Anglophiles who are anxiously awaiting Kate Middleton’s walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey can walk in the footsteps of royal romantics before the big day, thanks to the private guided Royal Wedding Tours currently offered by Kensington Tours.
Waving to the bride and groom from a place on the procession route will be the icing on the cake for the fans of fairy tale nuptials who book the 8 Day Royal Wedding Tour. Available for $2,800 per person, travelers will unpack their luggage in 4-star accommodations before embarking on sightseeing tours of London landmarks as St. Paul’s Cathedral (the site where Lady Diana Spencer said “I do” to Prince Charles), self-guided tours of Kew Gardens and Hampstead Heath and a chauffeur-driven excursion to Windsor Castle and enigmatic Stonehenge.
The city will be at the feet of romantics who book the 8 Day Royal Wedding Tour in Luxury package (available for $7,560 per person) during a champagne flight on the London Eye, just one of the activities in a destination vacation itinerary which also offers a private viewing of the crown jewels, a private tour of Windsor and Stonehenge, 5-star accommodations, and a view along the procession route of the bridal party as they leave Westminster Abbey for Buckingham Palace.
For a sojourn filled with nuptial nuances, tourists can meet with one of Kensington Tours’ Destination Experts to coordinate a personalized Grand Wedding tour. Travelers can take part in the celebrations journey to Berkshire where Middleton grew up, head to Scotland where William and Kate’s love story began at St. Andrews University or pay a visit to Anglesey in North Wales, where the newlyweds will live after tying the knot. For true royalty aficionados Kensington can even organize a private safari to the the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya where the couple became betrothed.
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