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Our most recommended England Day Trips

  • London: Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Full-Day Tour

    1. London: Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Full-Day Tour

    This full-day tour is a must-do excursion for all visitors to London. Get to see the famous Windsor Castle, the mysterious stone circle of Stonehenge and the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. Transport and guided tours at all locations are included.

    Start at Windsor Castle, home to the Royal Family for 900 years. It is still an Official Residence of the Queen. Visit the magnificent State Apartments, still used for state occasions and Royal receptions.

    Explore the castle grounds and the 14th-Century St. George's Chapel, one of the most beautiful examples of medieval church architecture in England and a burial place of kings and queens, including Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour.

    Continue through the Wiltshire countryside to Stonehenge. Shrouded in mystery, the ancient stone circle of Stonehe...

    Very comfortable bus with good driver.Very friendly and also helpful guide.I found out a lot new for me historical facts and discovered new places.

  • London: 50-Minute River Thames Speedboat RIB Tour

    2. London: 50-Minute River Thames Speedboat RIB Tour

    Feel like James Bond for the day as you experience London on the fastest speed boats on the River Thames. See more of London in 50 minutes than you’d expect to discover on more conventional sightseeing tours, and benefit from an informal and entertaining commentary along the way. Admire new and historical sights, such as the Shard, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London. Sail under Tower Bridge to Canary Wharf, and get the ultimate rollercoaster-on-water-experience whilst James Bond theme music blasts from the onboard PA system.

    Good information given by Kerry, our guide. The fast bit was fantastic. The driver really went for it!! Highly recommended.

  • London: Stonehenge Half-Day Tour

    3. London: Stonehenge Half-Day Tour

    Explore one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world on a morning or afternoon tour to Stonehenge. Travel to the site from London by air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy views of the English landscape en route. The tour is unescorted, but audio guides are available on arrival.  Situated on Salisbury Plain in the Wiltshire countryside, the cluster of 40-ton rocks were constructed more than 5,000 years ago. Although the function of Stonehenge is still a matter of fierce debate, what is known about the UNESCO World Heritage Site is that it has been a site of pagan worship for centuries. Make up your own mind as you uncover the history behind the extraordinary monument. A new world-class visitor center is now a short shuttle bus ride away from the stone circle site and combines cutting edge audiovisuals with exhibitions of ancient objects.

    It was very cool journey. We saw so much of cool places and or guide was just an excellent person! Also, wanna say thank you to our driver! Very smooth ride

  • From London: Seven Sisters and South Downs Full-Day Tour

    4. From London: Seven Sisters and South Downs Full-Day Tour

    Catch the train to Brighton from London and climb aboard a luxury minibus on arrival. Journey to the beautiful South Downs and marvel at the rolling hills created over thousands of years by grazing animals. Visit Devil's Dyke to appreciate the view across the lowland weald, and learn how the landscape was formed before making your way to Middle Farm, where you can buy cheeses, sparkling wines or cider from Sussex. Continue along country lanes to Seven Sisters Country Park to see the Neolithic carving of the Longman of Wilmington. Go for a walk to Beachy Head and take stunning photos of the white cliffs before traveling to Birling Gap to look at the dramatic coastal erosion and to get your first glimpse of the Seven Sisters cliffs. Stop at Seaford Head to enjoy an iconic view of the Seven Sisters, and walk to the coastguard cottages to appreciate the area's beauty in full. Go for a stro...

    Lawrence was very personable, informative, and accommodating. He really knows the history of the area and shares it in a funny, memorable way. We had a very pleasant day and would highly recommend this tour.

  • From London: Oxford and Cotswolds Villages Day Trip

    5. From London: Oxford and Cotswolds Villages Day Trip

    Depart London and travel by luxury Mercedes mini-coach to spend the morning exploring the beautiful university city of Oxford. Wander amongst the listed buildings and colleges, and climb one of the vantage points to get breathtaking views of the dreaming spires. Marvel at masterpieces of art and antiquities at the Ashmolean Museum, and then head towards the quaint villages of the Cotswolds to see tiny cottages built from traditional stone. Visit the village of Burford, the Gateway to the Cotswolds, and experience the small market town with enormous character and depth. Stop at an additional Cotswold village. Then, make the short journey to Bibury and take the opportunity to stroll to the famous Arlington Row.

    What a fabulous day! The Cotswolds are absolutely charming. The perfect cure to 9 days in the City. Oxford was beautiful with so much history. Our guide, Samuel (Jesus ), was knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. He kept our group running on time throughout the day. Not an easy task with 14 tourist. He also had great recommendations of places to go and things to eat. He recommended milk tea and scones, and even gave very detailed instructions on the proper way to eat a scone, so that we didn’t embarrass ourselves ( or our guide) .

  • London: Stonehenge, Windsor, and Bath Day Trip by Bus

    6. London: Stonehenge, Windsor, and Bath Day Trip by Bus

    Head out of London to uncover the charms of the English countryside on a full-day tour that takes you to famous, historical sites. See picturesque Windsor and ancient Stonehenge; stop off at the Roman Baths for a drink at the Pump Room. After leaving in the morning, you will drive to Windsor, a place awash with natural beauty. Discover the 17th-century historical monuments that line its cobbled streets. Take advantage of the option to visit the home of Queen Elizabeth II and enjoy a through-the-keyhole experience of the world’s largest and oldest castle. Then make your way to Stonehenge, its monolithic rocks rising up against the skyline on Salisbury Hill. Theories abound about the mysterious rock formation. Continue on to Bath. Standing proudly on the slopes of the River Avon, beautiful Bath was the first city in England to be designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gorge...

    Wonderful The guide Bruce was so nice and explained very well Really knows how to manage a group , knowledgeable and funny I had a great experience Thank you

  • North York Moors and Whitby Tour from York

    7. North York Moors and Whitby Tour from York

    See the best of Whitby and the North Yorkshire Moors on this fascinating and exciting full-day tour to one of Britain's most scenic areas. See the charming market town of Pickering before heading off the beaten track into the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, where there will be plenty of chances throughout your day to capture memorable photos and time to enjoy the picturesque scenery. Visit the scenic moorland village of Goathland and see the station turned into ‘Hogsmeade’ for 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone'. Discover the traditional seaside town of Whitby, enjoying a lunch of fish and chips and then taking a stroll along the harbor or visiting the dramatic ruins of Whitby Abbey, which was the inspiration for the novel ‘Dracula’. Drive through more classic Yorkshire countryside as you make your way through Egton and Egton Bridge towards Glaisdale. This peaceful villag...

    It was amazing! We learned alot about Yorkshire and the moorlands. Lee had a ton of trivia to keep us informed and entertained throughout the drive. And the moorlands are breathtaking! The towns of Helmsley and Pickering were absolutely gorgeous and are must see places when you visit Yorkshire. Whitby was a bit of a let down due to the number of tourists there -- it was chaotic. But the fish and chips shops kind of make the visit there, worth it.

  • Alton Towers Resort: Entrance Ticket

    8. Alton Towers Resort: Entrance Ticket

    Discover the excitement of Alton Towers Resort with its variety of rides, attractions and entertainment for thrill-seekers, families and kids of all ages! See the Alton Towers Dungeon which was launched in 2019 and is a hilariously hideous journey through Staffordshire’s darkest history. Experience 7 world-class rollercoasters throughout the resort. Ride on the latest addition, "Wicker Man", that brings together wood and fire, as well as "Nemesis" with its iconic twists and turns, "Oblivion" with its sheer vertical drop, and "The Smiler" with its world-record 14 inversions. For those with little ones in tow, explore "CBeebies Land", which is the perfect place to meet some of your favourite CBeebies friends including the Teletubbies, Peter Rabbit, and Postman Pat. Families can also discover Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE, learn to drive at Cuckoo Cars Driving School, catch the Runaway Mine ...

    Entry was good and parking efficient. The waiting time for rides was too long as the greatly reduced the number or rides that could be tried.

  • From London: Stonehenge & Bath Full-Day Trip

    9. From London: Stonehenge & Bath Full-Day Trip

    Enjoy a full-day tour of 2 of the West Country of England’s most famous attractions on a coach trip from London to the standing stone circle of Stonehenge and the Roman and Georgian city of Bath. Following your transfer from central London, start by exploring the mysteries of Stonehenge, the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. Dating back some 5,000 years, the stone circle is located on Salisbury Plain, and has been home to pagan religions and spiritual worship for centuries. Try to unlock some of its secrets at the new Visitor Center. Then, continue to Bath in time for lunch at leisure. There’s an incredible selection of restaurants in the city, including traditional pubs for a classic pub lunch, quaint tea houses, and cool sandwich shops for a quick snack. Enjoy ample free time to wander the delightful crescents and terraces of the city to see fine examples of Georgian archite...

    It was very nice, only there was no wifi on the coach, but otherwise the provided bus was very comfortable, plus our guide and drive were very nice.

  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: The Dare Skywalk Experience

    10. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: The Dare Skywalk Experience

    Visit one of London's newest landmarks and 'take it to the edge’ by scaling the height of the iconic Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Step out onto a glass walkway 46.8 meters above the football pitch and embark on a journey to the stadium’s iconic golden cockerel. Be one of the first to take part in this adrenaline-pumped experience at the world class Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Start at Dare Skywalk Basecamp, where you will be provided with all safety equipment and a safety briefing. After, begin your climb to the top. There will be a professional photographer at the summit to capture your experience.  Scale down and then de-kit at the bottom. You’ll exit Basecamp after your experience through the Tottenham Experience Shop, should you wish to make any purchases to make your experience even more memorable.

    Amazing it was.. I did the edge over there and absolutely terrific I was as I did something like this for the first time ever..I was very anxious at d start Ba the instructor was so nice and handsome that I forgot my anxiety..Haha.Don’t know his name Ba he was very good at his work truly professional and an excellent instructor..highly recommended..

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What people are saying about England

This was an excellent tour. The guide was friendly and very knowledgeable. He went above and beyond for my mom and I, and we never felt rushed despite a good amount of walking even though she is 69 and had an injured leg. There was plenty of time at each stop. At the end, the guide dropped us off at the beach after everyone else got off at the train station. I would highly recommend. This is a must do. The guide wears a mask and the minibus was very clean.

Amazing it was.. I did the edge over there and absolutely terrific I was as I did something like this for the first time ever..I was very anxious at d start Ba the instructor was so nice and handsome that I forgot my anxiety..Haha.Don’t know his name Ba he was very good at his work truly professional and an excellent instructor..highly recommended..

Wonderful The guide Bruce was so nice and explained very well Really knows how to manage a group , knowledgeable and funny I had a great experience Thank you

It was very nice, only there was no wifi on the coach, but otherwise the provided bus was very comfortable, plus our guide and drive were very nice.

Make sure to wear your comfort shoes to enjoy the view, as it needs long walks.