For over 2,000 years, an underground army of life-sized terracotta warriors secretly guarded the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shi Huang, until a chance discovery in 1974 unlocked the mysteries of a vanished empire.
Picturesque streets and historic cottages, Lacock is a firm favourite for TV Producers having made an appearance in 'Downton Abbey', Price & Prejudice, Cranford, Harry Potter and Wolfman. Plus Marlborough a cosmopolitan bustling market town with a fabulous centre
Beverley's picturesque streets and charming courtyards house everything, including Barbour, Joules, Phase Eight,Laura Ashley and Browns Department store to name but a few. Every Saturday you can browse the large variety of stalls providing a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.
In the last days of the Vietnam War, 17 year-old Kim is forced to work in a Saigon bar run by a notorious character known as the Engineer. There she meets and falls in love with an American GI named Chris but they are torn apart by the fall of Saigon. For 3 years Kim goes on an epic journey of survival to find her way back to Chris, who has no idea he's fathered a son.
Norwich is the most complete medieval city in Britain. It’s also one of the top 5 places to shop! A rare blend of historic interest and modern sophistication. Winding streets and over 1,500 historic buildings, from the splendor of the Norman Cathedral and Castle to charming Elm Hill with its timber-framed houses
A visit to Elan Valley never fails to delight and inspire. A beautiful area stretching 72 square miles with historic landscapes and thriving wildlife. Described often as the Welsh Lake District - it is famous for its picturesque and ever changing scenery
An Officer and a Gentleman is based on the Oscar-winning film starring Richard Gere. Its feel-good soundtrack includes the hit song from the movie 'Up Where We Belong' along with many 80s classic anthems including 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun', 'Material Girl', 'Don’t Cry Out Loud' and 'Alone'.
The Black and White Village Trail takes us through some of the prettiest villages and most beautiful landscape in England. This Herefordshire trail is characterised by a large number of medieval timbered and half timbered houses.
More than thirty bookstores, many specializing in out of print or hard to locate titles, lure literary lovers to this market town of 2000, known as the Town of Books. Snugly nestled in the County of Powys at the English border, Hay-on-Wye is most popular during the annual Guardian Hay Festival during the last few weeks of May, when 80,000 visitors descend for readings and seminars
Abounding with exquisite architecture, exuding history and tradition and renowned for its quirky rituals, Cambridge is a university town extraordinaire. The tightly packed core of ancient colleges, the picturesque riverside 'Backs' (college gardens) and the leafy green meadows surrounding the city give it a more tranquil appeal than its historic rival Oxford
It really is unique. It is a complete village of architecturally amazing buildings set on its own private peninsula overlooking sand, sea and mountain. Although located on the southern shores of Snowdonia it carries the appearance of a Tuscan Italian village with a flavour of Tudor and Oriental
Enjoy free time in Aylesbury for Shopping/Lunch before the Matinee performance of Jersey Boys. Featuring hit after legendary hit including Beggin’, December 1963 (Oh What A Night), Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Walk Like A Man, Bye Bye Baby, Big Girls Don’t Cry and many more, Jersey Boys is a story full of heart, humour and ‘sheer musical razzmatazz’ you simply will never forget.
The UK's longest heritage Railway runs for 25 miles. We join at Porthmadog and travel through the outstanding Snowdonia scenery through to Caernarfon. A morning coffee stop in one of the most beautiful places in Snowdonia - Dolgellau plus free time in Caernarfon
A fabulous day in Oxford - A beautiful privileged City - Enjoy the City at Leisure or join our 2 Hour Guided Walking Tour - Taking in an Oxford College, Hall, Chapel, The Divinity School (oldest building in Oxford) whilst following in the footsteps of Morse and Lewis (15 Max Per Guide)
Forget the deckchairs and dodgems; this is Yorkshire's coastline at its most raw and elemental. Here, brooding cliffs tower over a huddle of red roofed former fishing cottages that spill right down to the edge of the sea, creating a ‘lost in time' getaway for anyone who loves unusual architecture and breathtaking scenery.
Enjoy time in the lovely town of Llangollen before choosing between boarding the Llangollen Railway for the 10 mile journey to Corwen and return OR Heading to the home of Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby - The Ladies of Llangollen Including a Cream Tea
Take a ride on the Mail Rail, a spine-tingling and super-geeky journey into London's secret history. In 2003, after 75 years of service, this wonder of engineering was shut down. The postmen left and the tunnels fell silent. Enjoy a 2 Course Lunch on this uniquely interesting Day.
Join us for an amazing experience!