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Blenheim Palace and Cotswolds Day Trip from Oxford

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, EnglandBlenheim Palace is a monumental country house in Blenheim, Oxfordshire, England. It is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the only non-royal, non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace. The palace, one of England's largest houses, was built between 1705 and 1722, and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Bourton on the Water, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds, EnglandA national area of outstanding beauty, The Cotswolds is full of quaint small villages with houses and churches that date back around 500 years. Most buildings are made in local limestone (Cotswold Stone). Tour with walking tour of Bourton on the Water in The CotswoldsDuration: 2 hours

$15.83 Tours & Sightseeing

Bournemouth City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing Bournemouth will allow you to discover everything this beautiful coastal city has to offer, from it's sandy beaches and traditional villages to it's vibrant nightlife and bustling shopping districts.From Stop 1, East Cliff, the tour continues to the famous Bournemouth Pier which is one of the biggest tourist hotspots in the city! From our open-top bus, passengers will have the most amazing panoramic views of the coast, or, you can hop-off and explore the theatre, arcade and many restaurants and cafes that are found here! Hop back on as the tour carries on down to Bournemouth Square, another of the city's most important locations, which boasts many high-end retailers, shops, eateries and bars.If you'd like to discover the history of Bournemouth during your visit, hop-off at the Old Poole Town. Although many buildings have been re-modelled over the centuries, visitors will still get a real feel for Bournemouth's' medieval roots here from its older-style architecture, evident throughout the Old Town. There are also many museums in Old Town, including the Poole Museum, which boasts a range of galleries observing boats and trade over centuries. One of Bournemouth's most unique locations is The Triangle, for being the city's central point for the local LGBT community. Hop-off at Stop 23, to explore this quirky area that boasts arguably the city's most vibrant nightlife. The stops along the route are as follows:1. East Cliff 2. Bournemouth Pier - Behind Hot Rocks 3. Bournemouth Square - Gervis Place Stand X 4. West Cliff Savoy Hotel 5. Westbourne - Camden 6. Branksome Chine 7. Canford Cliffs - Loch Fyne 8. Sandbanks Beach - Shore Road 9. Sandbanks Beach - Pavilion 10. Sandbanks Peninsular - Ferry Approach 11. Sandbanks Beach - Opposite Pavilion 12. Sandbanks Beach - Opposite Shore Road 13. Lilliput Village - Lilliput Square 14. Whitecliff - Whitecliff Recreation Ground 15. Poole Park - Park Gates East 16. Poole Quay & Old Town - Portsmouth Hoy Pub 17. 13A. Poole Quay & Old Town - Old Orchard18. Poole Railway Station - ASDA Side 19. Poole College / Civic Centre - The College 20. Ashley Cross - Parkstone Railway Station 21. Penn Hill - Penn Hill Corner 22. Westbourne - County Gates 23. The Triangle 24. Bournemouth Square - Exeter Road Stand LL 25. Bournemouth Pier - Behind Hot RocksDuring our tour through Bournemouth, passengers can take full advantage of our free headphones and on-board audio commentary to discover many fun and historic facts about the city. Please note that the audio commentary is only available in English. City Sightseeing Bournemouth is seasonal and only operates between 30th March 2018 - 30th September 2018. 

$56.74 Day Trips & Excursions

Bournemouth to Warwick Castle and Stratford-Upon-Avon Day Trip

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire, EnglandSee the impressive Warwick CastleDuration: 2 hoursPass By: Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, EnglandSee where the young Shakespeare grew up and where he was inspired to be the person he was.Pass By: Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, EnglandSee the final resting place of Shakespeare.

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Windsor and Winchester from Bournemouth Full-Day Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Thames RiverSee the River Thames which runs through Royal WindsorStop At: Windsor CastleSee the impressive Windsor Castle, official residence of the monarchs of the UK. Duration: 2 hoursPass By: Eton CollegeSee the most prestigious college in the UKStop At: Winchester CathedralWinchester Cathedral is one of the longest and largest cathedrals in Europe and dominates a large area of Winchester with its Gothic formidable style.Duration: 1 hour

$31.67 Outdoor Activities

3h Bournemouth Kick Scooter Guided Tour

Your guide will meet at 10:30h Outside the Bournemouth Library, wich is located near The Triangle and Bournemouth Square. Some safety instructions will be given, then we start the 6,5KM route in a guided tour from the beautiful Lower Gardens, passing by (externally only) Cenotaph Bournemouth War Memorial, Richmond Hill St. Andrew's Church, The Pavillion Theatre, Bournemouth Pier, Russel Courts art Gallery, Red Arrows Memorial, a long stretch of East Cliff with wonderful views of Old Harry Rock's in Purbeck island, enjoy the stunning Boscombe Gardens and its marvellous pier where we may have a brief stop for a drink (at your own expense) before we head back to our starting point via the amazing promenade by the beach. All this while your guide will tell you a bit of the history of Bournemouth, its people and most prominent spots.

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Jurassic Coast: Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door half day trip

Pick up at 11:00 am from Bournemouth Station, Coach Stand K (underneath Asda, outside the Travel Interchange office) The coach and train station are next to each other if you are arriving on the day.   Drive on a lovely scenic route through Bournemouth town centre, West Cliff, Sandbanks and Poole Quay.  On arrival the driver will show you the return pick up point first, in Lulworth Cove Car park for a moment then you will be dropped off at Durdle Door.  You will have 3 hours of free time between the two locations, the driver will tell you the meeting time in Lulworth Cove on the day.   Get down onto the beach at Durdle Door for a paddle, a swim or to soak up the sun, before heading over Hambury Tout to Lulworth Cove. The walk takes about half an hour but provides absolutely breathtaking views in all directions and is often the highlight for visitors. Lulworth Cove is a stunning secluded cove tucked away behind the narrow limestone entrance. The cove has been formed by the erosion of the softer chalk behind leaving a shell shaped natural wonder. Be sure to seek out Stair Hole, a mini version or Durdle Door, with the famous Lulworth Crumple geological formation and visit the excellent visitors centre to see some of the fossils that give the Jurassic Coast it's name. Lulworth Cove sits in the village of West Lulworth and there are many tearooms, pubs and cafes to grab some refreshments. You will be dropped off at Bournemouth Station, Stand K at about 16:30 (depending on traffic).