Days Qut

Days Out

Imperial Limousines provide a comprehensive range of guided tours throughout the UK. You may select from a number of places of interest to visit in your chosen tour location or alternatively, choose a location and allow us to select the route and places to visit. Below is a selection of our most popular tours.

London Sightseeing Tours

London Sightseeing Tours in Luxury Chauffeur Driven Limousines
London tours by day or night including the London Amphibious Tour.

The great alternative to an organised sightseeing tour of London is to see the sights and delights in one of our luxurious stretch limousines.

You will be collected and taken in one of our luxury stretch limousines to the destinations on your chosen tour, these can be selected by yourselves or we can arrange a set tour. You will have exclusive use of the limousine and your guide will give you a complete and personal service tailored to meet your exact requirements. You choose how long to stay at each attraction.

Londons Riverboat Tour

Imperial Limousines offer the ultimate in London sightseeing tours using both road and river adventures to see the sights. First of all we take you on a guided tour of London in our luxury limousine, then we embark on our riverboat adventure taking in such places as The Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. The excitement of seeing the capital in this unique way is enhanced by the excellent tour guides and their enthusiastic methods.

Oxford, The Cotswolds, Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village

On this tour you will visit Blenheim Palace, a college in Oxford which is part of the world famous Oxford University, Bladon Churchyard, tour the Cotswolds and visit the Designer Retail outlet Bicester Village. Entrance fees are included in the tour price.


One of the most visited and historic cities in Britain and home to the famous university, founded originally in the twelfth century with the oldest college going back to 1249 and described as the “City of Dreaming Spires”. Your guide will take you to see some of the major buildings in addition to one of Oxfords famous colleges.

Churchill’s Bladon

We will take you to visit the churchyard where Sir William Churchill is buried at Bladon on the edge of the Cotswolds.

The Cotswolds

As we drive into the Cotswolds Hills we will show you some of England’s most beautiful countryside dotted with country villages. We stop for a lunch of your choice in one of these villages giving you time to savour some “Old English” Pubs and antique shops.

Bicester Village

Indulge in the complete shopping experience at Bicester village where you will find all your favourite British and international designer brands offering end of season collections at prices that are reduced by up to 60%.

Blenheim Palace

This is Britain’s most magnificent steely home and the ancestral seat of the Duke of Marlborough, also the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Guided tours are available to savour the spectacle that is Blenheim Palace and view the park that was described by Churchill’s father as “the finest in England”.

Windsor Town and Castle

We will stop in idyllic Windsor where you can walk along the Thames and have lunch, take photos of the Castle, visit the Barracks of the Queens Guard, watch the changing of the Guard or just shop in Windsor’s excellent shopping malls.

Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and has been home to our Monarchs since 1078 when it was first built by William the Conquerer. You will see the magnificent state apartments containing a fabulous collection of treasures including works of art by Van Dyke, Rembrandt and Rubens. When the state apartments are closed we will view the equally magnificent apartments at Hampton Court.


It was at Runnymeade that King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta in June 1215. There are a number of fascinating sites to see in this area.

Privy Gardens at Hampton Court Palace (Open April – October)

Hampton court lies on the Banks of the River Thames surrounded by 60 Acres of beautiful gardens. The Palace is the famous Tudor palace built in 1514 by Cardinal Worsley – the most powerful man in the kingdom after the king. It is the largest brick built residence in the country with marvellous traditional gardens laid out in the 17th century. You will also see the delightful Privy Gardens laid out for William III in 1702. When the privy gardens are closed (November – March) your trip will include a delicious, typically English cream tea.

Henley Regatta, Festival and Museums

Henley Regatta

Henley Regatta was first held in 1839 and has been held annually ever since, except during the two World Wars. Originally staged by the Mayor and people of Henley as a public attraction with a fair and other amusements, the emphasis rapidly changed so that competitive amateur rowing became its main purpose.

Temple Island

Temple Island is situated a mile and a half downstream of the picturesque market town of Henley, on one of the most beautiful reaches of the River Thames. Located amidst rolling water meadows and surrounded by wooded hills, it marks the Start of the famous Henley Royal Regatta Course.

The Temple itself is a delightful folly, designed by James Wyatt as a fishing lodge for Fawley Court, the Christopher Wren mansion on the Henley Reach. The Temple was built in 1771, its interior being based on designs which had just been discovered at Pompeii.

Henley Festival

The Henley Festival is one of the great events of the English summer. A fabulously picturesque Thames-side location, the elegance of the Stewards Enclosure of the Henley Royal Regatta, and, of course, an extraordinarily diverse, world class programme of events, complete with a whole range of eating and dining facilities.