For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click here.
See the best of what south west England and Wales has to offer with visits to the Georgian City of Bath, SS Great Britain, Cardiff Castle, Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Chepstow, with a River Wye cruise.
Our great day out to Shakespeare Country.
Located within easy reach of the British Isles, neatly positioned just 31 miles from England and 31 miles from Ireland, you’ll find the beautiful Island paradise that is the Isle of Man.
It’s far enough to give you th...more info
A bastion of Britishness, The Waldorf Hilton is perfectly positioned right in the heart of the Capital’s glitzy district of theatres and a short walk from some of the city’s landmarks and attractions.
Afternoon tea at...more info
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to world-class attractions and is a fantastic place to visit.
Visit the The Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s warship, Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory, which has been transformed to reflect wh...more info
Back by popular demand, is this luxury hotel near Tower Bridge. The Tower Hotel London combines comfort and convenience with unparalleled views.
Included is a visit to The Tower of London with a Blue Badge Guide. Despite the Towe...more info
Since the Regency period when seaside holidays became fashionable, people have been visiting Exmouth to enjoy the scenery. It is a lively town, situated on the east coast of Devon, w...more info