Become a Part of Royal Heritage - Historical Tour of London

London1Europe's pride and the world's famous tourist destination, London has the most International visitors every year. The city is beautiful and offers royal heritage, Iconic spots and world-famous landmarks to its tourist, which are the beginning points of tourist attention. Aside, London has over 50 International cities within short-flight space, making it a favorite weekend gateway. It is a well designed and well connected destination with 5 International Airports and speedy Eurorail.




Learn about the royal history and visit top royal attractions here to get close to the majestic spirit. Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace are popular attractions of this majestic destination.





Buckingham Palace


Not many people are lucky to view and feel royal hospitality in their lifetime, and the home of Queen is certainly a lifetime experience. Open for the general public from June to early October, Buckingham Palace welcomes everyone to view the historical values and culture. The tours inside take you the State Rooms, The Picture Gallery, and the Changing of the Guard. Offering majestically divine settings of gilded ceilings and bright chandeliers, visitors will be able to see Royal collection masterpieces.

Her Majesty, The Queen still uses Buckingham Palace as her residence and office, keeping the royal palaces, even working today. Travelers can ask for Audio tours, and your tour guide will give you details about the paintings, sculptures and ancestral furniture. This tour will last for 2 - 2½ hours, and at the end the visitors can enjoy over a chilled glass of champagne, served to all guests at the Grand Entrance. The entrance ticket will cost £19.00 for an adult and £10.85 for the child, and includes a tour of Royal Mews and the Queen's Gallery.

Visit booking economy and plan your tour time well in advance, book tickets in the first half, so that you can see the Changing of the Guard scheduled at 11.30 am daily. Visit the Garden Cafe, Beer Garden and shop some souvenirs from The Garden Shop. Book tickets for tours & activities well in advance and through a reputable provider as we can provide the best information about the local activities.

In case you want to experience royal hospitality all throughout your stay, you can book a hotel near these heritage buildings using booking economy’s hotel deals. The best way to reach is by road, so you can rent a car for your own convenience. You can also use Underground Tube and rails from Victoria, Hyde Park Corner, St James’s Park and Green Park.




Kensington Palace


Take a visit to the palace of secret tales of royal courtier as in 17th to 18th century. The tour of Kensington Palace takes you through the State Apartments of King and Queen. View remarkable paintings influenced from the life of Victoria, when she grew up as a kid, and her life as a wife, mother, then as a Queen, and finally the Empress. The entire tale will come to life on the tour, and you will feel becoming part of her real life.

This place has undergone refurbishment worth £12 million to bring the original aura. This British Monarch celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, and her exhibition-cum-tour Victoria Revealed, portrays her real life truly. Learn about Princess Diana and her dresses from a small exhibition in the State Apartments.

The Palace also has a Gift shop for souvenirs, Picnic site, cafe, restaurant and private dining facilities. The Kensington Palace also hosts many events, and wedding receptions at charity rates. The Adult entry ticket will cost £15.00 and it is free for children. The gates open at 10:00 hours and close at 18:00 hours. You can reach here by following Gloucester Road by car, bike or bus, or use Queensway and High St Kensington Tubes.



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