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On Oct 9, my daughter and I took Golden Tours Tour 5461P32 to Blenheim Palace & the Cotswolds with Antonio (Tony) as our guide and Mario as our driver.
We enjoyed our time with Antonio as we walked around the three Cotswolds villages on our...More
Graham was a wonderful tour guide and Tony, our driver was excellent. Really enjoyed Graham’s commentary on the way to the sites. Stonehenge site was a bit rushed but only because of the number of visitors and the shuttle buses. Would highly recommend this tour.
I did the hop on/ hop off with Golden Tours as part of my London Pass. Thoroughly enjoyed this, especially when having live commentary on one bus by Hannah.
I also did a day tour to Windsor/Stonehenge/Lacock and Bath. The day of my original tour...More
We booked a tour on the Internet to go to Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and the Cotswolds.
They were very punctual and the tour fulfilled our expectations.
We were only three on the van and we had a great time. Peter was our guide. Very agreeable and...More
Firstly it should be noted that I have taken several tours with Golden Tours and had a good experience on almost all (except when the bus broke down and we were stranded for 2.5 hours at Leeds Castle), however I have now experienced the poor...More
This tour company is great! We did the Beatles walking tour one day with James and the tour
of London with Tish! Both were super nice and knowledgeable. The sites were awesome. I learned so much about the beautiful city of London from these great...More
Great sights to see, but bus issues took away from the day. Andrew was the guide, Peter was the driver,
Seat belts: told we had to wear them but they choked you and were really hard to put on.
Wifi: didn't work for me to...More
Graham and Tony were wonderful. Graham's passion for the tour and Tony's ability to get us from place to place was truly appreciated. They're the reason I give this high marks.
Downsides: It's a lot of ground to cover in one day and I'd have...More
This was an amazing, fun filled day. Great activities, nicely paced, and perfect way to hit several sights in one day. We really loved ending the day in the beautiful city of Bath.
It was perfect for our kids ages 6 to 15. They were...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.
Hi - yes, I was visiting London by myself and decided to do the one-day tour to Paris but didn't want the hassle of looking of taxisk etc. Had a lovely guide. The only confusion was boarding the train as our group was... More
Hi - yes, I was visiting London by myself and decided to do the one-day tour to Paris but didn't want the hassle of looking of taxisk etc. Had a lovely guide. The only confusion was boarding the train as our group was scattered throughout the train and then we had a lovely man who was disabled and had a hard time walking and we missed the boat on the Siene and had to wait for a later boat which cut into the time we were at the Louvre. They should have had someone provide a wheel chair to expedite the long walks we had to do and up and down stairs to get to the river cruise. Also, they should have told us that the lines/security to get into the Eifel Tower are sooooo long due to only two elevators that carry limited amount of people and move at a snails' pace. Don't plan on having lunch on the Eifel Tower -- you won't have time. I had been to Paris over 40 years ago and I really wanted to spend time in the Louvre for which we had almost 2 hours (would have been more if we had not missed the river cruise departure).