Visit one of the most historically rich areas of the city, Greenwich. Having breathtaking views, a royal heritage and amazing attractions, Greenwich is a magnificent place to explore. From its panoramic views of London to the fascinating old Greenwich Village, this place is filled with attractions to suit any taste or need. Either get relaxed in its forever green landscape or get to visit its famous museums, you’ll always have an exciting thing to do here.
Prices are per person and include your private driver guide, collection and return to your central London Hotel, or the airport for either a private or small-group excursion, but not entrances fees (it can be pre-arranged by us upon request) where applicable, or meals unless stated.
- Personal & quality tour
- Tour Days: Daily
- No hidden charges – price includes all taxes
- Season: Year Round
- Departure Time: 9:00 AM / Flexible
- Arrival Time: 13:00 PM / Flexible
- Pick-up: Any London Hotel Lobby or Residence
- Drop-off: Any London Hotel Lobby or Residence
Any admission fees payable on entry or it can be pre-arranged by us / subject to openings & availability.
For Professional Blue-Badge tour guide please enquire.
To book and for over 7 people, please enquire: [email protected]ww.discoverlondontours.com
This tour will show you the most famous attractions and treasures in London
Private panoramic tour of London with an expert driver-guide
Your private driver-guide will make sure the morning or afternoon itinerary suits you and will begin with offering an insight into London’s history. Your guide’s commentary will be tailored to your personal interests and he or she will be able to stop at almost any location. Our tour guides will be flexible on the day and will be able to adapt to your specific requirements.
- National Maritime Museum
- Admiral Horatio Nelson’s great triumphs and Trafalgar
- Old Royal Observatory
- Cutty Sark
Greenwich lies to the east of London and is an area steeped in maritime history. It is dominated by the great neo-classical palace designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The National Maritime Museum with memorabilia from the victory over the Spanish Armada is situated in the Greenwich area. In this area you can also see Admiral Horatio Nelson’s great triumphs at the battles of the Nile and of Trafalgar. On the hill overlooking the Museum stands the Old Royal Observatory. Through the yard in front of it runs the line of zero longitude dividing the Eastern and the Western hemispheres of the Globe. Also do not forget to visit one of the world’s most famous ships, the recently restored Cutty Sark. The Cutty Sark is last surviving tea clipper and the fastest and greatest of her time.