London’s sightseeing buses do a great job in providing accessibility for all on their vehicles, and now this service extends to dogs!
That’s right, the K9 sightseeing tour is now up and running, with dogs and their owners both invited along for the ride. It’s the brainchild of MORE TH>N, and whisks dogs along to the best parks the capital has to offer, as well as walking spots in the city centre.
On the whistle stop tour’s map are Hyde Park, the nearby Green Park and Kensington Palace Gardens, all just a short distance away from famous London landmarks such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.
Trips will certainly have an emphasis on ‘man’s best friend’, with a running commentary throughout the journey which provides nuggets of information on the canine history of the city.
Organisers give owners the chance to go and spend some quality walking time with their furry friends at each stop, and even advise them on pubs which are dog friendly in the area.
More than claim that the offering holds the title of the first ever city bus tour which has been purposefully designed for dogs, and it is likely that the tour will appeal to both Londoners and visitors from out of town who wish to bring their pet.