South East England
English, French, Spanish
07541 274 584, 020 7385 3853, skype rafferoo
Career at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and in international trade with many years as an ex-patriate gives me an insight into enjoyable and informative days out.I am an accredited graduate student lecturer on Britain, with courses on Scotland and its culture,including distillery visits from April to October. I speak Castellano and Latin American Spanish as well as French.
|Financial Markets and the City of London|
|Innovators, Inventors and Entrepreneurs|
|Tours from London|
|Artists and Art Galleries|
|Start -ups and Doing Business in Britain|
|Paris by Eurostar|
Britain leads in design and engineering and tours reflect the highlights of our architectural heritage from the middle ages to award winning contemporary buildings in Docklands and the Olympic Park.
|Conferences & Incentives||
My career in international trade and with official visits ensures that you will receive VIP treatment and that organisation and standards are a priority.
|Food & Drink||
Visits to favourite restaurants and speciality food stores with in-house dining provide memorable authentic experiences.
Lecturing at French Business schools on Luxury Brand Management I can guide you around Britain home to numerous global brands and explore the Paris marques we discover on my one day or two day Eurostar tour.
A member of the Royal Horticultural Society, I am well-placed to offer you tours throughout south east England in public and private gardens.
|London Areas in Depth||
South Bank with Shakespeare's Globe theatre, Tate Modern, Tower of London, Docklands and Thames side walks to the Old Roman Wall and City with Jewish synagogues and early Christian churches and cathedrals.
Art galleries and specialist museums Discover Darwin's house and garden and the Wallace Collection. You can even visit a historical " Operating Theatre".
|Stately Homes & Country Houses||
There is a wide choice within an hour of London. It is possible to visit two in one day so discover beautiful interiors and the background to the owners and their collections.
West End for politics, royalty government and the elite and East End for mercantilism, docks and crime. If Jack the Ripper is not your cup of tea the riverside pub tour might suit you better?
|Business & Finance||
Business school lecturer in London and Paris since 2007,masters and MBA programmes