E.g., 21 Jun 2024

River Thames

The London Eye

Big Ben

The Houses of Parliament

Westminster Abbey

St James’ Park

Buckingham Palace

The Changing of the Guard*

Trafalgar Square

Covent Garden

Lincoln’s Inn Fields

Smithfield Market

St Paul’s Cathedral

The Classic Gold Tour. Private.

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£245.00 (from)

Day and time: 

Any time.

3.5 Hours
Created by Vectors Marketfrom the Noun ProjectDifficulty
40% on cycle path
Created by Hea Poh Linfrom the Noun ProjectDistance
13.2 km

The Classic Gold Tour is our most popular ride of central London, covering the classic sights that light up the capital's skyline from Westminster to the City of London. Taking this tour privately means you choose when your tour leaves, and the size of your group. We also allow children under 10 on private tours - check out our Family Tour if you're riding with young children!

Your journey starts from our base in Lambeth, central London. Here we will equip you with a bicycle and safety gear, and you will be introduced to your guide. They will lead you on backstreets and cycle paths to some of the most iconic landmarks in London - discover royalty at Buckingham Palace (and maybe even see the Changing of the Guard!*,) admire the street performers in Covent Garden and marvel at the grand architecture of St Paul’s Cathedral.

On your bicycle, you will cover ground not possible on foot whilst discovering streets which would be impossible to see via bus. Your guide will not only talk you through London’s amazing past, but will also shed light on tips and tricks only a local would know!

"Had a fantastic afternoon tour at the start of January. Complete with an 8 year old and 3 year old I was a little uncertain how successful we would be getting around central London but the bikes and bike carrier were great. Our guide, Olly was fantastic. Patient, knowledgeable and very funny, I cannot recommend this tour highly enough for anyone with young children. Thanks for a great experience."

*Changing of the Guard is subject to schedule and weather. See the schedule here: http://www.changing-the-guard.com/dates-times.html