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London (Dover), England



Coat of Arms

The first known English Royal arms, a golden lion, rampant, on a red field was first used by King Henry II. 1154 - 1189

The first arms of King Richard I "The Lionheart", two golden lions, rampant, on a red field. 1189 - 1198

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London's Splendor & Highlight Attractions

Visit Westminster Abbey, the final resting place of English kings and laureates. Soar above the city on the London Eye - a giant 21st-century Ferris wheel. Take a cruise down the Thames to the Tower of London.

Westminster Abbey - World famous as the resting place of Britain's monarchs, and as the setting for great pageants and coronations since 1066, the Abbey also reflects more poignant memories with the tomb of the unknown warrior representing the thousands killed in World War I and more recently as the setting for the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.

London Eye - Built to celebrate the Millennium, the London Eye is the world's highest observation wheel - a giant 21st-century Ferris wheel. You sit in specially designed glass capsules located on the wheel's exterior for an approximately 35-minute ride that lifts you high above the city and offers extraordinary views of London. On a clear day, the panorama stretches to Heathrow Airport and Windsor Castle.

Thames River Cruise - Board your observation boat for a cruise through London on the Thames. Your vessel features a glass observation deck, as well as an open-air promenade deck. Travel down river to the Tower of London.

Parliament Buildings & Big Ben - Big Ben is as potent a symbol of England as the White Cliffs of Dover. The neo-Gothic Parliament Buildings dominate the Thames riverbank.

Tower of London - William the Conqueror began construction of London's fortress, notorious as a royal prison and the site of bloody executions.

Tower Bridge - This flamboyant Victorian-era bridge is situated adjacent to the Tower of London.

A central London location is the setting for a traditional English lunch.

Board your motorcoach at the pier in Dover and travel the motorway to London's West End. Pass by Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square with its imposing Nelson Column, and the National Art Museum.

The drive from Dover to London is approximately two hours. The sequence of the tour may vary.