Shakespeare's Stratford, Warwick Castle, Oxford with PUB Lunch

Shakespeare's Stratford, Warwick Castle, Oxford with PUB Lunch

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Tour Highlights

    • A long drive through Cotswolds
    • The facility of a professional guide
    • The facility of free Wi-Fi
    • Have an Oxford walking tour
    • Entry into Warwick Castle
    • Entry to Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Avon
    • Chance to explore Shakespeare’s schoolroom and Guildhall
    • The facility of transportation by Luxury Air-Conditioned Coach

Overview & Description

Overview:
Dive into the era of William Shakespeare and get involved with the stories and plays were written by him. Get along the Shakespeare’s school, Guildhall, his burial ground, and the theatre in which his plays are played. Hold your breath before entering into the Warwick castle and get closure to the life of the Warwick struggle for battle. Chirp into the beautiful garden of Warwick castle, and as you come out of it, have a trip of the Oxford colleges too.  Don’t miss the drive to Cotswolds to make the memorable trip one.


Itinerary:
Stratford is a popular place of England famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare and is also the home of the theatres of popular Royal Shakespeare Company. It is a mesmerizing market town and a family place that rests in the heart of rural England.  Visiting Stratford once can alive the artist in you. Passing over the river bed, the cool winds blow through the town, making its way along with with the Holy Trinity church, the place where Shakespeare was buried. You can feel the light atmosphere resting all over the place. On tour, you will come across half-wooden buildings that remind of Shakespeare’s days and his birthplace. The tour also includes a visit to 1-course pub lunch.  


Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall is popular as the important and most worthy building in Britain. The school was opened in 2016 for the first time for the general public on the occasion of 400th Anniversary of the death of the great writer. Once you step inside the school, you will be able to connect yourself easily with the past days of 1570 when Shakespeare, as a student, used to learn reading and writing. You can also explore the room where several theatre companies perform and create a strong influence on the students. Apart from the premium tour, you will also get a chance to enjoy the school tour before it opens for the public in the morning. In this private tour you can also be a part of the Tudor lesson, see the rare medieval paintings, and much more. Don’t miss the chance to write with quill and ink. 


Get ready to step into the oldest medieval castle of Britain and know about the 1000 years old history of Warwick Castle. As you move inside, you will get closure to the luxurious world banquets, royal grandeur, and bloody battles. Keep your excitement and fear on while you move over the footbridge and roll over the castles barricades, gardens, and towers. To hone up your enthusiasm and learn more about Warwick, visit the Madame Tussauds and catch the sight of Warwick’s preparation for the battle. To give a boost to your fear you can go inside the ghostly dungeons and feel the scream of the tortured prisoners. After having such extreme torcher, you can feel a sigh of relaxing in the beautiful garden of castles.


Oxford is the popular city of England famous for its best architecture and its oldest and greatest university in Europe. The highlight of the University is the college that has made it up. The brilliant architecture with a blend of a beautiful chapel, libraries, and halls are the visiting point of the town. 


The best way to enjoying every corner of the place is to go on a walking tour. To add more fun, having a sip of tea with snacks is a very good idea. On the way, a short drive to Cotswolds will add remarkable memory to your trip.

Tour Schedule

Operational Days:
March - December: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday at 7:45am
January & February: Thursday & Saturday at 7:45am

Duration: 11 Hours (Approx.)

Departure Location: Victoria Coach Station (Gate 19 - 20), 164 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, SW1W 9TP.

Return Location: The tour will conclude in/near Victoria station.

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • Entry to the Warwick Castle
  • Facility to have a private tour of Shakespeare’s schoolroom and Guildhall
  • The facility of a professional guide
  • Free Wi-Fi available
  • Chance to have a walking tour of Oxford
  • A long drive through Cotswolds
  • Transportation facility by Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Entry to the 1-course pub lunch

Exclusions

  • Hotel Drop Offs
  • Gratuities (optional)

Important Info

Additional Information:
The tour finishes near Victoria Station
Additional vehicles without Wi-Fi can be used during peak periods
 

Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 72 hours before departure. Failure to inform, your cancellation prior to departure will lead to a 100% charge.

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