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Buckingham Palace & London 
 

Buckingham Palace had been the official residence of the British Monarch since 1837, when Queen Victoria made the newly renovated palace her home.

This tour is your chance to see inside this wonderful working Palace, and discover the secrets of the world’s most famous Royal residence! You’ll visit the State Rooms and see the gilded ceilings and glittering chandeliers! And don’t forget to indulge in a little treat at the tea-room which opens specially for visitors every year!

 
 


   
Chelsea Pensioners 
 

The Royal Hospital, Chelsea is one of our most fascinating national institutions. Housing 300 veterans of various conflicts, the Hospital’s residents look forward to guiding visitors around their home, answering questions and revealing the history of this wonderful building, which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren at the behest of King Charles II in 1692.

 
 


   
Houses of Parliament 
 

If you’ve ever wanted to know all the secrets of Westminster, then this is the tour for you. Enjoy a guided tour of the heart of British politics, learning about the history and inner workings of the oldest parliament in the world. And when the tour is over, you’ll get to enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea in the Terrace Pavilion, overlooking the Thames.

 
 


   
Legoland & London 
 

Legoland Windsor is where dreams come to life! You can become a Knight, an explorer, a test driver or a pilot, and enter into a fascinating world of adventure where your imagination is the only limit! The park has over 55 rides and attractions, so you can fly through the trees as you try to escape fearsome dragons, ride the rapids with a Viking fleet, join the Lego divers on an underwater adventure, or even journey to the stars!

 
 


   
London & Windsor 
 

While London is the most iconic city in the UK – with its famous landmarks and a wealth of attractions and museums to keep you entertained – Windsor is a much quieter but no less amazing place to visit. The Royal Borough of Windsor is a beautiful, unique and historic destination, with plenty to see and do, excellent shopping and superb restaurants and cafes. Crowned by the stunning Windsor Castle (the oldest, and largest, inhabited castle in the world, and the Queen’s favourite weekend home-from-home), and overlooking a beautiful stretch of the River Thames, the Royal Borough has a rich mix of history, culture and fun which makes it a vibrant and welcoming place to visit.

 
 


   
London Boat Show 
 

The London Boat Show is the largest of its kind in the UK; and this year the show has been re-designed and re-imagined to excite a modern audience. The show will be packed with innovative new attractions, and two new shows which coincide with the main exhibition.

 
 


   
London City Break 
 

One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times. A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without visiting one of the top attractions such as London Eye, Tower of London and Natural History Museum.

 
 


   
London January Special 
 

London is a city which draws people to it, no matter the time of year – and January is one of the best times to visit for shopping! Indulge in a little retail therapy in the January Sales, and brave the crowds thronging along Oxford and Regent Street. Visit Liberty’s, Fortnum and Masons and Harrods, or else just wander the thoroughfares in search of that illusive bargain. And don’t forget about Covent Gardens and Camden if you fancy something a little more unique and avant-garde!

And when you’ve exhausted yourself with shopping, why not make the time to visit one of London’s museums or attractions? Or perhaps try out some fine-dining or unwind with afternoon tea?

 
 


   
London Theatre Weekend 
 

If you’ve been thinking about seeing a London Show, then this tour is perfect for you! You’ll spend 3 days in London, with chance to explore and see the sights, as well as having tickets to an evening performance of whichever show YOU want to see! Why not see one of London’s long-running extravaganzas like Wicked, Les Misérables or the Lion King? Or try something new and exciting, or even indulge in a little Shakespeare! The choice is entirely up to you!

 
 


   
London Weekend 
Staying at The Hilton London 

London is a treasure trove of brilliant activities and days out worth boasting about. We're completely spoilt for choice with things to do, whether you prefer museums and history, all-singing all-dancing musicals or the tranquility of gardens and relaxing river cruises, London has it all.

 
 


   
Magic of Christmas 
Mini Cruise to Bruges & Ostend 

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and we’ve got the perfect minicruise to put you in the mood for the festive season. Tributes to Michael Bublé and the Rat Pack are on hand to perform all the festive classics and more. Plus time to explore Belgium’s most famous Christmas market!

All we want for Christmas is Mitchell Bublé the UK’s number one Michael Bublé tribute act. Performing tracks from the album ‘Christmas’ amongst classic hits such as Haven’t Met You Yet and Feeling Good.

This rat pack tribute bring the music, comedy and personalities to life with a performance that will have you believing we have Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr themselves on stage.

The experience continues off the ship with a visit to the historic city of Bruges perfect for Christmas shopping, a wander around the Christmas market and for those brave enough a spin around the ice rink.

It’s Christmas time all over the world so why not start yours in the magical city of Bruges.

 
 


   
New Year in London 
 

See in the New Year 2017 in London. Watch the dazzling fireworks display at the London Eye, party in Trafalgar Square or relax and enjoy a meal at one of London's superb restaurants. On New Year's Day, thousands of performers from all around the world will be taking part in London's spectacular annual New Year's Day Parade including a marching bands and dance.

 
 


   
Royal Albert Hall Tour 
 

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the world’s most iconic and magical buildings, recognisable across the world. The world’s leading artists have appeared on its stage – from the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix to Dame Shirley Bassey and Adele. This is your chance to see inside and tour the building with an afternoon High Tea.

 
 


   
The Making of Harry Potter 
 

Dear Harry Potter Fans,

                We are pleased to inform you that you have been invited to experience the magic of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London – the Making of Harry Potter. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary information and details, including the itinerary for the tour.

We await your RSVP via Owl.

Yours Sincerely,

CAB Travel

 
 
 
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