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See London attractions in a different light with a London Bicycle Tour
Published: Saturday 18th of June 2011
View the spectacular London attractions and landmarks in a different way this summer, with a London Bicycle Tour.
Visitors can opt for a mountain bike or more traditional contraption to tour one of the world's most iconic cities, with a guide on hand to explain the history behind various London attractions.
One of the many advantages to seeing London in this way is that cyclists can access many areas that would be impossible to see by those restricted to the road.
Safety is also paramount, with routes designed to keep cyclists out of the way of traffic.
For visitors who want to see the capital in a different way, Jason's Original Canal Boat trip is a great opportunity.
The unique tour allows tourists to experience the city from one of its many tranquil waterways, gaining a new perspective on many London attractions such as London Zoo, Camden Lock and Regent's Park.
Get free entry to over 55 top London attractions with a London Pass.
Posted by Michael Edwards
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