Love Actually and Rom-Com London Locations Tour
Follow your heart’s desire on the Love Actually and Rom-Com London Locations Tour. See the parts of London that feature in some of your favourite romantic movies.
For many years, England’s capital has inspired many different love stories. Quirky characters have roamed its streets, desperately seeking a soulmate. Meet-cutes have happened in all manner of its coffee shops, museums and tube stations. And emotional romantic embraces have taken place in front of its many scenic backdrops. Now you have the chance to visit all of these iconic sites, and maybe even start a love story of your own.
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Explore the romantic side of London.
On the Love Actually and Rom-Com London Locations Tour, a mini coach will take you to all of the famous filming locations around the city. Like Somerset House! This architecturally magnificent building along the Strand features prominently in Love Actually. And why wouldn’t it? It’s yearly ice-skating rink and picturesque surroundings make it the perfect place for true love to blossom!
There are plenty more Love Actually locations to see too! You’ll visit Grosvenor Chapel, where Peter and Juliet get married at the start of the movie. We later see the couple living in St Lukes Mews, a pink painted house in Notting Hill. This is another top attraction for Love Actually fans.
Some of London’s famous landmarks make significant appearances throughout the movie too. We see Alan Rickman’s Harry shop for a Christmas present in the world-renowned Selfridges department store. And of course, 10 Downing Street also plays a big role as the home Hugh Grant’s Prime Minister. In real life though, the production crew weren’t allowed to film at the actual Downing Street. Instead, a replica set was made at 102 Poplar Road.
Of course, London is home to many other rom-coms too.
The Bridget Jones movies all take place around the London neighbourhood of Borough. Many locations from the area, including the famous Borough Market, show up throughout the series. Notting Hill also features a lot of locations from around, you guessed it, Notting Hill.
London’s famous Tube stations feature throughout About Time, Man Up, and Sliding Doors too. While the tennis-themed love story Wimbledon also makes use of its namesake’s spectacular surroundings.
As well as dropping by famous filming locations, this tour will also give you the chance to see the very best of London. Your guide will make sure to show you some of the city’s most interesting sites. Like Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Trafalgar Square! Taking in all parts of this amazing city, you will see why it has inspired so many cinematic romances!