Cambridge: Punt along the river, savouring the history and marvellous views of Cambridge from this traditional mode of transport. See the world famous universities.
York: Walking tour of the city see Lendal Bridge with its ornate ironwork, the City Art Gallery, Bootham Bar (Bar means Gateway) gateway since Roman times (one of 4, to fortress) but current one from 14th C, York Minster - one of most important Gothic cathedrals in Europe, Shambles - One of best preserved medieval streets in the world and mentioned by William the Conqueror in the Domesday book, the York Cats - At least 22 on buildings around city, Terry's and Rowntree's factories - Pivotal in shaping York since the early 18th Century.
Scotland & Borders: See Hadrian's Wall, Jedburgh on the Scottish border, Jedburgh Abbey ruins. Edinburgh evening guided walking tour of the city and see Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, St. Giles Cathedral, the Grassmarket and the statue of Greyfriars Bobby.
Scottish Highlands: See the National Wallace Monument, commemorating Sir William Wallace and learn the real story of 'Braveheart', the stunning scenery of Inverness - the 'Mouth of the River Ness'. Loch Ness, the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle, whisky tasting at one of Scotland's oldest, licensed whisky distilleries in Fort William. See Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain and Glencoe - a spectacular glen.
Lake District: Keswick, located in the beautiful Lake District.
Liverpool:: Famous for the Beatles you could visit 'The Cavern' - and see where the Beatles first performed. Tour of Liverpool, taking in the Albert Dock, Anfield Football Stadium and a myriad of locations which were significant to developing the world class pop act 'the Beatles'- which shaped modern music as we know it.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: The birthplace of William Shakespeare, wander the city and visit major Shakespearean attractions. See Henley Street - Most of the buildings are from 1500s, Statue of Touchstone the Fool (As You Like It), Shakespeare's birthplace. Judith's house - home of one of Shakespeare's' 3 children. New Place - built when Shakespeare became wealthy enough to buy a new family home and the place where he died. King Edward VI School - believed to be where Shakespeare was educated, Holy Trinity Church - where you can see Shakespeare's grave, River Avon, Swan Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Cardiff: See Caerphilly Castle as you drive towards Cardiff, Cardiff Castle situated in the middle of the city centre, and the Millennium Stadium.
Bath: A UNESCO World Heritage Site. A guided walking tour of Bath you will see the Roman Baths, The Royal Crescent, The Circus (a fabulous example of Georgian architecture) and the River Avon.
Stonehenge:An ancient and awe-inspiring structure, which has mystified scientists, tourists and historians for centuries, with regard to its purpose and creation.