London's Blue Badge Tourist Guides are qualified to guide in key sites outside the capital. They can help you with both practical aspects of your day and guide you through the attractions at each location. Here are just a few of the out of town destinations you can visit with a Blue Badge Tourist Guide.
Bath, as its name suggests, is all about water. Standing on the site of Britain's only hot springs, the city's origins are the stuff of legend. The Romans arrived in the 1st century AD and built a series of baths not just for religious reasons but for recreation, health and hygiene too.
This World Heritage Site city is home to a cathedral that is not only the oldest in the country but also the site of the martydom of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170. As a result Canterbuey Cathedral became a place of pilgrimage, recorded so vividly by Geoffrey Chaucer in his Canterbury Tales.