Professional Tourist Guiding Services
Why use a professional tourist guide?
It is your guarantee, that your tour guide has been awarded the coveted 'Blue Badge' by the Institute of Tourist Guiding and the Regional Tourist Boards, look at the top right hand corner of our web page and you will see what the 'Blue Badge' looks like. Furthermore you should know that the holder of this badge has been officially trained by the Guild of Registered Tour Guides over a period of 2 years, and after the rigorous training all candidates are examined, and only those who are successful go on to become accredited registered tour guides. Most important of all, they are able to communicate their extensive knowledge in an interesting and fun way. We are not history lecturers, we are entertainers here to make sure your holiday exceeds your expectations. We truly love and respect our profession and are proud to boast that only a 'Blue Badge' tourist guide is authorised to guide in the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral, The Houses of Parliament, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Spencer House, Oxford and Cambridge Colleges, Shakespeare's Birthplace, York Minster, Canterbury Cathedral, The Palace of Holyrood House and Edinburgh Castle. So what are you waiting for, contact us today.
From a Benedictine monastery was born one of the most beautiful churches in the world. The burial place of St Edward the Confessor, last King of the Saxons. Today the Abbey, a World Heritage Site welcomes visitors of all faiths from all over the world. It was here on the 29th of April 2011 that we witnessed the wedding of Prince William and Kate, and in 2013 we will be celebrating 60 years since our reigning monarch was crowned at the Abbey on the 2nd of June 1953, come join us and we will step back in time together to experience the Abbeys facinating history and legacy, which even to this very day continues to astonish those who visit the Abbey.
Tower of London
No visit to London would be complete without visiting our most famous 'Royal Fortress' here in the heart of London. Perhaps better known as infamous prison, and a site of executions, although never built for that purpose. It was at the Tower of London on the 19th of May 1536 that King Henry the VIII , our infamous 16th century King gave the orders to behead his 2nd wife, Queen Anne Boleyn, where to this day her body still rests in the Chapel of St Peter Ad Vincula. The Tower of London is also the home to the Crown Jewels, and the largest perfect cut white diamond in the world, weighing in at an impressive 530.2 carats. Another truly unmissable experience awaits you.