Out of London Tours



Soak up the water and visit the Roman baths whose springs were said to have healing powers. Then step back in time to Regency Britain and walk in the footsteps of Jane Austen whose works are still being read and acted out with new twists like the drama Bridgerton which features Bath as a substitute for London.  


Home of the Church of England spiritual leader, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Cathedral played host to one of the most shocking events in British history, the murder of Thomas Becket on 29th December 1170.



Visit quintiessential British villages and feel like your stepping back in time to a bygone era. 

Old Sarum

Set on a Iron Age fort, these ruins show the original of Salisbury Cathedral before it was moved in 1220. Perfect place to visit on route to Salisbury and/or Stonehenge.

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Experience life as an Oxford Student absorbing the knowledge, architecture and literary figures who went here from JRR Tolkien to C.S Lewis.


Home to Salisbury Cathedral, the stunning example of early English gothic architecture. It houses one of the few copies of the Magna Carta.



The most famous stone circle erected 3500 years ago. Discover its secrets and  


Walk in the footsteps of the most famous writers in history, William Shakespeare who was born and died here. See where he was baptised, lived and performed. 

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Windsor & Eton

Only 25 miles out of London, Windsor Castle is the oldest, continuously inhabited castle in the world and is the favourite residence of Queen Elizabeth II.