The Best Way to Tour Central London? Picnicking in a Classic Bus 2-Story Converted in Tea Salon

As a fanatical person (very fanatical) London, sometimes I have the feeling that one day the city is going end: that already have seen it, experienced and tour everything. Of course, that this idea just occurs to me when I forget that London is renewed every day and every crazy idea that will probably never happen us, there already exists. The last one we have known? A classic red double-decker bus turned into luxury tea room.

Afternoon Tea Bus Tour is the brainchild of B Bakery, a chain specializing in afternoon teas of luxury (other options are a picnic or a boat ride on the Thames). Consists in a tour through the Centre of London, contemplating its most recognizable icons (Big Ben, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus or Trafalgar Square), as tasted a selection of teas with sandwiches, toast, pastries and cakes.

The tour lasts about an hour and half (depends on a little traffic) and can be booked by clicking here. It is also possible to rent it whole, or only one of the two plants, for private events. The price ranges from 59 pounds (68.5 euro) seat VIP (the front of the upstairs) and the 47,50 the rest of squares (55,15 euros).

See the most beautiful London comfortably sitting, snack French pastries with English tea and a vintage bus? I think I’ll go by the flight booking…