• A three hour London tour with a professional guide and mini coach transport
• See movie locations from 'Love Actually' movie' as well as 'Bridget Jones', 'Sliding Doors', 'Wimbledon', 'About Time' and many more
• Get a picture in front of the blue door from Notting Hill
• See the locations were Daniel Cleaver and Mark Darcy fight in the first two Bridget Jones movies
• See where Bridget Jones lived in all three films
• See sites from Richard Curtis's final romantic comedy 'About Time'
• You will be in a group of up to 25 on the day
What Can I Expect
If you love your rom-coms you’ll love this Love Actually Rom Com tour that includes favourite filming locations from the Bridget Jones movies and a whole host of other romantic comedy films too! These three-hour tours are hosted by an expert guide and transport around the capital is by mini coach.
From being all weepy over that moment Mark silently declares his love for Juliet using cue cards outside her Notting Hill mews house, to the joy at seeing where the Notting Hill bookshop run by William in the film of the same name was, these tours have got all the best bits from the best-loved romantic films of the recent past.
Helen Fielding’s hapless heroine Bridget Jones captured the hearts of every 30-something working woman and this tour brings some of those brilliant bits from the films alive. Who could forget the glorious moment the Mark and Daniel spat inside the Greek restaurant spills out into the streets around London Bridge? And we all felt for Bridget when she wandered glumly around Borough Market after discovering dastardly, yet irresistible Daniel was seeing ‘Lara from the New York office’. Boo!
As well as the impossibly romantic moments, the comic scenes also feature on this London tour. You’ve got to love actor Bill Nighy’s portrayal of Billy Mack and his determination to record a naff Christmas single - that was all shot in recording studios on Ladbroke Grove, as you’ll find out.
Then there’s the door. The blue front door that was the entrance to floppy-haired William’s studio flat. In real life, far from being a poky flat, the door led to the rather plush London abode of film writer and director Richard Curtis, the man behind many of the romantic comedies included in this tour. The original door was auctioned off for charity, but the replacement is a very satisfying blue colour too, thank goodness!
All tours give you plenty of time to stop and take selfies in front of all these iconic buildings and film locations. And in between time, when you’re sitting on the mini coach, you’re treated to playbacks of scenes from the films featuring the next things you’re going to stop off at on the tour. And if you think you know your romcoms, just wait until you meet your Bridget Jones tour guide who’ll be accompanying you - they know everything, right down to classic lines from the scripts and the song lyrics too!
• Selected Saturdays at starting at 10am
• Minimum age 16
• Not suitable for spectators
Anything Else I Need To Know?
• Meet at Holland Park Tube Station
• Ends at St Pauls Station