If you’re looking for a unique way to see London and don’t fancy walking or an open t op bus, why not consider employing some pedal power and trying out one of the city’s increasingly popular bike tours?
Bike tours will typically take you through different parties of the city and they’ll usually include some of London’s most iconic areas. What’s great about a bike tour is you can cover more ground than you would on foot but get closer and have more freedom than on a bus tour? In short, trying a bike tour during your stay at the Montcalm Royal London House is a fantastic way to see the city from a new perspective! Here are some of the best:
The Alternative London Bike Tour is ideal if you’re looking for a tour that takes you to the lesser seen parts of the city and to places where the other tours don’t go. The tour ventures into the East End to give riders an insight into its history and culture. Plus, there’s a great selection of street art to see and beautiful rides along scenic canals. It’s easily accessible from the Montcalm Royal London House.
Twilight Bike Tour
Ever wanted to explore London after dark? Head away from the hotels near Old Street Station and check out the Twilight Bike Tour. The Twilight Bike Tour takes you through London’s East End once the crowds have dispersed and the shops have closed to expose some of London’s finest street art, including works by Banksy.
Grand Bike Tour of London
The Grand Bike Tour of London is one of the most popular and if you’re staying at The Montcalm Royal London House, it’s well worth checking out. This tour allows riders to get up close and personal with some of London’s top sights and attractions including Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, The London Eye and Big Ben. It incorporates some of London’s main roads and hidden streets, most of which won’t be experienced on a tour bus. The Grand Bike Tour of London really shows off London at its best.
Secret Bike Tour of London
See a different side to London on the Secret Bike Tour. The route follows riverside roads and canal-side pathways as well as cycle lanes, back streets and hidden passageways; it’s a great mixture of some of London’s best places to cycle. Riders will head passed City Hall, Borough Market, Brick Lane and more. You may even venture near to The Montcalm Royal London House.
Royal London Bike Tour
If there’s one thing London has a lot of, it’s royal sights. On the Royal London Bike Tour riders will be taken to the most interesting and iconic parts of Royal London, whilst hearing a range of anecdotes and stories from history. This tour is ideal for anyone who has an interest in history and London’s royal connections.
Whether you’re wanting to check out street art or immerse yourself in royal history, there’s sure to be a tour that ticks all of the boxes.