JUNE 27-JULY 4, 2019
Spend six nights in London!
June 29 and 30 at London Stadium for the games

Price per person
$2799.00 based on 2 to a room
$2599.00 based on 3 to a room
$2399.00 based on 4 to a room
Single supplement $790.00

Our Hotel
The Strand Palace London
In the heart of London, where the City meets the West End

London Hop on off Bus Tour

Zip around London town like a local on one of the city's iconic double-decker buses. Hop off to explore the city's historic sights and iconic architecture on foot, and glide down the River Thames on a sightseeing cruise to immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the English capital.  Settle into a seat in the comfortable interior or on the open-air top deck of a double-decker bus and set off to tour the city at your own pace. Hop on and off at world famous landmarks including the Tower of London, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey. Alternatively, stay on for the entire loop, enjoying complimentary Wi-Fi on board and listening to engaging commentary as you pass by the London Eye, the riverfront Houses of Parliament, and impressive St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Windsor, Stonehedge and Bath Tour

Unlock the secrets of pastoral England during a private guided tour to destinations in Windsor, Stonehenge, and Bath. Customize the tour to meet your unique interests, soaking up the region's rich history at attractions like lavish Windsor Castle, beguiling Stonehenge, and the exquisite Roman Baths.  Join your guide in downtown London and journey into the charming countryside. Motor past verdant pastures and crest picturesque hills on your way to Windsor. Here, check out Windsor Castle—a spectacular historic edifice. Tour the fabled estate which continues to be a beloved getaway for Queen Elizabeth II. Then, wander inside the State Apartments to glimpse signature artworks by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt.

From Windsor, travel to Stonehenge. Along the way, allow your private tour guide to bestow you with fascinating information about the mysterious boulders that have stood on Salisbury Plain for more than 5,000 years. Decide for yourself whether Stonehenge represents an astronomical clock, a religious temple, or some other ancient gesture before moving on.