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Your time in the UK is precious.  That’s why we’ve grown the best team to design and deliver your private tours.  We are tourism experts, cabbies, academics, standup comedians, ex queens guards, zoo-keepers & quidditch players. Our breadth of experience has made us a favorite for work events and one-of-a-kind experiences.

Visit Britain have outlined the industry standards needed to reopen businesses in travel and tourism. Totally Tailored has met these standards and therefore been awarded ‘Good to go’ status.  Read about our new policies in light of the pandemic by clicking on the picture above.

THOUSANDS OF MEMORIES MADE, AND COUNTING

Sitting on a bench on Bond Street is a lovely reminder of the UK's and the US's friendship. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill have been sitting on this bench since 1995 when British-American sculptor, Lawerence Holofcener, was commissioned by Bond Street Retailers Association and presented it to the City of Westminster. 'The Allies' statue was created to celebrate 50 years of peace.

Make sure to stop and say hello to the former Prime Minister and former president as you stroll down to the elegant shops of Bond Street.
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American followers! 🇺🇸 Thanksgiving celebrates the friendship between the pilgrims and Native Americans after a plentiful harvest in 1621. This holiday is celebrated the fourth Thursday of November and is a time to reflect on what you are thankful for with your loved ones and a home cooked turkey dinner. 🦃

It is not customary to celebrate Thanksgiving in the UK but here at Totally Tailored we see it as a chance to thank all our wonderful guests from across the pond, for getting us to where we are today.
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London's embankment, around 26 years ago. And yes, that's Charley in the braces. ...

Happy World Tourism day! Now that travel is happening again we hope to host you on your next UK adventure. ...

Just over two miles from Edinburgh city centre, you'll find the old port town of Leith.

When the shipping trade declined the area became known for high levels of unemployment. Much of Irvine Welsh's 1993 novel 'Trainspotting' is set in the area.

To those that have read Welsh, this photo may seem a far cry from the gritty scenes of his novels.

Lots of development in the waterside area over the past 20 years mean 'The Shore' here is arguably the most picturesque and pleasent parts of Leith, home to many pubs and some of the city's most renowned restaurants.

So if you're in Edinburgh, get on the bus 22 from Prince's Street, or walk a couple of miles down Leith Walk. You might be surprised with what you find.
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Nestled in the side of a Greek restaurant on Bankside London is the stone Ferryman's Seat. While the age of the seat is unknown, we do know that this once was a seat for a Ferryman who operated a water taxi service across to the north side of the Thames and back.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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While this seat was definitely not the comfiest throne for the ferryman, it does make a nice seat for a little dog.
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It felt so good to march with the guards in London again after they took more than a year off due to Covid.

A lovely family from California takes our private tour and can be seen here outside St James' palace on our way to Buckingham palace in tandem with the new guard.
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Did you know Issac Newton is buried in Westminster Abbey? Here's Totally Tailored guide Antony showing his grave to Bonnie from Texas on our 'Inside the Abbey and Tower' private tour. Sir Isaac Newton was buried in the Abbey on March 28, 1727. Written on the grave is a latin inscription. The inscription reads "Hic depositum est, quod mortale fuit Isaaci Newtoni". When translated it reads, "Here lies that which was mortal of Isaac Newton". ...

Have you ever wanted to visit the London locations that inspired the classic Disney movie, Mary Poppins? Check out our blog post all about the famous movie locations! Link in bio ...

Finished in 1894 and designed by Sir Horace Jones (who sadly never saw it complete) London's Tower Bridge is almost certainly our favourite bridge. Featuring rising (still functioning) bascules, patriotic colours and glamouros neogothic stone cladding, is there really any contender? ...

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall at the northern edge of South Kensington and adjacent to the beautiful Kensington gardens in London.

Finished in 1871 and designed in a domed Italianate style it hosts 'The Proms' - a series of world-famous classical concerts. We're delighted to say the 2021 Prom's season starts tomorrow, a sign that London is getting back to it's good old self.
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The gorgeous city of Edinburgh as seen this afternoon from Holyrood Park.
Look carefully and you can see the grand clock of the Balmoral hotel and the bronze swirl of the latest addition to the skyline, St James' Place.
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