Take this relaxed tour through the West End exploring some of the city’s most theatrical, artistic, and culturally significant sights. The journey begins at Gabriel's Wharf and throws you straight into the quaint 1830s red-brick lined streets of Waterloo as you make your way towards The Cut. First stop is the Old Vic Theatre, one of London’s oldest and most loved theatres. Across the road – Lower Marsh, a market street that’s a favorite of filmmakers and full of listed buildings housing lunchtime cheap eats and hip cafés. Turning right, you’ll explore a hidden underground tunnel, a unique area filled with ever-changing street art. Next stop is Archbishop's Park, a secluded green area of tranquility that backs onto Lambeth Palace, the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Crossing the river, you are transported back in time as you arrive at the courtyard of Westminster Abbey School, which offers a privileged view of Westminster Abbey and some of its hidden quarters. From there it’s a short ride to Horse Guard’s Parade, a historic sporting ground where Henry VIII once hosted jousting tournaments, followed by a pedal through Hyde Park, Henry’s private hunting ground, before Buckingham Palace was built. Up next is Mayfair, an area associated with luxury shops, galleries and exclusive gentlemen’s clubs. Passing along Carnaby Street, still known today as the center of '60s Swinging London, it’s then onto Soho, a favorite haunt of the mods and hippies of the same era, and the stomping ground of British bands like The Rolling Stones. As the tour draws to a close, you’ll pass through bustling Covent Garden (London’s Theatreland) before continuing across Waterloo Bridge hungry for your next London adventure.