When it comes to city sightseeing, there are plenty of things to do and see. But sometimes the best way to experience a city is by walking its streets and getting lost in its neighborhoods.
This can be a great way to find hidden gems that you might not have otherwise discovered. So if you’re looking for an adventure, put on your walking shoes and explore your city! You never know what you might find.
Take a relaxing UK City Sightseeing tours:
- Great Yarmouth
- Windsor and Eaton
Bath City Tour – Two routes – One ticket!
‘The Queen of English Cities‘: A fine Roman and Georgian City full of beautiful buildings. The City Tour takes you to the Roman Baths, the Pump Room, the Abbey where England’s first King was crowned and the Assembly Rooms.
A Skyline Tour takes you from Bath Railway Station round Claverton Down, past the University of Bath and Prior Park Landscape Garden.
The open top bus tour now has 18 stops around the city for you to hop on and hop off and discover Belfast.
The tour takes in the ever changing Titanic Quarter, birth place of Titanic and now an exciting new development for the city. The tour then continues out to visit our impressive Parliment Buildings at Stormont .
We then make our way back in to the city centre to visit the political areas of the Shankill Road and Falls Road to see the Political wall murals and peace lines, the tour then makes it’s way through the Queens University area back to the city centre.
The Las Vegas of England and home to the original Big Dipper as well as ‘The Big One’, one of the fastest roller-coasters in the World. Donkeys, rides, piers, candy floss and the Tower – it’s all here – have fun!
Your ticket is valid for 2 calendar days and you can use it to Hop On and Hop Off at any of the 19 stops around Blackpool.
I’ve done this tour several times and find it really interesting each time. You spot something new and get driven round the sights of Blackpool. You can get on and off so you can go into the attractions too.
The 18th Century fashion for sea water cures transformed the small fishing village of Brighthelmstone into the elegant and popular resort of Brighton.
Tour highlights include the antique shops of The Laines, the Royal Pavilion, the Seafront and the Pier.
A favourite seaside resort with elegant promenades and world famous floral displays.
Tour highlights include the Victorian pier, housing the only Camera Obscura to be found on a pier in the country, the bandstand, the Redoubt Fortress Military Museum – which has defended Eastbourne for nearly 200 years and Beachy Head, the highest chalk cliff in Britain.
In 2007 Eastbourne was awarded two of the first ever Quality Coast beach awards, marking the resorts beaches amongst the premier league in the UK.
Glasgows miles better – don’t take our word for it, find out for yourself! This most vibrant and exciting of Scottish cities boasts excellent museums, art galleries, beautiful parks and buildings as well as having shopping which is second only to London.
In addition our pubs, cafe bars and night clubs help to make Glasgow one of the preferred destinations for short breaks with Superbreak .
The visitor attractions and places of interest are spread throughout the city. The best way to visit attractions and to see the city is to step on one of our bright red open-top buses for a fully guided tour round all the main sights of Glasgow. These include:
- The Gothic Cathedral
- The Riverside
- The recently restored Kelvingrove Art Galleries
- Glasgow University – Home of the Hunterian Museum
- Art Gallery as well as the Mackintosh House
A favourite seaside resort with elegant promenades and world famous floral displays. Our tour, incorporating the Official Town Centre – Sea Front service, is one of the best ways to get around Great Yarmouth. The tour takes you past all the main sights on route, including the Pier, the ‘Golden Mile’, the Pleasure Beach, Tolhouse, Norfolk Nelson Row 111, Time and Tide Museum and the Merchants House Museums.
City Sightseeing is the number one open top tour operator in Liverpool, it encompasses an educational tour around the sights of Liverpool in a clean, bright, fun, recognisable bus.
The tour departs every thirty minutes and each tour lasts one hour the tour encompasses 12 stops starting at the famous Liver Buldings, between stops you can experience sights like the war museum in Chapel Street or remain on the tour and visit Matthew Street, the home of the Cavern Club where the Beatles played.
Sir Thomas Street will offer the customer the chance to experience the Conservation Centre and its diverse collections.
Book your stay with Jurys Inn Liverpool for great options.
London Includes 3 free walking tours
- Changing of the Guard (10.30 from the Original London Visitor Centre, Trafalgar Square)
- Cool Brittania (13.00 from the Orignal London Visitor Centre)
- Jack the Ripper (15.30 from our stop at Tower of London/Tower Hill)
The home of great football, bold new architectural projects and the pivotal City of Britain’s Industrial Revolution, Manchester still retains a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Travel to the Trafford Centre, paradise for shop-a-holics!
See the world’s first railway terminus, find out the connection between the railways and the football teams, and visit the world’s first Urban Heritage Park!
Again a tour I’ve done several times – it is a wonderful route and the kids love it! A must for football fans of the red variety!
Oxford is an architectural marvel. You’ll get fantastic views of its honey coloured buildings as well as tantalising glimpses of the hushed courtyards of its many Colleges.
Visit the International award winning Oxford Castle Heritage area and you’ll travel by the Ashmolean, the Sheldonian, the historic Carfax junction – see this and more on the City Sightseeing tour of Oxford.
Stratford is great for a day on the River and then chilling out in the evening in one of the many chic restaurants and bars in the centre of Town.
Top travel destination in Startford:
- Shakespearean Houses: Shakespeare’s Birthplace
- Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
- Mary Arden’s House
- New Place
- Nash’s House and Hall’s Croft
- The Royal Shakespeare Theatre where the Bard’s plays are performed for the majority of the year
- The Holy Trinity Church where Shakespeare is buried, protected by a cursed tombstone
- The Old 15th Century Grammar School where Shakespeare was educated
You also get to enjoy a lovely tour through the scenic Warwickshire countryside, visiting Wilmcote, the village where Mary Arden’s House (Shakespeare’s mother) can be found.
Enjoy the dignified tranquility of Windsor, home to the British Monarchy for centuries.
See the famous Windsor Castle – the largest inhabited Castle in the world, The Long Walk, Eton College and much more on this wonderful tour of Windsor and Eton.
Founded by the Romans, York soon became England’s Second City and has witnessed wars, peace agreements and prosperity throughout its 2,000 years of existence. King George VI reflected on the City’s central role throughout the years when he commented that: “The history of York is the history of England”. Visit the magnificent York Minster, with its priceless display of stained glass; walk in Medieval streets or on the 800 year old Bar Walls; visit award-winning museums or sample our excellent restaurants and shopping facilities.
Sight Seeing by Bus
Why not do some sight seeing by bus tour?
These tours are a great way of seeing cities!
Ticket is valid for 24 hours and commentary is available in the following languages.