You will likely have heard about the attack in Westminster on Wednesday, which claimed the lives of a number of innocent people.
While additional police will be on the streets of London, the message from authorities is that the city remains one of the safest in the world, and locals and visitors should not be alarmed. As such, we will be resuming our tours as scheduled on March 23rd.
Our thoughts remain with the families of the victims of this tragic event.
Roberta calls herself an Anglo-Sicilian. She was born in a small town in Yorkshire and was raised on the slopes of Mt. Etna in Sicily. When she finished school, she decided to rediscover her origins and go to study History of Art in the most haunted city in England: York.
Once graduated, terrified by York’s ghosts she escaped to Paris where she discovered her passion for acting and tour guiding. Back in London, Roberta loves giving energetic and lively tours to bring to life what she loves most about London: its theatrical and colourful history of devotion and treason, mercy and cruelty, love and sin, hope and desperation.
When not giving tours Roberta is busy performing, checking out the city’s multi cultural restaurants and taking advantage of the free wine at London’s gallery openings.