May we introduce to you the southern part of Britain? The channel crossing goes via the shortest route to Dover. Next to the metropolis London we visit the famous town of Greenwich, to learn first hand a little bit about the maritime history. Windsor Castle and Bath are well-known stops on our western route.
Seaside Resorts, fishing villages, port towns in all variations, moors, heather, dunes, forests and meadows will be seen all around. In Bristol, Plymouth and Southampton we will walk in the footsteps of great mariners.
The rough and inhospitable coast of Cornwall is a real change to the palm corniced resorts. The writers Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Rosamunde Pilcher send their greetings.
Afternoon Tea with clotted cream and cakes as well as Cheddar cheese, Cornish pasties and other delicatessen will be enjoyed. A truly interesting tour that offers something new to experience every day.
Catalogue Page / Additional Information - only in German language
Highlights of the Tour
Jane Austens World
Ruins at Hastings
- Windsor Castle
- Idyllic Countryside
- Clovelly Harbour
- Scenic Coast
- Pencarrow House
- Fishing Villages
- Sunday Roast
- Buckfastleigh Abbey
- English Riviera
- Jane Austens World
- Ruins at Hastings
You may also be interested in the following trips:
Route 31 - Ireland, the Green Island
Route 32 - England und Scottish Highlands
Route 34 - Spanish Atlantic Coast
Route 65 - London with an Insider