England is famous for its scenic countrysides and ancient churches. Carlisle is the perfect English city for encompassing all this English beauty. The history and culture of England are overwhelming, from the mysteries of the middle ages to the magic of popular English film and television. This England travel itinerary would offer a smorgasbord cuisine culture, intriguing history, and scenic sightseeing.
Explore the history of the architectural building
Discover the beauty of the gardens
Embrace the factual beauty of the place
Day 1: Stonehenge, Bath, the Cotswolds, and Stratford-upon-Avon
Day 2: Harry Potter: Warner Bros Studio Tour
Day 3: The Tower of London
Day 4: Windsor Castle
Day 5: Westminster Abbey
Day 6: Departure
Consider this tour a sort of England sampler-platter. It gives you a taste of some of the country’s most famous and historic sites. The tour includes a stop at the prehistoric standing stone circle of Stonehenge, followed by a panoramic tour of the Georgian spa city of Bath, a place popularly known for its natural hot springs. While in Stratford-upon-Avon, participants will have the opportunity to enter the schoolroom attended by Shakespeare, himself. There will be a champagne and scone reception on this leg of the tour. The drive back to London winds through the rolling beauty of the Cotswolds and miles and miles of land, home to villages that date back to medieval times. All the while, guests will be transported via air-conditioned coach, by a local guide.
Visiting Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio is never disappointing. Explore the sets and props that brought one of the most iconic books of this generation to life. Visitors can even ride the Hogwarts Express out of Platform 9 ¾, sip butterbeer, and shop for wands, like a true witch or wizard. Tour provides transportation to and from the hotel, as well as an admission ticket to the studio.
The infamous Tower of London, place of torture and turmoil, dates all the way back in British history to the 11th century. It was built by William the Conqueror, in 1086 and is where three of King Henry VIII’s wives were executed. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the tower houses the incredible crown jewels exhibition, as well as a number of well-cared-for ravens.
Weekend home to Queen Elizabeth II, Windsor Castle is a very popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Visitors of the castle are given the chance to view the State Apartments, as well as historic pieces from the Royal Collection. The structure itself was first established in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and is currently the largest occupied castle in the world.
Westminster Abbey is an incredible display of Gothic architecture. The abbey itself was home to a group of Benedictine monks, in the 10th century. Today, it is the keeping place of the coronation chair, the oldest piece of furniture in all of England, which is still used for its original purpose. Westminster Abbey is also the final resting place for many English writers and poets. They lie in the section of the abbey appropriately dubbed “Poets’ Corner.” Some of those buried here include Rudyard Kipling, Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens, and Thomas Hardy.
After having an amazing experience with England travel itinerary, you can leave for the airport from your hotel.
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