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The Magic of London’s Christmas Lights!

There is nothing like the sparkle of London’s famous Christmas Lights to give our capital city an instant festive makeover!

London’s traditional Christmas decorations are normally enjoyed by locals and tourists alike – but will be a staycation experience without the regular inbound tourism this time around. For a bit of history, click here.

In a year like no other, perhaps there will be more space to enjoy the 2020 spectacular light show! What better way than to soak in our winter light festival than with an accredited London tour guide – in a traditional London Black Cab. Guides are also all great story tellers of history, culture, movie site locations, ghosts and secrets!

Give the gift of safe-sightseeing this Christmas and book your tour!

Check out the scenery you can experience first-hand in our customizable Christmas tours.

Regent Street (since 1954) and Oxford Street (since 1959) are always the main ‘must sees’ – but in recent decades other London streets have been festooned with thousands of lights and giant baubles.
Marylebone High Street’s illuminations are set in an atmospheric location (known locally as Marylebone Village), with joyous shop windows complimenting the amazing display lighting up the street.
Close by, the dazzling peacocks with feathers have become a popular feature soaring above Mayfair’s high-end stores in Bond Street.
Perhaps one of the more photogenic attractions are the walk-through glowing ice arches on South Molten Street, another exclusive Christmas shopping hub.
Fashionable Carnaby Street takes the theme of ‘Choose Love’ this season, with positive wording glittering in neon pink light boxes overhead.
An elegant display of twinkles festoon above the elegant Saville Row, which brilliantly brighten up those fashion houses just off Regent Street.
The ‘starry night’ theme at Seven Dials is just a short hop from the towering Christmas tree in Covent Garden, its hall decked with gigantic mistletoe.
There are giant sparkling LED banners which transform from rainbows, before your very eyes above Motcomb Street in Belgravia.
In time-honoured tradition, Trafalgar Square, a tree from a Norwegian forest provides a majestic setting in London’s most central of locations, and has done each year since 1947.

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Your health and safety are our top priorities at Black Cab Heritage Tours. We've implemented the following special measures to keep you safe both during and after your tour:

Private Tours: London Black Cabs have a maximum seating capacity for up to 6 guests in a private setting. This capacity is ideal for couples and small family groups.

Stringent Cleaning: Each guide sanitises their black cab with disinfectant cleaning agents after each tour activity. The passenger area has separately controlled air-conditioning. Driver Guides wash and sanitise their hands on a frequent basis throughout the day. In addition, hand sanitizer is available to all guests.

Social Distancing: A transparent partition screen provides a private passenger compartment, providing a safe space for guests. This exceeds the current 2 metres minimum distance based on UK Government guidelines. Our drivers promote panoramic sightseeing in the safest and cleanest form of London transport. Presentation stops are conducted in quiet open air locations, away from crowded hot spots.