Our tours cover the major tourist destinations in London, including famous monuments and modern masterpieces from the comfort of your coach. Eliana has an extensive knowledge of London and combines this with fascinating stories and the background to this wonderful city.
With all these location and many other you can see why many people return to London it always has so much to offer and fun to visit anytime of the year.
Contact me if you need help in choosing and arrange what your group can see in the time you have available in the capital.
High on most visitors list and must for any tour of London, is a visit to Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of Her Majesty The Queen, it serves as both her home and office.
Here if you have the time, it is well worth visiting to the Queens State Apartments, and getting a chance to see many of the magnificent rooms which form the heart of the working palace. These are regularly used by the Royal Family for official entertainments, ceremonies and State functions.
Afterwards enjoy a refreshing stroll around the Royal Garden and admire the picturesque lake constructed in the 19th century and see the many swans which inhabit the park.
This is also close by Whitehall, Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, so much to see and with so much history, difficult to miss.
Windsor Castle is the weekend residence of the Queen, It has over 900 years of royal history.
The castle is perched high above the River Thames, west of London.
From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived there and have left their marks on what is now the oldest, continuously occupied castle in the world.
If you enter Windsor Castle, you will all get a chance to see the splendours of St. George’s chapel, Armoury, the sumptuous State Apartments, and the very large Doll’s House.
Windsor itself is a charming town full of character and traditional shops.
Sometimes a visit to Windsor, includes a drive through Runnymede, where King John signed the Magna Carta and a visit to Eaton School.
Visiting Stonehenge is amazing, standing alone in the vast empty tract of Salisbury plain.
Its origins date back nearly 5,000 years and it has been home to pagan religion and spiritual worship. What was this vast collection of stones intended for? Was it an observatory of the moon, a temple to the sun, an elaborate cemetery? Who were the people who carried and carved these 50 ton rocks?
Following the tour of Stonehenge we have nearby the interesting Cathedral City of Salisbury, with fascinating history and local shops. Along the way we will also pass through many beautiful little villages which are typical of the area.
These are just a few, please contact me for more
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