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2 Hour Beatles Tour of London in a British Car

  • See the actual locations where the Beatles lived worked and made history
  • Discover the hidden gems that make the city so delightfully charming
  • Private, chauffeur driven classic Mini Cooper
  • Highly trained local guide

Their musical legacy needs no introduction. Their songs manage to transcend class,
gender and cred to inspire a generation. Even today, they still seem current -
timeless, the lyrics just as prolific as they were fifty years ago. People flock from all
over the world on a musical pilgrimage to see where they made history. You will be
placed right in the cover shot at the famous Abbey Road Studios crossing; die-hard
Beatles Fans always take their shoes off! What better way to see these iconic sights,
than from the very same perspective as the Fab Four. Paul, George, John and Ringo
all drove Minis! You can now travel just as they did and see where they filmed A Hard
Day’s Night, where they set up their first office, where Paul married Linda and where
they played their last ever gig – on the roof of Apple Studios on Saville Row.
Obviously you will be rocking out to a Beatles sound track throughout too!


2 hours

Height Restriction

No minimum height

No maximum height

Wheelchair Friendly


Maximum Weight

No maximum weight

Weather Dependent

Outdoor - Yes

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Animals Allowed

No Animals Allowed

Toilet facilities


Minimum Age

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Booking for 1-3 people

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About the provider

smallcarBIGCITY, London

Crowne plaza,
The city hotel (rear entrance),
Kingscote St London,
United Kingdom

Sightseeing experiences for distinguished travellers. Feel like a local in your restored classic Mini Cooper, with a passionate guide to show you the capital through the eyes of a Londoner. Listed the No1. Greatest Thing To Do In London in 2012 by Time OutMagazine.
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