Welcome to England

The Gateway to Europe.

England. A right royal and regal welcome awaits you at the gateway to Europe – merrie old England! Stand beside the River Thames on London’s Westminster Bridge to hear the chimes of the world’s most famous clock tower bell – Big Ben! Marvel at the Changing of the Guard at The Queen’s home of Buckingham Palace.

Stroll through Britain’s rich heritage and see The Crown Jewels at The Tower of London. Wonder at the plethora of the nation’s treasures in England’s abundance of art galleries, museums and historic churches. Ramble through a myriad of villages, hamlets and unique towns connected by England’s rich green countryside.

Stand beside centuries old castles, forts and quaint cottages with real thatched roofs. From the white cliffs of Dover to the breathtaking majesty of the Lake District, England truly has something for everyone. Discover a whole wide world all neatly packaged into one charmingly compact island, and they even speak our language……..well almost! TALLY HO!

Experiences to Remember

Westminster Abbey

Explore the church where coronation takes place. This is where Prince William married Kate Middleton! Combine this with The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, and more.


The Cotswolds are well-known for gentle hillsides, sleepy villages and for being so typically English. Admire thatched cottages. The local honey-colored limestone, used for everything, has ensured that the area has a magical uniformity of architecture.

Kensington Church Street/Grays Antique Market

Enjoy a guided tour of the home to over 60 quality Antique Dealers in one street! This historic street offers one of the largest selections of Art and Antiques in London. Grays Antique Market consists of two busy and bustling markets which together, house over 200 dealers!

River Thames Cruise

End the day on a sunset river cruise on the Thames. This is a London sightseeing event that displays all the top London attractions between Westminster and Greenwich. Relax with sparkling wine and canapes.

Royal Palaces

Visit as many or as few palaces as you like Hampton Court Palace, Tower of London, Kensington Palace, and Whitehall. Each has their own unique histories.

Leeds Castle, Dover, Canterbury and Greenwich

An all day guided tour packs in castles, cathedrals, amazing scenic locales, parks, gardens and other historic architecture. Take a boat back to London, on the Thames and enjoy wine with the sunset.

Stonehenge, Bath, Salisbury Guided Tour

A full day visiting these world renowned locations. Learn about the ancient stone circles history and purpose. Explore the finest medieval cathedral in Britain. Discover the best preserved Roman Spa!

Windsor Castle

Originally built in the 11th century by King William the Conqueror, its the main residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Visit the State Apartments, the tomb of her parents, drive through the village of Eton where Princes William and Harry were educated. Runnymede is also nearby, where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215.

Walking Tour of Oxford

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history Enjoy a laid back tour of Oxford, with added Harry Potter sites including Divinity School and Christ Church College!

Blenheim Palace

Home to the 11th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough, Blenheim Palace is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a World Heritage Site. Visit the gilded State Rooms, The Churchill Exhibition, the great lake, beautiful gardens and more.

London Eye

Take a flight on Merlin Entertainment’s London Eye, a visually striking structure and the world’s largest observation wheel. On a clear day the views can stretch as far as 25 miles to Windsor Castle. Experience a 4D film!

St. Paul’s Cathedral, Crypt/Galleries

Witness Wren’s original vision and see St Paul’s Cathedral which has been stunningly maintained since 1675 (the original church dates back to AD 604!).


Visit one of England’s most picturesque villages, dating back to the Saxon era. Many film and television programs, including Harry Potter, have filmed here due to its natural beauty. Enjoy a drink and some food at the vintage pub the George, circa 1361.

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