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Fun London Tours is an exciting, fresh and innovative tour company whose guides will provide you with the highlight of your stay in London. We are qualified, insured, experienced, and engage you with our knowledge, humour and enthusiasm. Come on a...more
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This was my first time visiting London and I was by myself. Based on reviews and a website review, I decided to book this walking tour last minute as there were still spots left! I'm glad I did so. My guide was Danielle, and she...More
Very informative walking tour with a walk along with the guards from St James Palace to Buckingham Palace. Guide was very informative about the process and history of the guards. Took about 40 minutes as we saw the guards formation and procession between the 2...More
...But history 1x1. Our guide, Danielle, reminded us many things we might have forgotten from history classes back in the school days. In a charming personal way that proved to be quite inspirational. And she did all that while leading us thru the crowds. Quite...More
Danielle did an OUTSTANDING job getting our group to all the best places to see the Changing of the Guard. She was knowledgeable about what was going on and gave a wonderful history of the event. Also learning about the area between the horse guard...More
Spent 2 hours on Sunday morning as the only Brits in the company of two dozen others being whisked around “the places to be” by our guide Angus. Have to say that it’s a great “cover all” for the ceremony and will enable you to...More
Hidden London walking tour with Angus was entertaining and interesting. The stories were well told and the whole walk nicely constructed. Both the small group and the fact that tour guides are allowed to emphasize on aspects they themselves find fascinating makes the tour enjoyable...More
The tour was interesting and entertaining. Our guide, Danielle, was very engaging and animated. She definitely receives 5 stars. I believe the price is too high (hence the 4 star overall rating) but that may be indicative of typical London prices. I would recommend.
Just got back from a week in London traveling solo. I went on two tours with Matt: Lost London and Changing of the Guard. If I had time I would have done them all. Very good historian, and great at picking out the details to...More
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I’m not aware of a single full day tour but you can certainly book a morning tour, then have some lunch and continue on to a 2nd tour in the afternoon. Perhaps an ice cream tour ! Or you could do the hop on hop off open top... More
I’m not aware of a single full day tour but you can certainly book a morning tour, then have some lunch and continue on to a 2nd tour in the afternoon. Perhaps an ice cream tour ! Or you could do the hop on hop off open top bus tour which you can do all day.
It is a lot of walking but there is a lot of stopping for information talks along the way which would t hold a 4yr olds attention. However the guide we had -Amber was fab and could direct you on ahead of the group to get the... More
It is a lot of walking but there is a lot of stopping for information talks along the way which would t hold a 4yr olds attention. However the guide we had -Amber was fab and could direct you on ahead of the group to get the ground covered without pressure. You do get a great view of the guards on horse back, marching soldiers and band coming out at st James palace. Again you could go on ahead down the mall ahead of the crowd to avoid the fast walking to keep up with them to get to the palace. It’s crowded at the buckingham palace end but worth it. I’d be lifting him up in arms a bit I’d say! Good luck.