London Sightseeing Tour – The Classic Mini Cooper Way

The Car is Small but the Experience is Unforgetable:

Classic-Mini-Cooper-London-tour Follow Me on Pinterest

Classic Mini Cooper London Tour

You know about the Big Red London Sightseeing Bus, but did you know that there is now a more thrilling way of sightseeing in London – a London sightseeing tour in a Classic Mini Cooper.

A Private London Sightseeing Tour

Hop into your very own Classic Mini Cooper and discover the diverse city of London in swinging sixties style!  Your personal and charming British guide will escort you around famous London sights such as the London Eye, the Tower of London, the Royal Palaces and the famous West End theater district.

On your bespoke private London sightseeing tour you will discover London’s main sights accompanied by interesting stories and information from your personal driver.  The tour will also take you through the ancient streets of London and your driver will fill you in with bits of secrets along the way.  You can of course ask as many questions as you like, including finding out the best places to eat, where to shop or where the latest entertainment hotspots are.

A Nostalgic Sixties Tour

With the combination of a stylish car and some of the most iconic sights in London, this Classic Mini Cooper tour brings back the memorable 1960s.

The Classic Mini Cooper tour will let you learn more about destinations that helped shape the music, politics and fashion whether it be Abbey Road, Notting Hill or Carnaby Street.  To set the mood, your driver will be decked out in 60’s fashion and you are accompanied by a swinging sixties soundtrack.

Each car can carry a maximum of three passengers, but don’t worry, if there are more of you travelling – you can even book a fleet of Minis, making this adventure even more fun!  For departure times and how to book, see HERE.

Leave me a comment below to share your thoughts with me.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>