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FROM 200.00

*per person, per day.

We love doing our job and making you explore new destinations.

To start this tour we will meet in London to head to Oxford, considered a key British university. As a hint we tell you that it is the oldest university in the world. It is worth visiting! We will enjoy visiting university buildings.

We will do a guided tour with qualified professional.

Subsequently, we will head to the west through the English countryside in direction to the Cotswolds.

We can assure you that this majestic region’s landscape is ornamented with green hills and farmland, without leaving aside the charming centuries-old villages of cottages and mansions They are fascinating! We will then head for dinner and enjoy gastronomy in this cosy place.

What does it include?

    • Nights in boutique hotels

    • Full English breakfast every day.

    • Dinners

    • Road transport

    • Qualified tourist guide.

    • Walking guided tour.

What visits are included?

What's not included?

    • Flight tickets to-from UK.
FROM
200.00

*per person, per day.

Day 1

To start this tour we will meet in London to head to Oxford, considered a key British university. We will do a guided tour with qualified professional through the campus. Subsequently, we will head to the west through the English countryside in direction to the Cotswold where we will enjoy wonderful sights and finish our day with a great dinner is this cosy place.


Day 2

Early in the morning we will visit Worcester cathedral, founded in the year 680 by Bishop Bosel and where the tomb of famous King John of England is located. After that our the next stop in Much Wenlock, and a magical protected place considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site: Ironbridge, where we will travel back to the Victorian era. Our last stop of the day will be Debinghshire, where we will spend our next 2 nights.


Day 3

On day 3 we will contemplate the highest mountains and biggest lake in Wales, both located in Snowdonia National Park. Its surroundings are fascinating because apart from mountains and lakes you will find natural forests you will see Wales' the most emblematic tree called Welsh Oak. Then we will visit Llangollen, very popular for its brick houses and sloping roofs whi are undoubtedly interesting, it is a small town located very close to the River Dee. Finally we will go back to our accommodation to rest and prepare for day 4.


Day 4

On day 4 we start walking on the streets of Chester, a magical city located in the northwest of England whose places we cannot miss are: the Roman amphitheatre, Chester Cathedral, the city walls, and The Eastgate Clock. Then we head to Haworth, a place filled with historical places such as the Brontë Stone Chair. Finally we will head to York where we will spend the following 2 nights.


Day 5

Today we will spend our day strolling through the streets of York and seeing it's sights. York is an historical city filled with medieval architecture. Here we will visit world famous York's gothic Cathedral where we will have the opportunity of experiencing a panoramic view of the city from the Cathedral's rooftop.


Day 6

On day 6 We will leave York and we'll head to Castle Howard, a building of the British aristocracy full of immense gardens that seem to be drawn from a fairy tale. Then our drive then takes us through the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a wonderful county that you will surely remember for its incredible green fields, villages and stone farms. Finally, we go to the Lake District, where we will spend 2 nights and we promise you that the stay will be incredible.


Day 7

A tour through emblematic national parks of Great Britain have been prepared for you. We start with lake Windermere, considered the biggest lake in the whole country. It is very popular for its movie style hills and landscape. We continue to Dove Cottage, synonym of history and culture, without a doub a house very cozy where William Wordsworth lived


Day 8

It is time to go back 2,000 years ago and visit Birdoswald Fort, characterized by its ancient Roman sites and of course the overwhelming wall of Hadrian. We will learn a lot about the war at that time, without leaving aside the peoples who are part of history on the border of Scotland and England. We know that you will surely be feeling hungry by the end of the day, so we will taste a rich dinner, very characteristic of the Scottish gastronomy.


Day 9

Day 9 arrives! On this day we start at Abbotsford, a family house and home to the popular poet and novelist Walter Scott. Then we will go to Rosslyn Chapel a dramatic chapel related to the masonry and spirituality, that is believed to be an energetic point of the earth and a portal to another dimension. You will surely remember this place as part of the set for The Da Vinci Code. Finally we go to Edinburgh where our tour reaches its end but we hope we will see each other soon!


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