Guided visits, ad hoc excursions, Tours of our major cities in all languages, personal shoppers and special events, visits to all museums.We are full of original ideas, so please enquire within.

Sample Tours:


Guests will be spending the entire morning visiting the West End of the capital: Buckingham Palace and the change of the Guards, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus. Before entering the City of London in the afternoon there will be a stop in Covent Garden, once a Market today one of the busiest place in town full of shops and restaurants. Time for a little break.
In the afternoon the guided tour will be in the City of London. St Paul’s Cathedral, The Bank of England, London Bridge and the world famous Tower Bridge are the main attractions of the City. The group will stop at the Tower of London where clients may decide to enter the Tower with the guide or having a walk around.


Greenwich is a district in south-east London on the south bank of the River Thames. It is best known for its maritime history and as giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian (0° longitude) and Greenwich Mean Time. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Old Royal Naval College dominates the waterfront and is an outstanding example of 17th century baroque architecture. You will also be able to see the famous Royal Observatory, housing the Prime Meridian.


By day Edinburgh is a bustling metropolis, but at night the old buildings and narrow closes take on a more sinister air.
A long history of murder, torture, hangings and plague has left a haunting legacy on the city’s Old Town and ghostly apparitions now walk its streets.
Enter the Underground Vaults whose walls, it is said, have absorbed the memories of those who once lived and worked there. This part of the tour is not for the faint-hearted.
Cling tightly to the person beside you: we try to leave with the same number as we had on going in!

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