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Tue 18 Feb 2020: The historic and mind-blowing city of Bath is home to many world famous monuments, including the ancient Roman Baths and the breathtaking Abbey. This City resembles all that is wonderful about English heritage with many different hotels, restaurants and attractions to visit.
Tue 29th October 2019: 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.
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.
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.