Guided Tours for Top 10 Experiences in London

Guided Tours for Top 10 Experiences in London

I am an absolute believer that guided tours are sometimes necessary to maximise my experiences when on vacation. This is especially so when my visits are only for a few days and I want to learn/know as much as I possibly can of my destination. I tend to book a couple of guided tours so I do not worry about transport to get there and back as well. Besides, I do like all the “inside scoop” that only travel guides sometimes know. As such, guided tours are totally up my alley because it takes stress off me to plan with regards to that destination.

My trip to Geneva was a short weekend break and I wanted to see more than just the city. I booked a day trip guided tour to Mont Blanc from Geneva. This was a full-on 10 hour tour and was one of my most memorable, special and an unforgettable experience.

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Given my simple and rewarding experiences with guided tours at destinations, that I have the following suggestions on London for you to explore the City with:

[Kindly note that some tours may be sold out months ahead, especially the Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour – Harry Potter fans, book your tickets well in advance to avoid disappointment]


Convenience of Guided Tours

Booking your activities with Get Your Guide is super easy! They have mobile-friendly payment and tickets for booking on the go system. This means mostly with a couple of clicks, you are done. In some instances, you will have the purchase delivered to you if you wish. Mostly though, you can download it onto your phone, show it at the door, and if you purchase the skip-the-line tickets, you can walk straight through

You can purchase these activities at the time you begin to plan your vacation which may be months, weeks, days ahead or you could purchase them like I did, when I visited Milan – just a few hours before joining the activity at Milan Cathedral. If you decide to purchase them in advance, you still have the flexibility of cancellation up to 24-hours before the activity commence.

However, some activities may have different requirements. Please read specific T and Cs pertaining to the activities when you book them.

As always, I am contactable via email – [email protected] or via Contact Form if you need any further suggestions or help in designing your itinerary to London.

Is this post valuable to you in planning your visits to London? If so please let me know in comments below. I would love to hear your thoughts.

Happy adventures!

I look forward to connecting with each of you.

By Georgina

Georgina is a travel writer and a content creator. An escapist, she seeks stories, off-beat things to do, and adores the beauty of culture while embracing comfort and slow travel as a responsible traveller in the off-season. Georgina has lived in 3 continents, visited 30+ countries and strives to share her travel steps, passion, and experienced tips to inspire her readers to explore for themselves. Georgina enjoys venturing solo, takes pleasure in listening to classical, country & jazz, and delights in spending joyous time with A & M, her two adult children.


  1. Absolutely – Harry Potter tours are so popular that tickets have to be booked months ahead. Thank you for appreciating this post.

  2. Georgina, these are all great options for tours of London. I am sure the Harry Porter one is extremely popular. Thank you for this post!

  3. Thank you Sharon. Glad you find this guide useful. Hope you get to visit Kew Gardens on when next in London

  4. These are great suggestions for tours. I’ve wanted to see Kew Gardens, which I’ve missed in my 2 visits to London.

  5. Kew Gardens is absolutely lovely and one not to be missed. I am happy that you found the suggested tours helpful especially to first time visitors to London. Thank you so much for your thoughtful comments, Estelle, really appreciate it.

  6. Thanks Georgina for a great London guide. There are wonderful options for the first time visitor to London. From this list I’d like to visit Kew Gardens

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