London Day Tours
4 Hours / 8 Hours
Visit Buckingham Palace, the Horse Guards, the Changing of the Guard, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the London eye, the Royal Parks, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus,St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and the Crown Jewels. Also see the City, Bank of England and Guildhall.
You can also include Churchill's Cabinet War Rooms, the British Museum, Covent Garden, The Beatles' Abbey Road, John Wesley's House.
London Combination Tours
For your convenience we also combined a 3 hours tour of London with a 5 hours tour of either: Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens, Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, Cambridge, Oxford, Chartwell, Hever Castle, Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst.
We provide tours for individuals and small groups by chauffeur driven executive sedan cars and luxurious 6- 8 seater minivans which include Stonehenge tours and the surrounding area which is rich in History, Myths, Legends and Mysteries.
Our tours will be able to reach and explore historic country lanes and the places that the big coaches can not reach.
Stonehenge,Salisbury Bath Tours
Stonehenge stands as a timeless testimony to the people who built it, between 3000BC and 1500BC. An amazing feat of engineering and arguably the most sophisticated stone circle in the world, it remains a mystery.
The surrounding landscape is also fascinating. It contains huge prehistoric monuments, stretching over everal kilometres like the Avenue and the Cursus, massive earthwork enclosures like Durrington Walls and the North Kite, and hundreds of burial mounds.
Bath, founded as a health spa by the Romans, its Roman Baths and Pump Room remain among the finest antiquities in the country. A 16th century Elizabethan treasure house or Salisbury with its 13th century cathedral boasting the tallest spire in Britain.
Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Tours
Visit Windsor Castle, England's largest
royal residence with the State Apartments, St. George's
Chapel, burial place of Kings and Queens, and Queen Mary's Dolls'
House, the famous Eton school where boys are still dressed in
traditional black tail coats; the Kennedy Memorial at Runnymede
where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215 and Hampton Court
Palace (built in 1514, beautifully situated along the River Thames,
also a favourite residence of Henry VIII.
Five of his wives lived here and the ghosts of two (Jane Seymour and Catherine Howard) supposedly haunt it. See the world's largest grape vine, the maze, astronomical clock and Henry VIII's tennis court.
You can also visit Windsor Castle or Hampton Court Palace in 4 hours.
Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Windsor Tours
Oxford is England's oldest university dating back to the 11th century; see its magnificent spires, cloistered colleges, secluded gardens and renowned libraries. Blenheim Palace was built to reward John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough and ancestor of Sir Winston, for his defeat of the French at Blenheim in 1704.Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world, beautifully situated along the river Thames. Visit the State Apartments, St. George's Chapel and Queen Mary's Dolls' House.
Cotswold Countryside Tours
Start with Oxford, Woodstock and Blenheim Palace before entering the beautiful Cotswolds a region of gentle hills, delightful cottages of local mellowed stone and secluded manor houses. Visit all famous antique shops. Enjoy lunch at an ancient pub and traditional afternoon tea in one of the pretty village tea shops.
Winchester, Salisbury and Stonehenge Tours
Visit Winchester, once the capital of
England with its fine Norman cathedral, ancient school and quaint
streets that wind their way up to the castle where King Arthur's
Round Table can be found. Salisbury,a medieval city dominated by its
magnificent cathedral built in only 60 years from 1220 to 1280 with
the tallest spire in Britain. See Stonehenge stands as a timeless
testimony to the people who built it, between 3000BC and 1500BC. An
amazing feat of engineering and arguably the most sophisticated
stone circle in the world, it remains a mystery.
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford Tours
Visit Windsor Castle, England's largest royal residence still lived in by the Queen with magnificent State Apartments and St. George's Chapel, one of the finest examples of perpendicular architecture and fan vaulted ceilings in Britain. Drive into Wiltshire, a part of England rich in prehistoric sites of which Stonehenge is the most spectacular, nearly 5,000 years old. Oxford is England's oldest university dating back to the 11th century; see its magnificent spires, cloistered colleges, secluded gardens and libraries.
Canterbury, Leeds Castle and Dover Tours
Canterbury ,Leeds Castle and Sissinghurt Gardens
Drive through Kent - enjoy the Garden of England - with its lush fields and pretty villages to medieval Canterbury. Norman cathedral was the scene of the murder of Thomas Becket in 1170 when he was the Archbishop of Canterbury. Visit Leeds Castle a fairy-tale castle over 1,000 years old, set on an island in the middle of a lake and surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, also known as Lady's Castle because of the many Queens of England who lived here. Dover is renowned for its great stretch of white cliffs and fine 12th century castle.
Brighton and Arundel Tours
Britain most famous resort with its Royal Pavilion one of the most dazzling and exotically beautiful buildings in the British Isles. Arundel Castle, home of the Duke of Norfolk and his ancestors for over 700 years, built in the 11th century situated in magnificent grounds overlooking the river Arun.
Stratford-Upon-Avon and Warwick Castle Tours
Start with Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, the picturesque Cotswolds with gentle hills, delightful villages and thatched cottages of mellowed local stone to historic Stratford. Visit Shakespeare's birthplace, Anne Hathaway's Cottage ,Holy Trinity Church where both are buried and the Memorial Theatre. Warwick Castle - with over 1,000 years of history, Warwick is the epitome of a medieval fortress.
Oxford or Cambridge Tours
You can also visit one of England's oldest university cities.