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Visit Blenheim Palace, a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture (inside visit* or walking tour of the gardens), continue to the Cotswolds, a region of outstanding natural beauty (enjoy some free time or have lunch at a local pub*). Visit some of the prettiest villages in England (Burford, Bibury) before returning to London. *Entrance fees/lunch not included
Enter the Tower of London & Crown Jewels, see
St. Paul's Cathedral, and travel along the Thames to see Houses of Parliament. See the London Eye, South Bank, then continue by coach, to the Mansion House and Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.
Departing King's Cross station at 06:30 am. Board a high speed train. Open top bus tour of Edinburgh departs bus station, and includes the Scott Monument, Holyrood Palace, Scottish Parliament Building, Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle (unescorted).
Cambridge is a wonderful mixture of the everyday and the extraordinary. It was the inspiration for Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton and many of the Monty Python gang. Take a guided tour of the magnificent chapel of Kings College, founded in 1441, and a fascinating walking tour of a city filled with beautiful buildings and historical quirks, including the famous Bridge of Sighs.
ENTRANCE TICKET ONLY. Described as The Greatest Palace in Britain, Hampton Court has 500 years of history within its walls. Set in 60 acres of gardens, the palace was the centre of Royal life from Henry VIII to George II. Visitors can explore the elegant Royal Apartments and experience the bustle of Tudor kitchens as they are taken back in time to a time when royalty was in residence. Take a magical history tour inside and out.
Evening Tour: visit the scenes of Jack the Ripper's crimes on a walking tour of London. Round off the evening in one of London's unique pubs with a fish and chips supper. (meal not included)
ENTRANCE TICKET ONLY. Kensington Palace in London is a working Royal residence. Of great historical importance, Kensington Palace was the favorite residence of successive sovereigns until 1760. It was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria. Today Kensington Palace accommodates the offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family. Historic parts of Kensington Palace are open to the public.
ENTRANCE TICKET ONLY. Kew Palace is the smallest and most intimate of the royal palaces. The four-storey brick house was built c. 1631 by Samuel Fortrey, a merchant of Dutch origin, whose initials together with those of his wife Catherine, can be seen above the entrance. It is constructed of red bricks laid in a style known as Flemish bond, consisting of bricks arranged with sides and ends alternating. The gabled main front gives the house a Dutch appearance.
Depart for Greenwich and see the most famous tea clipper, continue to Leeds for a tour of the castle with its impressive medieval collection, then travel on to Canterbury and visit the Cathedral. You will tour Dover to see the White Cliffs and Dover Castle.
Take the train to Liverpool: have some time to explore the European Capital of Culture 2008, visit the Beatles Story Exhibition, and enjoy the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour including Cavern Pub, Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields.
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