South East England
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Private Full Day Tour: Cotswolds Country, Oxford & Blenheim

1. Private Full Day Tour: Cotswolds Country, Oxford & Blenheim

These private tours are ideal for one or two couples who wish to explore London and its environs in the comfort of a chauffeur-driven vehicle. It may also be suitable for a family of up to 6 people who would like a private tour. Chauffeurs provide a panoramic tour with historic highlights and luxurious transport to and from the sites visited but are not accredited tour guides. The tour descriptions suggested itineraries the passengers may visit any other sites within the tour areas, time permitting. The driver will discuss any specific requests with passengers on the day. This tour will take you through some of the most beautiful patches of countryside in England. After visiting the University City of Oxford, see the village of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace (Churchill's birthplace) with its beautiful lake. The heart of the Cotswolds Country boasts a variety of picturesque villages, including Stow-on-the-Wold, Upper and Lower Slaughter, and Bourton-on-the-Water. Please note that blue badge Guides can be available for an added cost.

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London to Southampton Cruise Terminal via Stonehenge

2. London to Southampton Cruise Terminal via Stonehenge

Travel by executive coach from London to the Southampton cruise terminal via Stonehenge on this 6-hour excursion. One of the greatest mysteries of the prehistoric world, Stonehenge has been described as a temple, as a clock, and by some as a burial site. Enjoy a visit with an audio-guided tour around the world-famous stones. After 90 minutes at Stonehenge you’ll depart on the 1-hour drive to Southampton. When you arrive at the cruise terminal all you’ll need to do is identify your luggage to the porters and then check-in to begin your cruise. The tour price includes travel by executive coach, admission to Stonehenge, the services of a tour manager, and drop off at Southampton Cruise Terminal.

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Dover to London & Heathrow Transfer via Warner Bros Studios

3. Dover to London & Heathrow Transfer via Warner Bros Studios

Take advantage of your time in England and combine your transfer from Dover cruise terminal to London or Heathrow, with entry to the Warner Bros Studio: The Making of Harry Potter, a truly unique attraction that allows you to experience the magic that has gone into creating one of the most successful film series of all time.  Visit some of the most iconic film sets featured throughout the movies, including the Forbidden Forest, the Gryffindor common room, Dumbledore’s office, the Ministry of Magic, Hagrid’s Hut, the Weasley Kitchen, and Diagon Alley and so many more! Learn how actors were transformed into creatures, and how the visual effects teams created this magical world. This tour aims to depart Dover by no later than 10:00am. The journey from Dover to Warner Bros Studio is approximately 2.5 hours, and there will be a short comfort stop en route in a service station with bathroom facilities, shops and restaurants. Scheduled arrival time at the Studio is between 1:00pm and 2:00pm. After 3 to 3.5 hours at the studios, the coach will begin drop offs, aiming to arrive in Heathrow at approximately 6:30pm and central London around 7:00pm to 7:30pm.

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Transfer from Southampton Cruise Terminal to Hotel/Airport

4. Transfer from Southampton Cruise Terminal to Hotel/Airport

This transfer from any cruise terminal from Southampton cruise terminal to London Hotel or London airports makes traveling simple and easy for you. These transfers operate 24 hours, 7 days a week. This shared transfer will take you to your cruise terminal arrival hall to the destination of your choice. Your driver will be waiting for you holding a sign with your name on it. They will assist you with your luggage, then drive you to your destination while you relax comfortably in the vehicle.

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Southampton–London via Salisbury, Stonehenge & Windsor

5. Southampton–London via Salisbury, Stonehenge & Windsor

The first stop on your excursion is Salisbury, boasting one of the finest Gothic Cathedrals in Britain, built in the 13th century, and a stunning medieval town center. You’ll spend an hour in Salisbury before departing for mysterious Stonehenge. The drive from Salisbury to Stonehenge takes you through some beautiful English countryside and villages, passing historic churches and thatched cottages. Before arriving at Stonehenge your guide will tell you about the many myths, legends, and facts surrounding this prehistoric structure. Stonehenge has been described as one of the greatest mysteries of the prehistoric world. Was it a temple, a clock, a burial site, or something else? On arrival you’ll have time for a visit and an audio-guided tour around the world famous stones (admission fee not included), or time to browse the gift shop. After 90 minutes at Stonehenge you’ll depart for Royal Windsor, where you’re scheduled to arrive in time for a late lunch. You’ll then have some time to explore the city and castle. Windsor Castle is the largest continuously occupied castle in the world and your guide will tell you about its history from William the Conqueror to the current Queen (admission not included, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). If you opt not to enter Windsor castle, enjoy a stroll through the old town and Eton. The coach departs Windsor at 16:00 and passengers will be dropped off at major Heathrow hotels beginning at 16:45. When booking, please specify your hotel and the terminal, if applicable. Drop offs are also provided at terminals 1-5. A drive into London is next, which is less than an hour from Heathrow. The guide will manage the hotel drop offs, where additional vehicles or taxis may be used (included in the price) to ensure the hotel drops are completed as quickly as possible. Drop off options include 250 London hotels and selected main line London train stations.

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Private Tour from London: Windsor Castle & Hampton Court

6. Private Tour from London: Windsor Castle & Hampton Court

This 6 hour tour will conduct you to the royal settings of Windsor Castle and Hampton Court. The drive to these magnificent locations will take you through riverside meadows at Runnymede where King John signed the Magna Carta. Ideal for one or two couples, a family, or any group of up to 8 people, this chauffeur-driven sedan tour will take you to explore the Royal grounds in the safety and comfort of a private car. Built high above the River Thames, Windsor Castle has been home to the Royal Family for 900 years. It is the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. Its magnificent State Apartments are still used today for state occasions and royal receptions by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the Royal family. Built in 1514 and beautifully situated, Hampton Court Palace was a favorite residence of Henry VIII. Five of his wives lived here, and the ghosts of two are alleged to haunt it. While here, you may choose to visit the manicured masterpieces of Hampton Court Gardens. A chauffeur-driven sightseeing tour provides a door-to-door service that is much more convenient than taxis, buses or other means of public transportation. Your driver will wait patiently as you take photographs, or visits museums or other attractions during your tour. Our chauffeurs know the area very well, and can provide a panoramic tour with historic highlights and luxurious transport to and from the sites visited. Let us help you enjoy a perfect outing to Windsor Castle and Hampton Court.

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Dover to London & Heathrow via Canterbury and Leeds Castle

7. Dover to London & Heathrow via Canterbury and Leeds Castle

After meeting your friendly guide at Dover Cruise Terminal, board a luxury coach and combine your transfer to London with a wonderful tour of the Garden of England, with visits to historic Canterbury and Leeds Castle. Firstly, come face-to-face with the White Cliffs of Dover, and the magnificent Dover Castle. The fortress dates back to Roman times, and is one of the largest and most impressive castle keeps in Britain. Continuing through this chalk landscape, discover the history of the country, from Celtic Settlers and Roman invaders to the Saxon migration and the Norman conquest. Stop at the city of Canterbury and glimpse into its world famous cathedral on a guided walking tour. Formerly the Roman town of Durovernum Canticorum, the city boasts a wealth of history. After the walking tour, have some free time to walk the narrow streets and admire the historic buildings. In the cathedral, you can see the tomb of King Henry IV, the resting place of The Black Prince and learn of the death in 1170 of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. It is then on past the Oast Houses, hop fields, orchards and vineyards to Leeds Castle, described by Lord Conway as the loveliest castle in the world. Dating back to 880AD, Leeds Castle has been home to many English Queens, from the end of the 12th century to the Tudor reign. Beautiful landscaped gardens are a main feature of the grounds, as is the stunning lake. Explore the castle's historic interior, admire the delightful rooms and get lost in the famous maze. After some free time, the tour departs for central London to begin drop offs, followed by Heathrow drop offs. The drive from Leeds Castle to London takes you through Royal Greenwich, and past Tower Bridge, with a view of the Tower of London. 

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London to Southern England Cruise Terminals Transfers

8. London to Southern England Cruise Terminals Transfers

Your driver or assistant will meet you at your accommodation, holding a sign with the lead traveler's name on it. The driver will then assist you with your luggage, loading it into the vehicle. The vehicle used is no more than 3 years old. Sufficient time will be allowed for any traffic delays, ensuring that you arrive on time.  Enjoy the English countryside as you travel to the cruise port. The driver will once more assist you with your luggage and bid you farewell as you board the cruise ship.

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Stratford, Warwick & Blenheim PrivateTour from London

9. Stratford, Warwick & Blenheim PrivateTour from London

This full-day tour offers a rich variety of options on a route that passes through the University City of Oxford to the delightful town of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace, before heading north to Stratford-Upon-Avon and Warwick Castle. Tours pick up and drop off at your central London hotel at a time convenient to you. Your chauffeur will provide a panoramic tour taking in historic highlights as you head northwest from central London to the historic city of Oxford, seat of one of the oldest universities in the world. You can pause at the delightful town of Woodstock to visit Blenheim Palace, Churchill's birthplace, with stunning Capability Brown gardens that are a delight to walk around. At Stratford you can take in a selection of sites associated with Shakespeare, from his birthplace to Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Finish the day at the magnificent medieval Warwick Castle located on the bend of the River Avon. One of the most popular castles in England, its formal, landscaped gardens are a special treat For an extra treat you can hire the services of a Blue Badge Guide who will accompany you and provide fascinating insights in to some of the United Kingdom’s most beloved destinations within a day’s access of London.

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Private Full Day Tour: Kent, Canterbury & Dover from London

10. Private Full Day Tour: Kent, Canterbury & Dover from London

This full-day tour by private chauffeur driven vehicle takes a drive through England’s garden, the bucolic county of Kent. Relax as you drive southeast from central London heading for the coast. Your first destination is the medieval walled city of Canterbury, site of Canterbury Cathedral and scene of the murder of Thomas Becket. The tour is ideal for couples that wish to explore in comfort, but can also accommodate families or groups of up to 8 people. You will be picked up at your central London hotel at a time suitable to you and whisked off to the countryside. Sit back and relax as you travel through rolling hills and lush woodland. Located about 90 minutes outside London, once at Canterbury you can explore on your own. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Cathedral or wander the narrow streets to discover the charming weaver’s houses and timbered buildings. You will then move on to Dover, situated on the coast and famous for its white chalk cliffs and medieval castle. Explore at your own pace, before the return journey to central London, a traveling time of approximately 90 minutes.

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What people are saying about South East England

Beach is nice, clean and soft sand. Too much wind but can hire the wind blocker and enjoy. Connected to road and railway station.

Driver Jose was outstanding. Very punctual and knowledgeable. Excellent driver

We had the BEST experience!! OUR DRIVER WAS THE BEST, and we will use again

Great service. Came into hotel to pick us up. Very prompt.

Excellent professional driver! Wonderful experience!