Having been a home to the Royal Family for over 900 years and still an Official Residence of the Queen, Windsor Castle is a magnificent sight, surrounded by beautiful grounds and overlooking the River Thames. Take time to explore the luxurious State Apartments, which today are used for State occasions and Royal receptions. Finally visit the fourteenth century St. George’s Chapel, the final resting place for former monarchs including Henry VIII.
(Viewing at Windsor Castle is restricted on Sundays. On rare occasions the State Apartments may be closed.. More Details)
Standing at an amazing height of 123 metres (404ft) the spire of Salisbury Cathedral is the tallest in England. Built some 800 years ago the revolutionary spire is considered one of the leading examples of Early English Gothic architecture. Once inside you will marvel at the newest addition to the cathedral, a beautifully sculpted font designed by William Pye. Explore inside The Chapter House which is home to one of the four only remaining copies of The Magna Carta, and Europe’s oldest working clock, dating back to 1386.
Stepping off the coach on Salisbury Plain, you will be greeted by the awesome sight of spectacular Stonehenge. Mammoth rocks rising out of the ground create the famous stone circle, which for over 5,000 years has had the world asking themselves many questions. Was it a burial ground? Was it a religious temple? Maybe, during your visit you will unlock the secrets of this unique landmark.
The City of Bath
Enjoy some free time to wander around the gorgeous streets of Bath and marvel at some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, including Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Assembly Rooms and the famous Pulteney Bridge. By the end of your visit you will understand why the City of Bath has been designated an UNESCO World Heritage site.