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Weekend in London

Weekend in London

A weekend in London that suits you!

And if you leave for a weekend in London to discover a city where all cultures meet? Nourished by its interbreeding, the English capital is one of the most dynamic cities in the world. During a weekend in London, you will have plenty of time to visit the main monuments of the city but also to live an exotic and unforgettable break that will make you want to revisit...  London is at your own pace, the theme you want to devote to your weekend, with or without moderation! The city is active during the week and peaceful in the weekend giving you full opportunity to enjoy its many parks (Hyde Park, Regent Park, St James Park). The London nights are also famous for their festive and sometimes offbeat atmosphere. And moving in London is a rare simplicity thanks to the very good network of subways and buses that you may take, without limitation, using your London Pass. And, if needed, There are always enough, the famous London cabs to take you wherever you want, day and night!

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Journey Highlights

  • Panoramic tour of London
  • Parliament Square
  • Magnificent Crown Jewels
  • Tower of London
  •  St Paul's Cathedral
  • Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Thames River Cruise
  • Fast track tickets into Stonehenge
  • Tour of Georgian Bath
  • See Historic Greenwich
  • Visit  Leeds Castle
  • Canterbury Cathedral.
  • See the White Cliffs of Dover
Magic of England

Magic of England

Legend has it that Merlin brought the Stonehenge stones from Ireland in one night. Today, even if we have relegated the magician to the storybook, we still do not know exactly how the builders of the megalithic monument could have brought more than 80 "blue stones" of 3 or 4 tons each from the country of Wales, a journey of more than 300 kilometers in rugged terrain, more than 41 centuries ago. Or how, a hundred years later, they transported other 50-ton blocks of massive sandstone over 20 miles. And this is only one of the many mysteries of this sacred site, amazing monument, place of worship, burials and solar observatory. But Stonehenge was not just a stone circle set in the middle of the countryside, and we're just beginning to notice it. Recently, a team of archaeologists discovered bones proving that this area was a hunting ground and a place of life for prehistoric men for at least 9000 years. On June 21st, the day of the summer solstice, men and women dressed in long white hooded dresses gather at the foot of the immense dolmens on the plain of Salisbury, in the south of England. One of them draws a circle using a wooden stick, delimiting a sacred space for spirits. A horn sounds three times. The ceremony can begin. All members of the Order of the Bards, Oats and Druids of England have made an appointment at Stonehenge to celebrate the fertility of Mother Earth.

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Journey Highlights

  • Half-day “Royal London” tour
  • Visit to the “London Eye” with Fast Track access
  • Medieval Banquet dinner
  • Hop On-Hop Off Tour Bus pass including walking tours
  • Thames River Cruise
  • Entrance fees to:
  • Kensington Palace
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Banqueting House
London Royal Palaces

London Royal Palaces

Official residence of Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace is one of London's most visited landmarks. The spectacle of the famous changing of the guard and the exterior of the palace is worth a look but if you can, take the guided tour in August or September to see the 19 splendid official apartments housing some treasures of the royal collection. A stone's throw away, Kensington Palace, home of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is also worth a visit for its cupola room and collections of royal ceremonial clothes and 17th century paintings. Immerse yourself in 500 years of royal history at Hampton Court! The state apartments of Henry VII are really incredible, special mentions for the great hall with its huge tapestries and the Royal Chapel. The taste buds are panicked in the vast Tudor kitchens, the haunted gallery makes its effect and the 25-hectare park is enchanting. It is famous for its labyrinth in yew where it is good to get lost! Visits in period costumes are organized daily.

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Journey Highlights

  • 72-hour Big Bus Tour pass with FREE walking tours
  • Visit to the “London Eye” with Fast Track access
  • Medieval Banquet dinner
  • Admission to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
  • Admission to the Sea Life Aquarium
Family Fun in London

Family Fun in London

Why visit London with your family?

There are many reasons to visit London with its children! Simple walks transport you to a very special world, crossing in front of mythical places and monuments. Organizing a family holiday in a foreign country with children is not always easy; not only must you schedule daily activities to fill your day, but also offer only those that will surely please your children, differentiate them from activities where they are sure they may be bored. And indeed, London is the ideal destination for a family vacation; there are a thousand and one things to do in London, activities and attractions for the whole family, huge parks, musicals, shows, interactive museums. Eating with young ones can be a challenge. Many restaurants in London are family friendly. Most of the time, these restaurants clearly display their kids eat free policy.  Just order an adult meal so that the children's menu is offered.

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Journey Highlights

  • London “Oyster” Travel Card 
  • Warner Brothers Harry Potter Tour
  • Tour of Oxford
  • Tour of the Cotswold's
  • Tour of Bath, Averbury & Lacock
  • inside St Paul's Cathedral
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Houses of Parliament
  • Flight on the London Eye
  • Changing of the Guard
  • Visit the Tower of London
  • View the Crown Jewels
  • Private Thames Boat trip
Complete London Plus

Complete London Plus

In the University City of Oxford, stroll through the picturesque cobblestone streets and get to know the historic city on a guided walking tour. See colleges of Oxford University, the oldest university in the English-speaking world! You will also see the 17th century Bodleian Library, where countless scholars have studied over the years.
The Cotswold’s are a mosaic of agricultural land, delineated by nearly 4,000 miles of historic stone walls. Land of soil par excellence, the Cotswold’s are distinguished by inventive cuisine and tasty traditional dishes.
There are many things to discover in Bath: Roman baths in the heart of the city, many theaters with renowned directors who make residences in the city, the Royal Crescent and its arched buildings, many museums, etc.
The 5000-year-old Stonehenge Monument is one of Britain's most intriguing. Sitting on top of the rugged Salisbury plain, Stonehenge's origins continue to baffle the experts.

 

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Journey Highlights

  • Castle of Saint-Michael's Mount
  • Visit of "Eden Project"
  • Exeter and its cathedral
  • Wells Cathedral
  • Bath Roman Bath Tour
  • Visit Stonehenge
  • Windsor Castle
  • Leeds Castle
  • Canterbury Cathedral
  • Guided Tour of London
  • Tour of London Tower and Crown Jewels
Cornwall to Canterbury

Cornwall to Canterbury

A tour to discover a new side of Britain that has preserved its authentic rural character and maritime vocation with its rocky coves, sandy beaches, green plains. Cornwall hides tiny quaint villages between moors and shores beaten by the waves of the immense ocean. Cornwall’s main attraction is probably Tintagel Castle, which is supposed to be the legendary King Arthur’s home. The story goes that Count Richard of Cornwall ordered its construction in the 12th century. Although practically only ruins remain it is interesting to be able to imagine how lived the brave King Arthur, whose adventures have been recorded in several films, books and television. After visiting the ruins of the fortress, we must visit the cliff where is the cave Merlin.

Let yourself be seduced by the picturesque harbors nestled along one of the country's most beautiful coastlines, lined with beaches or cliffs, discover exciting historic cities: Exeter and Bath, discover the beautiful Wells Cathedral, the mysterious stones of Stonehenge before visiting historical Leeds Castle and Canterbury. Finally visit London, the bubbling "so British" capital before returning home to relive your fresh memories.

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Journey Highlights

  • Visit of Cambridge
  • Tour of York
  • Little Moreton Hall
  • Tour of Chester
  • Stratford-upon-Avon and the Cotswold’s
  • Sightseeing of Bath
  • Visit Stonehenge
  • Tour Oxford University
  • Visit Windsor Castle
  • Half-day “Royal London” tour
  • Visit to the “London Eye” with Fast Track access
  • Thames River Cruise
Discover England

Discover England

Landing for the first time "on the other side", we are invariably baffled. The landscapes of England decline all the palette of greens which cut with the white of the cliffs, the red of street furniture and the facades of brick. From the fake fire that decorates the hearths to the kind ladies who call you honey or darling, all in England deserve the qualifier quaint and cozy.

Clean lawns and sidewalks, houses and gardens pampered, in England there is only the sky that the British have forgotten to repaint. Let yourself be charmed by a different way of life, by the confusing British humor and the famous British phlegm that are not appropriated!

In this monarchical country, the British youth has cracked - almost fifty years ago- the Victorian austerity and respectability that had surrounded it for more than a century, bringing together the most extravagant looks and the bowler hat!

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Journey Highlights

  • Welsh Banquet at Cardiff Castle
  • Roman Baths
  • The Beatles’ Liverpool
  • Kensington Palace
  • Tour of Edinburgh Castle
  • Brecon Beacons Nat’l Park,
  • The Cotswold’s
  • Kensington Palace
  • Stonehenge
  • Roman Baths
  • The Beatles Story
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Shakespeare’s Birthplace
  • Sightseeing of:
  • London
  • Edinburgh
  • Cardiff
  • Walking tour of:
  • Chester
  • York
Unforgettable Britain

Unforgettable Britain

Push the door of a tea room and enjoy a cream tea. Watch dolphins in Cornwall. Stroll through the pretty medieval streets of Rye. Alternate shopping and pubs in the excitement of North Laine in Brighton. Find the world of Alice in Wonderland in Oxford or the New Forest. Take a leap to prehistoric times at Stonehenge. Hiking on the mysterious trails of the Dartmoor Nature Park. Attend a football match in Liverpool, Newcastle or Manchester. Stay quiet in front of the stained-glass windows of York Cathedral. Face the mummies at the British Museum. Start a shopping session on Oxford Street. Cross the Millennium Bridge. Stroll on the banks of the Thames. Walk the neighborhood of Southwark, symbol of the renewal of London. Roll in the daffodils of Hyde Park. Start a pub crawl. Try to put a name on the masterpieces of the National Gallery. Attending a musical in the Soho district.

Edinburgh is rather picturesque while remaining quite touristy. Cut in half by the gardens of Princes Street, the city offers many faces ... To the south is the "Old Town", with a still medieval appearance. A cobbled alley with the impressive castle on one side and the Holyrood Royal Palace on the other side of the Royal Mile. So you travel a very royal mile from the castle to visit the queen, if it is there ... At worst, you will only climb the Arthur's Seat.

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