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Enter the Palace and explore the gilded State rooms with their priceless collections of portaits, tapestries and furniture. Discover the unique history of the Formal Gardens, reflecting a journey through the styles of the ages. Explore the permanent Winston Churchill exhibition to follow the path of his life, starting with his birth at Blenheim Palace. Explore the Butterfly House, get lost in the Maze or follow the trail of our 'Greatest Brition' at Blenheim Palace to discover Sir Winston Churchill's most cherished places.
Lichfield is Staffordshire's premier heritage city nestled in the heart of the country's most creative county. With a city that's steeped in heritage and a district that's alive with action and adventure. The National Memorial Arboretum is home to over 200 significant memorials, representing military, civil services, local and overseas organisations and charities.
Wander through Stratford and get a taste of ole England – it has a very rich and varied programme of events and activities throughout the year.
Llandudno is Wales’s largest resort with a attractions, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. Perhaps most notably, Llandudno was the regular holiday destination of Alice Liddell’s family, the same Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll ‘ titular character of the novel ‘Alice in Wonderland’. It is theorized that this wonderful resort and its majestic surroundings were inspiration for the extraordinary visuals of the story.
Situated on a private peninsula overlooking stunning coastal scenery, the Italian Riviera meets rural Wales with a riot of colour and architectural styles. Built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion is now one of Wales’ most popular tourist destinations. Well known as the location for the 1960s cult TV series The Prisoner. It comprises a cluster of colour-washed buildings around a central piazza, scenic surroundings and extensive woodlands, two hotels, historic cottages, gift shops, spa & award winning restaurants."
Blackpool must surely fare as one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe. The culmination of Blackpool’s long season must be, without doubt, the fantastic illuminations, with over a million pounds being spent to light up the town they must compare equally to the famous lights of Las Vegas.
(Please Note: Subject to traffic conditions it may not always be possible to drive the entire length of the illuminations in order to comply with our drivers working restrictions.)
Oxford, the ‘city of dreaming spires’ is steeped in a rich and fascinating history. Famous for itsprestigious Oxford University, the city is home to its 38 colleges whereby many notable scholars haveemerged. Oxford's splendid High Street is lined with numerous magnificent buildings (includingmany of the colleges) and was described by American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne as "the fineststreet in England."
NEW for 2020! Why not join us on the last Sunday of each month to enjoy a relaxing day out on board one of our luxury coaches. "Where will we be going" you may well ask - sorry it's a secret but who knows, if the sun is shining we may go to the seaside or if it's not so nice perhaps a scenic tour with stops at places of interest.
Fresh air and stunning views make Cardigan Bay and Ceredigion the perfect destination for a day trip. We start our day in New Quay, once a flourishing shipbuilding centre and fishing port where the small local fishing and pleasure craft still come and go in the sheltered bay. New Quay's beaches extend in a golden arc around the bay and are ideal for strolling by the sea. We then head north to Aberystwyth, the culture capital of Wales and home to the National Library, University and an excellent Arts Centre.
Anyone in search of true English countryside need look no further than the Cotswolds. We travel via Moreton in the Marsh to Stow on the Wold. With its grand manors and gardens, quaint cottages and quiet backwaters, ancient woodlands and rolling hills, Stow is the quintessential Cotswold town, just waiting to be discovered. We continuing to Bourton on the Water, regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England. We will return via Broadway and Evesham.