There is so much to do in London but so much more beyond! Choose from one of our fantastic day trips and explore some more of Great Britain.
The day starts at the home of the Royal Family for 900 years, Windsor Castle - the largest and oldest occupied Castle in the world. Its proud, strong walls dominate the delightful town that has grown around the castle over the years. On to Bath, the jewel of the West Country and a city famous for its elegant Georgian architecture and greenery. During the tour you will visit the Roman Baths that made the city famous, the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world stunningly restored during the Victorian era. Going even further back into the mists of time you will make your way West through rolling green Wiltshire landscape to Stonehenge, a collection of stones dragged 5000 years ago to this lonely windy plain near Salisbury.
Leeds Castle is famous for the shimmering lake that surrounds it lending it an air of serene grandeur. On your tour you will be allowed in before the doors open to the public to experience its magic in an atmosphere of still tranquility. Discover the superb collection of medieval furnishings, tapestries and impressionist art, the aviary of rare birds, the vineyard and of course the delightful maze. Travelling through Kent, the county known as the Garden of England, we make our way to Canterbury, the birthplace of English Christianity. The city's magnificent cathedral was bulit in the eleventh century and is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. We continue our tour through the picturesque landscape of Kent dotted with unusual buildings and quaint little villages to Dover, where you will see the famous White Cliffs standing 400 feet above sea level. Brooding above the White Cliffs is the sprawling Dover Castle still watching over the town 800 years on.
We begin our day travelling across the Chiltern Hills to Oxford, the City of Dreaming Spires. On your walking tour you will see Christchurch College, where Harry Potter scenes were filmed and where Albert Einstein studied. We then travel through the rolling Warwickshire hills to Stratford-upon-Avon, a market town made famous for being the birthplace of the world-famous playwright William Shakespeare. Then it is a short drive over to the medieval Warwick Castle which will take you back through its 1,000 year history as you enter over the footbridge to a bygone world of banquets, battles and ceremony.