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Hi Got my cousins who I haven't seen in 15 years coming to visit London, (they have never been before). I am sure they want to see Madame Tussauds, London Eye, Kew Gardens etc Can anyone advi…
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1d, 4m agoPosted 1 decade, 4 months ago
Hi

Got my cousins who I haven't seen in 15 years coming to visit London, (they have never been before).

I am sure they want to see Madame Tussauds, London Eye, Kew Gardens etc

Can anyone advise somewhere (preferably online) where I can book all this stuff now and leave out all the queueing in the rain?

Also can anyone recommend a good coach/tour company to go Stratford Upon Avon to do the Shakespeare stuff?

Thanks in advance!
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1d, 4m agoPosted 1 decade, 4 months ago
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#1
One thing I'd suggest is getting an Oyster card for each of them - the cheapest way to travel around London and there are many 2 for one entry offers.

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/fares-tickets/oyster/deals/index.asp has more info.

Can't help re. Stratford - I've driven the few times I went there...
#2
In cases like this I find it's useful to look at the local papers for information:
http://www.stratford-herald.co.uk/visitorguide.php

There is a complete .pdf guide to staying in Stratford to download and a telephone number to call which you could use to ask about tour companies.

HTH
#3
Have a look at [url]www.2for1entry.co.uk[/url] to print out tickets .
#4
As advised earlier, an oyster card is essential for each travelling person, which can be attained completely free of charge.

I'd also recommend checking out a website called [url]www.lastminute.com[/url] here you will find loads of attractions for anything to do with london and much more.

Here's the link for complete list of days out in london and all at the lowest possible prices: http://www.lastminute.com/site/entertainment/daysout/product_list.html?CATID=99580

Please find Madame Taussades at a heavily discounted price at the following link http://www.lastminute.com/lmn/pso/catalog/Product.jhtml?POSITION=1&PRODID=410135795&CATID=99580

Also if you want to go on the London Eye, i'd highly recommend a cruise along the river thames package, as it will only cost a few additional pounds to see the london eye and the river cruise but you'll go on a guided boat tour along with a tour guide, explaining the history of londons most famous landmarks as you pass them.
If you're interested, this can be found with this link: http://www.lastminute.com/lmn/pso/catalog/Product.jhtml?POSITION=1&PRODID=445033794&CATID=99580

I'd also highly recommend you end the evening at a london restaurant at [url]www.toptable.co.uk[/url]
Here you will find any restaurant you're looking for, which you can book online and get massive discounts of upto 50% of many places.
You will find reviews from 100's of regular visitors, as well as a video sequence of the dining facilities and it's completely free to join.

I hope you found all that helpful, it's perfect for a great time out and keeping your expenses to a budget :)

P.S please don't forget to give me some rep if you found this helpful
#5
bookshifter
Hi

Got my cousins who I haven't seen in 15 years coming to visit London, (they have never been before).

I am sure they want to see Madame Tussauds, London Eye, Kew Gardens etc

Can anyone advise somewhere (preferably online) where I can book all this stuff now and leave out all the queueing in the rain?

Also can anyone recommend a good coach/tour company to go Stratford Upon Avon to do the Shakespeare stuff?

Thanks in advance!


You might want to have a look at tripadvisor.com... Have a great visit. :-D
#6
Why did i receive negative feedback for that post....... i actually spent quite a bit of time looking around sites and getting the direct links to save the OP some time :-(

I thought i was being helpful anyway :cry:
#7
As advised earlier, an oyster card is essential for each travelling person, which can be attained completely free of charge. [my emphasis]


How do you get a free OysterCard? I had to pay a deposit on mine :-( Only a few pounds but every little helps :-)

Cheers!

By the way, I don't know why you got negative feedback - I found some interesting bits and pieces in your posting.

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