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Below are a range of tours on offer. We can also customise tours tailored to meet your requirements.

Chillout Tour 1

Windsor Castle Visit one of the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world which is said to be The Queen's favourite weekend home.

Stonehenge Visit the most famous prehistoric monument in the world. Stonehenge is a unique stone circle erected in the Neolithic period around 4500 to 5000 years ago. Discover it's history, significance and research from the ideas of ancient times to recent excavations and modern techniques that help to understand the monument.

Oxford Visit the cities of Oxford and Cambridge where rivalry between the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge goes back many centuries. Rivalry even extends to a Boat Race which is an annual rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club. There's even a club in London called The Oxford and Cambridge Club, founded around 1837 for members of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.

Chillout Tour 2

Windsor Castle Visit one of the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world which is said to be The Queen's favourite weekend home.

Stonehenge Visit the most famous prehistoric monument in the world. Stonehenge is a unique stone circle erected in the Neolithic period around 4500 to 5000 years ago. Discover it's history, significance and research from the ideas of ancient times to recent excavations and modern techniques that help to understand the monument.

Bath & The Roman Baths Visit the City of Bath which is served by natural hot springs. See the architecture, shops and many attractions as well as the surrounding countryside.
Visit The Roman Baths which features, the Roman Temple, the Roman bath house, the Sacred Spring, the Georgian Pump Room and finds from the Roman Bath.

Chillout Tour 3

Warwick Castle Visit Warwick Castle which dates back to before 1068 and William the Conquerer.

STRATFORD UPON  AVON Visit the 16th century home town, the birth place of William Shakespeare where he lived and died.

Oxford Visit the cities of Oxford and Cambridge where rivalry between the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge goes back many centuries. Rivalry even extends to a Boat Race which is an annual rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club. There's even a club in London called The Oxford and Cambridge Club, founded around 1837 for members of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.

Chillout Tour 4

Leeds Castle Visit Leeds Castle, which has been a fortress for more than 900 years.

Canterbury Cathedral Visit Canterbury and learn about Canterbury's history, heritage, architecture and famous buildings. Visit Canterbury Cathedral, which is a living Church of the Anglican Communion from around the world. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It is also where the archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in the Cathedral by 4 of King Henry's II knights in 1170.

The White Cliffs of Dover See the cliffs of Dover which are made of chalk, and were mentioned by the Romans during invasion of Britain in 55 BC. The cliffs form part of the English coastline between the Strait of Dover and France. The White Cliffs of Dover was also popular song made famous by Vera Lynn during Second World War.

 
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