Royal Albert Hall Bike tours

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London: City Highlights Bike Tour

1. London: City Highlights Bike Tour

Visit London’s must-see sights and attractions by bicycle as well as off-the-beaten-track hot spots that tour buses can’t reach. You’ll hear quirky tales about London’s amazing and sometimes bizarre history on this unique bicycle excursion. You’ll cycle at a comfortable pace along riverside pathways, dedicated bike lanes, and park routes. Possible tour stops include London’s major highlights, including the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. Other places of interest that you may see include Admiralty Arch, Trafalgar Square, Chinatown, Covent Garden, and St. Paul's Cathedral. Listen to amusing anecdotes about London from your knowledgeable guide, and make stops during the day.

London: Essentials Morning Bike Tour

2. London: Essentials Morning Bike Tour

This tour starts in Kensington Garden - you'll start the morning by cycling through this beautiful park to see where Queen Victoria grew up and where Princess Diana lived. Further down the road, you'll stop at London's most classic venue, The Royal Albert Hall, built to memorialize Prince Albert. Feel free to do your own "last night of the proms" or lay back and listen to one of your guide's anecdotes. Your group will then follow the "rotten row" in the magical Hyde park to the statue of one of England's biggest heroes of all time, the man who defeated Napoleon back in 1815: if you know his name and where the battle took place you're the hero of the day. It's all downhill from there, through the Green Park to visit the official residence of the Royal family, Buckingham Palace - maybe you'll get invited for a cup of tea? We hope to tell you some stories about the Palace that you won't find in a travel guide! Next stop on your route is Trafalgar square, one of the world's most famous places. Whatever happened to Lord Nelson in Trafalgar and where did all the pigeons that once lived here go? If you know this then please do share - that's what the tour is all about, sharing some stories  - it's more of a chat than a lecture with a lot of yeardropping. If you like the royal weddings and the coronations, the amazing Westminster Abbey might be the highlight for you on the tour, if you prefer some good old execution and torture you can pay some extra attention by ţhe Houses of Parliament. Then, take a selfie at Big Ben, London's number one landmark before your group goes back again through the Royal Parks to the meeting point again. But please don't rush off without challenging your guides with any questions you may have about other attractions, museums, markets and more ways to enjoy this fabulous city.

London: Evening Bike Tour to London Landmarks

3. London: Evening Bike Tour to London Landmarks

Enjoy a guided bike tour through the heart of London in the evening. Ride your bike through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, admiring Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall. Cycle into Trafalgar Square, past Buckingham Palace, and take a break at Parliament Hill. Make your way to the bike rental garage next to Queensway tube station and get on your bike. Cycle through Kensington Gardens, admiring this peaceful green space in the heart of London, making stops at Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall. Cross through the gardens into Hyde Park, seeing the lake and watching people rollerskate along the wide paths. Reach Hyde Park Corner and view Apsley House, the townhouse of the Dukes of Wellington. Pass by Buckingham Palace into Trafalgar Square and dismount for a guided walk along Downing Street. Take a break at Parliament Square, relaxing with views of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben. On your way back, cycle through St. James Park, Green Park, Hyde Park, and Kensington Gardens to arrive at the meeting point where you started.

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4.9 / 5

based on 7 reviews

The tour is great to get a first impression of the city. Biking through the parks and on less crowded streets is doable, not dangerous at all. We were traveling with Ola. Since the rest of the group didn't show up, we had a private tour. Ola is super personable and very well informed. There is music along the way and tea/coffee and biscuits are also provided. All round service. The duration of 3.5 hours is great, so you can do other things afterwards.

This is an absolute must for anyone visiting london! Orla’s tour took us everywhere we wanted to see (Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Convent Gardens, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace) and even more places we never knew existed but were so glad we found. The tour was fun, educational, and the ride was the perfect length. We can’t recommend this enough. BOOK THIS!

This bike tour is a must while in London. Starting with new bikes in excellent condition, good helmets provided and the tour guide, Olaf, making sure everyone was well fitted prior to cycling. While touring London, Olaf shared old and new stories in a fun and informative matter. The music he played while riding was like the icing on the cake.

What an enjoyable way to spend a morning! Fantastic bike tour getting up close with lots of key attractions. Our guide was fantastic and so knowledgeable. He even brought us tea and biscuits for half way round. The bikes were brilliant and we just loved the whole experience! Thankyou Ola.

Fantastic tour with extremely entertaining tour guide Giula great bike road to places I would not of got to on foot. Amazing scenery with great information and a cup of tea/biscuit stop. Would highly recommend!