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The Heart of Great Britain
8 days / 7 nights

Day 1

London, Bath & Bristol

Morning arrival at London Heathrow.
Meet your coach and depart to Windsor Castle, the oldest royal residence, the world's largest inhabited castle.
Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
Early afternoon, depart to Bath, known as ' The Queen of English cities' and meet your guide to explore this beautiful Roman city with impressive buildings, famous for its Roman Baths, the Pump House, Abbey, where the first King of England was crowned.
Dinner and overnight in the area of Bristol.

Day 2

Bristol & Cardiff

After breakfast, depart towards Wales for a visit to the capital, Cardiff, in the county of Glamorgan. Meet your guide to explore the rich culture of Cardiff which was influenced by the Romans and Normans in antiquity to the industrial revolution and the coal industry.
Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant. Continue your tour by visiting Cardiff Castle which is in the heart of the city an exceptional castle, which dates back 2,000 years.
Dinner and overnight in the area of Cardiff.

Day 3

Cardiff /Gloucester/Stratford-upon-Avon

After breakfast, continue your tour with a visit to Gloucester located in the southwest of England. The city was founded in 48 BC and has more than 120.000 inhabitants today. Visit the cathedral of Gloucester, which is located in the North of the city, near the river.
It was built in 681 and is dedicated to St. Peter and is the resting place for King Edward II and Walter of Lacy. The abbey is famous too as it has been used as a location for the filming of Harry Potter. Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
Continue on to Stratford-upon-Avon, a town which has a magical combination of history and theatre, and the birth place of William Shakespeare.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is famous for its plays which are performed daily.
Dinner and overnight in the area of Coventry.

Day 4

Birmingham/Chester

This morning, you head to Birmingham for a panorama sightseeing tour. 2000 years of history from the Roman era to present day is reflected in this amazing city; visit the Water's Edge at Brindley place, the quay, the pedestrian area, as well as locations like the National Indoor Arena and the Symphony Hall.
Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
This afternoon, you head to Chester for a visit of this charming city, in the northwest of Cheshire. The historical wealth, the Roman traces and the Norman cathedrals will fascinate you. Dinner and overnight in the area of Liverpool.

Day 5

Liverpool

After breakfast, begin your tour of Liverpool, the home of the Beatles.
After London, Liverpool is the second largest city known for its culture, with its multiple theatres, museums and Art Galleries.
Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
You continue to the award-winning Beatles Story: a unique visitor attraction that takes you along an exciting and informative journey through the life, the culture and the music of the Beatles. Here you experience, how 4 young men from Liverpool got international fame and became one of the best bands ever.
Dinner and overnight in the area of Manchester.

Day 6

Manchester/Leeds

Discover Manchester, known as 'The capital of the North England'. It is a metropolis with legendary modern buildings, an artist influence and cultural heritage. Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
In the afternoon, head towards York, a city that impresses with beauty and diversity. The city is surrounded by medieval mural buildings and today, these buildings are well-known attractions. The York Minister is a tribute to Gothic architecture and style and worth a visit.
Dinner and overnight in the area of Leeds.

Day 7

Cambridge

After breakfast, head to Cambridge, widely known as home of the "University of Cambridge", founded in 1209 and is one of the 5 best universities worldwide. Cambridge embraces historical buildings, university colleges and numerous museums.
Lunch in a typical pub or restaurant.
Afternoon, visit of King's College, the landmark of the city and which is possibly the most famous and beautiful building of Cambridge. It was founded in 1441 by Henry VI.
Punting is a traditional sport and participating in this sport will make your stay in Cambridge complete. Dinner and overnight in the area of London.

Day 8

Trip home

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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