Welcome to St Paul
Smaller and quieter than its twin city Minneapolis, St Paul has retained more of a historic character. Walk through F Scott Fitzgerald's old stomping grounds, trek the trails along the mighty Mississippi River, or slurp some Lao soup
Top experiences in St Paul
St Paul activities
Follow the Foosteps of Saint Paul in Athens and Ancient Corinth
FOLLOW THE FOOTSTEPS OF ST.PAUL This tour follows the footsteps of St Paul in his second trip to Greece, mainly Athens and Corinth. We visit the Acropolis, below which is Areios Pagos (the hill of Ares): there, we read the original text of the speech of St. Paul about the “Unknown God”. Then, we drive around Athens to visit some of the sites that St Paul would have seen at that time (the Temple of Zeus, the Agora, The Temple of Efestus, etc) as well as some of the most important sites of modern Athens (Olympic Stadium, Old University, National Library, etc). After that, we leave Athens and drive along the coastline for about an hour towards Corinth. We make a small stop at the famous Corinth Canal for pictures. Then we drive to Ancient Corinth where St Paul lived for more than one year. There he worked with Aquila and his wife Priscilla and preached to the Corinthians. We visit the Roman market, the impressive Temple of Apollo, the Archaeological Museum, the Theatre. This tour lasts about 8 hours.
Mornington Peninsula Winery Tour Including Wine Tastings and 2-Course Lunch from Melbourne
Meet your guide and driver at 9:25am at St Paul's Cathedral on Flinders Street in Melbourne, then enjoy a scenic drive for approximately 1 hour to reach your first stop in Mornington Peninsula - Port Phillip Estate. Upon arrival, enjoy a wine tasting. Port Phillip Estate is one of Mornington Peninsula’s most exciting cellar doors. With its bold architecture, elegant tasting bar and spectacular views their cellar door is the perfect place to enjoy their wine. All of which is entirely estate grown. Next, head to T’Gallant. Here, you'll enjoy a wine tasting followed by a 2-course lunch, featuring their delicious mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas. Savor your meal with an included glass of wine and some coffee/tea with your desert. After lunch, hop back in your vehicle and make your way to the next stop - Red Hill Estate. This boutique winery is steeped in tradition. While you are tasting wines from their multiple-award wining range, enjoy panoramic views of Western Port Bay.Finally, meet the winemakers Kathleen Quealy and Danny Calvert when you travel to Quealy Winemakers estate in Balnarring. Take a tour of the vineyard and winery, and sip on a sample from a large selection of cellar door offerings. Upon completion of the visit at Quealy around 4:30pm, you'll board your vehicle for your return trip to St Paul's Cathedral arriving at approximately 5:30pm.
Private Tour: Guided and Chauffered Tour of London
Your guide and driver will join you at your departure location of choice, such as your hotel or apartment. Once seated in the comfortable vehicles, relax with air conditioning, and enjoy the sights as your private guide gives you an unforgettable tour of the city.Your day is completely flexible allowing your to choose what you want to see - if you are unsure, let your guide amaze you! With a separate guide and driver, you can leave the vehicle at any point to explore London's most quaint areas on foot. A sample itinerary could include:Journey through the West End of London, enjoying London's theatre and cinema scene at Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Enter the Westminster area and take in the wonders of Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the London Eye. Enjoy the breathtaking Changing of the Guard Ceremony with your guide who knows the best secret locations away from the crowds.Next, stop for a bit of luxury shopping at Bond Street or Harrods, followed by lunch made fresh at a 1000-year-old market or at a 500-year-old authentic London pub. Journey back to the beginning of London and hear about The City and its fascinating stories including the Great Fire and the Plague. All the while, a stopover at St Paul's Cathedral will be sure to amaze you. Cross the Millennium Bridge and see Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Finally, conclude the day as you encounter the stunning Tower of London, London Bridge and Tower Bridge, followed by drop-off at your location of choice - a restaurant, museum, your hotel or shopping. Get tips and recommendations for the rest of your stay such as the best places to eat, how long you should spend at the British Museum or what to see and do in Camden. This is just an example though, and your tour will be perfectly tailored to you and your tastes. If you are a Harry Potter fan, love the Beatles or want the best restaurants in London, simply let the supplier know. Or why not venture away from the beaten path and see the Olympic Park or beautiful, village-like Greenwich where is a mere 20-minutes away from central London?