We provide half day private tours to the following attractions. We can also provide customised tours as you require, please email us with your requirements. These half day private tours are designed for London or Heathrow hotel pick ups or for passengers who have a layover at London airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and London City airport.
We offer private tours with our suggested itinerary as well as customised tours of your choice. All our private tours are for private individuals and small groups in your choice of vehicle. We will collect you from any hotel or private address in London or any of London airports and also drop you at your chosen destination after your tour.
London Half Day Tour
Our half day London Tour is designed for you to see the highlights of London in a luxury vehicle. We will start with a panoramic tour of some of London's attractions stopping for photographs.
Your tour will start by driving to Parliament Square where you will able to see Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament; we will stop here for a short time to allow you to take photos before moving on to the Tower of London, again for photos. We will then travel to St Paul’s Cathedral.
Finally, we will head to Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard which takes place at 11:30. The handover is accompanied by a Guards band as they march from St. James Palace to Buckingham Palace.
Windsor Castle Tour
Windsor Castle is situated above the River Thames on a hill and has a royal history that dates back over 900 years. Monarchs have continuously made Windsor Castle their home right back to William the Conqueror up to the present day with Queen Elizabeth II. At Windsor Castle, the largest continuously occupied castle in the world, you will be able to view the famous Queen Marys Doll House, the state apartments, view the royal collections, and St. George's Chapel. Windsor is also famous for its traditional shops, market and pubs. If you do not wish to visit the castle Eton College is just a walk away across the bridge, which has had many famous students including Prince William, Prince Harry and many others including David Cameron. You can also wander around the town, view the castle from the outside and take the leisurely river cruise.
The most famous prehistoric monument in the world and a World Heritage site dated back to nearly 5,000 years ago. This monument has remained a mystery since its construction thousands of years ago.To this day we are not sure how Stonehenge was built or what it was used for. It could be a temple of the Druids of Celtic religion, a cemetery from the Bronze Age, an observatory of the moon or even an astronomical clock.
On arrival at Bath, you will be enthrauled by two eras in England's past, the Roman and Georgian periods.
This tour will have you visiting Britain's most famous universities, acknowledged worldwide for its infamous standards set for their students and for the exceptional skill level which their students leave with when they graduate. During your tour in oxford you will generally gravitate to the universities and spend the majority of our time around the universities.
Oxford, renowned for its famous prestigious university, however oxford isn't just a one trick pony, there are other things which you can spend your time visiting, such as: The Museum of History of Science, The Bodleian Library, The Radcliffe Camera and more. Nonetheless, the main attraction at oxford is undoubtedly the university, the university has 39 colleges spread throughout oxford city, but all the main ones are gathered together in the centre of the city, the main college being The Great Hall at Christ Church College where you can visit part of the Harry porter shooting.
A market town, with Cosy cottages and more than 800 years of history sits alongside the river Avon and William Shakespeares home town.
William Shakespeare, considered to be the greatest playwright of all times, was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564. His father was a glove maker and wool merchant and his mother was the daughter of a land owner. He married Anne Hathaway on November 28,1582. After having three children he left his family and Stratford-upon-Avon behind to head for the bright lights of London to make his fame and fortune as an actor and playwright.
Shakespeare birth place has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years and offers a glimpse of Shakespeare early life. This is the place where he was born, grew up and spent the early years of his married life. You will also be able to visit Anne Hathaways cottage, Nashs House and New place and Shakespeares burial place in the chancel of Holy Trinity Church.
A Cathedral inspired by English Gothic architecture, Canterbury Cathedral is a big attraction. The wealth of Canterbury Cathedral was bought in by the visiting pilgrims, who were made famous by Chaucer in his book Canterbury Tales. The Cathedral still dominates the sky line of Canterbury today. Medieval pilgrims used to visit Canterbury to visit the shrine of Thomas Becket, The Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered in the cathedral in 1170 and historians still debate the involvement of Henry II. There are many tombs of famous people that you will be able to see such as Henry IV and The Black Prince (Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales). Step back in history as you walk around the Cathedral.
Warwick Castle Tour
The first castle to appear on the site was a wooden motte and bailey constructed in 1068 by William the Conqueror. The Castle was gradually rebuilt in stone throughout the middle ages. Warwick Castle has remained under the stewardship of the Earls of Warwick and the Grenville family as a private home until 1978.
Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, known as the Kingmaker, was the wealthiest and most powerful English peer of his time. His manipulation in the Royal family led to the famous War of the Roses, which was eventually won by the Tudors.
William Shakespeare used Warwick Castle as a inspiration from many of his plays and he wrote seven plays on the War of the Roses.
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