The home of time, Greenwich is where Eastern and Western hemispheres meet. Discover breathtaking views, royal heritage and amazing attractions, all in a beautiful riverside setting. In Cambridge you will be inspired by the many beautiful museums and art galleries. You can admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings. Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, where a unique and relaxing shopping experience can be found
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Group Size: 25 - 53|
Quaint and village-like Greenwich is a delightful place to spend the morning. From Greenwich park we're offered a stunning panoramic view of London. We discover the history and significance of the Royal Observatory, the Prime Meridian Line and Greenwich Mean Time. We see the Cutty Sark, which built in 1869, was the fastest sailing ship of her day. We have free time to enjoy the indoor market, National Maritime Museum and other great attractions.
We continue our journey to Cambridge, where we enjoy a walking tour of this charming market town which boasts an extraordinary combination of rural tranquility and architectural splendour. We discover why Cambridge is famed for the excellence of its university. We visit Trinity College, the largest in Cambridge. It was here that Isaac Newton, inspired by a falling apple, formulated the law of gravity. You'll have the opportunity to visit King’s College Chapel a ‘must see’ for any visitor to England...or why not try punting on the River Cam.
A chauffeured punt tour is an essential part of the Cambridge experience and ideal for those that like to enjoy life with a little luxury. Enjoy a 50 minute ride the River Cam with an expert punter, who'll present you with the historical facts and stories of the University and student life. The tour offers stunning views of King's College, Trinity College, Wren Library, Bridge of Sighs, Mathematical Bridge and more.
These prices may be subject to change on certain weekends, please check the booking page of each tour
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