Day Trips

Day trip - London city attractions

Day trip - London city attractions

Big Ben-Houses of Parliament-Westminster Abbey Church-London Eye-Buckingham Palace Changing of the Guard Ceremony-Downing Street Prime Minister's Mansion-Queen's Stables-St James' Park-Thames River Cruise-Tower of London-Tower Bridge, professional explanations will take you to understand Seven thousand years of human civilization history. (Including Thames Cruise, British Museum explanation)

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Day Trip - Greenwich Observatory, Cambridge

Day Trip - Greenwich Observatory, Cambridge

In the morning, visit the Greenwich Observatory, where the East-West boundary is located. In the afternoon, go to the world-famous University of Cambridge, where you can take a dip in Cambridge on the River Cam

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Day trip - Windsor, Oxford, Bicester

Day trip - Windsor, Oxford, Bicester

Professional guides will take you to visit the world’s largest, oldest and continuously inhabited Windsor Castle, and also the palace of Queen’s Weekend; Oxford University, the first university in the English-speaking world; Biss, which brings together more than 100 brands The special discount village has attracted countless shopping treasure hunters to scan the goods

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Day Tour - St. Paul's Church, London City

Day Tour - St. Paul's Church, London City

Meet at St. Paul's Church. Stroll through the City of London-the source of the history of this huge metropolis, the oldest core, and the place where trade flourishes. The city of London in history has experienced many calamities and opportunities, from the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the large ruins left by German bombing during World War II, various planning proposals made during the post-war reconstruction period, and Canary Wharf’s comments on the financial city in the 1980s. The challenge of status...The 2.9 square kilometers of land is inscribed with traces of the past and prospects for the future. This architectural tour can only lead you to a rough experience of this city's thick history. The pictures belonging to the City of London are still being written by the designers.

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Day Tour - London Museum

Day Tour - London Museum

Professional commentators will explain to you the history of ancient civilizations in the British Museum, one of the three largest museums in the world, the masterpieces of representative Western painting masters in the National Gallery, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world's largest decorative museum.

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Day trip - Castle and coast

Day trip - Castle and coast

Leeds Castle, Canterbury, Dover Castle, White Cliffs of Dover (one day tour of the English Channel (choose two of the four attractions) to visit the most beautiful Leeds Castle in the UK, lunch at the Archbishop of the United Kingdom in Canterbury at noon, and then to Dover Castle- White cliff

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Day Trip - Oxfordshire, Cowswood

Day Trip - Oxfordshire, Cowswood

In the morning, drive to Oxford University, the first university in the English-speaking world, which is also known as the cradle of British politicians. At noon, head to the largest private palace in the United Kingdom-Belleheim Palace, which is also the birthplace of British Prime Minister Churchill during World War II. Place, then visit the most beautiful rural scenery in Britain-Cowswood Country

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Day Trip - World Heritage Site-Stonehenge, Bath

Day Trip - World Heritage Site-Stonehenge, Bath

Professional guides will take you to visit Stonehenge, the site of British prehistoric civilization that has been fascinated by countless people in the world; Bath, a hot spring bathing center built by the ancient Romans, attracts countless people with his unique Georgian architecture. Tourists come for sightseeing.

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Day Trip - Brighton, Seven Sisters and White Cliffs

Day Trip - Brighton, Seven Sisters and White Cliffs

Drive to Brighton, a famous seaside resort in the UK, where there is also a royal palace that brings together Eastern and Western artistic features. In the afternoon, visit the Seven Sisters White Cliffs that reflect the characteristics of British addresses and overlook the English Channel.

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Day Tour - Oxfordshire, Shakespeare’s House

Day Tour - Oxfordshire, Shakespeare’s House

In the morning, drive to Oxford University, the first university in the English-speaking world, which is also known as the cradle of British politicians. At noon, head to the largest private palace in the United Kingdom-Belleheim Palace, which is also the birthplace of British Prime Minister Churchill during World War II. Place, and then go to the former residence of British writer Shakespeare.

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