Tours of England
There is more to England than just its capital city and who better to guide you around the wealth of medieval cathedrals, castles and magnificent stately homes, than our Blue Badge tour guides. From Oxford with its twelfth-century university, to the World Heritage city of Bath, once home to the Romans, or a day out in the ancient Cotswolds towns and villages and get a taste of the very essence of English rural life. Of course, you can always tell us about your own passions and we will design a sightseeing tour especially for you; We can even arrange extended tours with overnight stopovers. Read on for inspiration or click here to arrange your own tour.
Oxford and Blenheim Palace…Discover Oxford, home to one of the World’s oldest universities and the setting for many Hollywood blockbusters such as The Golden Compass, several of the Harry Potter films and smash hit TV series Inspector Morse. Explore the many secrets and delights within the city walls and College building. The history continues outside Oxford in the town of Woodstock, the ancestral residence of the Dukes of Marlborough for over three hundred years. Visit Winston Churchills’ birthplace and meander through 2000 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown…Find out More
Bath and the Cotswolds…The beautiful city of Bath with its honey-coloured buildings, is a World Heritage site as designated by UNESCO. Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, Bath is the perfect place to begin a tour of this quintessentially English region. The Cotswold villages and towns prospered during the medieval period when England’s main export was wool, the buildings a mark of the wealth of its merchants who paid for many of the most beautiful churches in England…Find out More
Stonehenge and Salisbury Plain (& Bath)…This World Heritage site has been in existence for over 5000 years. We know when, but we don’t know why and by whom it was built. Visit this ancient monument and allow your Blue Badge tourist guide to explain its secrets and mysteries.
The beautiful city of Bath with its honey-coloured buildings, is a World Heritage site, as designated by UNESCO. Your Blue Badge guide will take you on a conducted tour of this unique city and explain the history of its heritage…Find out More
Stratford Upon Avon…Explore Shakespeare’s birthplace as part of a walking tour of the town of Stratford upon Avon. The house belonged to his father John, a glovemaker, who set up his workshop here prior to the birth of his eight children, including William the oldest boy. A few miles away is the medieval town of Warwick with its imposing castle, a key stronghold during the Wars of the Roses in the 15th century…Find out More