2012 London Olympics: Bike Tour of Olympic Park and East London
Starting from South Bank in Central London, your journey will take you past some of London’s most famous attractions along the Thames, including Tate Modern Art Gallery, Tower Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, Borough Market and London Bridge.
Stop for lunch ( at your own expense) at Europe’s largest shopping mall, with glorious views of Olympic Park and its venues. Throughout your tour, your guide will explain the history of East London and the legacy that these games will leave for London.
On the way back you will pass Victoria Park, Regents Canal and Brick Lane before your ride ends at South Bank. In total, your tour distance is approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) of easy to moderate cycling.
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Olympic Park, London
- Bike tour
- Bicycle rental
- Use of helmet (on request)
- Local guide
- Entrance fees
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- This tour is not strenuous however you must be able to ride a bicycle
- Not recommended for child aged 10 and under
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
Reviewed by: NathanB, October 2012
Awesome tour at must do. You get to see a lot of the standard tourist sites like St Paul´s but you get off the beaten track and find canals and inlets you´d nver see otherwise. A full day´s riding but in reality not very hard and it is mostly flat. Guide was excellent. Try to go on Sunday as then Brick Lane will have it´s market on.
Reviewed by: Lea S, October 2012
Enjoy the tour good way of getting around London, some of the lanes and alleys are a bit uneven so you need to be careful.