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A breath of fresh air

Our walking tours of historic towns and cities are led by expert local guides who aim to be both informative and entertaining. We promise hidden corners and colourful stories which you won’t find in guidebooks!

We can tailor your walk to suit your particular needs, whether they be historical, architectural, literary or general. We can start at your hotel or any other convenient place for you. Our walking tours usually last about two hours, but we can tailor walks to suit the time you have available - we can even escort you for the whole day!

Bath Abbey
Here are just a few of the special places we can show you:
Pulteney Bridge Marker

A World Hteritage site, set in a beautiful, green valley. Its honey-coloured buildings, surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty, surround Britain’s only hot springs and Roman Baths. Royal visitors helped Bath become the most fashionable 18th century spa, with elegant Georgian terraces, squares and crescents.

Today, with its art galleries, museums, high class, independent shops and restaurants, theatres and the stunning Thermae Bath Spa, Bath is unquestionably one of Britain’s most attractive and compelling destinations.

ss Great Britain Marker

The region’s major city and port. Our tours open up its extraordinarily rich history, from its Saxon origins through to later prosperity based on commerce and overseas trade. This medieval prosperity has given us a fine cathedral and may other notable churches, such as St. Mary Redcliffe - “the fairest, goodliest and most famous church in England”, according to Elizabeth I. The brilliant Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, designed the Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain and Temple Meads Station here. The historic harbour is now a vibrant cultural and business quarter.

Radcliffe Camera Marker

The renowned university dates back to 1167, when Henry II ordered students studying abroad to return to England. The grandest college, Christ Church, founded first by Cardinal Wolsey and then Henry VIII, boasts among its former students William Penn, John Wesley, Lewis Carroll, WH Auden and no less than thirteen British Prime Ministers. The Ashmolean, founded in 1683, is the country’s oldest museum, and the Museum of Natural History and the eccentric Pitt Rivers Museum both have formidable collections. The Bodleian Research Library is used by scholars from all over the world.

Glastonbury Abbey Marker
Other Destinations

Bath, Bristol and Oxford are our most popular destinations, but we can also provide walking tours of Salisbury, Exeter, Wells, Glastonbury, as well as towns and cities further afield such as Cambridge, Winchester and Stratford-upon-Avon.