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Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 76,197 reviews

An excellent idea to visit these 2 places on the same tour.

The local tour guide at the Oxford University, Chris, is very knowledgeable and a good story teller. You can tell that he is very proud of his heritage.

Friendly and prompt! Great transfer experience!

Our driver was their waiting for us in the Arrivals Hall at Heathrow and quickly helped us with our bags to the car! He was friendly and very courteous! We had an uneventful ride to our central London hotel. Well worth the price! Thanks!

Very interesting tour by a knowledgeable guide

Really enjoyed the tour of the Tower of London. Our group was very small (only five people). Our guide (Rob?) was a history teacher, and he was very knowledgeable. Would highly recommend.

The most amazing and informative harry potter tour.

Hi me and my family went for this tour and it was amazing. Our guide Nic took us around the various locations which were used in Harry Potter. We started our journey from Palace theater where the cursed child was playing,it was where we met our guide Nic. First we got sorted into different houses and Nic said that he would ask us questions about Harry potter along the way,which would determine the winner.He took us around various locations and informed us about it . He had and I-pad from where he compared the scene in the movie to the place we were in. Nic was very understanding and he slowed down when we felt tired or needed a break. We also went on a cruise in the Thames river,where he gave us additional information about the various bridges. We visited Daniel Radcliffe's school, places which inspired Diagon Alley, Gringotts Bank, Leaky Cauldron and many more. We ended our tour at Kings Cross station and saw the famous 9&3/4 platform. Nic was an amazing guide and we had a lot of fun

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A century on the light these two formidable female icons lit shine on.

Florence Nightingale and Edith Cavell have long passed on but their names will always be remembered, as will the legacies they left behind. They will be remembered by nurses and the general public. They died in very different circumstances, but both rose against unacceptable conditions and conventions; as a consequence changes followed for which the world is and always will be grateful. The lamp of Florence Nightingale continues to shed light on nursing and healthcare in general, and Edith Cavell's teaching on how to treat everybody without exception equal is what has moved nursing into the twenty-first century and made it into the highly respected profession it is today. We will always remember them.