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London June 24 2010 - If the start of the famous English “Proms” season is music to your ears, then head to London for a traditionally classical break. Founded in 1895, the annual eight week concert season
runs this year from 16 July and features over 70 separate performances. If you find yourself inspired by all the music, take a free guided tour around the iconic Royal Albert Hall – home of many of the concerts with the London Sightseeing Pass for the last 70 years.
The Royal Albert Hall is one of the UK’s most treasured and distinctive buildings, recognizable the world over. Since it’s opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists from every kind of
performance genre have appeared on its stage. The Hall was named by Queen Victoria when she laid the foundation stone as a dedication to her deceased husband and consort Prince Albert. The London
Sightseeing Pass gives access to Royal Albert Hall and over 55 other top London attractions such as St Paul’s Cathedral, The Tower of London and The Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms. Users
have priority access at the busiest sites to avoid queues, a free guidebook and over 40 additional deals and discounts, making the London Sightseeing Pass the perfect money saver and the ideal way to explore the city’s premier attractions.
Check out all the activities on offer with the London Sightseeing Pass at www.londonpass.com. The website includes a London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as free gifts at Harrods and commission-free currency exchange.
For more information and to buy a London Pass visit www.londonpass.com.
Press information and images: Randi Leeds at Randi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Note to Editors: About Leisure Pass Group
Tourism specialist Leisure Pass Group creates and manages ‘smart card’ pass systems for cities around the world. The company was founded in 1998 and has established pass
products in cities including London, Paris and New York.
Additionally Leisure Pass Group provides the technology (the ‘Leisure Pass Operating System’ or LPOS) which powers other successful pass programmes, amongst which are the Stockholm
Card, the Great British Heritage Pass and the York Pass.