About The Tour
Christmas Lights (2 hours)
Join our expert guide on a winter wonderful walk to see the best of the Christmas decorations adorning our central London streets. Your guide will take you through the main streets and the smaller historical areas of London, all decked out for the festive season. See the very best of what London has to offer this Christmas, including the famous lights and smaller squares and streets all twinkling with festive lights and decorations. Enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie during your walk or step into one of London’s festive pubs for a winter warner after your tour.
Festive London Tour (3 hours)
With your own personal chauffeured car and expert guide, set off on a night tour of London to see the city lit up in festive cheer! After last year, this is such a delight!! This tour will take you through the most iconic areas of London to view all the wonderful displays. From incredible displays in the shop fronts of Knightsbridge to the famous lights of Regent Street to the hidden treasures of the City of London. This is a truly magical evening and ideal for a romantic night, or to delight young ones! Along the way, there will be incredible Instagram moments and a chance to wander through one of London’s fabulous Christmas markets. The festive season never looked better! Enjoy also a warming glass of mulled wine and a festive treat along the way. Perfect!
Christmas Markets – Artisan Shopping Tour (3 hours)
London this year has pulled out all the stops! If you are looking for some delightful bespoke Christmas presents, then join our expert guide in a tour of London’s Christmas Markets. We know the best ones to discover and whatever your tastes, we can take you to the right place. Enjoy wandering through the festive markets and picking up some wonderful traditional fayre!
Festive Paris in a Day
For something very special, why not take a day tour to Paris! The French capital does not disappoint at Christmas time, with that incredible sense of classic style, Paris is never more seductive. As Audrey Hepburn said ‘Paris is always a good idea’. The train journey from London to Paris takes from just 2 hours 16 minutes.
The Spirt of Christmas – Victorian and Dickensian Times
Want to know more about the traditions of Christmas on a tour of the oldest part of London? Discover what Christmas would have been in the Victorian/Dickensian era. See some of the places where Dickens set his Christmas Carol. Hear how some of Christmas traditions came to be and what you could expect for Christmas in the poverty-stricken streets of the East End? What is boxing day? Why do we send cards and pull crackers and what would the Victorians have for Christmas Dinner? This is a wonderful tour, which takes you through the City of London’s narrow alleyways, viewing some of the most wonderful city churches, including Wren's great masterpiece, St Paul’s Cathedral and wandering through market-places adorned with festive decorations - with a few hidden treasures along the way!
Christmas Tasting Tour (2 hours includes 8 tastings)
Join our expert guide on this tour of London’s oldest food market and enjoy tasting some traditional Christmas fayre! Wonderful delights await you as you meander through this vibrant market-place, all decked out for the festive season with colourful stalls and characterful market traders. The area is one of the most historically interesting in London and full of fun, captivating stories that your guide will beguile you with, whilst you tuck into some lovely treats. Also, a great opportunity to buy some great foodie gifts…you will not be disappointed!
Cotswolds at Christmas (9 hours)
The Cotswolds are stunning at any time of year, but during the festive season, there is something quite magical about the English countryside. Think roaring fires in historic inns, beautiful thatched cottage homes, local country shops, largely unchanged for 600 years all displaying their festive offerings, the wafting smell of mulled wine from the village marketplace and all of this surrounded by the most stunning wintery countryside. If you want to feel ‘Christmassy’ then this is where you need to be! Combine your tour to the Cotswolds with a visit to the birthplace of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace. Blenheim goes all out at Christmas time, decks out its rooms with the most fabulous festive displays and has the most wonderful Christmas Market set within glorious grounds. We love it all!