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A World Heritage city, Bath is beautiful, elegant and full of spectacular architecture and world class attractions. There are many ways to enjoy your day, explore the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge, the Roman Baths and the magnificent Abbey, or perhaps take afternoon tea in the gentle atmosphere of the Pump Room.
"There is no finer county in England" wrote Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice, and it is hard to argue with the Queen of romantic fiction. We commence with a visit to the Spa town of Buxton, before a scenic drive to Bakewell, home of the famous pudding and tarts!
Cardiff is a bustling, vibrant city with a picturesque waterfront. The coach will drop you outside the castle, located in the heart of the city this is one of Wales leading heritage attractions, take a tour and discover over 2000 years of history within the castle walls. Perhaps visit the Welsh National Museum and see its fantastic art collection.
Dating back to Roman times, Chester has much to explore and the city retains its atmospheric main streets or for those who wish to visit the world renowned zoo we will set you down there. With over 15,000 of exotic and endangered animals to discover there is plenty to see.
The county town of picturesque Herefordshire has all the ingredients for an enjoyable and fascinating visit. Visit the beautiful Saxon cathedral, home to the rare 17th century chained library, along with the priceless Mappa Mundi, an outstanding treasure of the medieval world. Browse the shops and admire the interesting buildings in the surrounding area.
Llandudno is the largest resort in Wales. Lying between the western Great Orme and eastern Little Orme are two beautiful beaches, the award winning north shore and the sand duned west shore. Perhaps take a ride on Britain’s only cable-hauled tramway to the Great Orme, this unique experience takes you on a one-mile journey to the summit where you can enjoy the great views of Llandudno’s sweeping bays
Our first drop off is at the lively seaside town of Paignton, famous for its long, sandy beaches, its colourful, bustling pier and steam train to Dartmouth. For those staying on the coach, we continue to Torquay, part of the stunning English Riviera. This elegant resort has palm-lined promenades, beautifully manicured gardens and a lively harbour with plenty of attractions and restaurants to offer, perhaps visit Living Coasts Zoo and Aquarium in the marina
Visit RAF London Museum - located on the former Hendon Aerodrome. The museum houses a selection of aviation artefacts, memorabilia and a collection of over 100 aircraft onsite including a Vulcan B2, Eurofighter Tycoon, Vickers FB5, Avro Lancaster and the legendary Spitfire.
Meadowhall Shopping centre in Sheffield is one of the UK's leading shopping centres, with shops ranging from high street names to individual boutiques, With the New Year sales in full flow, you are sure to pick up a host of bargains. A must for all shopaholics!
Discover Skipton, visit the castle, one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England. Explore the popular market which will be in full swing or stroll along the main street where you will find a range of gift shops and restaurants.
The classic seaside destination! Weston-super-Mare is a traditional seaside resort with attractive parks and everything else you would expect for a great day out. Perhaps visit the Grand Pier with its great selection of rides and amusements or simply stroll along the spacious level promenade enjoying the views over the channel.
Windsor is a town full of history and charm as you will discover when you visit. The town is dominated by Windsor Castle, family home of British Kings and Queens for over 900 years. If you decide to visit then make sure you see Queen Mary's dolls' house, designed by famous architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1924.