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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.
We set down at Cabott Circus in Bristol, ideal for exploring, with the Cathedral, Bristol museum or the many shops close at hand. Alternatively, for those wishing to visit the world famous Bristol Zoo Gardens, we set down outside the entrance!
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. It offers buildings rich in history of every era. Perhaps visit the lovely 1,000 year old cathedral, founded as a Benedictine abbey in 1092. Take the time to stroll around and explore the city walls. See the ornate Eastgate Clock before visiting the unique medieval, two-tiered 'Rows'. These double-level walkways have balconies and shops at each level.
We travel direct to the world renowned zoo, where you will have all day to explore the zoo and parklands. Chester Zoo was opened in 1931 by George Mottershead and his family. It is one of the UK's largest zoos at 125 acres (51 ha), housing over 21,000 animals and 500 different species. (Admission not included)
Cirencester, known as the "capital of the Cotswolds", is home to one of the oldest Charter Markets in the country, having been mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086! Why not visit the Corinium Museum (admission not included) or St Johns Church. In the afternoon we transfer to Gloucester Quays for some retail therapy.
Sitting on the River Exe, Exeter, with its magnificent Norman Cathedral, is the Capital City of Devon. Why not take a guided walk of the city, or maybe venture underground and visit the 14th century underground passages, built to ensure a constant supply of fresh, clean water to the city.
Situated at the mouth of the beautiful Exe estuary and at the very beginning of the Jurassic Coast, Exmouth is one of the most picturesque holiday resorts on the south coast. Surrounded by the beautiful Devon countryside, Exmouth is a bustling little town with a vibrant shopping centre that also hosts a wide range of leisure and entertainment facilities.
The medieval Guildford Castle in the centre of town boasts landscaped gardens and great views from its square tower. Alternatively visit the Guildford Cathedral, famous for its lack of stain glass windows, or visit the museum with over 75,000 exhibits from the local area.
Surrounded by cliffs on the North Devon coast, Ilfracombe boasts a number of attractions all within walking distance. The unique Tunnel Beaches, Ilfracombe Aquarium or a Sea Safari are just some of the attractions to keep you entertained for the day by the sea.
We visit the lakeside resort of Bowness-on-Windermere, the 'heart' of the Lake District. Relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the town's delightful setting or perhaps enjoy a cruise around Windermere with magnificent views of mountain scenery and secluded bays and many wooded islands. (Admissions not included)
King Richard III Visitor Centre, Leicester Cathedral, the Guild Hall, The Curve Theatre and the Highcross Shopping Mall are just some of the attractions, all within easy reach of our city centre set down point. With so much to do and see, you will need to come back and visit again! (Admissions not included)
Discover the Albert Dock area offers an interesting array of waterfront shops, cafes together with many reminders of its past. The Tate Gallery, Maritime Museum and the 'Beatles Story', a shrine to the legendary pop group, are all found here.
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
Join us on this Day Trip to The British Museum which now holds over 8 million pieces, and is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence, having been widely sourced during the era of the British Empire, and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.
Discover the history of the Bank of England, its building, and the people who have shaped it over more than 300 years. There are plenty of other attractions within the Financial District, such as the famous Leadenhall Market which is full of boutiques and restaurants
Discover Portsmouth with its historic dockyard, Spinaker Tower and Gunwharf Quays shopping village. Portsmouth really does have something for everyone. Why not enjoy a cream tea in the cafe in the clouds, or a boat trip around the harbour, before visiting the historic naval dockyard (not included).
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.
Skipton Market is unique, with a history dating back to medieval times and plays a huge part in the life of the town being located on the main High Street. Next, we continue to Haworth, home of the famous Brontë sisters, with its historic cobbled Main Street, iconic parsonage and rolling moors.
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.