London quick Gateway
Starting at PER PERSON for all of the below, based on 2 participants: $1,558.00
Day 1: London for 5 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from Heathrow airport to hotel
1 superior twin room, breakfast & taxes included at Hotel The Mandeville****
This 4-star luxury hotel is just 5 minutes’ walk from the shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street London Underground Station. It has stylish air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, and an award-winning restaurant.
The Mandeville Hotel is located in the fashionable Marylebone Village, in the heart of London’s West End. The many theatres, shops and art galleries available are only a short walk away.
The modern rooms have safes and flat-screen TVs. Marble private bathrooms have power showers, Etro toiletries and telephones.
Reform Social and Grill serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and afternoon tea as well as dinner, using the finest ingredients sourced from around the British Isles.
The bar offers a cocktail list which includes a list of British classics made with spirits distilled in the UK, from both established brands and small, artisan producers.
London in Style with Afternoon Tea
Duration of tour: 8 hours
After a warm welcome from one of the Tower’s Beefeaters, experience one of the most iconic buildings in London. Explore all four floors, including the Royal Armouries Collection. Enjoy the spectacular display of the Crown Jewels, revealing these priceless treasures like never before. The Crown Jewels are part of the Royal Collection and are still used regularly by the Queen; they include some of the most extraordinary diamonds in the world. Enjoy a panoramic tour of the City of London including St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England. We cross over Tower Bridge to visit Borough Market, time for lunch then we explore the area known as the South Bank, home to the Tate Modern Art Museum, the Globe Theatre, the National Theatre, British Film Institute and the Royal Festival Hall. Westminster Abbey is steeped in more than a thousand years of history. Benedictine monks first came to this site in the middle of the 10th century, establishing a tradition of daily worship which continues to this day. The Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seventeen monarchs. The present church, begun by Henry III in 1245, is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, with the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint still at its heart. Finally a sumptuous afternoon tea at the Cellarium Cafe located inside the Abbey, enjoy tea, scones and cake in truly historic surroundings.
Includes: Panoramic tour of London on a Vintage red London bus, Visit the Tower of London & Crown Jewels before the crowds, Tour the inside of Westminster Abbey, Afternoon Tea at the Abbey, Services of a professional Tour Guide with state of the art VOX Radioguide system.
Discover Oxford, Stratford, Cotswold and Warwick Castle
Duration of tour: 10 hours
Enjoy the opulence of Oxford! Renowned for over 900 years as a centre of academic excellence, follow in the footsteps of its famous students; from Bill Clinton to Lewis Carroll and C.S. Lewis. Uncover the university town of Oxford at a leisurely pace and take in the famous ‘city of dreaming spires’ and see the Bodleian Library and the captivating college courtyards on your travels. Be guided through unspoilt narrow alleys and ancient squares of the historic town. The journey will continue with a visit to the delightful market town at the edge of the Forest of Arden- Stratford, also known as the birthplace of the world-famous playwright, William Shakespeare. We will then drive through the Cotswold, a charming blend of breath-taking natural beauty, bustling market towns and sleepy villages. Immerse yourself in battle preparations and feel the weight of a medieval sword deep in the heart of Warwick Castle, the last stop of a marvelous journey.
Includes: Transportation by luxury air-conditioned and heated coach with free Wi-Fi and service of a local guide.
Windsor Castle tour (5 hour tour)
As one of the world’s largest and oldest castles, there is a wealth of things to see and do in Windsor. Admire the sunning State Apartments, the sensational St George’s Chapel and the gorgeous Queen Mary’s Dolls House. This is wonderful chance to enjoy the merry life of Windsor.
Construction of the castle began during Norman times in the 11th century and the subsequent 1,000 years have seen a wide range of additions, resulting in an eclectic mix of external styles though Georgian and Victorian dominate. There are so many areas of interest, from the sensational long walk to the main gate to the South Wing and then the Round Tower inside, the Quadrangle, the Horseshoe Cloister, the King Henry VIII Gate, the: Edward III Tower and more.
Inside, the décor and furnishings come from all the major eras. There are neo-classical, Gothic and rococo rooms as well as Jacobean in places, an elaborate combination of Jacobite and Elizabethan styles.
Tour the spectacular State Apartments, which date from the early 19th century, and marvel at the lavishly furnished surroundings. These rooms are considered to represent the high point of Georgian luxury and sophistication. Visit St. George’s Chapel, which houses the tombs of a number of past kings and queens. Be amazed by the magnitude and intricate design of the world’s most famous Queen Mary’s Dolls House.
Day at leisure
Private transfer from hotel to Heathrow airport
Operations & Reservations
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