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Even though we are a bespoke tour company, whereby you can construct your own tour, and if there is anywhere you like to go in particular within London, Classic City Tours is here to help you!    

We have however designed three ready made tours for your convenience. We aim to help!

Visit our gallery to chose the perfect Classic Car for your stylish city tour.



Super value at only £39.95 per person including complimentary glass of champagne.



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How does a bespoke tour work? Well you decide which places of interest you would like to see, within a three mile radius, then we will give you an estimated price and work out the best possible route for you.   



 Classic car tour of London








Highlights of London: 2 hour tour from £300

Explore the sights of London in a classic convertible Morris Minor with a driver and a London Blue Badge Guide.

Let us show you the famous sights of this city in style, meeting you in your central London Hotel and taking you on a journey through the 2000 years of London's history.

From the sights of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace to several of the bridges over the River Thames, the London Eye and the Square Mile.

Taking in sights such as St Paul's Cathedral - the masterpiece of Christopher Wren to grim tales of execution in the Tower of London and the magnificent Tower Bridge. 


Royal Westminster: Half Day £525 

We will meet you with our Morris Minor convertible with a professional driver and a London Blue Badge Guide.

We will take on a journey around:

Entry to Westminster Abbey* or St. Paul cathedral are at additional charges for ticket entry. 

*(When open)


London in a Day: Full day £695

We will meet you in our Morris Minor convertible with a professional driver and a London Blue Badge Guide.

This tour will include both ‘Highlights of London’ and ‘Royal Westminster’ tours (described above) then stop for lunch in a historic London Pub or restaurant*, the tour will then continue to:

And other hidden gems of London.

Entry to Westminster Abbey* or St. Paul cathedral are at additional charges for ticket entry. 

Meals are not included and charged accordingly by the establishment if required.

*(When open)




One of our friendly chauffeurs will collect you from the Royal Gardens Hotel, situated in Kensington. They will then take you on this one hour tour around some of London's most historically important buildings.  

Buckingham Palace   

Buckingham Palace, the Queens London residence and office, is known internationally and is steeped in history. Located in the City of Westminster, the palace is a setting for state occasions and royal hospitality. It has been a focus for the British people at times of national rejoicing and crisis.    

Originally known as Buckingham House, the building which forms the core of today's palace was a large town-house, built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705 on a site which had been in private ownership for at least 150 years. It was subsequently acquired by George in 1761, as a private residence for Queen Charlotte, and known as "The Queen's House". During the 19th century, it was enlarged, principally by architects John Nash and Edward Blore, forming three wings around a central courtyard. Buckingham Palace finally became the official royal palace of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837.    

Spencer House

Spencer House is a 18th century mansion, built in 1756, commissioned by John, the 1st Earl Spencer. The Earl needed a large Mansion House in London, to establish his status and position.  

The architect chosen by the Earl was John Vardy, who had studied under William Kent. Vardy is responsible for the outward appearance of the mansion that we see today.


The Albert Memorial   

The Albert Memorial situated in Kensington Gardens. It was commissioned by Queen Victoria in in memory of her beloved husband, Prince Albert, when he died of typhoid on 4th December 1861. The memorial was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott in the 'Gothic Revival'. It was then finally seated in 1875.  

The memorial is 176 feet (54m) tall, took over ten years to complete, and cost £120,000 (approx. £10,000 today).  

National Gallery  

The National Gallery contains the largest collection of western European paintings in the world. More than 2,300 paintings encompass the years between 1250 – 1900.  

The collection includes the work of artists such as Monet, Rembrandt, and Leonardo da Vinci. The entire collection is on display in four wings on the main floor where they are arranged by period: 1250-1500, 1500-1600, 1600-1700, and 1700-1900. Paintings are also displayed on a lower floor. To help the visitor manage the large number of paintings and galleries, various trails and audio guides are provided.   

St Martin-in-the-Fields  

St Martin- in-the-Fields is of the Church of England, in religious denomination. It's extraordinary architecture and prominence, makes it a landmark. 

The is no official reference to the church on the site of St Martin's until Norman times, when in 1222 there was a dispute reported between William, Abbot of Westminster and Eustace , Bishop of London on the Bishop's authority over the church, the Archbishop of Canterbury chose the abbot and St Martins, then surrounded fields, seems to have been used by the monks of Westminster.   


Classic City Tours, hope that we will be able to help you appreciate the beautiful city of London and give you the knowledge and insight into which of the exciting, historical, places of interest you would like to explore more in depth.  








This tour is to give you an idea of some of the best shopping areas London has to offer. We will concentrate on the most popular and exciting area's, from High Street shopping to the more exclusive and famous shops in London. We'll also show you some of the best places to eat.

One of our friendly chauffeurs will collect you from outside the Stratton Street, in Green Park (W1J 8LT), then after this 1 hour tour, you will be dropped off at the same point.


The two most famous shops in Knightsbridge are Harrods and Harvey Nichols, there are however many exclusive designer boutiques to seek and explore.  

Harrods, situated on Brompton Road, is one of the most famous department stores in the world, a landmark. Much of the interior is beautifully decorated. Be sure to visit the Food Hall, with its marvellous décor and sumptuous and costly offerings. The store has a pretty famous Winter sale, which is always opened by a celebrity, starting a few days after Christmas and goes on into January, which is a handy time for grabbing a bargain!   

Unlike any other department store in London, you must adhere to a strict dress code where ripped jeans and rucksacks are not permitted. 

Harvey Nichols is generally considered the more fashionable and less formal neighbour to Harrods. Smaller in size and with fewer departments, there’s still plenty of designer goods. The fifth floor is home to a superb food hall and restaurant, bar & café. 


Fortnum & Mason is recognised internationally, for it's high quality goods and its iconic British symbol. It has also held many Royal Warrants for the past 150 years. 

Spread over six floors, the merchandise sold ranges between high quality groceries, to beauty a la carte. You will also find tea and coffee, confectionery, biscuits, cakes, patisserie, freshly baked goods from our in-store bakery and our considerable range of honey and preserves. Here, too, are the Gallery and Fountain Restaurants, offering delicious food and drink just a few steps from the shop floor. 

In the same vicinity, is the Ritz Hotel famous for their afternoon teas. Tea at the Ritz Hotel has become tradition, with a membership to the Tea Councils prestigious Guild. It also boasts of having 17 different loose leaf teas available. 

The traditional English Tea Menu includes freshly cut sandwiches with smoked salmon, cucumber, egg mayonnaise, roast ham and Cheddar cheese fillings. The finger sandwiches are served on a three tier stand, together with freshly baked apple and raisin scones with strawberry preserve and clotted Devonshire cream, followed by a delicious assortment of afternoon tea cakes and pastries. 


Oxford and Regent Street   

Oxford and Regent are two of the most busy shopping areas in Britain today. They bursting at the seams with popular high street shops, but also have internationally known department stores such as Selfridges and Liberty of Regent Street. 

Selfridges in itself is a landmark building, situated on Oxford street, which is a high end department store. This store is packed with luxurious cosmetics, designer clothes and accessories, books, designer furnishings and jewellery. It also has restaurants and cafés. 

Liberty of Regent Street, founded in 1875, is one of the oldest stores in London today, recognizable by its Tudor style façade. This store has the most wonderful merchandise. Inside will remind you of a very upmarket indoor bazaar. It has tasteful objets d'art, luxurious fabrics, high end designer clothing, perfumes and cosmetics.

Bond Street 

Bond Street is a major shopping street in the West end of London,that runs North to South through Mayfair between Oxford street an Piccadilly. It has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is currently the home of many high end, designer fashion shops. The southern section is known as Old Bond Street, and the northern section, which is rather more than half the total length, is known as New Bond Street. It is also one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. 

Classic City Tours hope that this tour will give you an insight into the variety and quality, London shops have to offer. So what are you waiting for, go shopping, fellow shopaholics! 







Weekend and evening tours, from 9.30pm to 10.30pm.

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Experience the beautiful sights of London by night, in one of Classic City Tours' gorgeous Morris Minor convertibles. London becomes a different place by night, the atmosphere becomes even more exciting than it is in the day.   

See the following amazing sights by night: 

You will feel that the buildings come to life with the strategically placed lighting. There will be photo opportunities, so don't forget your camera. 

One of our friendly chauffeurs will collect you from outside the Stratton Street, in Green Park (W1J 8LT), then after this 1 hour tour, you will be dropped off at the same point.









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