Whether building sandcastles on the beach, lounging around in hideously coloured deck chairs or riding on the back of a donkey, family days out often used to involve a trip to the seaside. Over the years though, the great British day out has changed dramatically with more and more people skipping the beach and instead heading to cities such as London. With an array of things to do in the capital, it’s easy to see why…
Running through the heart of the city, the River Thames is one of the most iconic features of London. What could be better than sitting aboard a river cruiser, gliding past some of the most famous sights in the city and enjoying a tasty three-course lunch? A million miles away from spending half an hour trying to get that dreaded windbreaker to stick into the sand!
Forget about the usual nights out down the local boozer too. An evening spent in London is an altogether different experience. With five-star restaurants and world class theatre shows, you really won’t want this night to end. Sing along with ‘We Will Rock You’ or tap your feet to the music in ‘Stomp’ - the choice is yours.
With so many stunning sights to see, millions of tourists visit London every year for a spot of sightseeing. If viewing these famous landmarks on the ground isn’t fun enough for you though, how does experiencing the city from 1,500ft off the ground sound? For the ultimate buzz, take to the skies in a helicopter for a sightseeing tour with a difference. Who said sightseeing had to be boring!
From alternative sightseeing tours to cruising along the Thames, if you’re planning on visiting London, Red Letter Days allows you to do it in style.