The Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams meet on the 27th October in the NFL at Wembley Stadium. The new stadium opened in 2007 and has hosted International soccer matches, the English FA Cup Final, concerts and many other sporting and musical events. The latest of these is the American National Football League who have played two games so far at Tottenham Hotspurs Football Ground and will play a further two matches on English soil at Wembley.
Wembley itself is a sight to behold and the atmosphere will be electric – BUT, what do you do when in London with a few hours to spare? There’s so much to see that it can all seem a bit overwhelming and that’s where I can help. I’m a qualified and experienced blue badge guide – a symbol of excellence in tourist guiding and I would love to show you my city.
There are so many iconic monuments and buildings such as Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Hyde Park, Tower of London. I have a number of pre-arranged tours that may suit, for example:
Whistlestop tour – 4 hours – Perfect for those with a tight schedule who want a good overview of the city.
First time visitor – 8 hours – If you have a little more time and this is your first visit to London or you’ve been before, then this is the tour for you. See some of our royal traditions in action and tour around Westminster Abbey.
I have many other tours which you may like here ‘Walking Tours’
if you have a particular interest or area you want to see, then I can create a custom tour specifically for you. My tours are conducted on foot using public transport so you can experience the full hustle and bustle of the city whilst travelling on the iconic red buses or the underground.
Whether you choose one of my pre-arranged tours or a bespoke tour, I would love to show you around and tell you my stories of London. Contact me at mailto:email@example.com