Private guides and guided tours in England
Private guides in England
Hello there, dear friends! My name is Robina Brown, and I work as a professional private guide in London. It is worth noting that I am a high qualified Blue Badge guide, which means that I am a member of an English guide association. I offer a wide range of tours, walks, sightseeing and museum visits.
Hello, and welcome to Devon. My name is Alex and I can organise wonderful days out for you in this most beautiful and intriguing area of England. I have lived in Devon all my life, and am very passionate about sharing what it has to offer. I have spent a vast amount of time getting to know the area in order to be able to show my guests the very best that it has to offer. I have built excellent links with many attractions and businesses in the area with whom I can work to provide you with exclusive and fascinating experiences.
Hello there! I have been living in London for 40 years now, and I have to confess that I adore this city! Back in 2005 I started exploring different paths used for walking along the wandering streets of London, and this way I learned a lot about geography and history of sublime London. Since that time I started working as a private guide so I could share this experience and passion with tourists and friends from all over the world.
Currency: British pound (GBP)
Guide Licensing Information
COMMENTS ABOUT England:
England is part of the United Kingdom, along with Scotland and Wales, and is located on an island off the mainland coasts of western Europe. England is closely connected by narrow stretches of water from both Ireland and France, separated by the Irish Sea from Island and by the English Channel from France. It is a country with a rich cultural heritage and historical influences that have reached around the globe. As a travel destination it is also a country that offers its visitors a wide range of attractions that include many important historic sites, as well as a vast array of modern entertainments that include a popular nightlife, modern art galleries, theater and opera, high fashion shopping, and fine dining.
London is the capital of England and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London have been attracting visitors for centuries, as have the Kew Gardens, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Trafalgar Square and the London Bridge, all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. London is also home to some of the world’s most famous museums and exhibits, such as the British Museum which houses the Rosetta Stone, the Tate Modern museum of contemporary art and sculpture, the National Gallery and the National History Museum. The London Eye is a modern attraction beside the Thames that offers a fantastic panoramic view of the city from the top of a massive ferris wheel.
England also welcomes visitors to its beaches and seaside resorts in Devon and Cornwall, as well as Blackpool, Fistral Beach, and along the Jurassic Coast. Popular amusement parks in England include Legoland in Windsor, and Pleasure Beach in Blackpool.
Prehistoric sites in England include Stonehenge and other stone circles, King Arthur’s Hall and the great tomb at Porth Hellick Down. The town of Thatcham in Berkshire is the oldest inhabited settlement in England, with a school building that was built in 1304 and the Abbey of Reading founded by King Henry I in 1121. There are many ancient, historical landmarks throughout England that make interesting places to visit.
Popular tours in England
Culture and History tour in LondonDay tours from London
560-730 GBPTour Duration
Culture and History tour in LondonDownton Abbey day tour
620-660 GBPTour Duration
Culture and History tour in LondonOvernight tours of Britain
585-625 GBPTour Duration
Walking tour in LondonLondon Bridge to Greenwich Walk
£10 per personTour Duration
- Stonehenge in sunshine, Stonehenge, Stonehenge
- Where Lady Mary married Matthew Crawley, London, Interior of Downton Abbey church
- Stonehenge at sunset in December, London, Stonehenge
- The church where Lady Mary married Matthew Crawley, London, Downton Abbey village church
- Stonehenge with a client who uses a wheelchair, London, Stonehenge
- Byfleet Manor, the home of the Dowager Countess of Grantham, Violet, London, Byfleet Manor, Downton Abbey
- Basildon Park was used for the interior filming of Grantham, Oxford, Basildon Park, Downton Abbey
- Salisbury Cathedral, the tallest spire in the country, London, Salisbury
- The house in Downton village where Matthew and his mother, Isobel, lived, London, Crawley's house in Downton Abbey
- Students with Houses of Parliament and River Thames, London, Parliament and River Thames
Guide Licensing Information for England
Tourism is one of the main industries in England, so why no wonder the government imposes certain rules over guiding. If you happen to visit Great Britain care to hire only the guide who has the Blue badge. It will guarantee you that you are hiring a professional of the highest class.
The Blue Badge is awarded by the Institute of Tourists Guiding and is considered to be the highest guiding qualification in Britain. All the to-be-guides have to go through a detailed and comprehensive training and afterwards pass rigorous examinations. Once the examination is passed the guide has to register his/her achievement and from now on he is considered to be a qualified professional. If you are planning to Explore England why not hire a professional knowledgeable guide?
It is worth noting that licensed guides offer various walking tours, themed tours, coach sight-seeing, exploring galleries and museums, tours by private cars, conferences and incentives and so on. Such tours are equally interesting for sole travelers or couples, families of groups. In case you don’t speak some particular language you will be provided with a professional interpreter.