The Best Way to See Royalty Landmarks
“Once the hunting land and pleasure gardens of the English monarchy, today the Royal Parks comprise nearly 5,000 acres of open parkland in and around London. Enjoy the ancient trees, flower-filled meadows and relaxing green spaces. A number of the parks are even home to large herds of deer!” ~ Visit Britain
London’s Royalty Landmarks Bike Tour
An extensive tour into the British royalty, this cycling tour (which can be booked here) is the perfect alternative to walking! A half-day fun tour which includes all the famous Royal Parks and Palaces, as well as plenty historical data and updates on current Royal events.
A sure active way to tour London’s royalty landmarks and effortlessly explore the beautiful Royal Parks of Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park, and St. James’s Park. Tours are taken on state of the art California ‘beach cruiser’ bicycles that are named after famous British personalities. Will you choose Winston Churchill, William Wallace or even David Beckham? The motto is: see more, less effort and more fun!
The expert guide will lead you through London and its past centuries with the right mix of history, anecdotes, and humour.
About the Royal Parks
Hyde Park makes a great spot for a picnic, cycling or boating and all kinds of open air festivals and concerts are held there each year.
St James’s Park stretches all the way to Whitehall in a long green avenue of trees, parkland and the glittering expanse of St James’s Park Lake. It’s surrounded by a host of famous locations, from Horse Guards Parade to Buckingham Palace. Don’t miss its resident pelicans, herons and inquisitive squirrels.
Green Park is most easily recognised by its grand avenues of towering plane trees. In summer it’s full of people enjoying the weather and reclining on deckchairs, while in autumn it’s an atmospheric sea of brightly coloured leaves.
Kensington Gardens is a tranquil Royal Park in West London. Fans of TV drama series Downton Abbey will also recognise the Albert Memorial as one of the locations used in the programme.