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Find The Best Place To Join Your Sightseeing Day Tour From London

Author: Bob Handford

Need Help Finding The Best Boarding Point For Your Day Tour?

OK – the day tours we are talking about here are the full day tours both within London and outside London to places like Stonehenge and Windsor.

London Tour Hotels

Hotel Pick-Up List

All of the main operators day tours have left their main London departure point by 8:30 a.m. Because of the early start the “big bus” tours offer a long list of hotel pick-up points starting as early as 7 a.m.
The pick-up points, all hotels are located in all the major hotel districts of Central London, well over a 100 hotels. They then take you to Victoria Coach Station where the main tour departs from.
The exception are the small group tours with a maximum of 16 passengers just have a handful of pick-up points at strategic points across Central London. But if your hotel is not on the list or you are staying outside London where is the best place to join a tour?

Stumped? – Well just ask Bob at the discussion facility below saying which tour you are going on and where you are staying!

Other Day Tour Information

Guided Day Tours Outside London – The Most Popular Tours

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Discuss With Bob About The Best Boarding Point For You!

PLEASE STATE WHICH TOUR YOU ARE INTERESTED IN, DIFFERENT TOURS HAVE DIFFERENT PICK-UP POINTS
I\’be been on most of the day tours in question, I\’ve even driven and guided some of these tours If you\’re scratching your head where the best boarding point is for your tour just ask me below! Normally I\’ll respond well within 24 hours

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  • Linda Wood Casals

    Hello Bob! We want to go to the London-Stonehedge-Windsor-Bath tour on September 10th, we are staying at the Sanctuary House Hotel, 33 Tothill St. Westminster. Can you tell me which is the nearest pick-up station for us? Thank you!

    • http://www.londontoolkit.com/ Bob

      The St. James’ Court Hotel
      at 45-51 Buckingham Gate is the closet hotel for pick-ups to you about 500 yards away.
      It used to be the Crowne Plaza St Jame’s which many locals still refer to it as.

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