Explore London without traffic jams, crowded tube stations or tired feet.
Cycle through the Royal parks and see some of the most famous places and iconic buildings of the world.
The ultimate London experience.
Our journey starts at the entrance to the beautiful Kensington gardens. We´ll stop at Kensington Palace where Queen Victoria was born and raised and where Princess Diana lived until her tragic death. Further down the road we have a chance to see the most classic venue in London, The Royal Albert Hall, feel free to do your own "Last night of the proms" or lay back and listen to a story of ours. We follow the fabulous Hyde Park to the statue of one of the greatest British heroes of all time, the man who put and end to 20 years of war when defeating Napoleon in a famous battle. Do you know this mans name and the place for the battle you´ll be our hero of the day. We continue along Green Park to the official residence of the Royal family, Buckingham Palace, 775 rooms, now that's a Palace. Who knows..maybe we´ll be invited for a cup of tea? Next stop Trafalgar square, one of the most famous places in the world. Whatever happened to Lord Nelson, and where have all the pigeons that used to live here gone? If you know this, please tell us, because that´s what this little trip is about, more of a chat than a lecture and a lot of yeardropping. From here we take a stroll down to the political heart of London, Whitehall and The Houses of Parliament. Nearby Westminster Abbey may be the highlight for you on this tour if you like coronations and Royal Weddings. If you prefer some good old torture you can pay some extra attention on Parliament square (if horror isn´t your thing we suggest 2 minutes for selfies at Big Ben, the London landmark number 1. The perfect final before we cycle back to our meeting point who is also the end of the line. But please don´t rush off without challenging us with any questions you may have about museums, markets, shopping, sport or other attractions in this great city. Hope to see you soon! Ola and colleagues