Devon & Cornwall
Spirited peninsula littered with prehistoric ruins, plus the seaside resort towns of Penzance and St. Ives, King Arthur’s supposed Tintagel Castle, the tip of England at Land’s End and The Eden Project.
England’s Great West Way
Based on ancient routes, The Great West Way is a 500-mile touring route between London and Bristol. On this route, you’ll traverse Windsor with its Royal Castle, the beautiful countryside of Berkshire and Avebury amongst others before reaching the historic city of Bath with its Roman history and Georgian & Regency-style architecture before finally arriving in the port city of Bristol, an up and coming city with a great food scene, and a very famous local artist; Banksy.
Walled medieval town with a grand Gothic cathedral, excellent museums (Viking, Victorian, Railway) and an atmospheric old center.
Oxford & Cambridge
Visit one, or both, of the most prestigious universities in England. Oxford, a stately university town with 38 colleges, is also known as the City of Dreaming Spires. Home also to the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace. Cambridge for many is England’s best university town!