Take a Personal Chauffeur Tour of London
There’s no better way to explore London than in a limousine. Avoid the Tube and the crowds, and see the city in style!
If you’re planning to explore the capital this summer, then why not do it in style? A limousine tour of London allows you to beat the crowds and avoid the Tube, experiencing the city’s sights in luxury. But you don’t want to spend all day in the limo – however luxurious it might be! Here’s a suggested itinerary recommended by on of our favourite London chauffeur services:
8 a.m. – Columbia Road Flower Market
If it happens to be a Sunday, then get up early and ask your driver to pop to Columbia Road Flower Market. This beautiful market on a historic cobbled street is a whirl of beautiful colours and scents, with all sorts of exotic flowers on offer. Pop into one of the pretty cafes for a coffee to wake you up.
10 a.m. – Breakfast in Shoreditch
Spitalfields is amongst the hippest areas of London; home to artists and trendy young companies. Get your driver to drop you at the iconic Breakfast Club, a retro-themed joint that’s famous for serving up the best brunch in town. You can walk your full English off afterwards with a wander around the area’s markets, packed full of handmade goods and vintage clothes. Head to the iconic Christ Church to marvel at its stunning interior, and stop off for coffee in its crypt cafe if you’re in need of a caffeine hit.
12 p.m. – The Tower of London
Time for a bit of culture! Get your driver to head over the iconic Tower of London for a pre-booked tour. See the Crown Jewels and shudder at Traitor’s Gate, before admiring the world-famous views of the Thames and Tower Bridge. Pop into All Hallows Church next to the Tower – reputed to be the most haunted site in London!
2 p.m. – Borough Market
Time to head to London’s foodie hotspot, Borough Market. Get your driver to head across Tower Bridge for the a London experience! Though the market is busier on Fridays and Saturdays, stalls and shops are open all week around. Try some of the city’s famous street food; from huge pans of paella to Argentinean empanadas and Indian samosas. There’s a snack here for everyone! Walk down to the banks of the Thames where you’ll find Anchor Bankside, a Shakespearean pub by the Thames.
5 p.m – National Portrait Gallery
While the crowds head for the busy National Gallery, those in the know will pop next door to the National Portrait Gallery instead. Packed full of portraits of famous faces from Henry the VIII to Audrey Hepburn, there’s something for everyone to marvel at here.
7 p.m. – Dinner and a Show?
You now find yourself in theatre land, where there are a huge range of restaurants and West End theatres from which to choose! Pick up tickets to one of the latest shows at the kiosks in Leicester Square, then find somewhere to eat – Chinatown is right on your door!
After drinks at one of the West End’s many bars, you can summon your driver and ensure you get home safely and in style.