• Skip to main content
  • Skip to primary sidebar


London Tour Videos

Browse the latest videos of Joolz's adventures around London.

Videos by Location

Along the river thames, east london, fleet st & the city, london bridge, north london, northwest london, south london, strand and whitehall, west end & soho, west london, west london & mayfair, latest videos.

Hackney Central to London Fields

Hackney Central to London Fields


Bloomin’ Brilliant Barking

St Albans

Joolzy’s Christmas Jamboree 2023


West Mayfair

A Magnificent Meander Through Maida Vale

A Magnificent Meander Through Maida Vale

Primrose Hill to Holland Park with Fortnum & Mason Tea and V & A Museum

Primrose Hill to Holland Park with Fortnum & Mason Tea and V & A Museum



Wonderful Walthamstow

Wonderful Walthamstow


Swiss Cottage

Forest Hill and Sydenham Walk

Forest Hill and Sydenham

Black Georgian Londoners

Black Georgian Londoners

Limehouse and Isle of Dogs

Limehouse and Isle of Dogs

Holloway, Highbury, Arsenal and Finsbury Park

Holloway, Highbury, Arsenal and Finsbury Park

Shepherd’s Bush London Walk

Shepherd’s Bush London Walk

How to Make and Eat Cheese in London

How to Make and Eat Cheese in London

St. John’s Wood

St. John’s Wood


Surrey Quays to Rotherhithe

Hackney Wick and Victoria Park

Hackney Wick and Victoria Park

  • Next »

Visit London Taxi Tours

21 of the Best Free Virtual Tours of London

play button

We have put together a list of 21 one of the best virtual tours of London. And best of all, these virtual tours are free and interactive.

London’s best virtual tours.

As you may already have noticed, 2020 isn’t the best year to be planning your sight seeing tours of pretty much anywhere. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the sights and sounds of great destinations such as London. In fact, London can be discovered through a great selection of online virtual tours.  So now you can  enjoy  your culture fix from wherever you are in the world.

Here at Visit London Taxi Tours, we know a thing or two about the best things to see and do in our great city. So, we’ve put together a list of  21 one of the best virtual tours of London that can be found online . And best of all, these virtual tours are free and interactive. And while they are virtual tours do not think you are being short changed. The close up views of the magnificent art covering the domed ceiling of the Painted Hall, for example, the nooks and crannies of the Tower of London, going behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum, they really are all rather special.

We’ve grouped the list into cultural (museums and music), landmarks (palaces, cathedrals and political locations) and general sightseeing. We hope you enjoy!

Cultural locations

London is world renowned as an incredible place to check out the arts and music, with some thing for everyone across the many museums in the city. During the Coronavirus shutdown, you can still visit some of these famous locations.

The Natural History Museum

One of the most popular museums in London, you can discover dinosaur fossils and some of the world’s most remarkable creatures. There is a lot to see and do on this virtual tour (just like in the real museum), with live interactive talks twice a week,a tour with Sir Richard Attenborough and the chance to browse the images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards.

The Natural History Museum Virtual Tour

Natural HIstory Museum Virtual Tour list at Visit London Taxi Tours (london Partners photo)

The British Museum

Home to many treasures of the world, the British Museum is vast and really does reward multiple visits. So even if you’ve been before, you’ll be able to discover evenmore with the British Museum’s virtual tour. Discover ancient civilizations,art and fascinating insights into history.

  The British Museum Virtual Tour

The British Museum Virtual Tour  on the Visit London Taxi Tours Virtual Tour List.  photo London partners

Museum of London & London Docklands

London’s history has been moulded by many influences, and in turn, she has influenced so many. The Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands showcase the unique history of the city, from the Romans to Jack the Ripper, to the modern era.

The Museum of London Docklands Virtual Tour

The National Gallery

One of the world’s finest collections of classical and contemporary art, the National Gallery is a Mecca for art lovers. Like so many museums on this list, a real life visit can be overwhelming, with so much to see. The virtual tour of the National Gallery is perfect for those who like to enjoy both the master pieces and the building too.

The National Gallery Virtual Tour

The National Gallery Virtual Tour on the  Visit Londn Taxi Tour best tour list

The Courtauld Gallery

With a focus on the history of art, this virtual stroll tour is another must see for fans of classic art. As well as a look at the works on display, there are also live talks and performances and video lectures.

 The Courtauld Gallery

Brick Lane Music Hall

A uniquely London experience, the Brick Lane Music Hall is a traditional venue in East London. Regularly showcasing traditional music and East London (aka Cockney) culture, you can still get a glimpse of all this with their 3D virtual tour.

 Brick Lane Music Hall Virtual Tour

Screen Shot of the Brick Lane Virtual Tour for the best virtual tour list on Visit London Taxi Tours

The Royal Academy

Another world class art gallery, the Royal Academy regularly hosts some of the world’s best known works of art. Their current collection (as of May 2020) is Picasso and Paper, featuring sketches and paintings by Picasso. But if you can wait they re-open on May 18th 2021

The Royal Academy Virtual Tour

The Royal Academy Virtual Tour

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The reconstructed theatre on the banks of the Thames offers tours and regular theatre performances. The virtual tour currently available includes both a look around the theatre and also archived theatre and musical performances. We wonder what Shakespeare would have thought of a virtual tour of the Globe Theatre? We think he would have approved. If you loved it, you can also donate, helping this wonderful charity recover from a challenging year.

Shakespeare's Globe Virtual Tour

video tour in london

Royal Albert Hall

Probably the most prestigious concert venue in London, the Royal Albert Hall has played host to greats from Elton John to the Rolling Stones. The virtual tour allows you to marvel at the grandeur of this iconic venue. There are also concerts streamed by well known bands and musicians to check out on their site.

The Royal Albert Hall Virtual Tour

London Landmarks

Any sightseeing tour to London will be a very busy occasion, because there is just so much to see! London is certainly blessed with landmarks, but with a virtual tour you can enjoy them at your leisure (and without needing to travel back and forth across town).

The Houses of Parliament

Perhaps the most iconic of London’s landmarks, the Houses of Parliament are most recognisable thanks to Big Ben. This tour doesn’t include Big Ben, but does offer a fascinating walk around the halls of Power in the UK. The artwork that hangs in every room is just a wonder in its own right.

The Houses of Parliament Virtual Tour

Westminster Abbey

Staying in Parliament Square, visitors can explore this incredible building and some of it’s famous features. These include the Coronation Chair, the tomb of St Edward the Confessor and the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. You’ll also find podcasts featuring religious services on the site too. One of our most favorite virtual tours, it's like popping into a time machine.

Westminster Abbey Virtual Tour

video tour in london

The Tower of London

Rich in history and definitely one of the must visit landmarks in this city packed full of unmissable landmarks, the Tower of London is a fascinating place. Home to the crown jewels and with plenty of incredible stories attached to it, the Tower of London’s history is as rich and varied as the city itself.

You’ll find several options for virtual tours including: The Tower of London Grounds Virtual Tour

Churchill War Rooms

 The nerve centre of the British government during WW2, the Churchill War Rooms looks at the British war effort and the history of Winston Churchill himself.

 The Churchill Rooms Virtual Tour

Churchill War Rooms Virtual Tour

10 Downing Street

The residence of the UK’s Prime Minister is off limits to visitors, but with this tour you can get a great look inside. Check out the PM’s office, the Cabinet Room and thereception. Unfortunately you don’t get to meet Larry the cat…

10 Downing Street Virtual Tour

picture of 10 Downing street for Virtual tour

The Painted Hall at the Royal Naval College

A stunningly beautiful building as part of the Royal Naval College in Greenwich, the Painted Hall never fails to impress. With the virtual tour, you can appreciate the scale and grandeur of this magnificent building and the close of the art work is breathtaking.

The Painted Hall at the Royal Naval College Virtual Tour

The Painted Hall at the Royal Naval College Virtual Tour image

Hampton Court Palace

London isn’t short of impressive palaces, and arguably this is the most impressive of them all. Hampton Court is located 12 miles south west from the city of London, andis an excellent example of Tudor architecture. Once the seat of royalty in Britain, today it’s a beautiful place to visit and explore, with their virtual tour offering plenty of insight.

Hampton Court Palace Virtual Tour

Windsor Castle

The current tour, like Buckingham Palace has been removed while the Royal family mourn the sad loss of the Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip). However, we have left the link up as we feel confident the virtual tour of Windsor Castle will return.

Another impressive Palace, the Queen’s ‘other’ digs are rich in history and full of amazing artworks. The tour features walkthroughs and video guides so you can appreciate the grandeur of this spectacular landmark, including the Crimson Drawing Rooms and the Semi State Room.

Windsor Castle Virtual Tour

Windsor Castle image for virtual  tour

London’s highlights

This tour allows you to take in all of the landmarks of the London skyline with some panoramic views from across the city. Check out the view from the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral and Harrods, among many others.

 London’s highlights and Landmarks Virtual Tour

aerial view of London for London’s highlights virtual tour, photo by london partners

London’s Bridges by Night

Our London by Night Taxi Tour is one of our most popular tours and a stop on a famous London bridge, with a twinkling view down the River Thames is a wow moment for many of our guests. Well, while that is on hold how about seeing the bright lights of the city on a virtual riverside walk. With 360 degree views, it’s just like actually being there!

London’s Bridges by Night Virtual Tour

image of tower bridge at night for virtual tour of bridges

Beyond Virtual Tours of London…

With the current COVID-19 pandemic affecting travel across the world, a visit to London might have to wait for now. But, if you’re wondering how best to do sightseeing and maintain social distancing, our taxi tours could be the answer. In fact we think our private taxi tours will be very popular as people look for options to take them away from crowds. And of course, in this post COVID world our taxis will be fully sanitised after every tour and we will be following all Public Health England advice to keep our guests protected.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to our fantastic city. But in the meantime, we hope these tours give you plenty of reasons to come back when it is safe to do so.

Some photography made available by London Partners.

We have a number of private taxi tours that range from the traditional to the unusual, standard to unique, a  private tour designed just for you, friends and family. We are here to help you maximise the time you spend in London, what you get to see  and the fun you have. And you get to do all of this in an iconic London black taxi with a London taxi driver tour guide — this will be a local who is passionate and knowledgeable about our city’s history, buildings, places, and people.

Social media.

taxi badge

Our Taxi's are wheelchair accessible


We have been awarded the industry standard kite mark by Visit England. Read our COVID-19 policy here . Read our news articles below for more information and videos.

Photography attribution from london & partners.

Visit London Taxi Tours

© Visit London Taxi Tours 2024

  • Cinque Terre & Portofino
  • Loire and Dordogne
  • Normandy-Alsace-Lyon
  • Carcassonne
  • Interlaken - Jungfrau - Shilthorn
  • Lugano & Locarno
  • United Kingdom
  • Netherlands
  • Oslo-Bergen
  • Saint Petersburg
  • Boston, Philadelphia, Washington
  • Brazil & Argentina
  • Thailand-Cambodia
  • Nile Cruise
  • Videos about tours
  • YouTube Playlists
  • walking tours
  • hotel contacts
  • interview with Dennis


Westminster Abbey

The BEST Full Day London Tours

Book london in a day tours, day trips to stonehenge & windsor castle, and more.

7 Tours Found

Price - Lowest First

Price - Highest First

Most reviewed

Most Popular

London in a Day Tour with Westminster Abbey and Tower of London

Explore Buckingham Palace, see the Crown Jewels, take a river cruise on the Thames, and more!

Small Group Day Tour of Bath, Windsor Castle, and Stonehenge from London

Explore the rich history of England with an ultimate historic experience covering three iconic sites

Private London in a Day Tour

Discover London's deep history at Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, and the Changing of the Guard

Harry Potter Studio & Oxford from London: Magic Behind the Scenes

Roam the streets of Oxford, visit Hogwarts Castle, and hop aboard the Hogwarts Express!

From London: Warner Bros Studios & Walking Tour of Oxford in a Small Group

Step into the magical world of Harry Potter and immerse yourself in a historic university city

Semi-Private Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter

Discover the cinematic sorcery behind the world’s most famous wizard in this fully guided tour

Windsor, Stonehenge, & Bath Full-Day Tour with Lacock Pub Lunch from London

Enjoy coach travel, early entry to Windsor Castle, and a pub lunch on this action-packed day trip

Things to do in London

Westminster Abbey Tours | Changing of the Guard Tours | Private London Tours | Windsor Castle Tours | Harry Potter Tours | Stonehenge from London | Buckingham Palace Tours | Tower of London Tours | London Food Tours | Day Trips from London | Half Day London Tours | Full Day London Tours

All Destinations

Rome Tours | Venice Tours | Florence Tours | Pisa Tours | Tuscany Tour s | Cinque Terre | Siena Tours | San Gimignano Tours | Amalfi Coast Tours | Capri Tours | Positano Tours | Prague Tours | Amalfi Town Tours | Sorrento Tours | Pompeii Tours | Cinque Terre Tours | Dubrovnik Tours | Split Tours | Bath Tours | London Tours | Normandy Tours | Paris Tours | Versailles Tours | Athens Tours | Reykjavik Tours | Dublin Tours | Jerusalem Tours | Milan Tours | Lake Como Tours | Naples Tours | Palermo Tours | Alberobello Tours | Matera Tours | Polignano a Mare Tours | Taormina Tours | Sicily Tours | Krakow Tours | Barcelona Tours | Granada Tours | Madrid Tours | Segovia Tours | Toledo Tours | Amsterdam Tours | Istanbul Tours | Boston Tours | Las Vegas Tours | New York City (NYC) Tours | San Francisco Tours | Napa Valley Tours | Yosemite Tours | Phoenix Tours


Most Popular Tours

Rome in a day tour with colosseum and vatican museums.

Explore the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and more!

Ultimate Palace of Versailles Tour from Paris

Breeze past the lines for the palace and gardens with a friendly English speaking guide

Special Access Colosseum Arena Floor Tour through the Gladiator's Gate

Walk in the footsteps of gladiators on the Colosseum floor and see the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Privileged Entrance Vatican Tour with Sistine Chapel

Skip the line and gain direct access to the Raphael Rooms, Creation of Man, and St. Peter's Basilica

St. Mark’s Basilica & Doge’s Palace Half-Day Tour with Gondola Ride

Explore St. Mark's Square's most iconic attractions with skip-the-line tickets and an expert guide

Secrets of the Louvre Museum Tour with Mona Lisa

Get to know Venus de Milo, Liberty Leading the People, and Napoleon's Coronation like never before

Ultimate Venice in a Day with Murano and Burano

Do more in a day: St. Mark's, Doge's Palace, glassblowing and lacemaking demos, and a gondola ride

This is a image related to the subscription discounts

Subscribe for New tours

All our destinations.

Soccer Set to Tour London, Barcelona

BOULDER —  Colorado soccer will depart on Friday for a 10-day trip, including stops in London and Barcelona. During the trip, the team will play three matches against local teams.   The Buffaloes will depart from Denver on May 10 and travel overnight to London to start the trip. The team will spend the first half of the trip in London before leaving for Barcelona on May 15.   The 2023 roster will be on the trip, along with new transfers this semester, Sami Fisher and Laura Gouvin, and incoming freshman Jace Holley. Last fall's Soccer Ball fundraiser heavily funded the trip.   "I want to thank our donors and supporters for their generosity in making this trip happen," head coach Danny Sanchez expressed. "These trips every four years are important as we continually build our team culture. We are going to two passionate and storied soccer countries, and we can't wait to see all they have to offer."   While in London, the Buffaloes will have the opportunity to explore the city and visit Piccadilly Circus, the London Eye, Tate Modern Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge. Stops in Barcelona include Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Las Ramblas and Tossa De Mar.   The Buffaloes will also attend two professional matches - one in each city. The team will head to North London to watch Manchester City play Tottenham and FC Barcelona vs. Rayo Vallecano at Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.   NCAA programs are allowed to take foreign trips once every four years. This tour marks the soccer program's third foreign trip in the last 11 years, the first to Spain in 2015 and then to France in 2019.   The team will author a blog for CUBuffs.com throughout the trip. Fans can also follow along on Instagram and Twitter at @CUBuffsSoccer.    

Related News & Videos

Pac-12 email registration.

Log In   0 The website uses cookies for functionality and the collection of anonymised analytics data. We do not set cookies for marketing or advertising purposes. By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies and our privacy policy . We're sorry, but you cannot use our site without agreeing to our cookie usage and privacy policy . You can change your mind and continue to use our site by clicking the button below. This confirms that you accept our cookie usage and privacy policy.

Free English Lessons

Tour of london in english – video.

Download PDF

Tour of London thumbnail

In this lesson, you’ll go on a tour of London in English.

Have you been to london before if so, what did you do if not, what would you most like to see, in this lesson, you’ll go on a tour of london. you’ll learn useful language to deal with common tourist situations, like buying tickets , going to museums or talking to taxi drivers., quiz: tour of london in english.

Now, test your knowledge of what you learned in the lesson by trying this quiz.

You will get your score at the end, when you can click on ‘View Questions’ to see all the correct answers.

Quiz Summary

0 of 20 Questions completed


You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.

Quiz is loading…

You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.

You must first complete the following:

0 of 20 Questions answered correctly

Time has elapsed

You have reached 0 of 0 point(s), ( 0 )

Earned Point(s): 0 of 0 , ( 0 ) 0 Essay(s) Pending (Possible Point(s): 0 )

  • Not categorized 0%

Well done! You got more than half the questions right. Keep practising, and if you’re visiting London soon, we hope it’s blinding!

Excellent! You’ve learned the language from this lesson really well. Check the questions you didn’t get right and, if you’re off to London soon, we hope it’s an absolutely blinding trip!

Top marks, well done. You certainly know your way around the language of London, and if you’re visiting soon, have a blinding trip!

1 . Question

Rearrange the highlighted letters to find three London landmarks:

The ushoes of Parliament = The of Parliament The retow of London = The of London St Paul’s cheatlard = St Paul’s

2 . Question

Match the two parts of these London landmarks:

Sort elements

3 . question.

Write the five-letter word to complete this question which you might ask before you get on a tour bus:

Could you tell me more about the and the things we’ll see along the way?

4 . Question

Which is the correct question to ask about the duration of a tour on a bus?

  • How long does it take?
  • How long does it have?
  • How long does it come?
  • How long does it make?

5 . Question

Rearrange the words into the correct order to form a question you might ask at a museum:

View Answers:

6 . Question

Write two five-letter words in the gap for something you might use on a tour bus.

There’s an to listen to as you go round.

7 . Question

Which expression refers to a tour bus that you can use to do the journey in sections as many times as you like during the duration of the ticket?

  • hop-on/hop-off
  • hop-up/hop-down
  • hop-in/hop-out
  • hop-forward/hop-back

8 . Question

Write a two-letter word to complete the question which you might ask at the cinema:

What films are at the moment?

9 . Question

Which of these things would you expect to see at a museum? Choose one option.

  • an exhibition

10 . Question

Which of these questions could you ask at a hotel? Choose as many as you think are right.

  • What kind of rooms are available?
  • What type of rooms are available?
  • What sort of rooms are available?
  • What genre of rooms are available?

11 . Question

Write the four-letter word that could replace the highlighted word in the question:

Excuse me, do you accept euros? Excuse me, do you euros?

12 . Question

Write two words (4 and 6 letters) for cheap tickets that you might buy immediately before a theatre show starts.

Let’s see if there are any – tickets for a show this evening.

13 . Question

What seven-letter word is a play at the theatre (or a film at the cinema) that contains singing and dancing?

14 . Question

A matinee is a theatre performance that normally takes place at what time of day?

  • First thing in the morning
  • The afternoon
  • Late in the evening
  • The middle of the night

15 . Question

Which words refer to parts of a theatre? Choose as many as you think are right.

16 . Question

What is the informal question tag, used at the end of sentences in London slang?

  • The weather looks nice, innit?
  • The weather looks nice, izzit?
  • The weather looks nice, arnit?
  • The weather looks nice, avvit?

17 . Question

‘Blinding’ and ‘dodgy’ are slang words that mean opposite things. Write one of them in the gap, so that it makes sense in the context:

I wouldn’t go south of the river if I were you – it’s right down there.

18 . Question

Which London slang expression means that something is really annoying?

  • This really does my nut.
  • This really does my peach.
  • This really does my biscuit.
  • This really does my head.

19 . Question

‘The old bill’ refers to Londoners who work in which profession?

  • The health service
  • The government
  • The fire brigade

20 . Question

Complete the four-letter slang name for pounds, which you might be asked to pay in a London taxi:

That’ll be ten q !

1. A Bus Tour of London in English

Tour of London in English - bus

Gina: Hi, good morning.

Olivier: Hi. Can I help?

G: My friends and I are thinking of doing your bus tour tomorrow. Could you tell me more about the route and where we’ll go?

O: Actually, we offer many different routes. Is there anything in particular you’d like to see?

G: Well, I think we want the classic London experience: Big Ben, the Tower of London, and so on.

O: In that case I’d recommend our original route. It starts and ends at Grosvenor Gardens, just near Buckingham Palace. You’ll cross the river by the Houses of Parliament, then back again near the London Eye. You’ll also go past the Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, and several other London landmarks.

G: That sounds good. How long does it take?

O: The whole route takes about two hours, but it’s a hop on-hop off tour, so you can get off wherever you want.

G: And how much are tickets?

O: If you book online, they’re 25 pounds each, or 35 if you buy from the driver.

G: Do you do any kind of group discount?

O: We offer a family ticket, which includes two adults and two children.

G: I’m travelling with friends, so I guess that’s no good. I just have one more question: is there a guide, or an audio guide?

O: There’s a live guide, who speaks English. If any of your group want a tour in another language, we have audio guides available in 11 different languages at no extra cost.

G: That sounds great. Thanks for your help!

First question for our tour of London in English: can you name five famous London landmarks? If you don’t know, ‘ landmarks ’ means famous places. For example, the Eiffel Tower is possibly the best-known Paris landmark. So, can you name five London landmarks? You heard several examples in the dialogue. Here are the examples you heard before: Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral. You could mention others, like Marble Arch, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park, or famous football stadia like The Emirates or Wembley.

In the dialogue, I was asking questions about a bus tour of the city. Can you remember any of the questions I asked? You heard:

  • Could you tell me more about the route and where we’ll go?
  • How much are tickets?
  • Do you do any kind of group discount?
  • Is there a guide, or an audio guide?

You could ask these questions in many common travel situations; they aren’t only useful when booking a bus tour of London in English! For example, you could make questions like this:

  • Could you tell me more about the tour, and what’s included?
  • How much is the transport?
  • Do you do any kind of students’ discount?

The bus tour we were talking about is ‘hop on/hop off’. This means you can get off the bus to visit places on the way, and then get back on another bus later.

Let’s make our first stop on our tour of London, and go to one of London’s famous museums.  

2. Going to a Museum

Tour of London in English - British Museum image

Olivier: Good morning, welcome to the Tate Modern.

Gina: Good morning. I’d like four tickets please.

O: Actually, general admission to the Tate modern is free; you just have to pay separately for the exhibitions.

G: Oh… Great! I didn’t realise that. What do you have on at the moment?

O: We have a wonderful Picasso exhibition, which I’d highly recommend. We also have exhibitions by Franz West and Dorothea Tanning.

G: I’d love to see the Picasso exhibition. How much are the tickets?

O: They’re eighteen pounds for adults and five pounds for children under 18.

G: We also have a 7-year-old with us. Do we need a ticket for him?

O: No, under-12s get in free.

G: OK, so two adults and one child then, please.

O: What time would you like the ticket for?

G: Excuse me?

O: With exhibitions, especially popular ones like the Picasso, your ticket is for a specific time. There’s a 30-minute slot, and you have to enter the exhibition hall within that time.

G: You mean, I only get 30 minutes to look around?! That’s not long enough!

O: No, no! You can stay as long as you like; it just regulates when you can go in.

G: I see! In that case, what times are available?

O: Well, it’s 10.45 now. I could give you tickets for the eleven to eleven-thirty entrance slot.

G: That’s fine.

O: That’s £36, please.

G: Do you take euros?

O: I’m afraid not.

G: I’ll pay by card, then.

Do you like going to art galleries or museums? Which London museums have you heard of? The Tate Modern, which you heard about in the dialogue, is a famous modern art museum. There are many other well-known London museums, such as the British Museum, the National Gallery, or the Natural History Museum. For now, let’s look at some useful language from the dialogue in our tour of London in English.

Near the beginning, you heard this question: ‘What do you have on at the moment?’ Do you know what this means? ‘On’ refers to an event, performance, or exhibition which is happening now. You can use it in different situations; for example, at the cinema, at the theatre, or in a museum:

  • What films are on at the moment?
  • At the theatre: ‘Are there any good plays on?
  • There’s a really interesting exhibition on at the Science Museum.

You also heard some more useful questions related to buying tickets; for example:

  • Do we need a ticket for him?
  • What times are available?
  • Do you take euros?

Like much of the language in this lesson, you can adapt these for different situations, like this:

  • Do we need a ticket for my son?
  • Do you take dollars?

3. Buying Theatre Tickets

Tour of London in English - theatre image

Olivier: Hi, how can I help you?

Gina: Hello! We haven’t planned this very well, but we decided this morning we wanted to see a show while we are here, and thought it might be possible to get some cheap last-minute tickets.

O: Any idea of what you want to see?

G: No, I don’t even know what’s on right now, actually.

O: Well, were you thinking a musical, or a play?

G: I think… a musical. It’ll be more fun for the kids.

O: Here, take a look at this. These are the musicals we have on at the moment.

G: I really don’t know. Can you recommend something?

O: How old are your children?

G: Five and nine.

O: I think the Lion King would be perfect. It’s one of our longest running shows, and it’s good fun.

G: That sounds perfect! How much are the tickets?

O: Well, first of all, what time would you like to go? We have matinee and evening tickets available. The matinee tickets are slightly cheaper.

G: What time is the matinee?

O: It’s at two-thirty, so in about an hour. The evening performance is at seven-thirty.

G: Two-thirty is too soon. I guess it’ll have to be the evening.

O: OK, evening it is. The second question is: where would you like to sit? You can choose from stalls, Royal Circle or Grand Circle. Take a look at this seating plan.

G: Hmm… We’re kind of on a budget. Which tickets are the cheapest?

O: You could sit in the Grand Circle, near the back. We have four seats together, just here. [point to imaginary screen]

G: How much would they be?

O: Normally, they’re eighty pounds each, but because it’s last minute, they’re down to forty-five.

G: Is it cheaper for children?

O: No, I’m afraid not. All tickets are the same price.

G: Alright, I guess we won’t get another chance anytime soon. I’ll take them!

Look at five words and phrases which you heard in the dialogue. They’re all connected with going to the theatre.

  • last-minute tickets

Do you know what these words mean? How would you explain the meaning?

If you’re on a budget, you might want to look for ‘last-minute tickets’. You buy last-minute tickets close to the time of the show you want to see. Last-minute tickets are often cheaper. You can use ‘last-minute’ to talk about other things as well; for example: ‘last-minute plane tickets’, or ‘a last-minute hotel booking’.

Learn more with this Oxford Online English lesson: Hotel English .

A ‘musical’ is a play—or a film—which includes songs and dancing routines. Can you think of any other famous musicals?

A ‘matinee’ is a performance which starts earlier in the day, usually in the afternoon. You can also use the word ‘matinee’ to talk about films at the cinema.

A typical theatre has two types of seating: ‘stalls’ and ‘circle’. The stalls are the seats in front of the stage, and at the same level. The circle is higher and further back, so seats in the circle tend to be cheaper.

Now, you’ve been on a tour of London all day, and you’re feeling tired. It’s time to talk about transport . Let’s jump in a taxi and go back to your hotel.

4. Taking a Taxi

Tour of London in English - taxi

Olivier: Where to?

Gina: Excuse me?

O: Where are you going?

G: Oh, sorry. Trafalgar Square, please. Do you know how much it will be?

O: It’s all on the meter, but should be around £25.

G: OK, that’s fine. How’s your day going?

O: Typical Saturday, innit? Very busy, but can’t complain. Are you just here visiting?

G: Yes, I’m from the US. Are you from London originally?

O: Yep. Proper Londoner. Born and bred here.

G: So, you like it here?

O: It’s a blinding place to live.

G: Oh, right.

O: Obviously there a few places that are a little dodgy, but I think you get that in any big city.

G: Of course.

O: I mean, it just does my nut when people talk about how dangerous London has become.

G: Well… Yes…

O: I mean you’ve got to say the old bill do a good job around here.

G: The old who?

O: The old bill. That’s what we call the police here.

G: Ah… actually could you drop me off here? I’d like to walk down The Mall.

O: Yeah, no problem. That’s 25 quid please.

If you didn’t understand all of that, don’t worry. We included some colloquial words and phrases that are typical in London, and you might hear when you go on a tour of London in English.

  • does my nut

Have you heard any of these before? ‘Innit’ is used instead of question tags like ‘are you?’ or ‘doesn’t it?’ For example, instead of ‘The weather looks nice, doesn’t it?’ you might hear ‘The weather looks nice, innit?’ This is colloquial, and as an English learner you probably shouldn’t use it, but you might hear it in the UK.

‘Blinding’ is a slang word which means ‘very good’. On the other hand, something which is ‘dodgy’ is not good at all.

‘Dodgy’ means that something is wrong. If you describe a person as dodgy, you mean that this person shouldn’t be trusted. If you talk about a dodgy area of a city, you’re talking about an area which isn’t always safe to walk around.

If something ‘does your nut’, it annoys you. For example, you could say ‘This music really does my nut.’ Again, this is very colloquial! Use it for fun if you want, but expect people to give you some strange looks. The ‘old bill’, as you heard, are the police. This is London-specific slang.

Finally, ‘ quid ’ is another word for ‘pounds’. This is common, and you’ll probably hear it if you visit the UK. So, if something costs ten pounds, you can say that it costs ten quid instead. ‘Quid’ is too colloquial to use in writing; also, ‘quid’ doesn’t change in the plural: one quid, two quid, three quid…

Anyway, we hope you feel ready for a trip so you can take a tour of London in English! Do you have any recommendations for things to do in London? Please share your ideas in the comments! Thanks for watching!

We Offer Video Licensing and Production

Use our videos in your own materials or corporate training, videos edited to your specifications, scripts written to reflect your training needs, bulk pricing available.


More English Lessons

English vocabulary lessons.

Office Expressions - Visual Vocabulary Video

Spoken English Lessons

Ways to Disagree - Level Up Your English - Video

  • Facebook 131
  • Odnoklassniki icon Odnoklassniki 0
  • VKontakte 0
  • Pinterest 1
  • LinkedIn 22

EuroBuffs 2024

Soccer Set to Tour London, Barcelona

May 07, 2024 | Soccer

The Buffs will travel through the two cities over 10 days

By: Seth Pringle, Athletic Communications

'One Tree Hill' Star Says Travis Kelce 'Always Drunk,' Warns Taylor Swift

'One Tree Hill' Star Says Travis Kelce 'Always Drunk,' Warns Taylor Swift

Who'd You Rather?! -- Part 2

Justina Valentine vs. Chloe Bailey Who'd You Rather?! (Hot Pink Bikinis Edition)

Netflix Edited Out Kim Kardashian Getting Booed at Tom Brady Roast

Netflix Edited Out Kim Kardashian Getting Booed at Tom Brady Roast

MTV’s 'Laguna Beach’ Reunites In Nashville

'Come Clean' With MTV’s ‘Laguna Beach’ Reunion In Nashville!

Ric Flair Heated Altercation W/ Bar Employee Caught On Video, Fight Nearly Ensues

Ric Flair Heated Altercation W/ Bar Employee Caught On Video, Fight Nearly Ensues

Prince harry won't see king charles while in london, dad too busy, prince harry won't see charles while in london ... king says he's too busy.

Prince Harry is in London to celebrate a milestone for his Invictus Games foundation -- and while you'd think he might link up with family while across the pond ... you'd be wrong.

The Duke of Sussex is in his native England this week to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his signature charity org, which is going to cap off with a church service at St. Paul's Cathedral in London ... but word is, he ain't gonna get any face time with King Charles .

A rep for PH says ... "It unfortunately will not be possible due to His Majesty's full program."

They add, "The Duke of course is understanding of his father's diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon." While that might sound shocking to hear -- namely, the fact father and son won't meet at all -- it actually jibes with the facts.

The King hosted the Prime Minister of Fiji at Buckingham Palace Tuesday ... and there's gonna be a garden party he hosts on Wednesday, the same day as Harry's big event.

In other words ... it does, in fact, appear Chuck is slammed -- but still, you'd figure the King would be able to squeeze in a few minutes to chop it up with his own boy, especially amid his ongoing health battles. Remember ... the King was diagnosed with cancer this year.

We know Harry got to see Charles a few months ago when his diagnosis was first announced -- and although the trip at the time was very brief, they still saw each other .

Of course, some will read into this and assume it just speaks further to their fractured relationship ever since Meghan Markle and Harry left the Royal Family and moved to the States ... but in this instance, it genuinely seems like bad timing and a full schedule.

There's always next time ... London is just a hop and skip away from Cali (eh, ish).

  • Share on Facebook

related articles

video tour in london

King Charles Makes First Public Outing After Cancer Diagnosis

video tour in london

Prince Harry Officially Swaps Country of Residence from UK to U.S.

Old news is old news be first.

an image, when javascript is unavailable

Madonna in Rio Livestream: How to Watch the Singer’s ‘Celebration Tour’ Concert in Brazil for Free

The Queen of Pop is giving away free tickets to fans in Brazil, but for everyone else, there are a few ways to livestream Madonna's Copacabana Beach show online free.

By Tim Chan

  • Amazon ‘Pet Day’ Is Here: What to Know About the Prime Day-Style Shopping Event 4 hours ago
  • Madonna in Rio Livestream: How to Watch the Singer’s ‘Celebration Tour’ Concert in Brazil for Free 3 days ago
  • FC Barcelona vs. Real Madrid Livestream: How to Watch El Clásico 2024 Online Free 2 weeks ago

Madonna in Rio Livestream: How to Watch the Singer's 'Celebration Tour' Concert in Brazil for Free

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission.

Madonna is closing out her “ Celebration Tour ” with a historic free concert tonight in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil streaming live on Globoplay .

The aptly-named “Madonna in Rio” concert takes place live from Copacabana Beach tonight, Saturday, May 4 at 9:45 p.m. local time (8:45 p.m. ET). This is the final stop on Madonna’s world tour and The Queen of Pop is giving away free tickets to fans in Brazil, on a first-come, first-served basis. As for everyone else, there are a few ways to livestream Madonna’s Brazil show online free.

How to Watch Madonna Brazil Concert Online Free

Popular on variety.

Even better: you can get a three-day free trial to Sling right now, that will give you access to Globo and Globoplay (the TV channel’s official streaming arm). Use the free trial to livestream Madonna’s Rio concert online free without cable.

How to Watch Madonna Brazil Concert From the U.S.

Another way to get a live feed of Madonna’s final show? Use a virtual private network (VPN) and set your location to Brazil, to watch the free livestream on Globoplay. We like ExpressVPN ( from $6.67 a month ) or NordVPN ( from $3.99 a month ), which both let you watch Madonna’s Brazil concert from the U.S. and anywhere in the world.

Madonna’s Copacabana Beach concert marks the last stop on her acclaimed “Celebration Tour,” and also marks the singer’s first show in Brazil since 2012. Crews have set up a stage in front of the Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel, and local officials have said the show could bring out as many as two million fans.

While previous stops on the tour have brought out special guests like FKA Twigs, Ricky Martin and Salma Hayek, it’s not clear who — if anyone — will appear on stage with Madonna tonight. Still, expect an appearance from Bob the Drag Queen (a.k.a. Caldwell Tidicue), who has opened for Madonna on all dates of the global tour.

More From Our Brands

Everything goes to hell — and the fourth wall is broken — during ‘vanderpump rules’ season 11 finale, how this aussie winery is creating pinot noir that rivals burgundy reds, wnba on verge of league-wide charter flights for 2024 season, the best loofahs and body scrubbers, according to dermatologists, reba mcentire to star in nbc sitcom pilot from reba ep, verify it's you, please log in.


  • Search Please fill out this field.
  • Manage Your Subscription
  • Give a Gift Subscription
  • Newsletters
  • Sweepstakes
  • Entertainment

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dancer Shares Choreographed Dance to 'So Long, London' with SYTYCD Alum Audrey Case Shell

Jan Ravnik previously shared a choreographed dance to Swift's single "Fortnight"

video tour in london

Don Arnold/TAS24/Getty

A dancer on Taylor Swift ’s Eras Tour is putting his own spin on one of her newest songs.

Jan Ravnik, who performs with Swift on her record-breaking tour, choreographed an emotional dance to her song “So Long, London,” which he performed alongside So You Think You Can Dance alum Audrey Case Shell and shared to Instagram on Sunday, May 5. 

In the video, Ravnik and Shell perform in a studio against a white backdrop as the song, off Swift’s latest album The Tortured Poets Department , plays.

“This is STUNNING,” former Dancing with the Stars pro Witney Carson commented.

The new video comes after Ravnik also choreographed and performed a dance to Swift’s song “Fortnight” with Karen S. Chuang, who is also a dancer on the Eras Tour.

Ravnik announced his participation in Swift’s tour in March 2023, sharing his gratitude at being along for the ride.

“I’m beyond grateful to be part of @taylorswift Eras Tour 🙏🏼❤️ Still can’t put into words how I feel after yesterdays opening night!” he captioned a post on Instagram . “I never thought that small town boy from Slovenia could come so far, but here we are 🙋🏻‍♂️🥹#erastour”

Swift will kick off the European leg of her tour in France on May 9.

The Grammy winner, 34, is currently riding high on the success of The Tortured Poets Department , which became the first album to reach 1 billion streams in a single week on Spotify.

John Shearer/Getty

"My mind is blown. I’m completely floored by the love you’ve shown this album," she wrote on Instagram alongside a behind-the-scenes carousel of images from the recording studio. "2.6 million ARE YOU ACTUALLY SERIOUS?? Thank you for listening, streaming and welcoming Tortured Poets into your life. Feeling completely overwhelmed," she continued, referring to the reported sales figures of her most recent album.

The album is currently the biggest of her career and the biggest album of the decade so far, with 2.61 million consumption units, per reports. It marks her biggest debut week since the release of 1989 (Taylor's Version) in 2023.

Related Articles

  • International edition
  • Australia edition
  • Europe edition

Police say a 14-year-old boy was killed in a sword attack in Hainault, east London, this morning

Boy, 14, dies after ‘horrific’ sword attack in north-east London

Man arrested after attack near Hainault tube station which left four others, including two police officers, injured

  • Hainault attack – live updates

An attack by a man armed with a sword has left a 14-year-old boy dead and four others injured in east London, including two police officers who sustained serious wounds.

The Metropolitan police said the man, 36, had been arrested after they were called “to reports of a vehicle being driven into a house” in Thurlow Gardens, near Hainault underground station, shortly before 7am on Tuesday.

The man is believed to have then stabbed people during an incident lasting about 20 minutes in and around the tube station.

The Metropolitan police said the suspect was arrested after being Tasered, 22 minutes after the first 999 emergency call.

Doorbell camera captures police Tasering sword attack suspect in Hainault – video

Residents said they were woken by screams and shouts and a number of emergency vehicles rushing to the scene.

The Guardian understands police are investigating whether the suspect has a history of mental ill health.

Ch Supt Stuart Bell said: “The events of this morning are truly horrific. I cannot even begin to imagine how those affected must be feeling.”

Bell confirmed the boy died as a result of his injuries: “It is with great sadness that I confirm one of those injured in the incident, a [14-year-old] boy, has died from their injuries.

“He was taken to hospital after being stabbed and sadly died a short while after. The child’s family are being supported firstly by my local officers and now with some specialist officers.”

Bell said the injuries suffered by two police officers were “significant” and would require surgery but were not life threatening. Bell said two of the three members of the public injured were still in hospital.

He commended the “incredible bravery” of emergency service workers who rushed to the scene.

Police confirm teenage boy has died after Hainault sword attack – video

After an assessment by specialist officers, the Met said it did not believe the incident was terrorism-related and believed the suspect acted alone.

Mobile phone footage of the incident showed a casually dressed man with a long knife, resembling a sword.

The incident happened during morning rush hour and Hainault underground station was closed.

Police said they believed a vehicle was driven into a house. This was then followed by a man carrying out a series of marauding attacks with a sword, with victims selected seemingly at random.

In one street, Laing Close, a black van was visible with its front window damaged and back doors open.

One resident, from Laing Close, said she saw a man standing outside her home next to a body and brandishing a sword in front of two unarmed police officers and an ambulance.

“He was wielding his sword trying to attack the police but then they sprayed him and he ran away,” she said. “He was shouting at the police: ‘Do you believe in God?’, also at the ambulance.

“We were very scared and trying to hide and not show ourselves through the window, because he was standing right next to our house.”

Another witness said he heard shrieking before seeing a man dressed in yellow jumping over some fences at about 7am.

“I heard shouting, I heard shrieking – I thought: ‘Who would be shrieking at this time in the morning?’ The shrieking sounded like the police – you know when they are ordering someone to stop or to get on their knees or something – it was like that. It was like: ‘Stop where you are, put that down, put that down’ – that kind of thing.

“I looked out the back window because the noise was coming from back there, I saw a bloke dressed in yellow jumping over some fences … then he went down an alley like he was going back on to the street again.

“I saw a policeman and policewoman – normal coppers with the short-sleeved shirts – who chased after him and they were shouting for him to put it down.”

A police officer and emergency tape outside a semi-detached house

The incident came 48 hours before voting begins in London’s mayoral election in which crime is a key issue.

Bell said: “I know the families of those involved, the local and wider community and many across London will want to know why this terrible incident occurred.

“And it’s our job to find that out and we will. I’m committed to providing those answers when we can and I would ask for some patience while this important work is carried out.”

The prime minister, Rishi Sunak, said: “This is a shocking incident. My thoughts are with those affected and their families. I’d like to thank the emergency services for their ongoing response, and pay tribute to the extraordinary bravery shown by police on the scene. Such violence has no place on our streets.”

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “I am absolutely devastated by the news from Hainault this morning. I remain in constant contact with the commissioner. A man has been arrested and the area secured. The police are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident. There will be additional reassurance patrols in the area.

“The police officers and emergency services showed the best of our city – running towards danger to protect others and I thank them from the bottom of my heart.”

The home secretary, James Cleverly, said: “I am being regularly updated about the incident at Hainault station this morning. My thoughts are with those who have been affected and thank you to the emergency responders. I would urge people not to speculate or share footage online and provide relevant information to the police.”

Most viewed

Foals’ Yannis Philippakis shares ‘Walk Through Fire’ video and announces UK and European shows with The Yaw

The music video is the result of an art installation held in April in London

video tour in london

Foals ‘ Yannis Philippakis has shared the first music video from his new project, Yannis & The Yaw , featuring the late Tony Allen – watch the visuals for ‘Walk Through Fire’ below.

  • READ MORE: Foals’ Yannis Philippakis tells us about The Yaw and his record with Tony Allen: “Our spirits got on”

Last night (May 2), Philippakis released the music video for ‘Walk Through Fire’, the first track to be released from Yannis & The Yaw’s upcoming EP, ‘Lagos Paris London (feat. Tony Allen)’ – the record is due out on August 30 via Transgressive Records. Pre-save the EP here .

The music video for ‘Walk Through Fire’ is the result of an art installation held in April in London, for which 75 CRT television sets were set up at a shopfront, with each screen showcasing different themes that inspired the EP, as well as archival footage of Tony Allen.

Besides releasing the music video for ‘Walk Through Fire’, Yannis & The Yaw have also revealed an interactive website, through which fans can create their own versions of the visual as their webcams imparting them into the wall of retro TVs.

‘Walk Through Fire’ isn’t the only offering that Yannis & The Yaw have gifted fans; they’ve also announced a small collection of tour dates across Europe and London this September in support of their upcoming EP.

Yannis & The Yaw's 'Lagos Paris London' featuring Tony Allen


Yannis Philippakis said of the shows via a press statement: “The shows will be free-flowing and on the edge, improvised passages will meet with hard-worn grooves. It will feature some collaborators from the project and other musicians in our extended family.

“It will be an emotional release to finally play these songs live: bittersweet and poignant without Tony here, but important to allow the music to be played live, to give it oxygen and to release the music properly into the world. It’s been a labour of love.”

A pre-sale for all shows can be accessed by signing up for the Yannis & The Yaw mailing list HERE . Tickets to the London show will go on general sale at 9am BST on Friday, May 10.

Yannis & The Yaw’s 2024 tour dates are:

SEPTEMBER 10 – Amsterdam, Paradiso 11 – Paris, La Cigale 13 – London, KOKO

Philippakis first began teasing the Yannis & The Yaw project with Tony Allen to NME in 2017 . The pioneering Afrobeat musician, who played with both  Fela Kuti  and  The Good, The Bad & The Queen,   died in 2020 at the age of 79  and the music had been in development for some time ahead of his passing.

The Foals frontman met NME last month to discuss the project, who described collaborating with Allen as “one of the best musical experiences of my life”.

Philippakis recalled Allen not being “super friendly” right out of the gate, but that the Afrobeat legend had opened up quickly after jamming. He recollected of their first time playing together: “I pulled out the riff that is ‘Walk Through Fire’, Tony came into his drum area and just started playing. It was crazy. I just felt like I was lifting off slightly. We just jammed it and by the end of that day we had cut the majority of the first three tracks on the EP.”

“I went back the next morning, we did a couple of quick structural things, some handclaps, and that was kind of it. It was set it motion. We became friends just through that initial jam. It felt like the whole room warmed up.”

Foals' Yannis Philippakis with Tony Allen. Credit: Kit Monteith

Unfortunately, Allen died mid-way through the EP’s recording process after COVID had hit and forced the production cycle to a halt. While the EP wasn’t complete, Allen and Philippakis had recorded enough for the former’s collaborators the Vincents to step in and finish the project: “Thankfully the Vincents had worked with him a bunch so they could say what Tony would and wouldn’t have wanted. They guided a lot of that principle, but a lot of the tracks were almost finished and most of what needed completing were my parts. We didn’t actually mess with that much of the original tracking. Most of the tracks were done from a jam done twice – they weren’t replayed, there weren’t multiple takes.”

“We didn’t make this EP like a record or an album where there’s a defined destination and an idea of perfection that we were striving for. It was liberated. It was very rough and ready and very fast. Once the instrumentals had been captured, they weren’t tinkered with much at all.”

  • Related Topics
  • Live Music News
  • Yannis And The Yaw
  • Yannis Philippakis

You May Also Like

Wisp: the diy-minded star who wants to make shoegaze fans proud, australia’s hardcore dynamos speed have one plan: “just go hard as hell”, borislav slavov on scoring ‘baldur’s gate 3’ and what’s next: “we’re just warming up”, dua lipa – ‘radical optimism’ review: summery but slight psych-pop, ‘the fall guy’ review: ryan gosling’s ken-ergetic ode to stunt workers, more stories, watch st. vincent debut new songs and air old favourites on first night of ‘all born screaming’ tour, billie eilish announces ‘hit me hard and soft’ pre-release listening parties in us, lana del rey announces first ever us stadium headline show in boston , overmono announce ‘pure devotion’ world tour dates, mike + the mechanics to “play all the hits and drift into genesis” on 2025 uk tour, watch weezer cover hole and play set of rare songs in california ahead of ‘blue album’ tour.


  1. Video Tour In London The Famous Clock Big Ben Stands Near The Houses Of

    video tour in london

  2. One-Day Walking Tour of London's Top Sights

    video tour in london

  3. London City Sightseeing Tour

    video tour in london

  4. A London City Guided Tour

    video tour in london

  5. 360° / VR Video London Bus Night Tour

    video tour in london

  6. 8 Fascinating Reasons to Visit the Tower of London

    video tour in london


  1. Explore The Tower of London

  2. London Autumn Walk

  3. London New Year Weekend Walk

  4. A Summer Afternoon Walk in London

  5. England, London City Tour June 2023

  6. England, London City Street Tour 2023


  1. London Video Tour: The City

    The City of London is one of the oldest parts of the capitol, as it is located where London was first founded almost 2000 years ago. The City of London rough...

  2. London, Great Britain

    Explore new cities and countries. Watch this 4-hour London city walking tour video, the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. ...

  3. London, Great Britain

    Explore new cities and countries. Watch this 4-hour walking tour video through London, the capital of the United Kingdom. Imagine yourself a real tourist and...

  4. London: Historic and Dynamic

    London: Historic and Dynamic. In many-faceted London, we'll ponder royal tombs in Westminster Abbey, discover treasures in the British Library, enjoy the vibrant evening scene in Soho, uncover Churchill's secret WWII headquarters, join the 9-to-5 crowd in the new London, shop where royalty shops, and straddle the Prime Meridian in Greenwich.

  5. Video Tours of London, England by Joolz

    London Tour Videos. Browse the latest videos of Joolz's adventures around London. Videos by Location. Along the River Thames Bloomsbury East London ... Please help me to continue making films about London by making a donation towards production costs. Donate Now. Browse More. Shop; Buy the Music;

  6. 11 Brilliant London Videos To Binge At Home

    London's Old And New Pagans. The first chapter in our 12 part video series exploring London's historical, mythical, and contemporary pagan connections. We travel from esoteric Bloomsbury bookshops ...

  7. 21 of the Best Free Virtual Tours of London

    Hampton Court is located 12 miles south west from the city of London, andis an excellent example of Tudor architecture. Once the seat of royalty in Britain, today it's a beautiful place to visit and explore, with their virtual tour offering plenty of insight. Hampton Court Palace Virtual Tour.

  8. London Full-Day Tour with London Eye and Tower of London 2024

    This tour ends at the Tower of London at approx. 4:30pm. On Wednesdays, this tour will end at the London Eye and the tour itinerary will be subject to change. On Sunday due to Church services, there is no guiding inside St Paul's Cathedral. No-show and latecomers will be charged in full.

  9. 16 best walking tours in London

    Walk through the scenic hidden streets, back roads and canal paths around the city with London Walks and discover more about Jack the Ripper, The Beatles, Shakespeare, royal London, ghosts in the City and London street art among others. 16. City Visitor Trail Free. Tower Bridge. Image courtesy of City of London.

  10. London travel videos

    London: Changing the Guards, Piccadilly Circus, Berkeley Square, Burlington Arcade, Fortnum and Mason, bus and boat tour, Leicester Square movie premier, St. Pauls. travel video. London Quick summary lunch at Wagamama, a popular Asian noodle chain, another bus tour, then home we go. London Walking tour.

  11. 16 Best London Tours and Excursions in 2024

    Join the Jack the Ripper walking tour only if you dare! This guided walk around the spooky streets of east London delves into one of the world's most famous unsolved murders that took place in 1888. This gruesome trail is not for the faint at heart. Prices from £15.00 Book now.

  12. The 11 Best London Tours To Take in 2024 and Why

    1. London in a Day Walking Tour with Westminster Abbey and Tower of London. 2. Early Entry Tower of London Tour with the Beefeaters. 3. London Walking Tour with Westminster Abbey and Changing of the Guard. 4. The Buckingham Palace Royalty Tour. 5.

  13. London Tours with Local Private Tour Guides

    Here is a selection of the best guided tours in London; 1) Half Day London Highlights Taxi Tour with a Blue Badge Guide. 2) The Tower of London and major London sites in chauffeur driven vehicle. 3) Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace. 4) Quintessential London: Chauffeured through the capital.

  14. THE TOP 10 London Tours & Excursions (UPDATED 2024)

    Tower of London: Entry Ticket, Crown Jewels and Beefeater Tour. 4,446. Enjoy the Tower of London and make the most of your entry ticket through this dark and infamous complex. View the remarkable Crown Jewels and visit the White Tower, Traitors' Gate and Tower Green, where Anne Boleyn met her grisly end.

  15. London Ultimate Highlights Private Black Cab Tour 2024

    Optimize your time in the British capital on a private full-day tour, zipping between landmarks by traditional black cab for an authentic London experience. Discover iconic highlights such as the London Eye, Tower of London, and Buckingham Palace and enjoy plenty of stops for pictures or a closer look. Benefit from your guide's personalized recommendations to add additional stops according ...

  16. The BEST Full Day Tours in London

    Windsor, Stonehenge, & Bath Full-Day Tour with Lacock Pub Lunch from London. Enjoy coach travel, early entry to Windsor Castle, and a pub lunch on this action-packed day trip. Max 50 Guests. from. $223. $210. 6% off. Show: 15 Tours on page. Things to do in London.

  17. Best Things To Do in London England 2024 4K

    Are you looking for the best things to do in London? We just created a list of 22 must do activities for you to do while visiting London! In this London trav...

  18. Soccer Set to Tour London, Barcelona

    BOULDER — Colorado soccer will depart on Friday for a 10-day trip, including stops in London and Barcelona. During the trip, the team will play three matches against local teams. The Buffaloes ...

  19. Tour of London in English

    Write two five-letter words in the gap for something you might use on a tour bus. There's an to listen to as you go round. Rearrange the highlighted letters to find three London landmarks: The ushoes of Parliament = The of Parliament. The retow of London = The of London. St Paul's cheatlard = St Paul's.

  20. University of Colorado Athletics

    The team will head to North London to watch Manchester City play Tottenham and FC Barcelona vs. Rayo Vallecano at Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. NCAA programs are allowed to take foreign trips once every four years. This tour marks the soccer program's third foreign trip in the last 11 years, the first to Spain in 2015 and then to France in 2019.

  21. The Best Offbeat Tours and Experiences in London

    London is loaded with iconic tourist experiences like seeing the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, taking a selfie with Big Ben, touring the Tower of London and taking a spin on the London Eye, but the city also rewards those who dig under the surface. There's no better way to do that than by taking part in an offbeat tour or experience and the following eight will all show you a ...

  22. Prince Harry Won't See King Charles While in London, Dad Too Busy

    Prince Harry is in London to celebrate a milestone for his Invictus Games foundation -- and while you'd think he might link up with family while across the pond ... you'd be wrong.. The Duke of ...

  23. Unknown singer stands in for Olly Murs at last-minute as Take That

    Daniel Rooney stood in at 30 minutes' notice on Friday night when Murs' flight from London was cancelled ... Rooney later shared a series of images and videos of him performing on stage before ...

  24. Madonna Brazil Concert Livestream: Watch Celebration Rio ...

    Madonna's tour kicked off in London in October last year, before coming to North America over the last few months. Watch her final show in Rio tonight with a free trial to Sling TV here . Read ...

  25. Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dancer Shares Dance to 'So Long, London'

    Jan Ravnik, who performs with Swift on her record-breaking tour, choreographed an emotional dance to her song "So Long, London," which he performed alongside So You Think You Can Dance alum ...

  26. Boy, 14, dies after 'horrific' sword attack in north-east London

    A police officer at the scene after the attack in Hainault. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images. The incident came 48 hours before voting begins in London's mayoral election in which crime is a ...

  27. London

    Discover the beauty and history of London, England in this stunning video tour. You will see the iconic landmarks, such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and more, as well as the ...

  28. Yannis Philippakis announces UK and EU shows with The Yaw

    Tickets to the London show will go on general sale at 9am BST on Friday, May 10. Yannis & The Yaw's 2024 tour dates are: SEPTEMBER 10 - Amsterdam, Paradiso 11 - Paris, La Cigale 13 ...

  29. London Series 2024 top five menu items

    5. Limited Edition beer in a London Series two-pint beer bat souvenir There is nothing like a cold beer at a baseball game, and the London Series Pale Ale is a welcome return after its success in 2023. This limited-edition brew features vibrant citrus and tropical flavours, which capture the essence of London's craft beer scene.

  30. Europe risks losing its biggest oil companies to America

    Britain's Shell is the second-largest company on London's FTSE 100 index, representing 8.4% of its total market capitalization, while France's TotalEnergies is the fourth-largest on the CAC ...