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The Cotswolds is richly rural. There are more than 3,000 miles of public rights of way over rolling hills, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows. There is also a great tapestry of farmland with 4,000 miles of historic Cotswold stone walls dividing up the landscape. Included are a visit to Warwick Castle and a cruise in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
A new tour including Sandringham, a steam train ride and boat cruise. You will find plenty to do and see on this interesting holiday to the lovely county of Norfolk.
This island hopping holiday truly captures the beauty and charm of the Highlands & Islands. The Hebrides is unspoilt with miles of white sandy beaches and rugged Highland and moorland scenery. Sample island lifestyle, little changed for generations, see the wildlife, absorb into the unique island culture by visiting ancient historical sites spanning back over 5000 years. A fascinating and very popular holiday including magical sailings between the islands and visits to some of Scotland’s most popular mainland destinations.
Rural villages, lush green meadows, rich farmlands and sandy heathlands depicted by the famous painters Constable and Gainsborough. We visit the north of the county with its peaceful coastline, the excellent Museum of East Anglia Life, Newmarket home of Horse Racing with its New Heritage Centre & Sporting Art a must see. A visit to unique Lavenham completes the tour. This is a holiday of particular charm and nostalgia for you to enjoy.
See the best of what South Wales has to offer, explore the rich heritage and culture and come and discover why Dylan Thomas wrote so passionately about the region and his home town of Swansea, Wales' second-largest city, sitting on the five-mile sweep of Swansea Bay.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo draws together a host of creative talent from four continents. 2019 sees Scotland’s colourful military musical spectacular celebrate its 69th season. Every year the programme includes music of the massed pipes and drums of the Scottish regiments together with the music of the massed bands from around the world.
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Our exciting new tour features journeys on some of the most charming little railways of the Rhine as well as relaxing cruises along the Rhine and Moselle rivers, all of which offer panoramic views and spectacular scenery - jump on board, relax and watch the beautiful scenery gently pass you by. Due to its stunning beauty, the Rhine is an immensely popular holiday destination. Castles, cathedrals and vineyards and the river valley all contribute to the scenery, which inspired numerous poets and painters. On the river bank is the Lorelei, the intriguing Rhine temptress, is probably the most famous figure of German folklore.
“Big Tree Country” as this area is known, is full of superlatives – home to the world’s highest hedge and Europe’s oldest tree, tumbling streams and waterfalls, lochs and rivers, all amongst Scotland’s best scenery. It is this, along with the unbeatable range of things to see and do that makes Perthshire such a magnet for visitors.
Scarborough fully justifies its claim as one of Britain’s major resorts, being ideally set between two bays and overlooked by the ruins of Scarborough Castle. The rugged North Yorkshire Moors National Park is within easy distance, as is historic Whitby. We also enjoy a full day to the historic city of York, with its many attractions.
Renowned for its seven miles of family-friendly golden beaches, beautiful parks and gardens and cosmopolitan ambience, Bournemouth blends the contemporary with the traditional like nowhere else to ensure that you are truly spoilt for choice, whatever your holiday preferences.