Stratford, Oxford & The Cotswolds Tour
Fully guided day tour to Stratford, Oxford and the Cotswolds from London giving you the opportunity to visit three of the most historical and picturesque parts of England in a single day.
Oxford- Enjoy the opulence of Oxford! A city renowned for over 900 years as a centre of academic excellence, follow in the footsteps of its most famous students such as Bill Clinton, Lewis Carroll and C.S. Lewis. Uncover the university town of Oxford at a leisurely pace and take in the Bodleian Library and the captivating college courtyards on your travels. Be guided through unspoilt narrow alleys and ancient squares of the historic town.
Christ Church- Lights, camera, action! A treat for all Harry Potter fans - see where many scenes from the films have been shot! Marvel at the grandeur of Christ Church, including the Great Hall which was used as Hogwarts Hall.
Cotswolds- Discover the enchanting Cotswolds! Bursting with history and heritage, the Cotswolds is a charming blend of breathtaking natural beauty, bustling rural market towns and sleepy little country villages.
Lunch in the Cotswolds (Optional) - An optional lunch will be taken in the cotswolds village of Burford - a market town built on a steep high street leading to the River Windrush and its medieval bridge. Tantalise your taste buds in a traditional olde English pub and admire the quaintness of this old wool town.
Stratford-Upon-Avon- Situated on outskirts of the forest of Arden, Stratford Upon Avon is a market town with a difference! Bask in the birthplace of arguably the world's greatest ever writer, William Shakespeare. We visit Shakespeare's Birthplace the half timbered house where he was born, to gain a fascinating insight into his childhood.
Anne Hathaway's Cottage- Indulge yourself in a through the keyhole experience at the childhood home of William Shakespeare's wife. Awash with historic domestic artefacts, wander around the half-timbered house and its stunning surroundings.
Estimated arrival time back to London is around 6.30pm