, the London Camden Town and its markets can be easily reached by walk from the Lonsdale Hotel London. Besides, the perfect public transportation system in London enables visitors to reach attractions such as the Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and the Madame Tussauds by London tube! Just around the corner of the Lonsdale Hotel London there is so much else to see!
- London Big Ben
The Big Ben (also called Clock Tower) was built in 1859 and is 96 meters high, the clock is situated at a height of 55 meters. The Big Ben used to be the largest four-faced clock in the world but was defeated by the Allen-Bradley Clock Tower in the USA. The London Big Ben was designed by Augustus Pugin just before his death.
- Madame Tussauds
The founder of the famous Madame Tussauds museum in London was Marie Tussauds, born in 1761. Her first wax sculpture was one of Voltaire in 1777. Madame Tussauds settled down in 1835 in Baker Street London and opened her first museum there. You can still see some of the old models she made, but most of them were destroyed due to the fire during the second world war. Madame Tussauds wax museum can be visited by London travellers the entire year.
- National Gallery
The National Gallery in London was established in 1824 and owns a large collection of paintings. This London Gallery contains more than 2,000 paintings which were made between 1250 and 1900 by very famous painters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt van Rijn, Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet! You can find The National Gallery London in the North of London Trafalgar Square. Furthermore, there is no entrance fee for the National Gallery London, except for special exhibitions in London.
- London Tower Bridge
The Tower Bridge was one of the engineering masterpieces of that time and was finally built in 1894. For London travellers it is possible to walk over this magnificent bridge, just 42 metres above the London River Thames. From the London Tower Bridge you can see the St. Paul's Cathedral, Canary Wharf, The London Eye and the Tower of London. Visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition and get to know more about the history of the famous London Tower Bridge!
- Piccadilly Circus London
The Piccadilly Circus is London's most famous road junction which was built in 1819 as a connection to Regent Street. Since then you can find a circular open space at this famous road junction of London, the Piccadilly junction called "circus". At London Piccadilly Circus travellers can do some shopping or simply enjoy the entertainment in London! Moreover, the Piccadilly Circus is known for its huge digital displays and the neon advertisements on the surrounding buildings.
Londsdale Hotel London can recommend you the following shows and performances in the theatres in London here.