Take advantage of Oxford's many fantastic sightseeing opportunities such as the many exquisite colleges and fabulous Georgian architecture. This city dates back thousands of years and is situated on the River Thames. Oxford has a range of attractions that suits every visitor, from the world's first public Museum opened in 1684 to the Victorian indoor market. Windsor and Eton is found just west of London and the official weekend retreat for the Royal Family. Come and see the Royal Standard flag and the changing of the guard at Windsor Castle - which is the oldest inhabited castle in the world!
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Tour Pace: Relaxed|
|Group Size: 25 - 53|
|Sat. 16th Jun 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 1st Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 7th Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 8th Jul 2018||GBP £45||Tour Full|
|Sat. 14th Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 21st Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 22nd Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 28th Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 29th Jul 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 4th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 5th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 11th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 12th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
|Sun. 19th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
|Sat. 25th Aug 2018||GBP £45|
In the morning we visit Windsor where 900 years of Royal history are waiting for you. Our experienced guide will accompany you on a walking tour of Windsor where we see what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. If the Royal flag is flying, the Queen’s at home. We have the opportunity to explore the magnificent state apartments and see how the royalty live. St George’s chapel is one of England’s most beautiful ecclesiastical buildings, and also the burial place of many kings and queens. We also take a walk over the River Thames to historic Eton, home to Britain’s most famous public school, where 18 former British prime ministers once studied.
In the afternoon we have a walking tour of Oxford, the oldest university city in England. The university is spread across the town centre among 39 separate colleges ranging in age from 50 to over 600 years.
We visit Christ Church, the grandest and most popular of all its Colleges. Founded nearly 500 years ago it has educated many big names, was used for scenes in the Harry Potter films, and is home to the smallest cathedral in the country.
During the tour we’ll hear stories about Oxford’s famous students like Bill Clinton and Lewis Carroll, and get a feel for what student life must be like. Of course no visit would be complete without a hat, tie or t-shirt from the High Street.
This epic weekend trip visits two major cities in the UK - Liverpool and Manchester. Join us to see the best of both with guided tours and ample free time to explore, you will fall in love with their unique culture, architecture and vibe. We also offer an optional extra to visit the Manchester United stadium and have an official tour including the grounds and changing rooms. While we are at the Albert Docks you can also visit the Beatles Story and learn about the lives of Liverpool's legendary rock band.
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.
Cambridge is the place to visit to be inspired by the many museums and art galleries, where you will get to experience and admire the beautiful architecture and college buildings. Take advantage of the passages set around the historic market place. Take your time to go shopping in well-known branded shops and when you have made the most of this extraordinary place take the time to relax in one of the many restaurants, pubs or cafés Cambridge has to offer. There is plenty to do for a jam packed day here! In Greenwich we'll see the famous Meridian line and its famous observatory that marks GMT and the international time-zones. There is also the exciting Greenwich market to explore and find unique things to remember your trip by!