Follow in the footsteps of the Romans by wandering rounds Bath, one of South England’s most beautiful cities. A guided tour round the historic Bath Abbey involves a 212 step climb to the top of the tower where a fantastic view of the city awaits. An excursion to the wonderful Isles of Scilly starts in style, with a plane ride that gives a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the island.
Start the tour by travelling to the harbour cities of Calais/Dunkirk. From here the ferry crosses the English Channel in an hour and a half and arrives in the English town of Dover.
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Overnight stay including half-board in a selected premium hotel in the Kent area.
Start the day with a guided tour of the beautiful city of Bath to discover its elegant houses and ancient Roman Baths. Take a stroll along the gorgeous Royal Crescent and discover many more historical and architectonical treasures, which are all part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath. Enjoy a guided tour round Bath Abbey, to find out about the ringing of the bells. Then climb the 212 steps to the top of the tower and be amazed by the spectacular view over the city, before continuing to the city of Bristol.
Overnight stay including half-board in a selected premium hotel in Bristol.
Start the day with a trip to the privately owned Elizabethan fishing village of Clovelly, which is famous for its flower-strewn cottages and charming cobbled streets. Enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the lovely restaurants in the village. In the afternoon, visit the magnificent Prideaux Palace and get to know its history on a guided tour. With a bit of luck the owner of the building herself will welcome you and share some interesting details about the property.
3 Overnight stays including half-board in a selected premium hotel in St. Austell.
Today’s excursion takes you to the impressive St. Michael’s Mount. Discover the island with its legends, myths and millennial history, before experiencing a traditional Cornish cream tea at the Godolphin Arms Hotel. Once you arrive at St Erth, enjoy a scenic train ride to the pretty fishing village of St Ives, where you can explore the picturesque town and its little shops and galleries.
A special highlight of this tour is the excursion to the unique Isles of Scilly. The less populated islands offer peace and relaxation and are located just off the coast of Cornwall. Take off from Land's End Airport to the Isles of Scilly and enjoy breathtaking birds-eye views of the islands. After just 15 minutes you will arrive in the capital Hugh Town which you are free to explore before returning by ferry back to Penzance in the evening.
Today it is time to say goodbye to lovely Cornwall. Travel through the Dartmoor National Park, which is the wild heart of Devon, known for honey-coloured heaths and moss-smothered boulders. The national park is also famous for its ponies and its many sheep. Visit the subtropical gardens of Abbotsbury to discover unique and exotic plants from all over the world. While there, be sure to admire the spectacular view over the impressive Jurassic Coast. From the gardens, continue to your hotel in Bournemouth.
Overnight stay including half-board in a selected premium hotel in Bournemouth.
Travel to Brighton and start the day with a sightseeing tour of the popular seaside resort. The winding alleyways and beautiful beach promenade found in the old part of town are perfect for a leisurely stroll. Become immersed in the entertaining atmosphere of the famous Brighton Pier and enjoy fantastic views of the sea. Visit the exotic, fairytale-like Royal Pavilion palace, built in a Indo-Saracen style that impresses with Chinese decorations. The palace was once the royal residence and refuge of George, Prince of Wales.
Overnight stay including half-board in a selected premium hotel in the Sussex area.
Time to say goodbye! With amazing memories made, start your homeward journey from Dover, where the ferry departs to Calais/Dunkirk.
Unique tour to No Man’s Fort
the impressive No Man’s Fort, one of the most remote attractions in Great Britain. Built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from the threat of a French invasion, the impressive fort has huge granite walls, reinforced by armour plating. While the feared French invasion never materialised, the man-made fort was used as a line of defence and as a signalling station during World War One and World War Two. Upon arriving at the fort by boat from Portsmouth harbour, there will be a guided tour, followed by lunch with 360 degree views of Portsmouth, and the surrounding forts.