Classic London Bike Tour

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  • Free Cancelation - 72 Hrs Notice
  • Show Mobile or Printed Voucher
  • 3 Hrs Duration
  • English / French / German / Spanish / Catalan / Italian / Dutch / Portuguese
  • Meet Up With Guide
  • See central London's top sights through a unique way of getting around the city—a 3-hour bicycle tour
  • Free traditional bicycle rental included plus safety gear, including bikes for all shapes and sizes!
  • See the London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and many more famous London attractions
  • No need to worry because this tour is suitable for all levels of cyclist—the route is flat and 40% of the tour will be on cycling tracks

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  • Join-In Bike Tour

    Package Details

    Inclusive Of:

    • 3 hour group tour
    • English tours: 10:30am start time (additional 2:30pm option Jul-Aug)
    • Dutch tours: 10:00am start time (10:15am Nov-Mar)
    • French/German/Spanish/Italian tours: 10:15am start time
    • Please arrive 15 min in advance for check-in
    • Bike rental
    • Helmet rental
    • Experienced guide
    • €1 surcharge per adult for non-English tours

    Not Inclusive Of:

    • Food and drinks

    US$ 33.5

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    Package Details

    Inclusive Of:

    • 3 hour group tour
    • English tours: 10:30am start time (additional 2:30pm option Jul-Aug)
    • Dutch tours: 10:00am start time (10:15am Nov-Mar)
    • French/German/Spanish/Italian tours: 10:15am start time
    • Please arrive 15 min in advance for check-in
    • Bike rental
    • Helmet rental
    • Experienced guide
    • €1 surcharge per adult for non-English tours

    Not Inclusive Of:

    • Food and drinks
  • Private Bike Tour

    Package Details

    Inclusive Of:

    • 3 hour private tour for 4-9 people
    • Start time of your choice
    • Bike rental
    • Helmet rental
    • Experienced guide
    • Tours in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Catalan, or Portuguese (€1 surcharge per person for non-English tours)

    Not Inclusive Of:

    • Food and drinks

    US$ 196.5

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    • 3 hour private tour for 4-9 people
    • Start time of your choice
    • Bike rental
    • Helmet rental
    • Experienced guide
    • Tours in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Catalan, or Portuguese (€1 surcharge per person for non-English tours)

    Not Inclusive Of:

    • Food and drinks
What To Expect

This popular bike tour covers the classic sights that light up the capital's skyline from Westminster to the City of London. Your journey starts from the riverside cycle hire center at Gabriel’s Wharf, conveniently located a stone’s throw away from Waterloo station. Equipped with a bike, your guide will lead you across Blackfriars Bridge and onto Victoria Embankment along the East-West Cycle Superhighway, London’s latest exciting initiative to improve cycle safety. The first stop on the boundary of the City of London and the Metropolitan capital. Then comes Cleopatra’s Needle and spectacular riverside views of the Southbank with its iconic London Eye. Cycle right under Elizabeth Tower, with Big Ben towering over you. Take a stop in Parliament square to enjoy great views of Westminster Abbey and the Palace of Westminster right under the gaze of Winston Churchill, before heading off to Buckingham Palace – via St. James’s Park – in time to catch the Changing of the Guard. From here, it’s straight to Trafalgar Square to see Lord Nelson on his pedestal guarded by bronze lions not far from elegant fountains. Next you'll head to the cobbled streets of Covent Garden, an area renowned for its high-quality restaurants and lively street performers. Then it's time to head towards London's oldest quarter as you enter the heart of the legal district and make your way past Lincoln's Inn Fields and follow the old cattle routes to Smithfield Market, where you can hear of its turbulent past and gruesome medieval history. St. Paul’s Cathedral is the last stop before crossing over Blackfriars Bridge and heading back to the wharf.

London Eye Bridge Bike Tour
Get to see amazing riverside views of the Southbank with its iconic London Eye
Buckingham Palace Bike Tour
If you're in luck, the royal standard flag at the Buckingham Palace will be raised and you may catch a glimpse of the Queen as she takes up residence in her 'office'
St. Paul's Cathedral Bike Tour
Take a moment to admire St. Paul’s Cathedral before heading back
Activity Information
Confirmation

Confirmation:

  • You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
  • In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your Spam folder or notify us via email
Itinerary

Itinerary:

  • 10:00am-10:30am (depending on language) Meet up at Gabriel's Wharf for Join-In Tours. There will be an additional 2:30pm English tour departure on Jul-August
  • Cleopatra's Needle
  • 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
  • 1:00pm-1:30pm (for Join-In Tours) Tour ends at Gabriel's Wharf
Additional Information

Additional Information:

  • Child tickets are available for children aged 10-17
  • Children under the age of 10 are not recommended to join this tour
  • Please note that the route may change due to traffic/special events/circumstances beyond our control
  • Please note: the Changing of the Guard is subject to schedule and weather. You can check the Changing of the Guard schedule in advance
  • You can select your own starting time if you choose the private tour package
  • Difficulty level: easy
  • There are no fitness or health requirements to join the tour but you must be confident in your fitness and abilities to ride a bike for the duration of the tour
How To Use
  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity

Meet Up Location:

  • Meet Up Time: 10:15am (for 10:30am departure) or 2:15pm (for 2:30pm departure) for English tours; 9:45am (for 10:00am departure) for Dutch tours, and 10:00am (for 10:15am departure) for other languages
  • For private tours, please refer to the time agreed when booking
  • Please make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of the start time for check-in
  • Address: 1 Gabriel's Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PP
  • Important: Please double check the address here before heading to the meet up location

How To Get There:

From Blackfriars Underground Station (District and Circle Lines):
  • Leave the main entrance/exit and cross Blackfriars Bridge
  • At the end of the bridge, cross the road by the traffic lights
  • Go down the stairs in front of Dogget's Pub and turn left to walk along the riverside
  • Keep the river on your right hand side and walk past the OXO Tower
  • Keep going until you see "Gabriel's Wharf" painted on a wall of a building in front of you (the entrance is between the two restaurants).
  • The bicycles are located at the far end of the square
From Blackfriars Overground Station (Thameslink):
  • Follow the exit signs "Bankside, Southbank, Tate Modern"
  • Turn left when you exit the station
  • Walk through underpass of Blackfriars Bridge and past Doggett's pub and OXO Tower
  • Keep going until you see "Gabriel's Wharf" painted on a wall of a building in front of you (the entrance is between the two restaurants)
  • The bicycles are located at the far end of the square
From Waterloo Underground Station (Bakerloo, Northern, Waterloo and City, Jubilee lines):
  • If you can see signs for 'South Bank', follow them, and you will exit the station at the York Rd exit. If you can't see signs for South Bank, Follow the Bakerloo Line signs, until you do
  • When leaving the station at this exit, you will find yourself on York Rd.
  • Walk Left towards the railway bridge
  • Just before the railway bridge turn left and follow the pedestrian walkway through the tunnel
  • At the end of the walkway, in front of the Royal Festival Hall, turn right onto Belvedere road
  • Follow the road past BFI Southbank, National Theatre and ITV studios.
  • After the ITV studios turn left into Gabriel's Wharf
From Waterloo Overground Station (South West Trains):
  • Take exit 5 "Waterloo Bridge"
  • Go down the stairs and turn left to "Southbank Centre", and "National Theatre"
  • Cross the road by the traffic lights and keep following the signs "Southbank Centre", and "National Theatre"
  • At the end of the road, in front of the Royal Festival Hall, turn right onto Belvedere road
  • Follow the road past BFI Southbank, National Theatre and ITV studios.
  • After the ITV studios turn left into Gabriel's Wharf
From St Pancras International Station (Eurostar, East Midland's Trains, Southeastern High Speed):
  • Take any train from platform A to Blackfriars
  • Follow the exit signs "Bankside, Southbank, Tate Modern"
  • Turn left when you exit the station
  • Walk through underpass of Blackfriars Bridge and past Doggett's pub and OXO Tower
  • Keep going until you see "Gabriel's Wharf" painted on a wall of a building in front of you (the entrance is between the two restaurants)
  • The bicycles are located at the far end of the square
By Ferry:
  • Nearest Pier is Blackfriars Pier
By Bus:
  • Take any bus to Waterloo Bridge or Blackfriars Bridge
  • Get off on the south side of the River Thames
  • Walk along the river East if you are at Waterloo Bridge or West if you are at Blackfriars Bridge until you reach Gabriel's Wharf (the entrance is between two restaurants)
By Car:
  • There are two car parks close by, one entrance is on UPPER GROUND and the other is on CORNWALL ROAD. Parking regulations are enforced vigorously in the area. It is possible to park for free on single yellow lines on Sunday, and in some places on Saturday afternoon
Cancelation Policy
  • Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 72 hours prior to the activity
  • Tours run in all kinds of weather. If it's raining continuously for 15 min at the time the tour is set to start, you are allowed to re-book for another day (or if there is no other suitable time, you can receive a refund)
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