7. Windsor Oxford Cotswold Private Tour including Admissions
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and King Charles III loves to spend his weekends in this stunning fortress. Built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, the castle is still a favorite residence of the royal family. This sprawling grand home covers an area of 13 acres and overlooks charming Windsor town – pay the castle a visit and find out why our royals have lived here for centuries. The State Apartments. Take a look inside the heart of the working palace Queen Mary’s Dolls House. Specially built for Queen Mary. Queen Mary’s Dolls House is a magical miniature residence with extraordinary attention to detail. St George’s Chapel. St George’s Chapel is an imposing Gothic building and the resting place for a number of British monarchs. These include Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother. The Oxford walking tours are delivered in such a way as to ensure you don’t fall asleep! We hate dry, boring tours that don’t engage their audiences. History doesn’t need to be boring, and with so many big names and events having been tied to Oxford (as well as the University having so many bizarre traditions and funny stories), we see no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy every single minute of your tour experience. Discover Oxford with a 2 hour walking tour. You will be visiting Christ Church College, All Souls College, Trinity College, Oriel College, Hertford College, Merton College, The Bodleian Library, The Radcliffe Camera, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, University Church of St Mary's, Many More University Sites, History Of The Town, Student Life At Oxford , University Ceremonies, Famous Graduates And Their Little Known Stories. Discover Cotswold designated as an Area of outstanding natural beauty, the Cotswolds encompasses many picturesque villages within the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and a few others. As you are driven through one of England's most beautiful regions you’ll be treated to unmissable views of medieval villages and bustling market towns (including the lovely Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold), rolling hills and the breath-taking countryside. There will also be a swift one-hour long stop in the charming Bourton-on-the-Water, known as the Venice of the Cotswolds. Voted many a time as one of the prettiest villages in England, it’s safe to say you’ll want to have your cameras at the ready for this stop.