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See London attractions by bike or boat
Published: Saturday 26th of November 2011
Jason's Original Canal Boat Tour offers a unique and relaxing way to see world-renowned London attractions.
The boat tour sails leisurely along one of the capital's many canals, giving visitors a new perspective on London.
Tourists can opt for the one-way journey to Camden Lock and spend some time in the quirky area, famous for its extensive weekend market.
Alternatively, a full 1 hour 30 mins round trip along Regent's Canal is also on offer. Passengers will be treated to one of the best views of London Zoo.
The tour also features live historical commentary from a trained enthusiast.
For a more energetic way to see the capital, visitors can opt for a London Bike Tour, which provides a unique and fun sightseeing experience.
Visitors can opt for a mountain bike or traditional cycle for the guided tour, which stops at various landmarks to educate the cyclist on their surroundings.
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Posted by Michael Edwards
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