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London Taxi Tour.

Offering tours in London taxis for those that want a memorable experience.


If you don't see the tour you want or you have a special request then please email requests@londontaxitour.com and we will help you to arrange your trip



Royal London Taxi Tour

 

About our Outside London Taxi Tours
We will pick you up from your central London hotel or apartment and take you on a tour, in an air conditioned London taxi. At the end of the tour you can be dropped back at your hotel or a central destination of your choice.

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Windsor Castle.

Windsor Castle has been a royal palace for over 900 years. This being one of the Queen's favourite palaces. She often stays here for pleasure, as well as giving many state banquets in her role as Head Of State.
When visiting Windsor Castle you will be able to wonder around the State Apartments, and view the works of Rubens, Holbein, as well as sculptures, tapestries and armour.
Along with visiting Windsor Castle you can take in St George's Chapel where the late Queen Mother is resting, and is also the setting for many Royal Weddings the last being Duke & Duchess of Wessex.
A visit here will take a good 2-3 hours and then you could take in a pub lunch along the river Thames.

Bath.
120 miles outside London is Bath, situated in the county of Somerset.
Best known for it's Georgian classical architecture and it's development as a Roman city 'Aquae Sullis'.

The presence of hot springs and easily worked limestone made it attractive to the Romans who built the original town which flourished for 400 years.
The Royal Crescent, Bath, one of the city's striking 18th Century  neo-classical Georgian structures.
Bath's Pulteney Bridge crossing the Avon river and designed by Robert Adams. Built in 1773.

Adams was influenced by Italy's Ponte Vecchio and Ponte di Rialto shopping bridges.

Stonehenge

The megalithic ruin known as Stonehenge stands on the open downland of Salisbury Plain
Probably the most famous henge in the world, Stonehenge continues to amaze and inspire the many thousands of visitors who come to see it for themselves.
The stones, as we see them today, were erected some 4000 years ago

Oxford.

CHRISTCHURCH COLLEGE AND CATHEDRAL OF OXFORD
 Founded originally by Cardinal Wolsey and re-founded by Henry VIII in 1546. Christchurch and Oxford Cathedral, which is the smallest in England, is also the college chapel.
Presently, famous for the Great Hall and hall stairs, which were in the Harry Potter films. Previously it had appeared in Alice wonderland story.
Open to the public and becoming the most visited attraction within Oxford.

BODLEIAN LIBRARY
Built in 1488 in an amazing English Gothic style with its complex vaulted ceiling is the home of Oxford's research library within Divinity School.
Bodleian library is better known nowadays as the Great Library in the Harry Potter films

SHELDONIAN THEATRE

Here you can see one of Sir Christopher Wren’s first masterpieces, built in 1669 to the design of a Roman theatre. He designed the theatre during his time as a professor at Oxford teaching astronomy.

Today it is used for concerts and ceremonies by Oxford University

8hrs Windsor Castle and Surrounding Areas
     
ENQURY FORM £360
     
10 hrs Windsor Castle and Oxford
     
ENQURY FORM £500
     
All Day Tour of Windsor Castle Stonehenge and Bath
     
ENQURY FORM £620
     
Please Note
If you don't see what you want, drop us a email and we will give you a price.
     

Prices include your London taxi and driver/guide, expenses and local taxes.

But not lunch or entrance fees if applicable. Gratuities are at your discretion.

 
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Cost Of Visiting Sights
Windsor Castle £18.50 per adult ~ Family Ticket £48.00 ~ Child £11.00
Stonehenge £17.00 per adult ~ Family Ticket £36.00 ~ Child £8.30
Bath Family Ticket £38.00 ~ Child £8.50