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1 Day Bath and English Villages Backpacker Tour - Departs from London

1 Day Bath and English Villages Backpacker Tour - Departs from London - Laycock, United Kingdom

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Laycock, United Kingdom

From USD
$75.17

Not much time? Wonder where the Romans did for their pleasure and relaxation in Bath! A walking tour will be included amongst the honey-coloured Georgian architecture where you can sample some traditional English treats including sweets, pasties and cheese. In the afternoon we will take you to a village where Harry Potter scenes have been filmed, and also ‘the prettiest village in England’!

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Pass By: The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath BA1 1LZ England

Viewed as part of the Bath city walking tour

Pass By: Pulteney Bridge, Bath BA1 1EE England

Visited as part of the Bath city walking tour

Pass By: Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 1EE England

Visited as part of the Bath city walking tour

Stop At: Lacock Abbey & Village, near Chippenham, Wiltshire,, Laycock, Keighley England

In the afternoon we'll visit Lacock, where you can see where some of Harry Potter films and Fantastic Beasts has been filmed (optional visit to Abbey to see Hogwarts classrooms- entry not included)

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Castle Combe Village, Off the M4, Castle Combe SN14 7HX England

Our last stop of the day to visit 'the prettiest village in England'

Duration: 30 minutes

Not much time? Wonder where the Romans did for their pleasure and relaxation in Bath! A walking tour will be included amongst the honey-coloured Georgian architecture where you can sample some traditional English treats including sweets, pasties and cheese. In the afternoon we will take you to a village where Harry Potter scenes have been filmed, and also ‘the prettiest village in England’!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath BA1 1LZ England

Viewed as part of the Bath city walking tour

Pass By: Pulteney Bridge, Bath BA1 1EE England

Visited as part of the Bath city walking tour

Pass By: Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 1EE England

Visited as part of the Bath city walking tour

Stop At: Lacock Abbey & Village, near Chippenham, Wiltshire,, Laycock, Keighley England

In the afternoon we'll visit Lacock, where you can see where some of Harry Potter films and Fantastic Beasts has been filmed (optional visit to Abbey to see Hogwarts classrooms- entry not included)

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Castle Combe Village, Off the M4, Castle Combe SN14 7HX England

Our last stop of the day to visit 'the prettiest village in England'

Duration: 30 minutes

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Exclusive York - private guided tour of the walled city

Exclusive York - private guided tour of the walled city  - York, United Kingdom

Duration: 2 hours
Location: York, United Kingdom

From USD
$112.76

Why follow the crowds? Explore York at your own pace in the company of one of our expert, fully qualified and licensed guides. Delve deep into the medieval maze and discover secret corners few other visitors get to see ... More info ›

Why follow the crowds? Explore York at your own pace in the company of one of our expert, fully qualified and licensed guides. Delve deep into the medieval maze and discover secret corners few other visitors get to see.

This is an entirely personal service - once you have made your booking we will get in touch to arrange where to come and meet you (such as any city centre landmark or hotel). We will ensure you don't miss any of the highlights - including the world-famous Minster*, medieval city walls and Shambles - but if you have any particular areas of interest, please get in touch. It's your tour and we want you to see York your way!

*We are accredited Minster guides and can include a tour of the interior of the cathedral if required - though please note this will be subject to the Minster's opening hours and separate admission fee.

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Stop At: York Minster, Minster Yard Deangate, York YO1 7HH England

The largest medieval gothic cathedral in the UK - a symphony in stone

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Exhibition Square, York England

The best view in York - a handsome piazza in which it is possible to see 2000 years of history: just by turning in a circle!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: King's Manor, The Kings Manor Exhibition Square University of York, York YO1 7EP England

York's royal palace - occupied by Henry VIII and Charles I

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: St. Mary's Abbey, Museum Gardens Museum Street, York YO1 7FR England

The spectacular remains of the largest monastery in northern England - built by the Normans, ruined by Henry VIII

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Multangular Tower, Museum Gardens Museum Street, York YO1 7FR England

The oldest structure in York - the ten-sided Roman corner tower has been standing for almost 2000 years.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: York City Walls, York YO1 7HB England

Enjoy spectacular views from the most picturesque section of the 13th century city wall

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: 11 Shambles, York YO1 7LZ England

The most celebrated, and best-preserved, medieval street in York. The inspiration for Diagon Alley.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Private Group Tour of Captain Cook Country from York

Private Group Tour of Captain Cook Country from York - York, United Kingdom

Duration: 9 hours
Location: York, United Kingdom

From USD
$494.90

To commemorate the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's first Voyage of Discovery, this day trip provides the opportunity for your own private group of up to 15 people to follow in his footsteps through Captain Cook Country to the seaside town of Whitby. Visit the village of Marton where James Cook was born then learn about his formative years in Great Ayton before seeing the picturesque fishing village of Staithes, where the young Cook first experienced local seafaring and smuggling traditions ... More info ›

To commemorate the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's first Voyage of Discovery, this day trip provides the opportunity for your own private group of up to 15 people to follow in his footsteps through Captain Cook Country to the seaside town of Whitby. Visit the village of Marton where James Cook was born then learn about his formative years in Great Ayton before seeing the picturesque fishing village of Staithes, where the young Cook first experienced local seafaring and smuggling traditions. Enjoy free time in Whitby, where Captain Cook trained in the merchant navy, with options to visit Whitby's newest attraction, The Endeavour Experience (one of only two full size replicas of the HM Bark Endeavour in existence), The Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby Abbey, take a short trip out to sea on the Bark Endeavour scale replica of Cook's famous vessel, or just explore the port and experience English Fish & Chips!

You will be picked up at 9.00am from your choice of location in York and head north for Captain Cook Country, skirting the North York Moors National Park with views of the imposing Cleveland Hills and hearing tales of the region's maritime past and Captain Cook's life on the way.

The first stop is in the village of Marton where you can stand on the site of the cottage where Captain Cook was born in 1728, which is now marked with a granite vase, then, if you are ready for refreshments, you can have a quick coffee in the nearby Cook's Cafe before heading for the village green to view the commemorative plaque mounted on a slab of granite from Point Hicks, the headland first sighted by Cook in the discovery of Australia. The tour then makes the short journey to Great Ayton, pausing to photograph Roseberry Topping, a boyhood haunt of James Cook.

You will arrive in the beautiful traditional English village of Great Ayton, perched on the banks of the River Leven, where James Cook lived through most of his childhood, to see his Schoolroom, the Church where he worshipped and his family are buried, his statue on the village green and the site of his cottage that was dismantled brick by brick and transported to Melbourne!

On leaving Great Ayton you will follow the route over the North York Moors that Cook walked to reach the small fishing village of Staithes for his first contact with the sea, passing by the Captain Cook Monument on Easby Moor.

The tour then follows the rugged coastline route to Whitby, stopping on the West Cliff overlooking the harbour to view and photograph the famous Whale Bones and Captain Cook Statue.

You will have about three hours in Whitby, with options to visit Whitby's newest attraction, The Endeavour Experience (one of only two full size replicas of the HM Bark Endeavour in existence), the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby Abbey (inspiration for the Dracula books), experience the Bark Endeavour scale replica boat trip around the harbour, go shopping for some Whitby Jet or Gothic Fashion at the Market, or just explore the busy fishing port and sample Fish 'n' Chips from the famous Magpie Café - the choice is yours!

After Whitby you can just sit back and enjoy the views as the tour heads over the North York Moors back towards York, pausing for a final photo opportunity at the Hole of Horcum.

You should arrive back at the pick-up point by 6:00pm but should not book onward travel arrangements too soon after that in case of traffic problems.

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