Sunday, 23 June 2013

Tours from London –Best of England Tour from London

The tour affords the opportunity to capture the enticement of England’s most charismatic counties, which are graced by luscious greenery, well preserved architecture and inspiring landmarks. This expedition would enable one to visit Oxfordshire, the Cotswolds and Wiltshire. All situated west of London, these three counties are generally regarded as constituting the heart of England, due to their unique ecological integrity, breathtaking and well maintained architecture, and a series of captivating quaint towns.  

This five-day tour usually sets off in London, heading North-West out of the city, transpiring pass the stunning English countryside. The first stop of the tour is just outside Oxford, one of the world’s most prominent University Cities. You can then enjoy a refreshing cruise of the River Thames that runs through the city. You get off your cruise at Central Oxford and indulge in a breathtaking promenade with your guide. Permit your eyes to feast on the charming golden-coloured architecture of the city. After exploring Oxford, the tour proceeds to scenic Cotswolds, halting in the town of Chipping Campden, where the first night will be spent in pre-arranged accommodation.

The second day of the tour commences with a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, a beautiful small market, which is the home of the renowned English playwright, William Shakespeare. A walking tour takes you to Shakespeare’s birthplace and burial site at Holy Trinity Church. After exploring this area, the tour again continues on the meandering roads of Cotswolds, affording timely opportunities for you to get off the coach and stretch your legs.

Day three and four are fundamentally dedicated to the exploration of the Georgian city of Bath and the interesting areas in its vicinity.

On day five, the tour proceeds from Bath to Stonehenge, then to Windsor Castle and finally back to London, completing a five-day memorable exploration of the heart of England.

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