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    London is the capital city of England and some say the world. What is for sure is that it is one of the biggest and most exciting cities in the world with a huge amount of historical, cultural and sporting attractions.


    Dating back to AD43 Bath is a Roman town in Somerset approximately 100 miles from London. Bath is famous for its architecture including the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Bath Spa and the Royal Crescent. Bath was appointed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.


    The capital of Scotland and a city of great historic importance and beauty. From the world famous Edinburgh Festival to a military tattoo in Edinburgh Castle or even New Year's Eve "Hogmanay" on the streets of the city, Edinburgh is place of culture, history and fun whenever you visit.

    Lake District

    The Lake District is famous for it's stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cultural heritage. An area of outstanding natural beauty it is also a centre for outdoor activities such as walking and climbing as well as photography. The Lake District is the ideal setting for tranquility and beauty.


    Is the home of Cambridge University, England's second oldest University after Oxford. This is an elegant and compact city that is best seen on foot or by bicycle with many historic and contemporary buildings to visit, as well as world-renowned museums, fantastic theatre and live music.


    Home of the famous university (which is in fact a collection of 38 independent colleges), the City dates back to the 8th Century and the University, which is the world's oldest to the 12th Century.

    Stratford Upon Avon

    Stratford is a quaint and typically English town, with a famous history as the birthplace of playwright William Shakespeare. Today Stratford remains an homage to the great Bard and is home to the world famous Royal Shakespeare Company.


    Windsor is the home of the Queen's famous residence Windsor Castle. Ideally located for excursions from London this historic city has many historical and cultural places of interest.


    An important Roman outpost of the North of England, York was the capital of Britannia Inferior during Roman times and can boast over 2,000 years of history. Thousands of visitors flock to see the famous York Minster and a variety of other historical attractions each year.


    The largest city in the north of England and famous for its music scene and sport. It is also a historical city with a wealth of fascinating museums and architecture that reflect its unique role in the pioneering developments of the Industrial Age.