London Private Tours

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Christmas Lights

Can’t afford to jet off to New York, come to London for a day or two. Take That just switched on the Regent Street Lights advertising the new Night at the Museum movie set in London and also starring the late great Robin Williams but now come and see the sparkling lights and Xmas decorations […]

City of London- the Original!

See where it all began, here in the square mile. The oldest and richest part of London, where the Romans settled nearly 2000 years ago and one of the 3 big finance capitals of the world today. Marvel at St Paul’s Cathedral and climb to the top of its magnificent dome, only 530 steps! Wander […]

Buckingham Palace

Come with me and see the Queen’s Official London Residence; view the Changing of the Guard with the soldiers of Her Majesty’s foot guard resplendent in their red tunics and bear skin hats. Hear the wonderful army bands playing everything from Military marches to film favourites. Also view the splendid Tudor palace of St James’ founded by […]

The Lifeguards of the Household Cavalry

London’s Docks

Explore London’s docks from the Marina and restaurants at St Katherine’s Dock to the finance and shops at Canary Wharf, as well as the fantastic Museum of Docklands or ride the sensational new cable car over to the Excel centre, London’s largest conference centre and Olympic venue and visit Siemens new environmental showcase building,  The […]

Greenwich

Come with me and ride the River Thames to the beautiful suburb of Greenwich, now one of London’s few Royal boroughs and birthplace to  King Henry VIII and his daughters Mary and Elizabeth. So much to see and do including the magnificent tea clipper the Cutty Sark built in 1869 and recently restored to its […]

St Paul’s Cathedral

Over 300 years old and the masterpiece of its architect Sir Christopher Wren. Recognised from all over London by its distinctive dome, one of the largest in the world, and the only domed Cathedral in the U.K. Resting place to Britain’s two most famous military heroes, the Duke of Wellington and Admiral Nelson who both […]

St Pauls Cathedral

Westminster Abbey

THE Royal Church. Home to the coronation of every Monarch since Christmas Day, 1066 and William the Conqueror, right up until our present day Queen, Elizabeth II, crowned on June 2nd, 1953. Then there is of course the weddings, the Queen herself was married here six years prior to her coronation as was her mother […]

Tower of London

In addition to its two imposing walls surrounding the original White Tower, there would also have been a moat to stop attackers getting in. Inside you can see some of the magnificent armour and weaponry that would have been used over the centuries. The three most popular reasons for visiting the tower however are the […]

Tower of London 900 years of history
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