Sights & Sounds of London
7 Day Tour

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Price Per person double occupancy

Dates Land Only
No Transfers

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Price Includes: All motor coach and land transportation, sightseeing, admissions, services of tour director and driver, lodging, meals as specified in tour itinerary, taxes, gratuities to bellhops and waiters at included meals.

Not Included: Cost of obtaining passports or visas, laundry, meals, beverages or sightseeing not included in the itinerary, travel insurance, gratuity to guide, driver, communication charges, & excess baggage fees. Port charges and gratuities to crew are not included on cruises.


We embark this evening on our overnight flight to the British Isle's meal is served en-route.


Upon our arrival, we will be met by our guide and immediately transported into the heart of one of the most historic cities, London. Upon arrival in the city we immediately have a short orientation tour, hotel check in, dinner and overnight.


Our sightseeing today will take us to Buckingham Palace to view the Changing of the Guard. We then travel onto Westminster Abbey, where English kings and queens have been crowned since 1066. We will visit the Royal Chapels, which hold the tombs of monarchs form past centuries. We pass by Big Ben as we board our boat for a trip down the Thames passing St. Paul's Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren's wonderful Renaissance masterpiece, the Globe Theater and disembarking for a visit to the Tower of London, one of London's oldest historical landmarks. Originally built by William the Conqueror as a fortress, this site has also served as a royal residence and a prison. See the White Tower, where prisoners such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Princess Elizabeth were held; the Crown Jewels; and St. John's Chapel, the oldest church in London. Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.


Following breakfast you have the day free to explore at your leisure. Travel to Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus or the famous Harrods department store, where you can shop for those British bargains. Enjoy a café as you watch the city go by. Maybe take in a sight; the British Museum is a great place housing the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles and the Sutton Hoo Treasure. We have rehearsal and a CONCERT this afternoon in one of London's wonderful settings. We return to our hotel after our performance for dinner and overnight.*Concert Performance this afternoon in London.


Today we start by taking a trip to England's mysterious Stonehenge, Britain's ancient monument more than 3000 years old. Continue to Salisbury, a wonderfully preserved medieval town who's cathedral boast the highest spire in England. We will see the Magna Carta and climb the Cathedral Tower for a breathtaking view over this charming city. Continue our travels west to Bath with a visit to the Roman Baths where we can marvel at the ingenuity of the ancient engineers who built them. See Bath Abbey, the location of the crowning of the first King of England. Prior to returning to London, we have a drive around Bath viewing some of the architectural wonders, including Pulteney Bridge and the Royal Crescent.


Today we visit Windsor Castle. The oldest continuously inhabited royal residence in Britain, the castle, originally made of wood was built by William the Conqueror in 1070. We see St. George's Chapel, the State Apartments, and the many other historic and royal locations surrounding the grounds. We return to London where you have the afternoon at leisure for any last minute shopping or sightseeing. We have rehearsal and a CONCERT before our farewell dinner at a local restaurant. We return to our hotel for our final overnight. *Concert Performance this evening in London area.


We depart England this morning arriving home the same day.