London Long Break - 7 Days


Day 1

Maximize your time in London with a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Choose a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour ticket and make the most of unlimited travel across seven different routes for the ticket validity period. Get views of top London sights such as the Tower of London and Big Ben from the open-top bus, listen to the audio commentary, and enjoy the flexibility to hop on and off at any of the well-placed stops. All 24-, 48-, 72-hour bus tickets also include a complimentary river cruise and three walking tour routes. Use of entry pass to Madam Tussauds & SEA Life.

Day 2

Today is day 2 of your Hop-on-Off. use your magical pass for entry to The Coca-Cola London Eye – see the spectacular sights of London from above from Europe’s tallest observation wheel Shrek’s Adventure! London – go on a fairy-tale adventure to Far Far Away at this fun-filled attraction based on the world-famous Shrek movies London Dungeon – travel on a terrifying theatrical journey through London’s gruesome history

Day 3

Enter the world of Harry Potter™ when you’re in London at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. With convenient transportation from the city to the studio, this Harry Potter tour introduces you to all the details that went into the making of the magical movies, including film sets, props, costumes, and special effects. Stand in the Great Hall, walk along Diagon Alley, see Dumbledore’s office, and more. Select a departure time when booking.

Day 4

This all-day tour of three top England attractions gives you the chance to see Stonehenge, Bath, and Windsor in only one day. Ideal for those short on time, this tour allows you to travel with ease and efficiency from London with a modern coach. Explore the regal city of Windsor, home to the oldest inhabited castle in the world; enjoy a guided tour of Bath and its Roman attractions; and delve into the 6,000-year-old history of Stonehenge.

Day 5

It’s nigh-on impossible to see both Cambridge and Oxford in one day by public transport. But there’s more than just transport to this great-value coach tour. Enjoy the services of a professional guide, complete with walking tours of both the UK’s great university cities, as well as free time for shopping or sightseeing. Transport by modern, executive coach with WC Facilities Walking tour in Cambridge Walking tour in Oxford.

Day 6

Day free for shopping.

Day 7

Transfers to the Airport.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas Medical Insurance
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: United Kingdom of Great Britain
Capital City: London
Time Zone: GMT & – 5.5 IST
Language: English
Religion: Christianity
Currency: Pound sterling
ROE: 1 GBP approximately makes 92 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: The UK has a temperate climate. In general, this means that Britain gets cool, wet winters and warm, wet summers. It rarely features the extremes of heat or cold, drought or wind that are common in other climates. The weather conditions are also very changeable.
Shopping: British Tea. We’re going to jump straight in with this one. …Cadbury’s Chocolate. …A Miniature English Landmark Key Chain. …A Union Jack-Printed Item. …Buckingham Palace Merchandise. …Harrods’ Annual Teddy Bear. …A Unique Vintage Treasure. ISD Code: +33
Airport: The UK has over 40 commercial airports. Some are Aberdeen, Belfast International, Belfast City, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds, London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Luton, Manchester, and Newcastle.
Indian Restaurants:
Shahi Pakwaan -25 Aylmer Parade, Aylmer Rd, London N2 0PE, United Kingdom
Chettinad -16 Percy St, Bloomsbury, London W1T 1DT, United Kingdom
Benares -12a Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 6BS, United Kingdom
Dishoom Edinburgh – 3a St Andrew Square, Edinburgh EH2 2BD, United Kingdom
Mother India’s Café -3-5 Infirmary St, Edinburgh EH1 1LT, United Kingdom

General Information

Tea is by far the most popular drink among Brits. It is estimated that they drink on average 165 million cups of tea every day. The fun thing here is that in the US the tea consumption is 20 times lower.
Did you know that the first postage stamp was created in the UK? It was designed in May 1840 and it featured the figure of Queen Victoria.
The famous game of Golf was invented in Scotland and today is considered a national sport.
The UK is linked with the European continental land through the Channel Tunnel. At a distance of 21 miles, this road is the second-longest underground tunnel. It connects the city of Dover (England) and Calais (France).
Queen Elizabeth ascended the throne in 1953 and in 2015 her excellence became the longest-reigning Queen in the world.
The author of the Harry Potter series of books, J.K. Rowling was the writer to ever become a billionaire from her writing. In 2014, her total net worth reached $1 billion.
The British passport is issued in the name of the Queen. As such, her excellence doesn’t need to possess one.
Myths and legends involving monsters and mysterious creatures are popular stories in the UK. There are many people who have claimed they have witnessed such creatures in the past.


Indian National requires a UK visa to travel to the UK. Indian citizens need to apply for a UK visa. Visa is issued by the UK Consulate located in major cities. . You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary. Personal presence is a must for biometrics.
You can travel to Northern Ireland on the same visa provided you are entering Ireland from the UK.
Travel Insurance is advisable.
Never carry anything into the UK for somebody else.
Never bring prohibited goods into the UK. If in doubt ask at the Customs inquiry point.
Ensure you complete a landing card if you’re a non-EEA (European Economic Area) national.
Prohibited —-Do not bring any meat or dairy products from outside the European Union. There are also restrictions on other food products such as fish, eggs, and honey, as well as some fruit, vegetables, and plants (e.g. bulbs, seeds, cut flowers, and tree bark).
There are restrictions on the amount of tobacco, alcohol, and gifts
Never give false or misleading information. This may put you in trouble.
Carry umbrellas as the weather in the UK is very unpredictable.
Do not speak ill of the tube system in London. Every local is ferociously proud of and instinctively protective about
Don’t speak too loudly in Britain. It’s considered uncouth and boorish to do so, especially in public spaces.

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London Long Break