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Bath 
 

Bath is a city brimming with things to see and do! Rich in Roman and Georgian architecture with some of the finest architectural sights in Europe. Visit the famous Roman Baths, Museums or the city centre which offers irresistible shopping.

 
 

   
Bicester Shopping Village 
 

Located near Oxford a dream destination for the shopaholic with over 300 boutique outlets offering designer brands.

 
 

   
Boulogne  
 

Boulogne-sur-Mer is the largest fishing port in France and so the emphasis is very much on seafood and all things connected with the sea. With its cobbled square and vibrant market, its superb seafood restaurants and bistros has always had great appeal. You can remain in Boulogne or alternatively you can go and stock up at Auchan Hypermarket before returning back to Boulogne to spend the remainder of time.

 
 

   
Brighton  
 

This well known resort has something for all the family with it’s large beaches, sealife center, the famous pavilion, pleasure pier and shops.

 

 
 

   
Bruges - Belgium 
 

A delightful city built on the fortunes of the cloth merchants of the Middle Ages with beautiful Medieval buildings for you to admire. A trip on the canals is recommended. There are many quality restaurants and shops to sample, especially those selling Belgian chocolates!

 
 

   
Bury St Edmunds 
 

The Medieval town of Bury St Edmunds has excellent shops, restaurant and tea rooms.

 
 

   
Canterbury 
 

Canterbury is one of Britain’s finest cathedral cities and stands on the River Stour in the heart of Kent. There is plenty to keep the visitor interested either a visit to the famous Canterbury Cathedral or the many shops.

 
 

   
Canterbury & Whitstable 
 

In the morning we visit Canterbury, a cathedral city rich in heritage with plenty on offer; you can visit the famous cathedral, take a river cruise or shop till you drop. In the afternoon we travel to the traditional seaside town of Whitstable famous for its Oysters.

 
 

   
Chatham Dockyard - Special Events 
 

Our dates coincide with special events taking place at Chatham Dockyard.  The first being the Festival of Steam & Transport followed by  “Salute to the 1940’s”. The dockyard is filled with historic buildings, museum galleries and historic warships and set on an 80 acre site.

 

 
 

   
Christmas Lunch Cruise 
 

We join the boat at Windsor for a three hour cruise where you will be welcomed onboard with a glass of mulled wine, your be invited to join in the christmas carols and christmas classics whilst enjoying a two course meal.  Onboard there is a pay bar and small stall selling stocking fillers.  Vegetarian meal requests need to be made at the time of booking.

 
 

   
Cite Europe & Belgium 
 

Our first stop will be at one of Europe's largest shopping centres – Cite Europe in France. With a large selection of fashion shops, restaurants and a hypermarket you are sure to find some bargains. You can remain at Cite Europe or alternatively if you would like to purchase cigarettes or tobacco stay on the coach where we will stop at an outlet in Belgium, before returning back to Cite Europe where you will spend the remaining time (time permitting).

 
 

   
Clacton on Sea or Walton on the Naze 
 

Clacton is a popular Essex seaside town with its sandy beaches, pier, fun rides, amusements and shopping centre. An ideal day out for the whole family during the school holidays.
Walton is a traditional seaside town with fascinating history, wonderful walks, the second largest pier in Britain and many miles of clean sandy beaches.

 
 

   
De Panne - Belgium 
 

Just across the Belgian border, this bustling seaside town has something for all tastes, especially if that includes mussels. The wide esplanade is lined with bars, cafes and souvenir shops, whilst the main streets have shops aplenty. This is, however, a very laid back town with a very pleasant relaxing atmosphere. For younger travellers the Plopsaland Theme park is a short tram ride away on the outskirts of town.

 
 

   
Detling Antique Fair 
 

The Kent International Antiques and collectors fair at Detling has an international flavour. More and more stall holders are traveling from mainland Europe to sell their wares at Detling, providing a broad range of goods to satisfy all appetites for classic and traditional pieces. Furniture, ceramics, books, and many more items of interest.

 
 

   
Eastbourne 
 

Everything is nearby; beautiful sandy beaches, the seafront promenade, scenic Eastbourne Downs and breathtaking views at Beachy Head, the town centre is just a few yards walk from the centrally located Victorian Pier. On the 16 August is Eastbourne's annual airshow.

 
 

   
Ely 
 

The Flower Festival and Christmas Fair promise to be spectacular events!  attractions include eye catching displays, musical recitals, floral demonstrations, and a gift and craft marquee.

 
 

   
Faversham Hop Festival 
 

Faversham hosts the annual Hop festival this lively and popular event is a celebration of the hop harvest. The festival includes live music, street theatre, colourful processions, craft stalls and an array of Kent local produce for sale.

 
 

   
Great Yarmouth or Lowestoft 
 

Great Yarmouth - Visit the East Coast seaside town that has something for everyone.
Lowestoft - A coastal resort with award winning beaches.

 
 

   
Guildford 
 

You will find a vibrant market town with excellent shopping, visit the cathedral or enjoy a stroll along the banks of the River Wey.  There is also a large selection of places to eat and drink.

 
 

   
Hastings  
 

 

Hastings - Visit this well known seaside resort with its cobbled beaches and antique shops in the old town.

 
 

   
Ipswich Market & Woodbridge 
 
Ipswich is a town steeped in history, stroll along its historic waterfront or enjoy the arts and heritage the town has to offer or visit it’s variety of shops and of course it’s market. Woodbridge is a lovely quaint seaside town lying on the banks of the River Deben where you can enjoy a meal or cream tea in one of their local tea rooms.
 
 

   
Margate or Broadstairs or Ramsgate 
 

Margate is a timeless seaside resort where you will find traditional seaside fun and entertainment.

Broadstairs promenade reveals charming gardens, great for relaxing, whilst a clifftop stroll uncovers seven beautiful beaches and bays. The main beach Viking Bay has a small harbour, children's amusements and a garden on the sands! 

Ramsgate harbour is a bustling marina, awash with history with plenty to see and do.

 
 

   
Mississippi River Boat Cruise & Wroxham 
 

Here's a trip for all the family; we visit the town of Wroxham with time to explore and in the afternoon we visit the picturesque village of Horning for a 1½hr cruise along the lovely Norfolk Broads. The 'Southern Comfort' is an authentic replica of a Mississippi riverboat with a comfortable lounge and refreshment bar.

 
 

   
Norwich  
 

Shoppers love the bustle of the mainly pedestrianised city centre together with the ambience of the cobbled streets, lanes and alleyways. Dominating Gentleman's Walk is the open air market open six days a week and opposite the market place is the Edwardian Royal Arcade.

 
 

   
Ostend - Belgium 
 

This thousand-year-old city is a popular beach resort with Belgians, who flock here for sun, surfing, sailing, and the Kursaal (Casino). The fishing harbour and old town draw many visitors, its renowned restaurants and many museums.

 
 

   
Perrywood Garden Centre & Maldon 
 

We visit this award winning garden centre in Tiptree where you will have time to peruse the plants, giftware and tea room, before we continue on to the delightful town of Maldon, a great town to explore and relax by the river.

 
 

   
Rochester  
 

Discover Rochester a city steeped in history, dominated by a fine Norman Castle and Cathedral. Experience the carnival atmosphere of the Dickens Festival, the ever-popular Dickensian Christmas Festival.

 
 

   
Rye Market & Tenterden 
 

Thursday is market day in Rye you can browse the market or explore the enchanted town of Rye with its cobbled streets, medieval church, beautifully preserved historic houses, shops and restaurants. Tenterden is a charming town and is a fascinating little town to visit.

 
 

   
Rye Town & Lunch 
 

Thursday is market day in Rye you can browse the market or explore the enchanted town of Rye.  Enjoy a 2 course set lunch at the River Haven hotel. 

 
 

   
Sandwich & Deal 
 

Sandwich is a town steeped in history with some of the best preserved half-timbered houses in the country. Deal with it's award winning high street, mazy smugglers lanes, there is plenty to see and do why not visit the castle, take a stroll along the seafront or do a bit of shopping.

 
 
 
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