About TT Tours - Teithiau Teleri Tours
A fully qualified and accredited Green Badge Tourist Guide, with extensive experience both in promoting Wales internationally and in customer service, I offer a wide range of tourist guiding services. These include:
* Providing guided coach commentaries, meeting coaches at a convenient location to deliver the tour
* Walking tours in towns and in the country
* Delivering your existing itineraries as half, full or multi-day tours
* Specialist knowledge to help design new tours and itineraries
* Tours for schools and for small or large groups arriving by coach
* Access to an award-winning local choir to provide pre-dinner entertainment for your group or business event
* 'Meet and Greet Services' at airports, ports and stations
* Tours for delegates and partners during conferences and corporate events
* Familiarisation tours for the tourism and hospitality sectors; for students, new employees and families.
2 specific walking tours in Cardiff - one in CARDIFF BAY and one in CARDIFF CITY CENTRE - may be booked online as detailed below on Viator and TripAdvisor.
‘A Walking Tour of Cardiff Bay’ (dubbed locally ‘From Tiger Bay to Cardiff Bay’) provides a fascinating insight into the history of Cardiff Docks and its pivotal role in the global iron and coal industries. Tracing the emergence of the colourful Butetown and Tiger Bay as one of the UK’s earliest example of a multicultural society, the story is brought up to date with the development of modern-day Cardiff Bay, one of Europe’s most ambitious and far-reaching regeneration and civil engineering projects. The Heritage and Cultural Exchange/Tiger Bay and the World has provided photographs from their archive, to help illustrate the changes in Cardiff Bay. Trustees of the Butetown-based charity trialled the tour and would highly recommend it.
‘A Walking Tour of Cardiff City’ (dubbed ‘Cardiff’s Avenues and Alleyways’) explores the nooks and crannies of Cardiff city centre, revealing its inner secrets and the city’s captivating history – from its origins as a modest Roman port, via the Norman influence and its prominent role at Elizabeth 1’s court, to the untold wealth created during the entrepreneurial Victorian era when Cardiff dominated the world’s coal industry. Today, as one of Europe’s youngest capital cities, it represents a vibrant, dynamic and cosmopolitan centre, proud of its roots and rich history.
Each tour lasts 2 hours and includes a refreshment stop at a local café or pub