Just 60 minutes to escape tube-rush of Central London into the wow-wonderland of Windsor-on-Thames. The Queen of England has made it her home… and yes, it’s worth all the fuss. But before that, we stop at Runnymede Field where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215. The big daddy of constitutions worldwide… this location you have to see.
From £450 per vehicle
Covid-19 safety measures
Your health and safety are our top priorities at Black Cab Heritage Tours. We’ve implemented the following special measures to keep you safe both during and after your tour:
Private Tours: London Black Cabs have a maximum seating capacity for up to 6 guests in a private setting. This capacity is ideal for couples and small family groups.
Stringent Cleaning: Each guide sanitises their black cab with disinfectant cleaning agents after each tour activity. The passenger area has separately controlled air-conditioning. Driver Guides wash and sanitise their hands on a frequent basis throughout the day. In addition, hand sanitizer is available to all guests.
Social Distancing: A transparent partition screen provides a private passenger compartment, providing a safe space for guests. This exceeds the current 2 metres minimum distance based on UK Government guidelines. Our drivers promote panoramic sightseeing in the safest and cleanest form of London transport. Presentation stops are conducted in quiet open air locations, away from crowded hot spots.
At Windsor, your day is pretty well chalked out. A guided walking tour (which lasts 45-60 minutes), followed by a caffeine fix at an atmospheric English café, and jaw-dropping moments at the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen. No, you won’t see her in the lavish state apartments, but gape all you can. Some of that elegant luxury may rub-off on you? And after you’ve dropped those risen eyebrows back into position, allow them go north again. Because there’s still St. George’s Chapel, tombs of many of English Kings and Queens, and the venue of the celeb-wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markel.
Let it all settle at a lunch table at a relaxing riverside restaurant away from the buzzy bars of the High Street? Maybe you prefer a traditional afternoon tearoom with chintzy china in the village? No, you can’t have both.
There’s free time later to visit Eton College, where 13 British Prime Minister and Princes William and Harry studied. You could pamper yourself with some shop browsing. How about a stroll along the River Thames? Save yourself the hassle of long queues by pre-ordering Windsor Castle tickets with us.