About this Tour

With over 18 years experience, serving as an Independent Travel Consultant you can rest assured that our services are considered first class and very competitive in prices! Multilingual speaking services: German, Italian, English, Portuguese, French and Spanish.

Airport Transfers – We will provide transfers to & from hotels giving to your clients professional advice & tips over London.
Hotel Hospitalitty – Suitable for VIP clients who need extra advice and assistance on what to do in London.
Executive Car Transfers – Suitable for individual clients and for those who need private assistance.
Day & Evening Tours – We will look after you clients during transfers from/to Restaurants, Theatres and Pubs with sightseeing on route showing London at it’s very best!

Mercedes (max 3)

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, usually referred to simply as Kew Gardens, are extensive gardens and botanical glasshouses between Richmond and Kew in southwest London, England. Kew Gardens is a leading centre of botanical research, a training ground for professional gardeners and a visitor attraction. The gardens were founded by the dowager princess of Wales in 1761 and consisted of about 9 acres (3.6 hectares). In 1841 they were presented to the nation as a royal gift. They now cover 288 acres (117 hectares) and contain thousands of species of plants, four museums, and laboratories and hothouses. The Chinese Pagoda, c.165 ft (50 m) high, was designed by William Chambers in 1761; it is still a famous landmark. Near the main entrance is Kew Palace, a red-brick mansion, once the home of George III and Queen Charlotte. In 1965 the Royal Botanic Gardens leased Wakehurst Place, Ardingly, West Sussex, an estate dating to the 13th cent. that is the site of a Tudor mansion and grounds landscaped with fine collections of temperate trees and shrubs. The Millennium Seed Bank, a modern facility storing hundreds of millions of seeds from around the world, is also located at Wakehurst Place.

Last Updated: 19.10.2020