Is there anything that screams “London” more than good Afternoon Tea and red double-decker bus? And what if we combine those two things?
It happens that someone already did!
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Afternoon Tea Bus – London Tour
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Imagine yourself sipping some tea on the top of red double-decker (of course decorated with flowers inside), you are nibbling some savoury & sweet snacks and to top all of that, you are riding around London streets with views on the most iconic spots.
You are passing Marble Arch. Another bite of salmon sandwich – Trafalgar Square. Sip of hot tea, and you can see Big Ben outside your window (fully covered now, because of the renovation process, but still!).
Besides that, you’ll pass the world’s most famous luxury department store – Harrods, Buckingham Palace or The Royal Albert Hall. I’ve attached beautiful illustrated map of this journey below.
Isn’t it genius?!
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It’s a perfect way to celebrate any occassion – birthday, anniversaries, graduation, whatever you like. I would also recommend this Afternoon Tea for a date or fancy evening with a friend. Or as a tourist – combine sightseeing with nice meal. It’s always better to wander around with a cup of coffee and cupcake in your hand while sitting comfortably inside ths double-decker.
Besides the tea, you can of course choose coffee or… prosecco! Cheers to the good moments in life!
They also offer themed Afternoon Teas – for Valentines Day, Mothers Day, Easter, Haloween, Christmas and much more.
Oh, and that’s not all – there are vegetarian, vegan, gluten free & halal options – everyone will find something for themselves.
Okay… how much?
For this fancy London Tour with snacks you’ll need to pay at least 47 GBP per person. The price can depend on the date of your booking, occasion and mostly on the seating – the most expensive seats are the VIP ones on the front of the top deck. You can say that it’s pretty expensive, but remember that you are not paying only for the snacks but whole experience. And in my humble opinion it’s definitely worth it! You need to try it, at least once in a lifetime.
You can book your experience on Brigit’s Bakery page by clicking here.
Since I saw this pretty big, red bus with cheerful people inside on the London streets, I immediately added it to my London to-do list. Finally, I had a chance to experience it – and we were truly delighted.
When this experience is coming to an end, you can keep keep your travel mug – it’s pretty light and cute – I already took it with me couple of time when I was in a rush and didn’t drink any coffee at home.
If you fancy trying those titbits before jumping on the double-decker, you can always visit Brigit’s Bakery cave in Covent Garden (specific address: 6-7 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4HU).
I’ve had the pleasure to take part in this experience during creating photo materials for Brigit’s Bakery by Adwaiz.