A Culinary Trip to England
Welcome to culinary England.
During your trip to England, you will get to know and love the culinary diversity of England.
After your arrival, you will be welcomed by your tour guide, and together you will travel to London. The afternoon is already dedicated to the world metropolis of London. During a guided panoramic tour you will see Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and Tower Bridge.
The next day you continue your guided tour through London. There you have the opportunity to visit the Tower of London.
In the afternoon you will stop for wine tasting at Vinopolis. Besides the presentation of different wine regions, you will also have the opportunity to taste a variety of wines. In the evening you can visit one of the many musicals.
On your third day, you will visit Hampton Court Palace and Garden in the district of Surrey.
There you will be able to view the baskets, rose gardens and wild gardens. Lancelot Brown's landscaped garden is preserved in its romantic character.
After or before your visit you can have lunch/dinner or afternoon tea.
Today the journey takes you close to the village of Cheddar to the so-called Cheddar Gorge; a limestone carved rock gorge in the Mendip Hills in Somerset.
Cheddar Gorge is the most significant rock gorge in the United Kingdom and is home to numerous caves. Here you will also visit a dairy where the famous cheese is made. On a guided tour (English) you will learn all about the favourite cheese of the English. Afterwards, you drive to Glastonbury Abbey, a former Benedictine abbey.
If you have enough time, you can also visit Wells Cathedral. The word "Wells" means "springs", and the cathedral is situated in a landscape rich in water.
On your fifth day, you will travel to Oxford, which is one of the most famous cities in England.
In terms of universities and schools, it is famous worldwide. The oldest of the almost 40 colleges are located here. Also worth a visit is the oldest botanical garden in England.
With a relaxed dinner, let your journey come to an end.
On your last day, you will drive to Windsor Castle, which is one of the Queen's official residences and the largest inhabited castle in the world. It has been a royal palace and fortress for over 900 years. You will visit the State Apartments and the chapel where George V and the late Queen Mum were buried.
Afterwards, you will say goodbye to London and the surrounding area.
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