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Orange Vélodrome Stadium Tour
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Orange Vélodrome Stadium Tour

The Orange Vélodrome or Stade Vélodrome is located in Marseille in southern France and is home to lique 1 side Olympique de Marseille. The stadium has a capacity of just over 67,000 and has been used for various sports including football and Rugby Union.

Signal Iduna Park Stadium Tour
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Signal Iduna Park Stadium Tour

The Signal Iduna Park is located in Dortmund in Germany and home to Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund. It is the largest stadium in Germany with a capacity of just over 80,000 and opened in 1974.

Stamford Bridge Football Stadium Tour
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Stamford Bridge Football Stadium Tour

Stamford Bridge is the home of Premier League team Chelsea and located in the London suburb of Fulham. The capacity of the stadium is just over 40,000 which makes it very difficult to get tickets to weekly games.

Camp Nou Football Stadium and Museum
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Camp Nou Football Stadium and Museum

Camp Nou is the biggest stadium in Europe and home to Barcelona, the biggest football club in the World and Lionel Messi arguably the best player of all time. The Capacity is just over 99,000 and was built in 1957. The ground has hosted La Liga, World Cup Semi Finals, Champion Finals and 1992 Olympics. Prices for the ...

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Tower Bridge
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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge in London, on the Thames. It is near the Tower of London, which provides it its name and is now a famous image of London. The construction began in 1886 and took 8 years to develop. The bridge includes a couple of towers that are tied together by using 2 horizontal walkways that are ...

British Museum London
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British Museum London

Constructed in 1753, the British Museum is actually a museum of history and culture. The collections, that number in excess of 7 million objects, are among the biggest and most extensive on the planet and are derived from all continents, illustrating and also revealing the story of the human culture from its origins ...

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The London Eye
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The London Eye

The London Eye, located on the banks of the Thames river in London, is a massive, 136 meter (442 feet) high observation wheel holding thirty-two glass-walled capsules. It provides wonderful views over central London. The wheel doesn’t normally stop to take on the passengers since the rotation rate is quite slow to ...

Trafalgar Square London
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Trafalgar Square London

Trafalgar Square is a large city square commemorating the victory of Lord Nelson against Napoleon’s navy in 1805 at the Battle of Trafalgar. View Trafalgar Square Tours

London Houses of Parliament
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London Houses of Parliament

The Palace of Westminster (more commonly called the Houses of Parliament) happens to be the seat of Parliament within the UK. The existing building mainly dates from the nineteenth century while it was rebuilt following a fire. The House of Commons (the elected Parliament members) is situated to the building’s north ...

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London Westminster Abbey
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London Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is actually a huge, mainly Gothic church situated just to the western side of the Palace of Westminster. It’s probably the most notable religious building within the UK and is the traditional site of coronation as well as burial for the English and, later on, the British kings. Most of the existing ...

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Big Ben London
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Big Ben London

The 150 yr old Big Ben Clock Tower is one of the most iconic views of London and among the first places most new London travelers visit. The term Big Ben does not refer to the clock tower, but to the bell located inside the tower and gets its name from the person who first ordered that bell, whose name was Sir ...

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