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Be one of a rare few to walk inside the UNESCO-listed prehistoric stone circle of Stonehenge, and visit Bath, and medieval Lacock on this day trip from London. Select a morning or afternoon tour for early or late access to the Stonehenge site, and walk inside the inner circle of stones—an experience only available to your group—without the daytime crowds. Then visit the Lacock Abbey and the Georgian spa city of Bath to cap off your tour.
Harry Potter fans, grab your wands and owls for the journey to Hogwarts and beyond on an official guided tour of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Take a train directly from central London to the studio, where you’ll be greeted by a representative and taken on an immersive journey featuring original sets, props and costumes featured in all eight Harry Potter movies. From Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley to Hagrid’s Hut and Dumbeldore’s office, you’ll be transported directly to J.K. Rowling’s beloved world of wizardry.
See Paris and savor lunch on the Eiffel Tower on this private day trip by Eurostar from London. Travel by high-speed train from St. Pancras International and, on arrival, take a panoramic coach tour of top Paris attractions including the Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe, followed by a Seine River cruise. Then, after having lunch at a chic Eiffel Tower restaurant, choose either to visit the Louvre (own expense) or enjoy free time. Upgrade to first-class Eurostar travel, including breakfast and dinner.
Please note: Restaurant 58 reopens in the Fall of 2020. Until then, a Seine River lunch cruise replaces the Eiffel Tower restaurant.
Enter the magical world of Harry Potter, everyone’s favorite boy wizard, on this day trip to Oxford and the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London—The Making of Harry Potter. First, travel to Oxford and visit the Bodleian Library, Christ Church College, and other famous University of Oxford buildings. Then, wander around original sets, see costumes and props worn by Dumbledore, Hagrid, Harry, Ron, Hermione, and others, and uncover the on-screen wizardry used to bring J.K. Rowling’s best-selling books to the silver screen. Round-trip coach transportation from London is included.
Take to the Thames for a sparkling 2.45-hour river dinner sailing past London’s waterfront sights. Settle at your table to savor a delectable dinner and admire floodlit city sights such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye and Big Ben as you eat and relax, and enjoy enchanting live entertainment.
Uncover centuries of British history on a full-day guided coach tour of three unique historic landmarks, including two of England’s most visited UNESCO World Heritage sites. Learn about legendary royals like Henry VIII, Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth at the lavish Windsor Castle, then unravel the mysteries of the enigmatic stone circle of Stonehenge, which dates back more than 5,000 years. Finally, visit the Roman spa town of Bath, an architectural marvel famed for its natural thermal springs and the Roman Baths.
Enter the world of Harry Potter™ when you’re in London at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. With convenient transportation from the city to the studio, this Harry Potter tour introduces you to all the details that went into the making of the magical movies, including film sets, props, costumes and special effects. Stand in the Great Hall, walk along Diagon Alley, see Dumbledore’s office and more. Select a departure time when booking.
Tick off more of southern England’s attractions in less time on a private day trip to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath from London. On a private vehicle equipped with Wi-Fi, travel to Windsor Castle, the weekend residence of Her Majesty the Queen; demystify the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge; and take a guided tour of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Refreshments and hotel pickup and drop-off in London are included.
Have exclusive access to one of London’s most popular and in-demand landmarks, and bypass the crowds, on this VIP tour of the Tower of London. Begin the tour with early, skip-the-line access, and see the tower’s storied opening ceremony. With just a small group for company, you’ll explore the landmark’s highlights. You’ll also be among the first visitors to enter the Tower of London’s world-famous Jewel House, where the glittering Crown Jewels await.
Trace the footsteps of Lady Mary Crawley on a full-day tour of rural ‘Downton Abbey’ locations from London. Rewind to the early 20th-century Britain portrayed in the hit TV period drama, and tour the Oxfordshire village that doubled as Downton as you hear anecdotes about the series and actors. Plus, visit Highclere Castle, the real-life Downton Abbey, to explore its above-stairs rooms and gardens independently. Highclere admission and round-trip transport included.
Visit Oxford and top Downton Abbey filming locations on this day trip from London. Start the day with a walking tour of Oxford and its famous university buildings, and then continue to the Cotswolds’ village of Bampton, which is also known as Downton village in the award-winning British TV series. Upgrade to include an additional book “Lady Catherine” OR "Lady Almina" written by Lady Carnarvon. Visit the magnificent Highclere Castle, known in the show as Downton Abbey, in Hampshire.
Get acquainted with two iconic London monuments on a half-day tour of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. While gaining fascinating insight into the royal history of Great Britain, absorb the Gothic grandeur of Westminster Abbey’s interior and head inside the Houses of Parliament—home to the renowned Big Ben—to see highlights like the House of Commons and Lord’s Chamber. From your guide, learn about the United Kingdom’s political system and major historic events while touring the prominent landmarks.
Delve into London’s rich royal heritage during a visit to Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. Marvel at the traditional Changing of the Guard performance, which involves meticulously dressed soldiers marching to the rhythm of military drums. Then, enjoy an exclusive experience as you enter the opulent State Rooms of Buckingham Palace for an independent audio tour. See lavish chambers during a tour only available for two months of the year, and gain fascinating insight into the history of the British monarchy.
When your cruise concludes in the city of Southampton, discover the delights of the English countryside on a post-shore excursion to London via Salisbury, Stonehenge, and Windsor. With a knowledgeable guide, experience must-see attractions like the medieval Salisbury Cathedral and the mysterious stone ring of Stonehenge. Visit the quintessential town of Windsor to see the world’s oldest occupied castle and then travel directly to your London hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach.
The Tower of London and Westminster Abbey are two of London’s most impressive must-see attractions, but the entry queues can be long. On this tour, save valuable sightseeing time with skip-the-line entry and head straight inside with your guide. Learn the history of Parliament Square and Trafalgar Square on a walking visit, and stop at Buckingham Palace, Nelson’s Column, and more.
The medieval Tower of London is widely considered among London’s top attractions, but exploring independently means missing the hidden secrets behind the priceless treasures it holds. On this tour, beat the queues with skip-the-line entry and explore the tower as your guide brings its history to life. Along the way, meet the ravens guarding the tower, and discover must-see sites including the Jewel House and the White Tower.
Journey to England’s south-eastern coast on this full-day small-group tour of Dover and Canterbury from London. Drive through the scenic Kent countryside to the historic port of Dover, overlooked by the dramatic White Cliffs of Dover and enjoy free time to explore attractions like the medieval Dover Castle, war tunnels, Royal Court of Henry II and more. After lunch, head to Canterbury to visit the UNESCO-listed Canterbury Cathedral, the seat of the Church of England, then use your free time to explore attractions like St. Martin’s Church, St. Augustine’s Abbey, or The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge.
Ideal for travelers looking to escape the city, this tour takes you to the quaint villages of the Cotswolds, an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ characterized by rural landscapes and limestone houses. Departing London on a private vehicle equipped with Wi-Fi, you’ll stroll around the villages of Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Lower Slaughter, and Yanworth. Snacks and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Discover everything from Roman ruins to Royal residences on this full-day tour of Stonehenge, Windsor, and Bath from London. Start with a visit to the 18th-century spa resort of Bath, where the elegant thermal baths date back to Roman times. Then, be awed by the towering 5,000-year-old stone circle of Stonehenge, before brushing up on your Royal history at the extravagant Windsor Castle, one of the Queen’s official residences.
Uncover the enticing mysteries of Stonehenge and absorb the imperial majesty of Windsor on a full-day tour from London. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site of Stonehenge to marvel at the prehistoric stone ring that has eluded experts for millennia. Delight in the Roman relics and Georgian architecture of Bath and see the world’s oldest occupied castle during time at Windsor Castle, an official residence of the British royal family. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people.
Make your visit to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour seamless on a full-day tour that includes round-trip transportation from central London. Skip the hassle of figuring out your way there; relax on the luxury coach during the journey from King's Cross St. Pancras station. Ticket included for a half-day visit to The Making of Harry Potter.
Experience the original Royal English Tea with traditional sandwiches, cakes & scones in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
First, we will have a leisurely stroll around Kensington Gardens and learn of the part Hyde Park played in London’s development. We will see the beautiful gardens Prince Albert created for his wife Queen Victoria and take in the spectacular views as we approach the Palace where Prince Harry and William grew up and is now home to two Princes and three Princesses.
We will then experience the full splendor of High Tea in a breathtaking landmark and give you personal insights into our royal family and the fascinating history of our national drink and the ceremony of afternoon tea.
..All Food and Beverage Service includes Service Charge.
.. The tour itself does not include any gratuities and are entirely discretionary.
The High Tea does not include any alcohol but a drinks menu is available when you visit for a supplementary cost.
Sip on Champagne on a flight aboard the iconic Lastminute.com London Eye. Avoid much of the queue with your fast-track ticket, and enjoy priority boarding to a shared capsule for a standard, 30-minute flight. Then, enjoy a glass of chilled Pommery Brut Royal Champagne served by your host as you admire landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben. Your ticket includes interactive Samsung Galaxy Tab-powered guides and entry to the immersive 4D Experience to discover London using multi-sensory effects.
Combine three popular attractions on one convenient day tour of Oxford, Windsor, and Stonehenge from London. First up is the magnificent royal residence of Windsor Castle, where you can admire the lavish State Rooms and walk the historic ramparts. Next, be awed by the towering monument of Stonehenge, which dates back to 2,000 BC, but remains shrouded in mystery. Finally, enjoy a guided walking tour of Oxford and see the world-renowned university colleges, where notable alumni include Lewis Carroll, Oscar Wilde, and Stephen Hawking.