2006In one of our writing tests，I came across this sentence：
(In an email to a travel agent)
As a student at Oxford University，I'm writing for more information about the day tour to London.
My question is whether we can say 'a/the tour to someplace'. All dictionaries say 'a/the tour of/around/round someplace'. But there are a few in the corpuses with the use of 'to'. Are they good English?
I wouldn't say "tour to London"; it sounds odd. (like you are visiting the places on the way to London)
I would say ' trip to London' and 'tour of London.' Let's see what British native speakers say.
Could I ask native speakers to help me please? Thanks in advance.
Student or Learner