Private Day Trips – for every tourist who is hungry adventure. You can choose from 4h up to 8h trip with us. Our driver will take You wherever You want during this time. He will be waiting for You and will be available in every moment of Your trip. He is not a guide guy but if You want one we will arrange this for You for additional price. We cooperate with best travel agencies around so You can make sure that you are in right hands. If You have any other ideas where You want to go please call or email us, we are open for any enquires.

Prices and durations:

 

  • London – 4h from £80 / 8h from £145
  • Stonehenge and Salisbury – 8h from £245
  • Cambridge – 8h from £195
  • Canterbury & Leeds – 8h from £195
  • Oxford – 8h from £195
  • Bath – 8h from £290
  • Brighton – 8h from £195
  • Windsor, Eaton and Hampton – 8h from £150
  • Bornemouth – 8h from £290
  • Warwick Castle & Stratford – 8h from £290
  • Cardiff – 8h from £290

Stonehenge and Salisbury Private Day Trip
from £245 – 8h

Stonehenge

Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. Explore the ancient landscape on foot and step inside the Neolithic Houses to discover the tools and objects of everyday Neolithic life. Visit the world-class exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and come face to face with a 5,500 year-old man.

Salisbury

Centred on a majestic cathedral that’s topped by the tallest spire in England, Salisbury makes an appealing Wiltshire base. It’s been an important provincial city for more than a thousand years, and its streets form an architectural timeline ranging from medieval walls and half-timbered Tudor town houses to Georgian mansions and Victorian villas. Salisbury is also a lively, modern town, boasting plenty of bars and restaurants, plus a concentrated cluster of excellent museums.

 

Best Places to see in Salisbury:

 

  • Salisbury Cathedral
  • Magna Carta
  • Old Sarum
  • St Thomas’s Church
  • Wilton House
  • Salisbury Museum
  • Cathedral Close
  • Mompesson House

Cambridge Private Day Trip
from £195 – 8h

Cambridge

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.

 

Best Places to see in Cambridge:

 

  • King’s College Chapel
  • Fitzwilliam Museum
  • The Backs
  • Gonville & Caius College
  • Trinity College
  • Imperial War Museum
  • Polar Museum
  • Christ’s College

Canterbury and Leeds Castle Private Day Trip
from £195 – 8h

Canterbury

Canterbury tops the charts for English cathedral cities and is one of southern England’s top attractions. Many consider the World Heritage–listed cathedral that dominates its centre to be one of Europe’s finest, and the town’s narrow medieval alleyways, riverside gardens and ancient city walls are a joy to explore. But Canterbury isn’t just a showpiece for the past – it’s a bustling, busy place with an energetic student population and a wide choice of contemporary bars, restaurants, venues and independent shops.

 

Best Places to see in Canterbury:

 

  • Canterbury Cathedral
  • Beaney House of Art & Knowledge
  • Roman Museum
  • St Augustine’s Abbey
  • Canterbury Heritage Museum
  • St Martins Church
  • West Gate Towers
  • Eastbridge Hostpital

Leeds Castle

This immense moated pile just east of Maidstone is, for many, the world’s most romantic castle, and it’s certainly one of the most visited in Britain. The formidable, hefty structure balancing on two islands is known as something of a ‘ladies castle’. This stems from the fact that in its more than 1000 years of history, it has been home to a who’s who of medieval queens, most famously Henry VIII’s first wife, Catherine of Aragon. The castle’s vast estate offers enough attractions of its own to justify a day trip: peaceful walks, a duckery, aviary and falconry demonstrations. You’ll also find possibly the world’s sole dog-collar museum, plenty of kids’ attractions and a hedge maze, overseen by a grassy bank from where fellow travellers can shout encouragement or misdirections.

Oxford Private Day Trip
from £195 – 8h

Oxford

One of the world’s most famous university cities, Oxford is a beautiful, privileged place. When You approach this City – You already feel smart. It is steeped in history and studded with august buildings, yet maintains the feel of a young city, thanks to its large student population. The elegant honey-toned buildings of the university’s colleges, scattered throughout the city, wrap around tranquil courtyards along narrow cobbled lanes, and, inside their grounds, a studious calm reigns. The city’s famed spires twirl into the sky above.

 

Best Places to see in Oxford:

 

  • Bodleian Library
  • Pitt Rivers Museum
  • Magdalen College
  • Merton College
  • Christ Church
  • Ashmolean Museum
  • Radcliffe Camera
  • New College

Bath Private Day Trip
from £290 – 8h

Bath

Britain is littered with beautiful cities, but precious few compare to Bath. Home to some of the nation’s grandest Georgian architecture – not to mention one of the world’s best-preserved Roman bathhouses – this slinky, sophisticated, snooty city, founded on top of natural hot springs, has been a tourist draw for nigh on 2000 years.

 

Best Places to see in Bath:

 

  • Roman Baths
  • Bath Abbey
  • Jane Austen Centre
  • Prior Park
  • Royal Crescent
  • Pump Room
  • American Museum in Britain

Brighton and Hove Private Day Trip
from £195 – 8h

Brighton and Hove

Raves on the beach, Graham Greene novels, mods and rockers in bank-holiday fisticuffs, naughty weekends for Mr and Mrs Smith, the UK’s biggest gay scene and the Channel’s best clubbing – this coastal city evokes many images for the British. But one thing is certain: with its bohemian, hedonistic vibe, Brighton is where England’s seaside experience goes from cold to cool.

 

Best places to see in Brighton and Hove:

 

  • Royal Pavilion
  • Hove Museum & Art Gallery
  • Brighton Palace Pier
  • Sea Life Brighton
  • I360 Tower
  • Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
  • Royal Pavilions Gardens
  • Brighton Marina

Windsor Castle, Eaton and Hampton Court Palace Private Day Trip
from £150 – 8h

Windsor Castle and Eaton

Dominated by the massive bulk of Windsor Castle, the twin Thames-side towns of Windsor and Eton have a rather surreal atmosphere, with the morning pomp and ceremony of the changing of the guards in Windsor, and the sight of schoolboys dressed in formal tailcoats wandering the streets of tiny Eton.

 

Best Places to see in Windsor and Eaton:

 

  • Windsor Castle
  • Runnymede
  • Savill Garden
  • Windsor Great Park
  • Eaton College

Enjoy Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace in one day by taking this Day Trip with two attractions!

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace has much to offer visitors; discover the magnificence of Henry VIII’s favorite royal residence. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the bustling Base Court and marvel at the breath-taking grandeur of Henry’s State Rooms. Tickle your taste buds in the vast Tudor kitchens, stroll through over 60 acres of enchanting gardens, lose yourself in the famous maze and appreciate the beauty of one of the greatest palaces on earth.

Bournemouth Private Day Trip
from £290 – 8h

Bournemouth

If one thing has shaped Bournemouth, it’s the beach. This glorious, 7-mile strip of soft sand first drew holidaymakers in the Victorian days. Today the resort attracts both elderly coach parties and youthful stag parties – on Saturday nights fancy-dress is everywhere; angels in L-plates meet men in mankinis. But Bournemouth is more than just a full-on party town. It also boasts some hip hideaways, great restaurants, tempting watersports, and in Boscombe, 2 miles east of the centre, a suburb with a cool urban-surfer vibe.

 

Best Places to see in Bournemouth:

 

  • Bournemouth Beach
  • East Cliff Lift Railway
  • Bournemouth Beach Huts
  • Alum Chine
  • Russell – Cotes

Warwick Castle and Stratford-upon-Avon Private Day Trip
from £290 – 8h

Warwick Castle

Founded in 1068 by William the Conqueror, stunningly preserved Warwick Castle is the biggest show in town. The ancestral home of the Earls of Warwick remains impressively intact, and the Tussauds Group has filled the interior with flamboyant, family-friendly attractions that bring the castle’s rich history to life. Waxworks populate the private apartments; there are also jousting tournaments, daily trebuchet firings, themed evenings and a dungeon.

Stratford-upon-Avon

The author of some of the most quoted lines ever written in the English language, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford in 1564 and died here in 1616. Experiences linked to his life in this unmistakably Tudor town range from the touristy (medieval re-creations and Bard-themed tearooms) to the humbling (Shakespeare’s modest grave in Holy Trinity Church) and the sublime (taking in a play by the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company).

 

Best Places to see in Stratford-upon-Avon:

 

  • Shakespeare’s Birthplace
  • Holly Trinity Church
  • Charlecote Park
  • Shakespere’s School Room
  • Shakespere’s New Place
  • Mary Arden’s Farm
  • Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
  • Hall’s Croft

Cardiff Private Day Trip
from £290 – 8h

Cardiff

Compact, multicultural Cardiff dances to its own beat, with abundant cultural and historical sights, independent businesses and a friendly atmosphere. Here are things that first-time visitors to the Welsh capital should experience, from its grand castle and leafy urban gardens to the best Welsh cakes and the world’s oldest record shop.

 

Best Places to see in Cardiff:

 

  • Cardiff Castle
  • Arcades
  • National Museum Cardiff
  • Penarth Pier
  • Cardiff Bay
  • The Principality Stadium
  • Cardiff Market
  • St Fagans Museum

London Private Day Trip
from £80 – 4h / £145 – 8h

London

Welcome in London, one of the world’s most visited cities. London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine wine and great food from around the world.

 

We will point here (in our opinion) top sights to see in London:

 

  • Westminister Abbey
  • Natural History Museum
  • Tate Modern
  • National Gallery
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Tower of London
  • British Museum
  • Shakespere’s Globe
  • Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Soho
  • Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum