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Discovering London

Full day tour of London.
Price GBP 69 per person.
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Tour runs daily, all year.
   Starts at 08:45 from Victoria Coach Station
   Ends at 18:00 at Victoria Station

London Tower Bridge The tour starts with a professional guide showing you the architectural masterpiece that is Westminster Abbey where Kings, Queens, statesmen, poets and writers whose lives altered the course of British history are buried, together with the hushed secrets they took to their graves… The scene of 38 coronations and 14 Royal weddings, the very walls of Westminster Abbey resonate with the pulse of Britain. Find out who’s buried standing up, and whose body was dug up, hanged and beheaded (and why!)

You'll also see other famous London sights, including Big Ben, the breathtaking Gothic wonder that is the Houses of Parliament. We travel along Whitehall and Downing Street - the London residence of the Prime Minister - to Trafalgar Square, the proud Victorian centre of London watched over by Lord Nelson from the top of the 202 foot Nelson’s Column towering above London's skyline.

You'll then see the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace in all its colourful pageantry.(Occasionally there may not be a Changing of the Guard. On these occasions we will visit Horseguards Parade, built on the site of the jousting yard of the old Whitehall Palace and the scene of reviews, parades and ceremonies).

Time for a hearty well-earned lunch onboard one of London’s finest restaurants, The RS Hispaniola. Moored opposite the London Eye on the banks of the River Thames, there is no finer place to sit back and enjoy the splendid fine dining experience that the Hispaniola has to offer. Meal is not included

After lunch we join a Thames River Cruise where you’ll get stunning uninterrupted views of the Gothic style Houses of Parliament, the London

Then it’s onto the Tower of London. Jet black ravens guard this ancient fortress steeped in centuries of murder, treason and the untold secrets of the condemned. The splendidly dressed Beefeaters will tell you about the Tower’s history, and the Crown Jewels.

Then it's on by coach to the square mile of the City of London, see the glorious dome of St Paul’s Cathedral, the elegant Mansion House, home to the Lord Mayor of London, and the nearby Bank of England, known as The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street, at the heart of the City.

Winchester, Stonehenge and Roman Bath

A full day tour of Winchester, Stonehenge and Georgian Bath.
Price GBP 69 per person.
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Daily All year.
  Starts at 08:45 from 258 Vauxhall Bridge Road
  Ends at 18:45 at Victoria

We start the day making our way across the chalk downs of Hampshire to Winchester, a delightful city that basks in an atmosphere of beauty, antiquity and tranquility! You'll see the mighty 11th Century Winchester Cathedral, the site of the burial of generations of Wessex Kings, their stories lost in the midsts of time and overshadowed by the Norman Conquest of 1066. Winchester was once a major fortification against the Vikings and King Alfred the Great who was buried at Winchester in 899 is commemorated in a magnificent statue in the City centre that has become a landmark in itself.

Going even further back in time we then make our way through the rolling Wessex landscape to Stonehenge, a collection of stones dragged 5000 years ago to this lonely windy plain near Salisbury. Who built it? Why? These questions have haunted the minds of centuries of scholars, but what we do know is that Stonehenge must have had some astronomical function. Set in a landscape dotted with prehistoric mounds and carvings, Stonehenge continues to enthrall the imagination and captivate the heart of every visitor. You’ll have the opportunity to walk around these magical stones and contemplate the landscape in which they were built so many centuries ago.

Our final stop for the day is Bath, the jewel of the West Country and a City famous for its elegant Georgian architecture and greenery. Enjoy your panoramic tour of Bath: you’ll be enchanted by its beautifully proportioned streetscapes and lovingly cultivated flowerbeds that are a feast to the eye at every turn. You'll see the 'lantern of the West' Bath Abbey, the often-photographed Pulteney Bridge, modelled on the Florentian Ponte Vecchio, and the marvellously symmetrical and perfectly proportioned Georgian Crescents that helped make Bath so famous. Don't forget your camera! During the tour we'll visit the Roman Baths that made the City famous, the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world stunningly restored during the Victorian era. You'll also have time to shop around and explore at your leisure this compact and largely pedestrianised City centre. All Entrances included.

Greenwich, Leeds Castle, Canterbury, Dover & Cruise

See fairytale Leeds Castle, Gothic Canterbury Cathedral, Kent 'Garden of England', White Cliffs of Dover, Lunch in Canterbury and a Thames River Cruise from Greenwich to Westminster, stopping at the Tower of London.
Price GBP 69 per person.
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Daily All year.
  Departs at 08:45   from 258 Vauxhall Bridge Road
  Returns at 19:30 in Victoria

Leeds Castle is famous for the shimmering lake that surrounds it lending it an air of serene grandeur. On your tour you'll be allowed in before the doors open to the public to experience its magic in an atmosphere of still tranquility.

Leeds Castle has inspired countless artists with its picture-perfect medieval Castle in 500 acres of parkland and gardens. Discover the superb collection of medieval furnishings, tapestries and Impressionist art, the aviary of rare birds, the vineyard and of course the delightful maze. The Guides will be at your disposal to enhance your appreciation of this extraordinary fortification.

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 in the eleventh century and is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Cathedral is linked to many great church figures, the most famous being St Thomas Becket, who was gruesomely murdered there in 1170. Canterbury Cathedral's Gothic style architecture is a lasting testament to its seat as the birthplace of English Christianity, and a monument to the enduring power of its first Christian missionaries.
Canterbury is also where we stop for a scrumptious lunch. Meal not included.

We continue our tour through the picturesque landscape of Kent dotted with unusual buildings and quaint little villages to Dover, where you'll 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.

En route back to London we stop at Greenwich. Here you will see the Cutty Sark, the most famous tea clipper to survive today. Then it’s on to our Thames River Cruise. A perfect way to round off a day after exploring the treasure of Kent, the Garden of England!

All Entrances included

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