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London's world-class tourist attractions are renowned across the globe. Many of the most famous attractions are free to visit, for example Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum. London is Europe's best shopping destination. Whether you head to the West End or a quirky London market, there's a huge range of places to buy gifts, fashion and food.
New to our programme in 2019 this delightful tour features some of Norfolks top attractions including Sandringham House, 2 steam train rides and a cruise on the Broads. With our packed itinerary you will find plenty to see and do on this interesting holiday to the lovely coast and countyside of Norfolk.
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.
Beautiful Bute is one of the most accessible Scottish islands, just a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde. It is a short trip from Wemyss Bay to the Victoriana meets art deco-style resort of Rothesay, with its palm trees and promenade. Attractions include Rothesay Castle, the stately home at nearby Mount Stuart, and some extraordinarily varied landscapes. From the lush, fertile and rolling hills of the island's heart to the craggy, heather-covered moorlands of the north and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline, the island is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife.
Photo: Mount Stuart House courtesy of Visit Scotland
Cardigan Bay is the largest Bay in the British Isles, stretching approximately50 miles from Bardsey Island off the Llyn Peninsula in the north to StrumbleHead in Pembrokeshire in the South. Step into a gentler pace of life where youwill discover breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches, great walks andstunning wildlife.
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.
Think York and many think of York Minster, Viking York at JORVIK, and York Castle Museum and York Dungeon. But that’s just the start of York’s world famous attractions. Browse around the medieval shopping streets of Stonegate and the Shambles. Revel in York's Roman heritage at the Yorkshire Museum, Walk the city walls and discover York's royal history of kings, princes and England's Christian history.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)
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."