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Walk across the famous London Bridge for spectacular views of the Thames and the Tower of London. Visit Buckingham Palace to see the Royal Guard in traditional uniform. Harry Potter fans will be delighted to visit the iconic filming locations of the saga, such as King’s Cross Station and the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. Be sure to enjoy a delicious fish and chips in a traditional pub and capture your trip with a photo at London’s famous red phone booths.
Our dynamic London, the british capital worth a detour package offers you the opportunity to explore the city with expert guidance from our specialists. Plan your trip by yourself with our booking tool. You can change the departure airport, flight, accommodation and even add excursions by yourself.
- Roundtrip flight from Montreal to London
- 7 nights’ accommodation at 1 Lexham Gardens in Double Standard – Room Only or similar
- Activities and excursions other than those mentioned
- Baggage fees with the airline
- Airport transfers
- Client’s contribution to the Compensation fund of $3,50 per $1,000
- Parking space at YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport
- Travel insurance
- Offset your trip’s CO2 emissions
- Hop On-Hop Off London Tour with walking tour and cruise
- London Bicycle Tour
- Mamma Mia Theatre Night
- Half Day London Tour with St. Paul’s Cathedral and Changing of the GuardStonehenge Express Tour
- Windsor Castle Tour
- Lacock and Bath Tour | $164
- Harry Potter Film Locations
- World War II & Imperial War Museum Tour
Introduction of Mandatory ETIAS Permit for Travels to Europe
Starting mid-2025, every Canadian traveler planning to visit Europe will be required to possess an ETIAS permit. This is the European Travel Information and Authorization System, implemented by the European Union.
For more information about this permit, you can visit the official website at the following address: https://travel-europe.europa.eu/etias_en.
Please note that this permit costs 7 euros per person, and the process can take up to 30 days for approval.
It is also mandatory to have a passport that remains valid for at least 3 months after your departure date from Europe. Without this, entry at the European border will be denied.
Entry and exit requirements – COVID-19
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- Arrival at London airport.
- Check into your hotel. Take advantage of your free time to explore the neighborhood of your hotel.
- Take some time to relax after the journey or take a leisurely walk in the surroundings.
Morning: Visit Buckingham Palace and watch the Changing of the Guard (between 10 am and 11 am, depending on the day).
In the morning, discover the famous Buckingham Palace and witness the Changing of the Guard, a must-see event in London. This impressive ceremony takes place between 10 am and 11 am, depending on the day.
Afternoon: Explore the Parliament, Big Ben, and the South Bank of the Thames. In the afternoon, delve into the history of the British capital by visiting the Parliament and admiring the famous Big Ben. Also, take the opportunity to stroll along the South Bank of the Thames and enjoy the breathtaking view of the city’s iconic landmarks.
Evening: Eat at a historic City restaurant.
In the evening, immerse yourself in the historic atmosphere of the City and savor a delicious dinner at one of the iconic restaurants in this district. Immerse yourself in the history of London while enjoying delicious dishes in a unique setting.
Morning: Discover the magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral, an iconic symbol of London with its impressive architecture and famous dome. Then, make sure to visit the Gherkin, a modern skyscraper that dominates the city’s skyline.
Afternoon: The visit to the Tower of London will immerse you in the fascinating history of the city. Explore the many towers and admire the British Crown Jewels. Then, don’t miss crossing the Tower Bridge, one of London’s most iconic bridges, offering stunning views of the Thames.
Evening: To end the day beautifully, enjoy a delicious dinner in a restaurant located near the Thames. Appreciate the local culinary specialties while contemplating the sparkling lights of the city.
Morning: Take a stroll through the charming neighborhood of Notting Hill and discover the picturesque atmosphere of its colorful streets. Don’t miss a visit to the famous Portobello Road market, where you’ll find a variety of vintage products, antiques, and delicious street food.
Afternoon: Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Soho, known for its artistic scene and trendy shops. A visit to the British Museum is a must to discover an incredible collection of historical artifacts and cultural treasures.
Evening: Soak up the electric atmosphere of Soho’s nightlife. Explore the lively streets with colorful neon lights and discover a variety of bars, pubs, clubs, and restaurants. Whether you want to dance all night, attend a comedy show, or simply enjoy a good meal, Soho offers plenty of options for every taste.
Morning: Visit Camden Market, the most famous and lively market in London, to experience the alternative and creative atmosphere of Camden Town. You will be amazed by the colorful stalls offering a variety of unique items such as vintage clothing, handmade jewelry, and local crafts. Take a stroll along the picturesque canals and immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of this iconic neighborhood.
Afternoon: Return to the British Museum, a must-visit in London, to further explore its fascinating collections. Admire historical treasures from around the world, from Egyptian sarcophagi to Greek sculptures to artifacts from ancient Rome. Explore the beautifully curated galleries and let yourself be transported into the past through these cultural treasures.
Evening: Relax and enjoy a delicious dinner at one of the many restaurants in Camden or the Bloomsbury district. Whether you prefer traditional British dishes or international flavors, you will surely find a pleasant place to satisfy your taste buds. Soak up the lively atmosphere of these trendy neighborhoods and discover the culinary diversity of London.
Morning: You can take a boat from Westminster Pier to reach Greenwich. Once you arrive, you can explore the Royal Observatory, known for its famous Prime Meridian line. Don’t miss the Cutty Sark, a former sailing ship turned museum. You can also stroll through the Greenwich Market, where you’ll find many local products and souvenirs.
Afternoon: A walk in the beautiful Greenwich Park is a must. Take this opportunity to admire the panoramic view of the city of London from the top of the hill. You can also wander through the well-kept gardens and relax by the lake.
Evening: You have a choice: you can return to London and have dinner in the Greenwich District, where you’ll find many restaurants and pubs offering cuisine ranging from traditional English dishes to international fare. Alternatively, you can also opt for dinner in the city center of London, where you’ll find a multitude of options, from gourmet restaurants to more casual places. Regardless of your decision, you will surely enjoy a fulfilling day, with historical discoveries, outdoor activities, and delicious meals.
For this last day, here are some ideas:
- Full day dedicated to visiting the Harry Potter Studios. Book your tickets in advance and allow enough time to explore the magical world.
- You could consider visiting Oxford, Cambridge, Windsor, or Stonehenge, depending on your preferences.
South Bank: Offering magnificent views of London landmarks such as the London Eye, Tate Modern, and the Shard, this area along the south bank of the Thames also places you close to the city center.
Kensington: For a more residential and elegant atmosphere, Kensington is an excellent choice. You’ll find museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, beautiful parks, and upscale shops.
Notting Hill: Famous for its Portobello Road market, colorful houses, and bohemian atmosphere, Notting Hill is perfect for a more relaxed experience.
Shoreditch: If you’re looking for a trendy and artistic atmosphere, choose Shoreditch in East London. You’ll find art galleries, trendy restaurants, and lively nightlife.
Westminster: Close to major tourist sites such as Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London.
Victoria: Well located with easy access to public transportation, this neighborhood is a convenient starting point for exploring the city.
Paddington: Close to Hyde Park and easily accessible by train from the airport.
Bloomsbury: Ideal for culture lovers, this neighborhood is close to many renowned museums and universities.
Canary Wharf: The city’s main business district, it offers many high-quality hotels.
- Tour de Londres – Hop On-Hop-Off – avec tour à pied et croisière
- Tour de Londres en bicyclette
- Soirée de théâtre Mamma Mia
- Visite d’une demi-journée de Londres, avec la cathédrale Saint-Paul et la relève de la garde
- Visite de Stonehenge Express
- Visite du Windsor Castle
- Visite de Lacock et Bath | 164 $
- Visite des lieux de tournages des films Harry Potter Film
- Visite du musée World War II & Imperial War
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9 days | 7 nights | Direct flight
Price calculated on November 30, 2023, for a stay from May 5 to 13, 2024. The dates and components of this travel can be modified as you wish. The hotels and activities are offered as a suggestion and can be modified depending on your needs.
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