Book round trip flights and 3 nights accommodation at the 3* Royal National.Price from $744 per person. For slected travel dates in December, 2011. *Prices exclude taxes and fees of approximately $206 plus $2.50 September 11th Security fee.Book now
Driving is a good way to enjoy the English countryside, villages and towns. We have put together the following suggestions for popular places of interest to be visited.
Car rental from $30 per day.
7 day flydrives from $599pp *Prices exclude taxes and fees of approximately $206 plus $2.50 September 11th Security fee.
When you are exploring Britain there are many hotels located throughout the countryside to stop at for a night or more. Including Somerset, Wiltshire, Warwickshire, Coventry, Canterbury, Windsor, Devon, Cambridge, The Peak District, Cumbria and Cornwall.Find out more
• Free access to approximately 480 heritage attractions, including castles, stately homes, gardens and historic sites throughout Britain.
• Also offering 50 percent reduction on entry to selected attractions.
• The remarkable pass gives significant value, and if you only visit less than one property per day, you still make fantastic savings on entrance prices.
• The Pass comes with a Britain visitor guide as well as a sightseeing map.
Another option is to go from London to Leeds to visit the famous Leeds Castle and then on to Canterbury Cathedral and finish off with a relaxing and picturesque drive over the White Cliffs of Dover.
Why not go from London to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and then onto Bath. Where you can visit Windsor Castle, Eaton College, Stonehenge and the Roman Baths all in just 2 days.
Or from London to Warwick where you can visit Warwick Castle then onto Stratford to see the birthplace of Shakespeare followed by Christchurch to see where many scenes from Harry Potter were filmed and finish off with a drive through the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds.
Big Bus - All tickets include a free hop on hop off river cruise, a walking tour and a bonus card giving discounts at bars and restaurants.
London Eye - A gradual flight in one of the high tech glass capsules offering spectacular views of London.
3 day London sightseeing pass - Discover more and pay less with the London Sightseeing pass offering great value and convenience giving you entry to over 55 top attractions.Book now
Take in a play or musical at one of London's renowned West End theatres or weep to the performances at London's English National Opera House.
Choose from Billy Elliot, Jersey Boys, Legally Blonde, Les Miserables, The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked and many more.
London, Manchester and Liverpool are well known for their cultural offerings. Visit the Tate Modern in London, or the Tate Liverpool, the Quays at Salford in Manchester or the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard where you can see Mary Rose and HMS Victory.
Bring history alive in England, from the majestic Houses of Parliament in London, to prehistoric, mysterious Stonehenge. The sun shines on Brighton’s pebbly beach dotted with striped deckchairs, and limestone walls snake their way across Yorkshire’s verdant dales. Bath’s gracious Georgian terraces are a contrast to trendy canal-side flats in converted Manchester warehouses.
• Take your kids to the creepy London Dungeon, Natural History Museum and Science Museum.
• Explore Regents Park, home to the Gorilla Kingdom and the rest of London Zoo.
• Enjoy outdoor games on Hyde park's wide open spaces and go boating on the lake.
• Take to the water on your London family holiday with a boat trip along the River Thames.
Why not visit Edinburgh for a couple of days. You'll be captivated by the grandeur of the Royal Mile and Castle on your first visit. Also head over to the New Town and the Scott Monument on Princes Street, then do a little browsing on Edinburgh's shopping strip.Find out more
Or even Glasgow for a short break. Major attractions include The Gallery of Modern Art set in a stunning neo-classical building in the city centre and the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, located in an imposing building in the West End. Glasgow is also great for shopping and eating out.Find out more
All prices are in USD per person. Package prices exclude Government taxes and fees extra of approximately $206 plus a $2.50 September 11th Security fee per person. Hotel prices are per person per night based on two adults sharing a standard twin or double room. Prices are sample prices and are correct as at Nov 18, 2011, please check Ba.com to confirm current prices and availability. Standard British Airways terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions please refer to www.ba.com.