A Royal Experience
The Royal Private Tour That Dreams Are Made Of
This special tour takes in some of the current and historical sites associated with British Royalty, past and present.
COMING SOON for 2019
We're busy researching and compiling fabulous new itineraries for 2019 that include iconic "must see" sites as well as our "off the beaten track" latest inclusions.
FULL DETAILS SOON
Please contact us if this experience interests you and we'll be happy to keep you posted.
Plastered over coins and bank notes (and closely followed by the Kardashians), the British Royals are the most recognisable family in the world.
From wife-swapping King Henry VIII to regal Queen Victoria, tragic Princess Diana to cake-burning Alfred the Great, Great Britain has been ruled by a succession of colourful characters.
We've devised a tour to introduce you to Britain's rich royal history, showing you must-sees, landmark sights, and royal haunts - plus a few hidden gems that haven't made it into the Rough Guide.
Our informative guides know the British Monarchy back to front, and they'll talk you though the myths, legends, and front page headlines that have made the British Monarchy famous all over the world.
We'll visit places associated with the monarchy, both past and present: iconic must-sees like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, Tudor palace Hampton Court (where King Henry VIII made his home), Eton College where both Prince Harry and Prince William went to school, and Royal Ascot, where Queen Elizabeth II still watches her horses race.
Don't forget your walking shoes! We'll visit key places associated with momentous occasions like the glorious 2011 Royal Wedding, and hit the banks of the Thames to see where the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Pageant took place, assembling 1000 boats from around the world.
We’ll show you Princess Diana’s favourite restaurant, Prince William and Harry’s London haunts, and sit down for a cream tea at the hotel where the Duchess of Cambridge stayed before her wedding.
Fancy getting out of London? We'll take you to Edinburgh Castle, to Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands, to Prince Charles' home in Highgrove, and to Althorp, where Princess Diana is buried on a small island in the middle of an ornamental lake.
This is a must-do for anyone with an interest in Britain's royal families.