Here are a few examples of my most popular tours.
Entrances and lunch are not included in my fees.
Walking tour of Westminster, visit Westminster Abbey, see Big Ben and Parliament, Horse Guards, Downing Street, Buckingham Palace , Royal Parks, St James’s exclusive shopping area, Fortnum & Mason’s and Piccadilly Circus and Soho.
Walking tour of Westminster, visit Westminster Abbey, see Big Ben and Parliament, Horse Guards, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Royal Parks, St James, Fortnum & Mason and Piccadilly Circus. Lunch then catch a Red London bus from Trafalgar Square to the City of London and a St Paul’s Cathedral visit.
Then catch a bus to the Tower of London for a visit, see Tower Bridge and London Bridge.
Westminster Abbey our coronation church and the burial place of may famous figures from British History and culture. From Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking, Handel, Charles Dickens to Elizabeth the 1st.
Then a short walk through St James’s Park to Clarence House and Buckingham Palace and the changing of the Guard . The guard change is currently 4 times a week at 11am.
Visit our coronation Church, with its beautiful different styles of Gothic Architecture and burial of the great and the good, then a complete contrast to the visit the Byzantine inspired Catholic Cathedral inspired by the Aghia Sophia.
Built of 12 million bricks, 25 different marbles from around the world and chapels dedicated to all the British and Irish saints. A chance to learn more about the reformation period in Britain.
One of the best Museums in the world with a collection of over 8 million artefacts.
My highlights tour will show you the most famous artefacts like the Rosetta Stone and the Parthenon marbles and Mummies. The Assyrian Winged Bulls and Lion Hunt.
Anglo Saxon Sutton Hoo, Roman Silver and tablets, Lindow Man. Plus a few surprises. A short walk takes us through Bloomsbury to the delightful Covent Garden with it’s Piazza, restaurants, bars and covered markets.
The world famous Cathedral built by Christopher Wren after the great fire of 1666. He built the Cathedral in just 35 years, a masterpiece of English Anglican Baroque with its beautiful stonework and shimmering mosaics.
A symbol of defiance against Hitler’s Luftwaffe. The scene of so many great occasions like the State funeral of Winston Churchill in 1965 then and the wedding of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer in 1981.
We then catch a red London bus to the Tower. Visit includes the Crown Jewels, Bloody Tower where the 2 princes were brutally murdered, Place of execution of Royalty like Queen Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.
The famous Ravens, torture and prison cells and lots more.
We start our walk in Queensway walking past Bilionaires road to Kensington Palace, a visit can be added 1 hour to see the Royal apartments of Queen Victoria or we continue to walk around the outside and see the formal gardens, the area where over a milion flowers were laid for Princess Diana in 1997 by the black and gold gates.
Onto the beautiful formal gardens of Kensington Gardens to the imposing Albert Memorial, and the Albert Hall, london’s famous round concert venue, down to our museum quater and my favourite building the Naural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museums, Brompton Oratory finishing in fashionable Knightsbridge at Harrods to see the Eygptian escalators and fabulous food halls. Maybe some time for retail therapy.
We start our day at Westminster Abbey with a private tour of our amazing Coronation Church and see the memorial to our Great War time leader, and the grave to the unknown soldier, then a short walk around Westminster to see the sights, Winston’s statue, Parliament . if open on certain days we can visit the 11c Westminster Hall where Winston lay in state before his funeral in St Paul’s Cathedral, then onto Downing Street, Horseguards then enjoy a visit to Winston’s war time HQ known as The Cabinet War Rooms used for so many secret War time meetings of the Cabinet An unforgettable visit with many personal memento’s of Winston.
Konrad was terrific.
He was exceptional , we really enjoyed the tour.
Konrad captivated the group with his stories. His love of history was obvious.
Best tour guide I've had on a EF tour.
Super funny and very knowledgeable, the kids loved him.
Konrad is one of best local guides I've been with for a tour, he is very knowledgeable, personable and approchable.
Konrad was very knowledgeable, answered questions made jokes and really made this tour an enjoyable one, my kids loved his tour.
Konrad was very enjoyable and it was great to interact with him. Great information, and still felt like we were having a nice chat with a friend.
Awesome! Very knowledgeable , engaging to listen to, and he scored us front row for the Changing of the Guard. Darika Anestos.