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Better Ways Of Touring For The Students In London

A London bus tour is one of the best ways to experience London Palace where students can make their agenda, passing top sights such as Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.


  • Blue Route: It covers mainly Central London sight where you can be assisted by a live English speaking guide and discover the facts of Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, and St Paul’s Cathedral.
  • Classic Tour: It covers all Central London sights including London’s Museum Quarter
  • Grand Tour: This covers Madame Tussauds, Kings Cross.
  • The Pick Up: This route passes from the famous hotel sights to Central London  where you can experience the beauty of London mornings
  • The Drop off Route: It covers Central London to the hotel district where you can have a glimpse of London evening.

London Duck Tours

Explore London by an exclusive yellow vehicle where you can get a view of the Amphibian world of London which excites you more than the ordinary bus tours guided by a live commentary. This you can at best enjoy when staying at the Grand Park London Hyde Park Hotel. There is a splendid range of fun tours including Classic Sightseeing Tours, historical D-day, action-packed James Bond Tour, thrilling Quackmas Carol Tour. All scheduled tours depart from Belvedere Road, waterloo, London.

Scary Fun Tours

The Ghost Bus Tours is a breathtaking sightseeing tour on a classic 1960’s Route Master bus which will take you to experience the UK’s most haunted cities. The thrilling, extravagant journey is designed to educate the tourists about the sites of murder, superficial activity, and assassination.

Beauty of the Museums and Galleries

Westminster Abbey: 

Formally titled as the Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster. This 700 year old gothic Abbey is the most talked about traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and British monarchs. Just a short walk from the Thames, Westminster Abbey is a glorious and reminiscent structure in British history. There have been 16 royal weddings held at the Abbey since 1100. There are 450 tombs and monuments in the Abbey. Some of the renowned British musicians singers, composers have indulged their careers at the Abbey. Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Dr.Samuel Jackson and Charles Darwin were buried in the church grounds. Westminster contains lovely statues engraved from the Virgin Mary carrying a baby Jesus to the grave of the warrior. There is an eloquently built Memorial for Isaac Newton at the corner of the Abbey. In 2011 it was the wedding place of Prince William and Kate Middleton. It is complete with painting, statues, stained glass windows and religious artefacts.

Victoria And Albert Museum:

Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of lucrative designs and luxurious collection of over 4.5 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. This museum holds the world’s largest collection of post-classical sculpture with the designs of Italian Renaissance, engraved in ceramics and metalwork. Initially it was known as the Museum of Manufactures in May 1852 then it was renamed as South Kensington Museum in 1854. The official opening was done by Queen Victoria on 22nd June 1857.The holdings of ceramics, glass, textiles, costumes, silver, medieval objects, sculptures, terracotta that enriches the royal look of the museum. Like other British museums, entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum has been free since 2001.It is one of the world’s largest libraries for creative arts and designs.

Richmond Park:

Richmond Park was created as a Deer Park in the 17th century. It is a national sanctuary of wildlife reserve. This beautiful landscape has acquired the inspiration of famous celebrities and it has been a marvellous location for numerous films and TV shows. The building is famous its own architectural importance. This park contains numerous bushes and woods created by the public donation. The Jubilee Plantation designed to admire and solemnize the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria .This Park is a home for woodpecker, squirrel, rabbits, snakes, frogs, toads. It is a royal habitat to the beautiful Isabella Plantation .Pembroke Lodge and herds of Red and Fallow Deer. This area was previously called as Manor of Sheen. Later it was renamed to Richmond during Henry VII’s reign.

Crystal Palace:

Crystal Palace is a massive cast iron and glass exhibition hall in Hyde Park, London where situated the Great Exhibition of 1851.This giant structure was reconstructed at Sydenham Hill(now in the borough of Bromley) which survived until 1936.

In 1840 Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria and President of the Royal Society of Arts, speculated the idea of captivating international exhibitors to coproduce in an exposition. The exhibition opened in the Crystal Palace on May 1, 1851. The Crystal Palace designed by Sir Joseph Paxton was an eminent construction of prefabricated parts which contains a profound network of iron rods.

Clubs in London

North Camden:

Motivated by Harlem Children’s Zone, North Camden Zone is the first children zone initiated in the UK.It was organised in November 2011 and started in August 2014 where approaches were highlighted towards child poverty and long term relationships .It connects various people together to interact and discuss the problems in the area and also inviting local people to participate and deliver innovative ideas for the improvisation of the area.

The South Croydon:

It welcomes the tourists to experience the fancy world of clubbing in the unique Savannah Way outback. The fun can be best experienced when seeking for an accommodation near Hyde Park London Paddington. Take a ride and enjoy fishing on the famous “Tin Hare” the Gulflander Train and skiing at the eternal lake Belmore where you can enjoy speculating birds or discovering the glorious Savannah Way outback. Croydon serves chilled beer at its best and it is known for its cuisine that starts from 12 noon till 2 pm and serves dinner from 6pm to 8pm. .

Docklands Light Railway:

is a mechanised instinctive light metro system opened in 1987 to serve the sterile Docklands area of London.

It reaches Stafford, south to Lewisham, west to Tower Gateway and east to Beckton.This Railway is appreciated and awarded by Transport for London. The stations have high platforms matching the floor height of the cars, allowing level access for passengers with wheelchairs or pushchairs. Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is an example of driverless mechanism that could be gained and all over the world examples are been cited of what DLR could have achieved if more of London Underground could have been automated.

This post was written by

Fergus Brandon – who has written posts on All Here.


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