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Oxford and Stratford
Oxford & Stratford

Perhaps one of the more important UK tours for those of an academic or literary persuasion but also those who love beautiful (and very old) places.


Here among the ‘Dreaming Spires’ we find the forty-four colleges of perhaps the world’s most famous university, founded as far back as 1096


England’s and indeed the world’s history was made by so many that passed this way; scientists who changed the way we lived like Albert Einstein and Tim Berners-Lee, great writers who changed the way we thought about our lives, from Shelley through Tolkien to Dorothy L Sayers and Phillip Pullman, for whom Oxford itself serves as a muse. Oxford has also provided Great Britain with 30 of its Prime Ministers and educated leaders from countries across the globe.

Backdrop and setting for many a famous film (including Harry Potter of course) and home to many of the brightest and best young minds the world over, Oxford is a beautiful and fascinating place to spend time.

Pause to admire the fantastic Radcliffe Camera or visit the Bodleian, probably the most famous and imposing library in the world. Have a browse around the cosy covered market or visit a particular collage that is of interest. Many are open or grant admission for a small fee.

Let us know in advance of anywhere you’d particularly like to visit, the old haunts of a loved one or famous writer, the location of a favourite film scene perhaps.

















Anne Hathaways Cottage


Home to the Bard himself and Shakespeare's Birthplace Museum, Stratford on Avon sits comfortably on the river for which it is named.

Obviously the principle reason for travelling here is to see Shakespeare’s birthplace and you can indeed visit his fathers house to stand in the very room in which he was born. The town itself is very pleasant and other related attractions include Anne Hathaway’s cottage where one gets an intimate view of how life was lived at the time.


Trip Details


Pick-up time – 09.00

Drop-off time – 18.00

Drive Time total – 5 hrs

Steps (approximate) – 8-10K

Ticket Link – Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Oxford & Stratford Drive
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