Watch the sun set over the majestic river on a new River Thames Evening Bike Tour. This tour will cycle you through the heart of the city taking in many of the iconic London sites as well as getting a feel for the mystery and romance of London's riverside by twilight. Don’t miss an opportunity to watch the city’s lights glistening over London Bridge from the comfy seat of a cruiser bike!
Please note that while the cycling is very leisurely we do ride on the road for parts of this tour and cycling competency and confidence is required. Children are welcome on this tour but should be competent and confident on a bike.
A Drink in a 400 Year Old Pub
Half way through the tour let us show you one of London's best historic pubs and treat you to drink (included!) in an establishment that has stood on the sight for the best part of 1000 years.
The London Eye
Despite being widely ridiculed when it first opened, the London Eye is now one of the most recognizable and loved structures in London.
One of the most stunning and iconic bridges in the world, Tower Bridge was built nearly 60 years into the reign of Queen Victoria and during the height of the British Empire. You will have the opportunity to take photos at its most spectacular vantage point then actually get the chance to cycle across it.
St. Paul's Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral is the defining masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren’s architectural genius. The ground upon which it is built has been considered sacred for thousands of years. In more modern times, this is where the world mourned the loss of Sir Winston Churchill and celebrated the fairytale wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
The Tower of London
Originally built by William the Conqueror, this World Heritage site has been used as a royal residence, prison, observatory, treasury, mint, and even a zoo.
The words excellent, critical and lonely are attributed to one of the greatest Brits that ever lived. In the shadows of the historically accurate recreation of the Globe Theatre, learn about the less trumpeted side of William Shakespeare and his direct impact on our 21st century lives.
There has been a bridge here since the Roman occupation nearly 2000 years ago. Since then there have been around 10 bridges spanning the River on this sight. The most famous is the one was purposefully pulled down by a vengeful king giving rise to the famous nursery rhyme "London Bridge is Falling Down."
Attached to the houses of parliament, Big Ben actually refers to the 13 tonne hour-bell within the clock tower, first heard on May 31, 1859.
Harry Potter fans might recognise this as the film location for Diagon Alley. A marketplace for the last 600 years, today you'll find a fantastic off-the-beaten-path place to shop.
The Monument was built by Christopher Wren to commemorate the Great Fire of London in 1666. Take in many of London’s iconic sites.
Unravel the mystery and romance of the city’s riverside by twilight.
Discover London's best historic pubs with a complimentary drink.