Day Trips

London is a fabulous city, but why not add to your experience and take some time out of the big city. 

Tours can range from 1–2 hours to a half day, or even full day depending on your needs and requirements. Travel can be arranged and be by public transport or private vehicle. 

Leave London behind and take a trip to a world heritage site, historic city or a coastal or countryside area. 

Windsor Castle  

Set in the delightful town of Windsor on the banks of the River Thames, this castle has stood proud since the 11th century. Visit the favourite home of Queen Elizabeth II and explore the lavish staterooms and the chapel where she is buried. 

Stratford upon Avon  

Take a trip to Shakespeare country and the market town where William Shakespeare was born, went to school and died. Visit his birthplace and the church of Holy Trinity where he is buried.  


Head to the gorgeous city of Bath with its Georgian architecture, Roman remains and Jane Austen connections. Explore the Roman Baths, take in the views from the Royal Crescent and enjoy a Bath bun or a spot of afternoon tea.    


Marvel at this prehistoric stone circle and discover why was it built, who built it and what it was used for. Explore this ancient landscape and UNESCO World Heritage site.    

The Cotswolds 

Enjoy a day in the English countryside visiting tiny villages and market towns. Have lunch in an old coaching inn, relax in a tearoom, shop in local craft shops and explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 


Take a stroll through the university city of Oxford and visit some of the colleges. Spectacular architecture, riverboat trips, amazing museums and literary connections from Lord of the Rings to Alice in Wonderland to Harry Potter. 


Explore this delightful city and follow in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims to the mother church of Anglicanism, Canterbury Cathedral. Visit the remains of St Augustine’s Abbey, take a boat trip on the river Stour and discover its literary connections, from Chaucer to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.