Sports fans in London will love touring Stamford Bridge, home of the Chelsea Football Club. Venture behind the scenes on this fully guided tour of one of the world’s best football (soccer) teams, including access to areas usually reserved for players and officials. Your admission ticket to the stadium includes entry to the Chelsea Museum to learn more about the history of these Premier League champions.
Get the most out of London on this full-day tour, which hits the best of the English capital — you can't book this Viator Exclusive anywhere else. Visit St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London, watch the Changing of the Guard, and be led through the British Museum. Learn about the history of London and the sights you visit, and end the day with a much better understanding of the English metropolis. Numbers are limited to 15, ensuring a small-group experience.
Adventure and Historic tours of Auchinleck Estate through Gorges, Woods and Tracks suitable for all ages from 10yrs and over. Great coffee shop/ restaurant in Boswells Coach House, walks and dog friendly.
Two day winter skills group course based in Fort William. Join a group to learn the basic winter walking skills you need to start getting out in the mountains in winter on your own. You will cover core skills such as what to wear and how to wear it, how to use your winter boots, ice axe and crampon use, avalanche awareness, navigation and emergency response.
Golf in Scotland on the the world famous Old Course St Andrews where the game began over 600 years ago and two other championship courses. Stay three nights at Deveron House, a fine old Georgian Town House built in the early 1800s offering a unique blend of modern comfort and traditional Scottish hospitality. Golf on the Old Course with famous 17th Road Hole followed by the magnificent walk over the Swilken Bridge and up through the Valley of Sin, you can almost hear the applause! Golf on the New or Jubilee Courses parallel to the Old Course and Kittocks with stunning views over the North Sea and St Andrews Town. The tour includes: 3 nights bed and breakfast (sharing twin or double rooms), three rounds of championship golf with pre-booked tee times and transfers to/from your accommodation to the gold course, welcome cocktail with your guide who will recommend places of interest in St Andrews and Edinburgh.
Reserved seats on Eurostar, enjoy a boat cruise on the River Seine, you will received a one day travel card for zones 1–3, including a map of Paris. Standard Premier (optional extra) includes a light meal and drinks served at your seat
Hop on the Eurostar from London and escape to Paris for unforgettable day in the City of Lights. First, marvel at the Arc de Triomphe, stroll down the glamorous Champs–Elysees and take in the views from the Trocadero on a walking tour of Paris. Next, enjoy an unforgettable 2-course lunch as you gaze out over the city from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower. Finally, get up close to priceless artworks, including the legendary Mona Lisa, at the Louvre.
Enjoy a day trip to Paris with reserved Eurostar seats. Included is an open top bus tour, Metro ticket and a walking map of Paris. Standard Premier (optional extra) includes a light meal and drinks served at your seat
Get reserved seating on Eurostar and experience a fully guided tour of Paris with a river cruise on the Seine. Then visit the Louvre museum and get entry to the Eiffel Tower (2nd Floor) before returning back on the Eurostar. Standard Premier (optional extra) includes a light meal and drinks served at your seat
This tour takes you through one of London’s most pleasant areas. The area is home to the Royal Opera House and London’s oldest theatre; and the famous piazza, which hasn’t changed for three centuries, is where Miss Doolittle sings at the start of My Fair Lady. Lots to see and talk about.
This tour takes you through one of London's most picturesque villages. Famous for inspiring some of Charles Dickens' most famous works, its atmospheric Victorian cemetery and being the quaint habitat for celebrities historical and present.
This tour takes you through one of London’s most iconic, vibrant districts. For centuries it's been the center of so much, the literary scene, the film making scene, the French quarter, the royal quarter, of course the bohemian cafe quarter, and the area where many of the great British bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones started their careers. You’ll hear stories that include an 8 year old Mozart writing his first symphony to distract himself from the sound of London traffic, drunken poets losing famous manuscripts in pubs, Logie Baird's first public demonstration of a television and much more.