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This famed prehistoric monument has been the object of wonder and speculation for centuries, and it continues to leave visitors awestruck today. Take a quick trip outside the city to marvel at the intricate giant slab formations that were formed nearly 5,000 years ago, and create your own theories of how Stonehenge came to be.
This stunning Georgian city is close to London, but feels like it is worlds – and centuries – away. Home of the famed 2,000-year-old Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Center, and a collection of shops and restaurants, Bath is a fascinating destination that’s truly unique, and truly suits all tastes.
Step inside one of England’s grandest castles with a visit to this landmark that boasts more than 900 years of royal history. With stunning décor and architecture that belies a world of fascinating stories and legends, Windsor Castle is engaging and sublime from the inside out.
The allure of the English countryside is calling at The Cotswolds, which features a gorgeous collection of stone houses, towering castles, and charming shops and markets. Enjoy a lazy day exploring the charm and beauty outside the city limits, and experience the peaceful pastoral life in the UK.
Have a literary adventure in this charming town that’s world famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Explore book shops, markets and tempting eateries, or take in a show performed by the renowned Royal Shakespeare Company for an illuminating and show-stopping excursion.
Heralded as one of the most beautiful castles in the world, the stately Leeds Castle features 900 years of history, 500 acres of stunning gardens and parklands, and limitless ways to explore. From the maze and grotto to the medieval jousts, history is truly alive at Leeds Castle.
From the shrine to Thomas Beckett to the charming atmosphere that inspired Chaucer, Canterbury is a postcard-perfect English town where exploring is a breeze. Sample a wealth of shops, pubs and attractions while enjoying a stunning setting where Medieval structures and contemporary appetites meet.
Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Warwick Castle is prized for its stunning setting, grand architecture, and collection of events that make history come alive. Catch a seasonal show or explore the castle dungeon for an inside glimpse into one of the UK’s most famous landmarks.
Active explorers will adore a visit to the Lake District, where a wealth of outdoor adventures are waiting. Discover England’s highest mountain, take a paddle in the country’s deepest lake, and enjoy unobstructed natural views that literally go on for miles.
From the iconic Highclere Castle which always steals the scene, to the nearby Bampton Village that served as the local village backdrop of the show, the sights of Downtown Abbey are almost as mesmerizing as the show itself. Tour the area for a new perspective of the settings that made this acclaimed TV series simply unforgettable.
A sunny day trip is waiting at Brighton Beach – a classic seaside resort town that was once the preferred retreat of kings and queens. Explore opulent castle getaways, entertaining Victorian-era piers, and a wealth of vibrant activities and nightlife at this popular beach vacation town.
Mingle with the brightest minds in England with a visit to the collegiate town of Cambridge. Home to impressive galleries and museums, ornate cathedrals, and an eclectic blend of shops and restaurants, a day trip to this acclaimed destination is always a bright idea.
Oxford is an enchanting city that surprises visitors around every corner. Spend a day punting along the river, or marvel at the brilliant buildings that comprise the world famous Oxford University – no matter how you explore, the city is a captivating destination that will impress visitors of all tastes.
Turn your London vacation into an international adventure with a quick jaunt to Pairs. Home to delightful cafes, acclaimed fashions, and iconic landmarks like the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower, a trip to Paris is the ultimate way to cement your jet setter status.