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Royal Albert Hall with Afternoon Tea & Thames River Cruise

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Don’t miss the chance to see inside one of this most iconic and majestic magical buildings, recognisable across the world.  Included is a guided tour which offers the inside story of the Royal Albert Hall.  Also included is a leisurely cruise on the River Thames on a sightseeing cruise running through the middle of the city, the river Thames is the perfect vantage point for taking in some of London’s most iconic sites.

A guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall with afternoon tea and a leisurely cruise along the Thames River the following day.

Sunday: We depart the Travel Centre in Hugglescote and head for London, arriving at the Royal Albert Hall. The guided tour lasts around an hour followed by an Afternoon Tea. We continue to our central hotel, with the rest of the evening at your leisure. Although dinner is not included at the hotel, there are plenty of eateries just round the corner from the hotel on Gloucester Road.

Monday:  After our traditional English breakfast, we head for Westminster Pier where we will see the best views in London with a 40 minute River Thames sightseeing cruise.  There will be free time in London before departing around late afternoon, arriving back in Hugglescote at around mid-evening.

1 night hotel accommodation with breakfast
Visit to Royal Albert Hall with a guided tour with Afternoon Tea
River Thames Sightseeing Cruise
Free time in London

Cromwell Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London
The hotel is at the centre of one of the capital’s most luxurious areas; South Kensington. Positioned in one of the most beautiful parts of London with easy access to many of the city’s notable visitor attractions.

All bedrooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities with television and hairdryer.


Single supplement: £40 on the first 4 singles within our allocation

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