GlavTourOperator takes part in the official reception at the General Consulate of Great Britain in St Petersburg
19 July 2015 г
The Queen of England, Elizabeth II, was born on the 21st of April 1926, although most of the official celebrations happen in the summer, usually on the second Saturday of June.
This tradition was put forwards at the start of the XX century, by Edward VII who was King of England at that time; and despite being born in autumn, he wanted to celebrate his birthday during the summer, when the weather is good and a large number of people are present.
The guests were greeted at the General Consulate; the reception was attended by Russian and foreign diplomats, representatives of local governments and businesses, and other distinguished guests from the fields of science, art and music. Accompanied by the national hymns of Great Britain and Russia, the General Consul Keith Allan presented a speech during the reception.
The GlavTourCompany actively works with Great Britain, bringing to life projects and events which are aimed at the development and the bettering of the relationship between Great Britain and Russia. These events include the President’s Cup in London, the greeting of the veterans of the Arctic Convoy in 2014 and 2015, organizing the agreement of cooperation between Psychological Associations in Russia and Great Britain.
The managers of GlavTourOperator are in charge of organizing the numerous documents needed for the visas for Great Britain. Also the establishment of tours all over UK, in particular booking of hotels in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and other cities; transport and transfers (including the world wide known English Cabs); and individual trips and excursions. Our ability to stage events across the UK shows a remarkable level of development of the company, and this level is not easy to come by. GlavTourOperator is always happy to assist and organize whatever you may need, whether it’s a trip/excursion, or a business event, in whichever city in the UK; London, Edinburgh, York, Oxford, Glasgow, Manchester, etc.