2 - 7pax with flexible departure date
Start in : London
Private airport transfer
End in : London
Private airport transfer
Places : Great Britain
London - Oxford - Stratford Upon Avon - Manchester - Glasgow - Edinburgh - York - Cambridge
Duration: 1 to 7 Days
Introduce a unique concept that let you decide places and timing you wish to travel.
Chinese / Cantonese Speaking Guide
Today sees you touching down in London, the largest city in Europe and one of the great cities of the world, the home to some of the greatest names and events in history from Shakespeare to Churchill, and from the mighty Tower of London to the majestic façade of Westminster Abbey.
Led by your lovely Chinese guide, you will visit the borough of Westminster, where you’ll find the iconic Neo-Gothic edifice that houses Parliament and the clock tower that houses Big Ben, the world’s most famous bell!
Experience London's royal heritage and pageantry in the glorious Buckingham Palace and cross over one of London's most recognisable sights, familiar from dozens of movies, Tower Bridge!
Experience a day at the renowned city and university of Oxford, the world’s most prestigious institute of higher learning and the centre of English letter.
You’ll walk the grounds of the campus and see the iconic dome and façade of the Radcliffe Camera, the Ashmolean Museum, the oldest university museum on the planet, the spire of Christ Church Cathedral, and amble amongst the bustle of traffic on High Street!
Now you go back in time, into the early 17th-century courtyards and townhouses of Stratford-upon-Avon. Thatched roofs hang over quaint streets, chapels are lost amongst sprawling apple trees, and nothing seems to have changed since Shakespeare was born here!
But in England, it's firmly known as football, something that the National Football Museum attempts to explain in one of its exhibits.
Head out to the City of Manchester Stadium, the blue half of Manchester. Premium centreline seats enable you to wallow in football's theatre,
Europe's best playing out 90 minutes down below. Much like the EPL, the Champions League is beamed onto millions of televisions around the world. But it's so much realer when you see it live.
You leave Manchester after a leisurely morning and move on to Lake District and discover jaw-dropping scenery as well as amazing array of wildlife!
Meanwhile, historically famous as a destination at which eloping couples get married, Gretna Green is still one of Britain's most popular wedding venues.
Disarmingly blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow has evolved over the last couple of decades to become one of Britain's most intriguing metropolises.
After a delicious breakfast at your hotel and a leisurely morning in the city, you will be led to Edinburgh. The facades of Old Town are reminiscent of traditional British Gothic architecture. People crowd the Royal Mile, a 321-foot stretch of road that leads from Edinburgh Castle to Holyroodhouse Palace.
You make your way into the edifice and closer to the Scottish Crown Jewels, which date back to the 15th century. The crown is a rich red adorned with precious stones and pearls. The opulent jewels add to the air of legend that sweeps through the castle grounds.
Calton Hill will be waiting for your arrival too! The hill itself, with its city views, is home to the Collective contemporary art gallery and the unfinished National Monument!
The herbaceous aroma of freshly brewed tea rises from breakfast. Your guide meets you at the hotel and you are ready to venture through the cityscape in Cambridge.
Dependent on your energy levels, you can explore various old college buildings over the next two hours. But the main attraction on this itinerary is Kings College Chapel, where a captivating image of Catherine Howard is revealed in stained glass.
After lunch in Cambridge, you visit Buckden Towers and the Bishop's Palace, where Catherine of Aragon lived after her divorce.
You depart the busy streets of London and set out for the English countryside and start your day at Windsor Castle, built by William the Conqueror.
Your first glimpse of the castle is truly mesmerizing, as you make your way to the imposing stone ramparts via the Long Walk, lined with trees and cast in a gorgeous glow from the light of a south English sun!