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See plenty of London attractions on the Original London Sightseeing Tour
Published: Monday 18th of February 2013
People wondering which of the many London attractions they should visit first could opt for the Original London Sightseeing Tour, which will take them round a number of different sites.
There are entertaining English speaking guides and a selection of digitally recorded language commentaries that will inform people on the stories of their fascinating surroundings.
The tour works on a handy hop-on-hop-off system, with tickets valid for 24 hours.
This makes it easy to jump off the bus near an attraction that seems particularly interesting and explore it in further detail.
People who want a tour with a twist, however, could opt for a Jason's Canal Boat Trip, which shows visitors the famous city from a new perspective.
Visitors can choose from a one-way journey to Camden Lock or instead opt for a full one hour 30 minutes round trip along Regent's Canal.
This tour is renowned for offering one of the best views of London Zoo.
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