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Travel deals in and around London

Three sites in one day; Discounts galore; Sightseeing at night

Three sites in one day Experience some of the best of British history and architecture in a single day. Viator offers a guided bus tour, at just under $80 a person, that leaves from London and takes a loop to the southwest through Salisbury, Stonehenge, and Bath.viator.com

Discounts galore The London Pass provides discounts and free entrance to the city’s most popular sites, including Kensington Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Tower of London. Prices range from $74 for a single-day pass to $160 for six days.londonpass.com

Sightseeing at night London comes alive at twilight. See such sights as Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Big Ben, and Piccadilly Circus via Golden Tours’ open bus for $26 per person through September. The tour features a live guide.londontown.com

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