Explore Anglo-Indian London – 1 Day Tour


  • See famous Indian landmarks
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch at a top Indian restaurant
  • Learn about important figures in the India-UK relationship
  • Explore London with a professional guide

Learn About the History of the India-UK Relationship on this Half Day Tour

This private tour offers you the chance to see the landmarks and locations around London that are meaningful to the India-UK relationship and to learn about the merged history of the two countries.

Stop 1 – Tata Steel HQ, Grosvenor Place
One of the largest steel-producing companies in the entire world, Tata Steel is an Indian juggernaut. Founded in 1868, the company has an annual crude steel capacity of 35 million tonnes and has operations and commercial presence across the globe. On this tour, you will stop by the Tata Steel HQ and learn about the impressive company.

Stop 2 – St James’ Court, A Taj Hotel
Owned by Tata Steel, St James’ Court, A Taj Hotel is a magnificent Victorian masterpiece in the heart of Central London – close to Buckingham Palace – the hotel is famed for hosting an array of famous guests and its stunning décor. You will stop by the incredible hotel and experience its classic beauty.

Stop 3 – Parliament Square
Stopping in Parliament Square, you will see one of the famous Mahatma Gandhi statues. While admiring the workmanship, your tour guide will provide you with interesting facts about Gandhi and his role in the relationship between India and the UK.

Stop 4 – Whitehall
Your next stop will be in Whitehall where you will see The Cenotaph. Sometimes called the ‘empty tomb’ in Greek, it is a memorial for all those who died during the First World War with no known grave. The site is the National Service of Remembrance every November. While in Whitehall you will also get to see the government buildings designed by famous architect George Gilbert Scott. Not only did Scott design the Home and Colonial Offices and Foreign and India Offices, but he also designed Mumbai University. Here, you will learn about this talented man and his connections between the two countries.

Stop 5 – Veeraswamy restaurant
Visit the UK’s oldest Indian restaurant. Overlooking Regent Street, the restaurant was established in 1926 and has a long and rich history. From the luxurious ornate interiors to delicious authentic Indian cuisine, there is a reason the restaurant has enjoyed such longevity in the city.

Stop 6 – Gandhi statue Tavistock Square
Next, you will head to another Gandhi statue at Tavistock Square and learn more about his experience studying law at University College London from 1888 to 1891.

Stop 7 – Indian High Commission building
During this stop, you will see the Indian High Commission building and the Nehru bust in India Place.

Stop 8 – Guildhall
This stop involves a presentation of the Guildhall frontage – which is in Hindoo Gothic architectural style.

Stop 9 – Buckingham Palace
The final stop of the tour is an iconic one. Heading to Buckingham Palace, you will learn about Queen Victoria’s connection with India, her jewels, and the Empress of India.

Please Note
This is a sample itinerary. The tour can be tailored to suit your specific requirements.

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Explore Anglo-Indian London – 1 Day Tour

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