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4-Day Paris Break from Eastbourne including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park

4-Day Paris Break from Eastbourne including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park - Eastbourne, United Kingdom

Duration: 4 days
Location: Eastbourne, United Kingdom

From USD
$312.11

This 4-day (3-night) weekend break from Eastbourne takes you to explore the beautiful city of Paris, Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park. Experience the French capital and enjoy the magic of Disney in a single weekend.

The journey starts from central Eastbourne on Friday evening with an overnight travel to the wonderful city of Paris by coach and ferry ... More info ›

This 4-day (3-night) weekend break from Eastbourne takes you to explore the beautiful city of Paris, Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park. Experience the French capital and enjoy the magic of Disney in a single weekend.

The journey starts from central Eastbourne on Friday evening with an overnight travel to the wonderful city of Paris by coach and ferry. You will depart from Dover in the early hours of Saturday morning; on arrival in France please remember to put your watches forward by one hour. From the Port of Calais the journey to Paris will take approx. 4 hours and you will stop for breakfast (own expense) on the outskirts of the city where you will also be able to freshen up.

On arrival in Paris begin the day at the world famous medieval cathedral of Notre Dame, which you will have time to visit and from here take a sightseeing tour boat along the River Seine (own expense) – the perfect way to begin your day in Paris. To book the River Seine boat trip please pay the guide on the bus before arrival in Paris.

It is a short walk from here to the Louvre Museum, where you can take lunch and visit this historic museum (entry and meals at own expense, however if you are lucky enough to be under 18 then the entrance is free). At the museum there is a large underground restaurant complex with foods from around the world, the cost of the food here is very reasonable compared to the more expensive places in the street close to the museum. During the afternoon you will have time to stroll along The Avenue des Champs-Élysées and visit the Eiffel Tower (own expense) before meeting up for the hotel check in.

You can join the evening illuminations tour on Saturday evening; this begins with a visit to the bohemian district of Montmartre and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica, located in the famous artists' quarter with its magnificent views over Paris and quaint streets and café’s to Pigalle and the Moulin Rouge, followed by an evening illuminations tour with a stop at the Trocadero to see the stunning Eiffel Tower light show before returning to the hotel late evening.

The last day Sunday will be spent at Disneyland Paris (your trip includes an entrance ticket to both Walt Disney Studios Park and Disneyland as well as all shows, rides and events) or you can alternatively have extra free time to explore and enjoy the city of Paris.

You will depart from Disneyland Paris after a full day to return back to Eastbourne for arrival on early Monday morning.

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3-Day Amsterdam and Bruges Tour from Eastbourne

3-Day Amsterdam and Bruges Tour from Eastbourne - Eastbourne, United Kingdom

Duration: 3 days
Location: Eastbourne, United Kingdom

From USD
$256.62

Come onboard this 3-day coach tour to charming cities of Amsterdam and Bruges. Enjoy your time in the buzzing capital of Netherlands, Amsterdam ... More info ›

Come onboard this 3-day coach tour to charming cities of Amsterdam and Bruges. Enjoy your time in the buzzing capital of Netherlands, Amsterdam. Wrap yourself in its unique charm and explore its countless canals, coffee shops and world-class museums before visiting the well-preserved medieval Belgium town of Bruges.

Your 3-day tour begins with an overnight departure on Friday by coach and ferry to Netherlands, arriving in Amsterdam on Saturday morning at approximately 9:00am. A breakfast stop will be made before arriving in Amsterdam (at own expense).

On arrival in the city you can begin the day with a trip on the famous canal boats (own expense), after which your tour guide will introduce you to the city, including a walking tour of the sights from Dam Square to the Museum District where you will have the opportunity to visit the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and the Heineken Beer Museum (all museum visits at own expense).

At the end of the walking tour you will have the afternoon to explore the city at leisure before making your own way to the hotel for check-in later in the afternoon.

On Sunday, after breakfast at the hotel, depart Amsterdam and begin our journey south, stopping to visit a traditional Windmill and Cheese Farm, where you will also see a demonstration of clog making (traditional wooden shoes) and a chance to buy some Dutch souvenirs before you continue our journey south into Belgium and the picturesque city of Bruges for the afternoon.

Departure from Bruges is late afternoon, with a short stop on the way at PJ’s chocolates (near Ostend). This is an opportunity to take home some famous Belgium chocolates. The journey will then continue to the port of Calais in France for the evening ferry back to the UK, with arrival late Sunday evening. Arrival in the UK towns will depend on sailing times and immigration formalities.

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Cambridge Day Trip from Eastbourne Including Walking Tour

Cambridge Day Trip from Eastbourne Including Walking Tour - Eastbourne, United Kingdom

Duration: 1 day
Location: Eastbourne, United Kingdom

From USD
$62.42

This day trip departing from Eastbourne gives you the perfect introduction to Cambridge and includes a walking tour around some of the finest university buildings, museums and churches in the collegiate town. The 1-hour walking tour will take you along those great monuments of education and give insight into their history ... More info ›

This day trip departing from Eastbourne gives you the perfect introduction to Cambridge and includes a walking tour around some of the finest university buildings, museums and churches in the collegiate town. The 1-hour walking tour will take you along those great monuments of education and give insight into their history. After the tour finishes, you will also have around 3 to 4 hours of free time to sightsee at your leisure.

Cambridge is home to one of the oldest universities in the world. For over 800 years, people have travelled from all over the world to study and visit this wonderful city. With its beautiful college buildings, museums and churches, Cambridge is a joy to visit for tourists and students alike. Cambridge is a small city with a population of just 100,000 which includes 23,000 students. Even though the city is dominated by its ancient university, it is also home to some of the most high tech companies in the world and is also home to Microsoft research offices. Whether it’s the history of the university or a chance to visit the market and surrounding shops, Cambridge is a great place to visit.

Why not pop in to The Eagle pub for lunch, see the graffiti left by airmen from WWII (own expense)? This was also the place where Watson and Crick announced to the world they had discovered ‘The secret of life’ or the structure of DNA in 1953. After lunch, take a walk on Parker’s Piece, one of Cambridge’s most significant open spaces. Cambridge played a unique role in the invention of modern football where the game’s first set of rules were drawn up by members of the University in 1848. The Cambridge Rules were first played on Parker’s Piece and had a defining influence on the 1863 Football Association rules.

There is also the River Cam where you may go punting along (extra cost) and other sights include the graduation building called Senate House and on Saturdays the outdoor market stalls.

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Oxford Windsor and Eton Tour from Eastbourne

Oxford Windsor and Eton Tour from Eastbourne - Eastbourne, United Kingdom

Duration: 1 day
Location: Eastbourne, United Kingdom

From USD
$62.42

Embark on a tour to Oxford, Windsor and Eton. You will visit Windsor and Eton in the morning before traveling to Oxford at lunchtime where you will spend the afternoon ... More info ›

Embark on a tour to Oxford, Windsor and Eton. You will visit Windsor and Eton in the morning before traveling to Oxford at lunchtime where you will spend the afternoon. In the Oxford center you will find a wide range of shops in the Westgate and Clarendon shopping centers and the old Victorian covered market. Or you can alternatively visit some free museums or Oxford Castle.

The "City of Dreaming Spires" is home to one of the most famous and oldest universities in the world. For over 800 years it has been a home to royalty and scholars although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Its beautiful architecture, museums and young student population make the city a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year. Even though Oxford is a very cosmopolitan city, it is dominated by its ancient university, with each college having its own sense of identity. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty for the visitor to do.

University/Christchurch College:
The University of Oxford is the second oldest surviving university in the world dating back to the 11th century. There is no central campus; the university is all over the city center consisting of 36 colleges and over 100 schools looking after 21,000 students. Perhaps the most well known college is Christchurch, this is the largest college in Oxford, and many of the scenes from the Harry Potter films were shot in various locations around the college grounds.

Oxford Castle:
The castle dates back to the 11th century and although mainly a ruin it does still have its old keep. The castle’s main use was as a prison which remained so until as recently as 1996. Today you can visit it as a tourist attraction, find out about the people who worked there and also about some of the more notorious characters who were locked up inside.

Ashmolean Museum:
The world’s first university museum. The museum opened in 1683 but has since moved to its present building in 1845. Over the last few years the museum has been extensively rebuilt with millions of pound spent on it. The main museum contains one of the finest collections pre-Raphaelite paintings amongst other great collections as well as archaeological pieces from ancient Egypt and Greece.

If you are a keen photographer, or you just like seeing things from a different angle, then why not climb the 13th century tower of St. Mary the Virgin Church opposite the Radcliffe Camera. The church is known as the university church and is the oldest building associated with the university, for a small fee you can climb the steps of the tower for wonderful views of the college buildings.

Oxford has a great collection of museums. The Museum of the History of Science contains scientific instruments from medieval times up to the modern day. The Pitt-Rivers Museum houses the university’s archaeological and anthropological collections. The University Museum is the museum of natural history, situated next door to the Pitt-Rivers Museum.

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