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Just a four minute walk from Marble Arch, Hyde Park and Oxford Street, the Arch London boasts a prime location close to many of the capital’s best attractions, smartest shopping districts and top dining establishments.
As a city packed with some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, it can be overwhelming to see it all. To avoid missing out on any points of interest we’ve teamed up with the experts at Touriocity and Twizy Tours, to provide you with tour services that will allow you to see the best of London.
Delve into the wide variety of tours available HERE and prepare to experience everything from the famous residents of Marylebone, Sherlock & Jimi Hendrix to private tours of London at night. Alternatively, Touriocity can create a tailor made tour to suit your needs with free advice from their expert team, putting together a first-class London experience that you’ll be sharing for years to come.
Enjoy 10% off your Touriocity tour with our exclusive promotional code: Arch10 – available until 15th May 2018
Driving your very own London story, Twizy Tours allows you to explore the city at your own pace, nipping through the city streets in your very own electric Renault Twizy car, with sat Nav guiding the way and GPS pin pointed commentary along the way. Every experiences is produced by a BAFTA winning director and Hollywood music composer to ensure you’re in for a show stopping ride. Take a look at the selection of Twizy Tours available HERE and choose from a 45 amble to a 2 hour spectacular taking in all the sites .
Alternatively, we’ve put together these handy area guides below to help you plan your trip, including important information such as travel and transport.
One of the most famous shopping locations in the world, Oxford Street is located around the corner from The Arch and hosts everything from high street brands to high end wedding dresses.
A world-famous area, Hyde Park is one of the largest Royal Parks in London, covering some 350 acres. It often hosts events and is full of monuments and wildlife, and beautiful scenery.
Running between Oxford Street and Piccadilly, the area is split into two sections; Old Bond Street and New Bond Street and is world renowned for its wealth of elegant stores.
An affluent area, it extends roughly from Marylebone Road in the north to Oxford Street in the south, across to Edgware Road in the west and Great Portland Street in the east.