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Windsor Castle Start your day with a typical display of British pomp and ceremony, held on selected mornings during the Changing of the Guard ceremony.

Within the State Apartments, the grandest in all of England, you’ll explore the same rooms currently used by the King and members of the Royal Family. Each room’s walls are adorned with incredible paintings and murals by history’s most famous artists, and they’re filled with invaluable treasures from around the world.

Later, you’ll visit the setting of one of the most famous recent royal weddings. It was at St. George’s Chapel where Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in 2018, a ceremony watched by millions worldwide.

Oxford Visit ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’, perhaps best known for its world-renowned university and incredible architecture.

The origins of the University of Oxford trace back to the 11th century, making it the oldest English-speaking university in the world. Throughout the city, elegant spires and stone domes rise on the city skyline from medieval stone buildings. Not surprisingly, this beautiful city has been the setting for countless movies and TV series, including Harry Potter.

This is the only place in the country where buildings from all periods of English history can be found, which is what makes Oxford so unique.

Stonehenge Visiting Stonehenge is a fascinating excursion in England. This ancient prehistoric monument, built over 4,500 years ago, is famous for its huge stones arranged in a circle. During your visit, you can explore the site, learn about its history at the visitor center, and use audio guides. It’s important to respect the site’s rules and plan your visit in advance. Stonehenge is an impressive destination for history and archaeology enthusiasts.

ADMISSION TICKETS TO THE SITES ARE NOT INCLUDED. DURATION: 9 TO 10 HOURS MEETING POINT AT Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria, London, SW1W 9SR

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