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Enjoy a relaxing walking tour of London
Published: Wednesday 10th of September 2008
As well as visiting the city's top attractions, visitors to London will now have the opportunity to take a walking tour of the city.
The Original London Sightseeing Tour has introduced a number of new walking tours of the city, taking in famous areas such as Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.
Visitors can choose from a variety of tours, with each one lasting around 40 minutes, e-Travel Blackboard reports.
Meanwhile, visitors who are not so keen on walking can use their London Pass to travel around the capital and gain entry to some of the many attractions.
London Pass holders have the option of using their passes to travel around the city in a number of ways and can even tour the city by bike.
The London Bicycle Company invites pass holders to take a two-wheeled tour of London, with frequent stops and talks outside the city's museums, galleries and attractions.
In related news, London was recently crowned the UK's "best city" by the readers of Conde Nast Traveller Magazine.
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