Strawberry Fields, Penny Lane and the Cavern Club
Take a trip back to the heady days of Merseybeat and the Fab Four! Enjoy a nostalgia-packed Beatles Coach Tour of the places where the history of popular music was changed forever, and take a journey on the legendary "Ferry 'cross the Mersey".
Elvis Exhibition at the 02
The city of London has been All Shook Up with the arrival of the largest ever Elvis collection in Europe! Elvis at the O2: The Exhibition of His Life tells the story of a music revolution that began when Elvis first stepped into a recording studio in 1954 and the lasting impact of his incredible legacy as the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Fans can admire over 300 artefacts direct from the Presley family’s treasured archives, some of which have never been seen outside of Graceland, Memphis,
Lindisfarne and The Alnwick Gardens
The Alnwick Garden is one Britain's most exciting contemporary gardens. See how it has been transformed from a derelict site into a world-class attraction - through the Duchess of Northumberland's bold vision - on this break, which also includes visits to historic Durham and the fabled island of Lindisfarne.
Ladies Day at Royal Ascot
Gold Cup Day, or Ladies Day as it is known, has an atmosphere that sets it apart from other race meetings. It’s the day when the ladies dress to impress, flaunting their summer dresses and hats whilst the gentlemen don their suits; and the day which starts with the Royal Procession, as Her Majesty The Queen and her guests parade along the length of the straight mile in a horse drawn carriage.
Royal Ascot on Ladies Day
Royal Ascot is a national institution and the premier sporting and social event in the summer calendar. Each year, during the third week in June, tradition, pageantry, fashion and style come together in a glorious confection at one of the most beautiful racecourses in the country right next to Windsor Great Park.
Emmerdale and the Best of Yorkshire
Enjoy the very best of Yorkshire - a county as varied and beautiful as one could hope to find. Visit historic York, and enjoy short tours of 'Emmerdale' and 'Last of the Summer Wine' country, as well as the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.
Kew Gardens Tree Tops Walk & Hampton Court
London’s most attractive green borough offers a trees-eye view of the capital’s skyline. Kew Gardens’ treetop walkway is 18 metres up in the air and and offers a great view of the vast 300 acres at Kew as well as the London skyline. Flowing through its heart, the River Thames links together the two attractions of this break - Hampton Court Palace and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
Happy Birthday Hampton Court Palace
Celebrate 500 years of history and royalty at England’s greatest Tudor residence. Since Cardinal Thomas Wolsey set about its construction in 1515, Hampton Court Palace has bore witness to a whole host of dramatic events and flamboyant characters – the most famous being Henry VIII. Follow in the footsteps of Henry and his six wives, exploring the State Apartments and standing in the very spots where he dined and worshipped.
Space Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall
Join this break to the Royal Albert Hall for Raymond Gubbay's brand new show, Space Spectacular, which takes his hugely popular Classical Spectacular to an entirely new level. Don't miss what promises to be an out of this world experience as the Royal Philharmonic perform some of the most popular sci-fi themes of all time.
Tropical Islands of Chester Zoo
In 2015 Chester Zoo is set to reach new heights when a groundbreaking £30 million project is unveiled to the public. ‘Islands’ will be like nothing else in the UK, taking you on an expedition by foot and by boat to Southeast Asia, where you can discover the exotic flora and fauna of the Philippines, Papua, Bali, Sumatra, Sumba and Sulawesi.