The area of England this tour journeys through is called Kent and its known to be very fertile and famous for growing fruit and hops - these are the main ingredients for beer and cider! We visit Canterbury and learn about the Martyr Thomas Beckett who was slain by the King of England a long time ago in the mighty Cathedral. Then we venture to a beautiful castle which was used several times by Kings Henry VIII. After exploring Leeds Castle we then drop down to the coast for a photo stop at the White Cliffs of Dover to complete this great day out.
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Tour Pace: Relaxed|
|Group Size: 25 - 50|
After meeting your guide we depart London and head towards Canterbury where we will have a walking tour showing all its main attractions including the Cathedral and the Weevers house by the river. You then have free time at your leisure to explore this medieval city.
On arrival to the castle you are given entrance to the castle grounds where you are free to explore at your leisure. Explore the Tudor castle or find the secret grotto hidden in the labyrinth - there are many things to do apart from sitting back and taking in the exquisite surroundings.
The guide will tell you a time to come back to the coach
On the return to London we stop briefly at Dover so you can see the very famous 'White Cliffs'.
Our weekend tour to Amsterdam and Bruges is an action-packed adventure visiting two of the most beautiful cities in northern Europe. With a full day to explore Amsterdam, there so many things to do it can sometimes be hard to decide! With comfortable hotel accommodation and our modern coaches - we aim to make your fun-filled weekend as relaxing as possible. On our return to the UK we stop by the medieval city of Bruges to indulge in its delights such as beers, waffles and life-changing chocolates!
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland located in the Central Belt region of the country. It hosts the most stunning historical sights and in 1995, UNESCO listed the old and new towns of Edinburgh as World Heritage Sites. With a population of approximately 450,000, Edinburgh manages to combine both ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. In Edinburgh, medieval palaces rub shoulders with the best of modern architecture, Gothic churches with amazing museums and galleries. In 2004, Edinburgh became the first member of the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative when it was designated a City of Literature.The Scottish Highlands is the rugged northern and North-western portion of Scotland. This is the Scotland conjured up by visions of tartan, kilts, Bonnie Prince Charlie and all.
Come spend a day with us exploring these fantastic places and learn about how Universities started and view the stunning architecture of colleges such as Trinity, Kings College, Christchurch and more. Both of these places are very well known for their universities but they actually have much more to offer than just academia! Cambridge is a city that dates back almost 2000 years and situated in an area famous for its canals. For generations people have floated down stream to appreciate the beautiful surroundings. Oxford has many similarities to Cambridge, but it has a much busier vibe - similar to that of London while fortunately keeping its own unique identity.