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10 of the best Christmas attractions in the UK

Burning the Clocks, Brighton Beautiful lanterns made from paper and willow are produced by Brighton and Hove folk in preparation for the annual “burning of the clocks” celebration on 21 December, the shortest day of the year. A lantern procession through the city leads to Brighton beach, where the lamps are burnt along with a massive sculptural light, and fireworks are let off to live music. The event is run by community charity Same Sky and is intended as a festive celebration that tran...
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London in October!

The best Halloween events in London October is quite a festive month for London, with so many shows and events taking place - Wilson Chauffeurs will be your guide to the spookiest and historical locations! Museums at Night - Autumn Edition Just in time for Halloween, Bedwyr Williams throws a Druid party at Somerset House, Julie Peakman asks how Dr Samuel Johnson's legacy compares with that of his contemporary, courtesan Peg Plunkett; Peter Liversidge uncovers the history of the Royal Colle...
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“The magical, mysterious, wonderful Emerald Isle”

Many visitors see Ireland as a lush green island, full of thatched cottages, pubs, music, wit and poetry. Like all stereotypes, this image of the country has a basis in truth. Wilson Chauffeurs tour daily to many locations in Ireland: Dublin • Kildare & Wicklow • Cork & Kerry • Waterford & Wexford • Limerick & Tippperary • Mayo & Galway • Donnegal & Sligo Why choose Ireland? There are several sites you just have to see when you travel ...
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Top Cultural Restaurants in Cambridge

In a city as diverse as Cambridge, it seems only natural that one is spoiled for choice when it comes to food. Boasting everything from elegant restaurants to fresh artsy venues and local, family-run eateries, Cambridge has something for everyone’s tastes. From student eats to extravagant meals, these ten cultural restaurants represent a handpicked selection of venues that stand for the best of Cambridge eating. Let your chauffeur know where you fancy eating and they will take you there af...
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Royal Greenwich London

  Here are some amazing facts and the history of Greenwich - The Royal Borough! Greenwich began as a Saxon village. It was called green wic (the word wic meant a port). So from the beginning it was a place where ships and boats were tied up. From the beginning Greenwich was a fishing village as well as a farming settlement. The original St Alfege's Church was built in the 11th century on the site where Alfege, Archbishop of Canterbury who was killed in 1012. The present building was...
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Crazy Adventures in Scotland

1.    Put Your Hand on the Center Stone of the Standing Stones of Callanish You probably know of Stonehenge, made famous when Chevy Chase backed his car into one of the Neolithic stones. One of the oldest stone circles – many say centuries older than Stonehenge – is the Standing Stones of Callanish, found on a windswept plain on the west coast of Lewis, an island on the Outer Hebrides.  There’s not much here for miles, and the historians have more questions than answers about ...
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History of Highclere Castle & Gardens

For almost 50 years, long before the TV show had been conceived, we have been touring Highclere Castle and the beautiful Cotswold landscape used in the TV smash hit series, Downton Abbey. Highclere Castle has always been known for its elegance, the parkland for its splendor and the Cotswolds for its breathtaking beauty. Here is an insight to Highclere Castle history - once you read this you will definitely book the tour!! Early years Back To The Beginning: 8th – 16th Century The a...
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Yorkshire and Cotswolds – A few of the most beautiful places to visits in England

Every tour is as individual as each of our discerning clients. Allow us to create your very own custom tour schedule. Once we have discussed your specific requirements, we create your own unique tour. We never forget this is your precious time, you always decide our journey’s pace. The Telegraph have provided a brief guide to the 10 best places and cities to visit in England for the family and couples. Quick Getaways in the UK – easy to get to and with the beautiful views, how can you n...
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Bath – Top Restaurants

An insider's guide to the best places to eat in Bath, including cosy pubs, inviting cafés and award-winning Indian cuisine. Day Trip - Book Now - Stonehenge, Salisbury & Royal Bath Over the past decade, the options for eating out well and affordably in Bath – in cafés and pubs as well as in proper restaurants – have improved enormously.   The Olive Tree (1) The basement restaurant of the Queensberry Hotel (see hotel recommendations) is one ...
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Popular Tour Destinations

Here is a list of some of the most popular tour destinations in the UK. Pt 1 There are many wonderful destinations and historical attractions to visit that are easily accessible from London in just one day. Please allow us to share some of our most popular destinations with you… • Highclere Castle   It is the county seat of the Earl of Carnarvon, a branch of the Anglo-Welsh Herbert family. Highclere Castle was a filming location for the British comedy series Jeeves and Woo...
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