Guided Day Tours From London fan out across much of England.
Favourites for day tours out of London combine a selection of Windsor, Bath, Stonehenge, Shakespeare's Stratford, Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, Hampton Court and Avebury. There are many more.
A typical day tour will leave London around 8 to 9 am and return about 6 to 8 pm.
From London, the most popular day tours cover 3 distinct regions.
To the west of London, the main attractions are Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath. These three combined offer a whistletop tour of the most popular visitor attractions in the area.
Stonehenge is commonly visited by all tours staying only about 45-60 minutes, all that is required.
Georgian Bath, a lot of people could spend a long weekend at. Most day tours only stay around two hours, commonly including entrance to the Roman Baths. But you get the time to absorb the atmosphere of the Georgian architecture, much the same as when Jane Austen lived here.
Windsor is a place many people will spend a long day. Tours again mostly focus on a tour of the castle taking around 90 minutes with a small amount of time in the Old Town. A drive through nearby Runnymede where the Magna Carta was signed is normal when visiting Windsor.
The other popular stops in the area include Salisbury, an interesting medieval town, where a visit to the Cathedral provides viewing of one of the original copies of the Magna Carta.
Lacock is a village about 30 minutes from Bath. Its main attraction is that although very much a normal village, all the buildings are are at least a couple of hundred years old. Many films have been shot here like Harry Potter and Jane Austen recreating the England a century or two ago.
North west of London are the Cotswolds, imagine a scene of the English Countryside complete with thatched cottages, chocolate box villages and you're probably imagining the Cotswolds. On the edges of the Cotswolds are Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Stratford upon Avon and Warwick.
Oxford is a university town where tours normally take the form of a walking tour focussing on the historic university colleges.
Nearby Blenheim Palace is a world heritage site set in 2100 acres of beautiful parkland landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown, the exquisite Baroque Palace is surrounded by sweeping lawns, formal gardens and the magnificent Lake. You can also visit the palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of Shakespeare and much of what is to see revolves around Shakespeare.
Nearby Warwick Castle is one of the most popular castles to visit in England.
To the south east of London, the main attractions are Leeds Castle dubbed the most beautiful castle and Canterbury. Many tours will also visit Dover, by the sea
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