Custom Tours

Reserve this tour now on the Bookings & Enquiries page.You by no means have to see London on a ready-made pre-packaged tour. From Jewish East London and Harry Potter’s haunts to the stately homes of the well-heeled west like Osterley House and Strawberry Hill, Steve can lead you to and guide you through whatever takes your fancy. And you don’t have to stop in London. Steve knows much of the British Isles (including Ireland) and Europe – both East and West – as well or even better than his own backyard.  What’s more, he speaks to a number of European languages. View slideshow ↓

Arundel Castle
Arundel Castle
One of the nation’s best preserved medieval fortresses, this onetime seat of the Dukes of Norfolk in West Sussex has been receiving visitors since it hosted the 600th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1815. Creative Commons | David E Smith
The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds
It was the rich wool trade in the Middle Ages that built the Cotswolds’ honey-coloured villages filled with graceful mansions, picturesque thatched cottages and atmospheric churches. It’s England as postcard. Creative Commons | Tejvan Pettinger
Ironbridge Gorge
Ironbridge Gorge
Anyone interested in industrial history and achaeology will want to visit this area of Shropshire, site of the world's first iron bridge and birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Creative Commons | Howard Dickins
Avebury Stone Circle
Avebury Stone Circle
Though not as well known as Stonehenge to the south, the Neolithic stone circle in this Wiltshire village covers an area of 28 acres (11 hectares), and visitors get to see the stones up close. Creative Commons | Gordon Robertson
The Roman baths at Bath
Bath
Celebrated for its Roman bathhouses, its Georgian architecture and its most illustrious daughter, the novelist Jane Austen, Bath wins hands down in the `England’s prettiest city’ contest. Creative Commons | Ignacio García

Did you know?

At 610 sq miles (1580 sq km), greater London is almost exactly twice the size of metropolitan New York – though both cities count a population of about 8 million people.