The English Heritage Overseas Pass provides free entry to over 100 of England’s finest Castles, abbeys, Roman remains, and prehistoric monuments. Some of the attractions include Stonehenge, Carlisle Castle and Down House the home of Charles Darwin.
City Cruises takes you on an exciting London sightseeing tour, with the best views the capital has to offer. Take in the memorable sights such as the awe-inspiring Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London and the Royal Palace of Greenwich among others. Experience the splendors of London while enjoying a relaxing and comfortable cruise […]
Heathrow Express is a train service to Central London, with the option to select a Heathrow Express E-ticket or a Heathrow Express Paper Ticket. With trains departing every 15 minutes, the Heathrow Express is by far the easiest way to get to Central London!
Gatwick Express is the fastest way to travel from Gatwick Airport to Central London – the 27 miles are covered in just 30 minutes. Trains leave every 15 minutes, and travel from London Victoria and Gatwick Airport.
Step back in time with the Shakespeare’s Houses pass. Visit 5 estates in and around Stratford-upon-Avon including Shakespeare’s Birthplace, New Place, Hall’s Croft, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Mary Arden’s Farm!
Located in Edinburgh, the Royal Yacht Britannia now welcomes you on board to discover the heart and soul of this most special of royal residences. With audio commentary in 27 languages, this tour is perfect for any traveler visiting Scotland.
The Oyster card provides access to the majority of London’s transport services such as the Tube, Docklands Light Railway, bus and tram, and some National Rail services. Loaded with £20, £30 or £50, the Oyster Card is reusable; just add credit when you run out.
No trip to London is complete without the London Pass! This all-inclusive sightseeing card provides free entrance to over 50 of the city’s most popular attractions including the Tower of London, museums, famous art galleries and many more.
A must see for all flora lovers, the Kew Gardens is home to over 40,000 species, making it the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants. Designated a World Heritage Site, the Kew Gardens are sure to impress all who visit.