Bicycle Tour in and around Windsor by the River Thames with guide

Walking & Biking Tours in The West End

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from$32.12
5 out of 5

Tour description provided by Viator

Discover the elegant town of Windsor and Eton along the beautiful riverside with your friendly but professional local guide. This tour is suitable for friends, couples or for the whole family since the guide can attach a baby carrier to her bike if needed suitable for children between 2-5. Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, and its the Queen of England’s weekend residence. It is very easy to get to from London with direct train, where your guide will meet you or if you are staying in a hotel she will meet you at your hotel. The tour around the scenic Thames Valley is a flat and largely traffic-free route, through bike tracks. There will be plenty of time to stop and soak up the atmosphere with either a shorter route or upon request a longer route with a stop at Dorney Court Tudor Mansion. The tour finishes back in Windsor. Since this is a private tour your guide will adjust the distance and pace to your preferences.
The unique town of Windsor began as a Saxon village in the middle ages. After the Saxons founded the settlement it grew into a town because of its advantageous position by a river. Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world.You will ride on the river Thames, the perfect destination for a gentle bike tour. It is very easy to get to from London with direct train route to Windsor & Eton Riverside station, where your guide will meet you. The bike tour around the scenic Thames Valley is a flat and largely traffic-free 8 miles (13km) through country lanes and designated bike tracks. There will be plenty of time to stop and soak up the atmosphere with a stop at Dorney Court Tudor Mansion. The tour finishes back in central Windsor, a short walk from the castle, the towns various shopping & eating destinations or trains stations for your return to London. On this river tour you will stop at the historic Dorney Court, a Tudor mansion on route, with a selection of teas & homemade cakes available. Dating from 1440 it is a fine example of early Tudor architecture. Trains running often from London, with about 25 minutes duration train journey.

What’s included

  • bicycles and tour guide

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
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