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London, England

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in England, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.

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  • Buckingham Palace

    Royal Britain

    Scotland and England
    • Watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

    • Whiz around London on a Mini Cooper tour.

    • Stroll the UNESCO protected cobbled streets of Edinburgh’s Old and New town.

    • Admire Scone Palace, where former Scottish kings were crowned.

    • Visit Holyroodhouse, the King’s Scottish residence.

    7 days from $6,165pp

  • Highclere Castle

    Downton Abbey experience

    England
    • Explore the city in an iconic black cab.

    • Visit Highclere Castle and filming locations of Downtown Abbey.

    • Walk the cobblestone lanes of Bath with a private, local guide.

    • Experience two of London’s landmarks, the Tower of London and Kensington Palace.

    6 days from $6,220pp

  • Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin

    Grand tour of the British Isles

    Ireland, Scotland and England
    • Visit the Roman and Georgian highlights of the UNESCO protected Bath.

    • Reflect on Northern Ireland’s troubled past on a city tour.

    • Explore Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London.

    • Learn about the tales of the prisoners detained in Kilmainham Gaol on a shared tour of the former prison.

    19 days from $17,200pp

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Roman Baths, Bath

Uncover ancient Britain beyond Stonehenge

Stonehenge is the most popular prehistoric site in Britain, but it’s not the country’s only ancient attraction. Discover the limits of Roman power at Hadrian’s Wall, a Stone Age barrow near Avebury and Bronze Age cairns featured in Outlander.

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Portobello, London

How to experience London like a local

Take some time to go a little deeper and discover the London that locals love with Audley specialist Andea. Experience vibrant nightlife, historic parks and unusual vantage points to get a new perspective on this dynamic and complex city.

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Big Ben and Whitehall, London

Historic England: exploring London, Oxford and Bath

Audley UK and Ireland specialist Elizabeth explains why she’s gripped by England’s history — especially its royal history. She recommends her preferred places of interest for a historic tour of England, from palaces and cathedrals to sites in Oxford and Bath.

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