Month: January 2017

Team Building Activities the Whole Office Will Love

January 28, 2017 10:35 am Published by

Telling the office that you’re planning a team building day can result in groans rather than excitement at a new experience and quality time with colleagues. Many team building days focus on overcoming obstacles and setting tasks, rather than letting employees get to know each other a little better outside the work environment. Your employees work together as a team and overcome challenges every day, so why not give them an enjoyable team building day when they can relax, talk, and share a few laughs instead? Finding a good team building activity is incredibly difficult – the gym-goers in your office may be happy to go to a climbing wall or go ape adventure, but if half the office feels... View Article

What is the Best Way to See London?

January 21, 2017 10:31 am Published by

London has so much to see and experience, but what is the best way to do it? Whether you’re coming to London for the first time or just want to get to know your home a little better, you can get to know London a little better by taking in the sights. There are plenty of ways to see London and get around – from walking, to taking the public transport system, or taking an organised tour of the city. Here’s a roundup of our favourite ways to see the city and some pros and cons of each. Walking Through London Most of London’s attractions are concentrated in a small area in the centre of the city, so walking is... View Article

10 Unusual London Date Ideas

January 15, 2017 10:27 am Published by

Finding new and interesting things to do in London can be surprisingly difficult, especially if you’re trying to figure out something to do on a date. Don’t just spend your time staring at a screen or going to yet another pop up restaurant – here are some unusual date ideas that will give you some great conversation starters and help you get to know each other. The best part is all of these dates are under £30 per person! Be a Tourist in Your Own Town Living in London can mean that you start to take it for granted, or never really get to know the city apart from where you work and where friends live. Take a tour through... View Article

How Much Does it Cost to Buy Tickets for Every Attraction on a London Duck Tours Sightseeing Tour?

January 6, 2017 10:25 am Published by

Our Classic Sightseeing Tour takes you through the heart of London to see the City’s top landmarks. For just £26 you can see all of Central London’s top attractions from the road and the river. Some of our visitors are so intrigued by the attractions we talk about on the tour, they like to go and see them afterwards for a more in-depth look. Here are the ticket prices and details for the main attractions on the sightseeing tour. London Eye Standard entry to the London Eye costs £21.20 for a 30-minute rotation to see the London skyline. The entrance to the London Eye is just minutes from our office by foot. Houses of Parliament A guided tour of the... View Article

5 London Family Days Out for Under £75

January 6, 2017 10:20 am Published by

Finding fun family days out for a reasonable price can be difficult, even in London, when you want to do something more than just relaxing in one of the parks without breaking the bank. Here are a few of our favourite days out that cost under £75 (based on a family of 4, with 2 adults and 2 kids). The prices are based on a Saturday in summer so there’s no need to take a day off work to enjoy them. London Duck Tours – £75 family ticket A sightseeing tour is a great way to learn more about your home and teach the kids some history in the process. The Classic Sightseeing tour shows you all of the major... View Article

London’s Top Attractions in 2016

January 3, 2017 10:36 am Published by

London’s diversity and range of attractions can make it difficult to decide what you want to see – there’s just so much going on! TripAdvisor is the natural destination for people planning a London trip and deciding where to stay and what to see. If you want to do some sightseeing during your trip, there’s no better place to start than TripAdvisor’s top attractions, sights, and landmarks. Here are just a few that you can see in one day on a London Duck Tour. Tower of London Founded after the 1066 Norman Conquest, this palace and fortress has been a royal residence, a prison, an armoury, a treasury, home of the Royal Mint, and home to the Crown Jewels as... View Article