- Bringing a bit of extra excitement to that traditional English pastime
- This fab tour sees you snacking on scones as you navigate the Thames
The custom of taking afternoon tea originated with the Duchess of Bedford in the 1840s. Since then it has become a national trait that distinguishes the English around the world, and is usually accompanied by light sandwiches and other delicacies to nibble on. Tinggly love this pleasant and relaxing cruise along the Thames: the perfect way to see the sights of riverside London, escaping the hustle and bustle of the street.
As well as a generous platter of sandwiches, pastries and scones, your tea will be accompanied by some entertaining live music as well. Watch the capital drift by from your comfortable seat, catch up with friends or loved ones over a chocolate eclair, and indulge in this quintessentially English custom.