5 Unique Ways to Enjoy Iconic Parts of London

  1. Have Dinner on a Bus

The double decker buses are a quintessential part of London transportation and iconography, but have you ever thought having a full-course meal on one? One company offers a 6-course dinner on one of the buses while taking attendees on a tour of all the London tourist attractions.

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  1. Hot Tub on the Thames

The River Thames runs right through the heart of London and is an iconic figure of London tourism. Boat tours are held on the river daily, taking you past all the tourist sites from the comfort of the water. However, this company takes the boat tour to a new level by putting attendees into a hot tub boat. Enjoy the river from the relaxing jacuzzi as you enjoy a self-guided tour of the iconic River Thames.

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  1. Become a Street Artist

Street art is an essential part of the London experience (especially in Shoreditch!). There are countless walking tours that take you by some of the best graffiti that London has to offer. But to make things a little more interesting, get your creativity flowing and hands dirty with a street art workshop. This experience will take you on the tour of different street art in London’s east end and end with you becoming a street artist yourself.

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  1. Learn all of London’s Spy Secrets

Secrecy surrounding spy culture runs rampant, but little know the truth of the real-life James Bond figures. Take a tour through London’s famous Bond Street and end up in Trafalgar Square and seek out all of the secret underground tunnels and learn about the Cambridge Five and all the other spy mysteries that London has to offer.

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  1. Fly Through Regents Park

London is famous for the many beautiful parks that can be found in almost any part of the city. Why just take a walk through one when you can fly high above the park? Take part in a thrilling experience in Regents Park and learn how to trapeze and fly through the air of one of London’s famous green spaces.

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