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The Best of England 

Immerse yourself in the best England has to offer on this chauffeur-driven tour – from its legendary landmarks and bustling cities to its rolling emerald hills. Discover the eye-opening diversity that makes modern England – from global cuisine to urban culture. And at the heart of it all, find London. This cutting-edge city is as into its new trends as its old traditions. You could spend weeks seeking out its hidden treasures, but to experience England in all its glory, you’ll want to venture further afield.

Visit the magnificent Westminster Abbey in London, explore Liverpool’s dynamic music scene and delve into the mysterious pagan history of Stonehenge. Lose yourself in poetry in Stratford upon Avon, admire the breath-taking beauty of the Lake District and follow in the footsteps of the Romans in York and Chester. Whatever you want to experience, you’ll no doubt find it on this unforgettable showcase of England!

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Cobbled Mermaid Street, Rye, England

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London and Paris Getaway

Looking for an unforgettable getaway with your loved one or perhaps your best friend? London has everything you could possibly need, from heartbreaking history to world-class museums and art galleries; famous West End shows and exclusive shopping, swanky bars and restaurants. Paris, on the other hand, is the city of love. From grand boulevards and cobblestone streets, small cafes and patisseries, great museums and history on every corner, Paris has it all. 

Embark on an adventure you won’t forget and create lasting memories. After all, it is hard not to fall head over heels for these two cities!

Notre Dame, Paris

The Ultimate Scottish Road Trip

North Coast 500 is Scotland's answer to Route 66, the new scenic route showcasing fairy-tale castles, beaches and ruins. More than 500 miles of the best the North Highlands has to offer. The route runs to and from Inverness, venturing round the capital of the Highlands, up the West Coast and back via the rugged north coast, with scenery guaranteed to take your breath away.

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Highlands, Scotland


The Best of Scotland 

With such distinctive national dress as the kilt and tartan, a national drink as Scotch whisky, the thrilling music of the bagpipes and a breath-taking landscape, it is no wonder that Scotland was voted one of the world’s top ten travel regions by the Lonely Planet Guide.

This beautiful country has so much to offer to today’s discerning travellers, whether it’s a round of golf, a view over misty lochs or a dramatic sunset, a glimpse back in time down Edinburgh’s Royal Mile or a fly fishing for salmon. Come and discover Scotland with us and capture its magic for yourself.

Kilchurn Castle, Scotland

The Best of Southern Ireland

Lively Dublin, charming small villages and welcoming locals; lush green fields and dramatic cliffs that reach down to picturesque beaches and turquoise sea - no wonder that Ireland is often noted as being one of the most beautiful places on earth. Enjoy a relaxing drive through the Irish countryside; visit the idyllic Cliffs of Moher and the pristine Killarney National Park; admire the Rock of Cashel and the Blarney Castle; learn about Irish history in Cobh and Bunratty Folk Park and of course enjoy the Irish craig over a glass (or two) of the black stuff.

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Sunset at Bedruthan Steps, North Cornwal

Splendid English Riviera

Centuries-old harbours, secluded smugglers’ coves and picture-perfect beaches have sparked the imaginations of some of British most revered writers. Come and explore the wild beauty of Dartmoor, visit the stunning gardens and stately homes; take in the scenery with a coastal walk along the cliffs, potter around in gorgeous old fishing ports or simply relax in one of the superb restaurants and pubs. Of course, don’t forget to sample some of the local fare, including a Cornish pasty, a traditional cream tea, the world-class seafood and some of the very fine local cider. This rural southwestern corner of England is surely a treasure trove and the perfect coastal destination for a summer vacation.

Cornwall, England

Quintessentially English vacation

You don’t get much more ‘English’ than the sweet, sleepy villages of the Cotswolds. The area of gently rolling hills, lush countryside and that ubiquitous honey-coloured stone bathing everything with a unique glow - is one of the most visited, photographed and loved parts of the country. Visiting beautiful places like Painswick, Broadway, or Woodstock; shopping for antiques and staying at beautiful manor houses; it really is like going back in time. Imagine yourself the Lord and Lady of the Manor and enjoy your quintessentially English vacation in the picture-perfect Cotswolds.

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the Cotswolds, England

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Shambles alley, York

Glorious Yorkshire

Yorkshire has something to inspire everyone, whether your passion is literary landscapes, ancient abbeys or majestic stately homes. The incredible variety of its scenery makes Yorkshire popular with visitors, who return time and time again. The region takes in the National Parks of the Dales, Moors and Peaks, an area covering 1,000 square miles of beautiful countryside and stunning seascape, each with its own character.This beautiful part of England has been home to Celts, Romans, Vikings, Normans and Anglo-Saxons. 

With majestic hills, stone villages, limestone crags, pavements and a labyrinth of caves, not to mention a rich industrial heritage, Yorkshire truly showcases the best of the British countryside. And we are very happy to share some of our favourite places with you!

The Breath-taking Lake District

The Lake District, is home to some of England’s most wonderful countryside and grandest views. It is a land of claggy hilltops, shimmering lakes and green sweeping valleys. Once you’ve been here, it is incredibly easy to understand why Beatrix Potter fell in love with this green pocket of north-west England and generations of writers, artists and poets have found inspiration and refuge among these hills, lakes and fells. The area is also a foodie’s heaven with many locally produced, organically grown products and Michelin starred restaurants. Come with us to this land of wuthering moors and mountain-ringed lakes and indulge your every sense!

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The Lake District, England

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Conwy Castle, North Wales

The Best of North Wales

North Wales is an ancient and unspoilt land rich in myths and legends that refuse to die. A mythical landscape; a bright green wilderness of ruined abbeys and old castles, of ancient slate bridges and low stonewalls that march almost vertically up the hillsides. The scenery here is sometimes reminiscent of Switzerland: hills, forests, waterfalls and expansive lakes. No wonder, North Wales has been named among the top places in the world to visit according to Lonely Planet’s annual Best in Travel list.

It might be small, but it’s packed with things to do and see – so sit back, relax and let your knowledgeable chauffeur-guide take you on this unforgettable journey!

Captivating Jersey

Combining a beautiful coastline with sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and tiny harbours with tranquil countryside, green lanes and a bustling capital, the island of Jersey delights both its residents and visitors alike. Just 12 miles from France, there is a mix of Norman-French and English traditions, making the island truly cosmopolitan.

 Come and visit an island that’s small on size, but big on personality, where country lanes open to cliff top views and the sea is never more than ten minutes away. An island where exiled French author Victor Hugo wrote some of his most beautiful poems. An island where the history dating back to prehistoric times is well documented, with the Occupation during WWII remembered.

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Gorey Castle, Jersey

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