What better way is there to see London and other places of interest in the UK than by black taxi, complete with your very own personal driver guide.

You will see the sights at your own pace and be able to stop whenever you want to take photos; you decide how long you want to spend at each place of interest and you can even specify your own customised itinerary!

Tours are arranged to suit the individual needs and tastes of tourists from all over the world, and the London Black Cabs used are the top of the range, most modern design, but with all the charm of the well-known London black taxi.

Air conditioning and intercom make touring comfortable, and the special requirements of the physically disabled have not been forgotten because easy-to-use wheelchair ramps are built-in.

All our driver guides are Official Tourist Guide Blue Badge holders. See here for more information: www.guidelondon.org.uk

The tours described here demonstrate a few examples and suggestions of the type of tours we provide. This list just scratches the surface of what is really available to you. Remember, you can choose your own route, stop whenever you want to take a photo or to buy souvenirs, especially in London, and enjoy a full commentary from your driver guide.

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Family yuletide fun in the nation’s capital!

See the famous Oxford Street and Regent Street illuminations in all their glory

Be amaed by the lesser known hidden gems

London Christmas Lights

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Visit the home of Charles Dickens on Doughty Street, where he wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby

See some of his many homes, including Holborn

Charles Dickens’ London

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A tour of London’s Synagogues, cemeteries and Jewish orthodox districts

Bevis Marks Synagogue, 300 years old, of which Benjamin Disraeli’s family were one time members

Jewish London

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10 seats or 50 seats, Large or small groups, School trips,

Oxford, the Cotswolds, Bath, Stonehenge

Just some of the many options available

Coach Tours

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See some of the ruins and where the bombs were dropped on London

Find out some of the history surrounding the Second World War.

The Blitz Experience

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Visit William Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

Take a trip to Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace

Drive round the liberties where all the theatres were

Shakespeare’s London

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Visit the sites where the gruesome murders took place

Conducted at night to experience the full atmosphere

Stay close together and watch your back

Jack the Ripper Experience

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Hear the stories, believe them or not, prepare to be surprised.

This tour can be conducted at night to experience the full atmosphere.

Ghost Tour

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Discover the lives of the notorious Kray Twins

See where they were born, where their crimes were committed

Go to the famous Blind Beggar pub, where Ronnie Kray shot and murdered a rival gang member

Gangsters of London

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Visit Abbey Road and see the recording studio, renamed after the success of the Beatles album

Drive around Soho, London’s music hotspot, to see more key venues in Beatles history

Beatles London

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Visit the former Greyfriars Friary Church site in the city of Leicester

See where the body of Richard III, Kind of England, was exhumed

Richard III, Leicester

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The home of The Crown Jewels, part of the Royal Collection

The lawn where Anne Bolyen was tried and beheaded within the walls of the Tower

Combine with a trip to Hampton court palace to meet Henry VIII

Tower of London and Crown Jewels

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Visit the United Grand Lodge of England,

Freemasons Hall, Masonic Lodge,

Museum and Library

Free Masons

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Visit the famous address, 221B Baker Street

Stop for a drink at the Speedy’s Café or The Sherlock Holmes pub

Visit the British Museum, often visited by Holmes for his research

Sherlock Holmes Experience

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Walk in the shoes of the infamous 007, license to kill

Try a Vesper Dry Martini, the classic Bond drink

Visit sites featured in many of these cult movies

James Bond Experience

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Visit many sites featured in the popular TV series

See an authentic Police Call Box in Earls court

Visit Cardiff for the Dr Who experience exhibition

Dr Who Experience

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The setting for the popular TV period drama, Downton Abbey

A 19th century country house in the Jacobethan style

Egyptian Exhibition with a replica of the discovery of Tutankhamun

Highclere Castle, Downtown Abbey

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By night, Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Lower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral

The London Eye, Kensington Palace (home of the late Princess Diana)

London at Night

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London Silver Vaults, high security strong rooms, never broken into

Execution Dock where the gallows once hung many

Lunch at The Prospect of Whitby, a pub dating back to times of Henry VIII

Secret London

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The grandiose world-famous Harrods

Camden Lock for a taste of the local culture

Europe’s largest antique market

Shopping Therapy

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Memorial to the famous Eagle Squadron of WWII

Drive past Benjamin Franklin’s house and Visit William Penn’s grave in Buckinghamshire

Sulgrave Manor where the Washington’s lived

American History Connection

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Visit Kent, the Garden of England

Battle of Britain Museum at Hawkinge

Dover Castle, the WW2 command post, Capel-le-Fearne, the Battle of Britain memorial

Battle Of Britain (Kent)

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Hampton court palace, one of the many homes of Henry VIII

Runnymede, the site where King John set his seal upon the Magna Carta

Windsor Castle, the favourite home of our present Queen, Elizabeth II

Hampton Court Palace, Runnymede & Windsor Castle

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Leeds Castle, perhaps the most beautiful castle in Britain

Sir Winston Churchill and the famous Ann Boleyn’s childhood home

Visit Kent, known as the Garden of England

Leeds Castle, Chartwell, Hever Castle

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Birthplace and burial site of William Shakespeare

Visit Ann Hathaway’s cottage, still set in its original gardens

Warwick Castle or Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill

Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick Castle

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The world famous Stonehenge, steeped in legend, it never fails to thrill

Britain’s first cathedrals, dating back to 3000BC

10th century Saxon Church in Nether Wallop

Mysterious Stonehenge & Ancient Villages

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The England of your dreams with its sleepy villages nestling in the hills

Market towns to visit such as Chipping Camden and Stow-on-the-Wold

Glorious at any time of the year with many old pubs and restaurants

The Cotswolds & Villages

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Buckingham Palace (the Changing of the Guards), Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye, Greenwich Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory, Kensington Palace (home of the late Princess Diana)

Discover London

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cross the bridge destroyed by the death eaters

walkdown the corridor to snape’s potions room

try to board the hogwarts express via platform 9¾

Harry Potter