Hop-on-hop-off river cruise to Greenwich
Details: Camden Market visit
The old favourite, Camden Market, is back in fashion: grunge alongside modern, amusing trends in design: clothing, jewellery and Doc Martens. Enjoy mixing with London's punks and Goths - you can relax over a coffee or smoothie with a view of the canal. Camden lock was a busy place for the shipping business till it died out. This meant there were lots of big storage warehouses that were left empty when the boats left. It was into this space that in the 1970s the original Camden Market was born, as an arts and craft market. Since then it has blossomed and grown and now attracts crowds from all over the world and so has become a tourist attraction as well as a market.
Details: Greenwich tour director-led sightseeing
Following your cruise on the river Thames down to Greenwich, let your tour director take you on a walking tour of Greenwich located in South London. See historical sights including Greenwich Market, Old Royal Naval College, National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark tall ship and the world-famous Greenwich Royal Observatory. Enjoy some free time in one of London's greenest areas.
Details: Pie & mash dinner
Tonight for dinner enjoy a truly British authentic meal in a historical restaurant. In 1890 Albert Goddard founded the first pie and mash shop and one of his restaurants is still open today in Greenwich (since 1952). This traditional authentic working class meal is still very popular with the locals. Enjoy a pie (ground beef) with mashed potatoes and while you're waiting, try some jellied eels, typically served with Pie & Mash. Go on, give it a go!