London Westminster Abbey and the House of Parliament Guided Tour (optional)
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Discover Britain's royal and political history with this tour with four different options to choose from:
- Access to Westminster Abbey and Parliament
- Enter Westminster Abbey and visit the exterior of the Houses of Parliament
- Visit Westminster Abbey
- Visit Parliament
Choose the option that best suits your tastes and get ready to learn about the past, present and future of British society in groups of up to 10 people. Accompanied by an expert guide, you'll be able to visit everything from the coronation rooms of historic English kings to the chambers where the future of the country is decided in a single tour.
- Professional guide
- Guided tour and entrance to Westminster Abbey (your choice)
- Guided tour and entrance to Parliament (your choice)
- Audioguide inside the Parliament (if you choose this option)
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Step by Step
This guided tour offers you the chance to see two of London's most important monuments, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. However, when you make your booking you will have to choose between the 4 options presented to you:
- Access to both monuments: Westminster Abbey and Parliament
- Access to the Abbey and visit the outside of Parliament
- Visit Westminster Abbey
- Visiting Parliament
Whichever you choose, a specialised guide will explain all the facts about these theatres of political and religious power in the country. In addition, as groups will be limited to a maximum of 10 travellers, you will receive very personalised attention throughout the tour.
Westminster Abbey, also known as "The Church of the Royal Family", is the oldest religious building in Britain. Great personalities of British society and royalty rest in its tombs. It has a wealth of Gothic works of art scattered throughout its various chapels and cloisters.
In addition to the glass windows and vaults that leave no one indifferent, one of the main attractions to be found in this abbey is the coronation chair. This 14th century carving is on display in St George's Chapel and is still used for the purpose for which it was created.
The Houses of Parliament, located in the Palace of Westminster, are another must-see on any trip to London. On this tour you can visit them from the outside with your guide or go inside the chambers and learn the most interesting details.
Declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, the House of Lords and the House of Commons are the scene of the decisions of British democracy. In addition, this building has become the icon of London thanks to the city's most famous clock tower, Big Ben.