Leeds Castle Known as a Treasure House of the England, Leeds Castle, in Kent, may well be the loveliest and most romantic castle in Britain.
Relax in the beautiful sceneic gardens, watching swans gliding along the moat, or catch the song of the peacock and other birds adding an air of romance to the tranquil atmosphere.
Spread over 500 acres of beautiful landscape Leeds Castle is a special blend of Royal legacy and rich saga. The famous “Dog Collar Museum” is something unique for dog lovers to experience.
Outside the castle enjoy some of the beautiful scenery in places like the Culpepper Gardens, Classic English Country Gardens and the Woodland Gardens.
For bird enthusiasts, visit the old aviaries offering a rare opportunity to see one of the most famous tourist attractions at Leeds Castle - the black swans.
Canterbury Cathedral The skyhigh ancient structure of Canterbury Cathedral is the oldest cathedral in the England. This magnificent structure and world heritage site is the place of worship of the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, the Primate of All England and the leader of the Church of England.
Canterbury's cathedral building and the collection of the documents preserved within is the signature collection of English History.
Visitors can participate in morning and evening prayers presented in their traditional prayer song. Canterbury Cathedral is surrounded by the wonderful historic City of Canterbury with its welcoming pubs, pulsating nightclubs and beautiful international cuisine.
The best way to explore the city is by foot or aboard an idyllic boat trip along the River Stour.
Dover Dover is Britain's closest geographical point to Continental Europe. Famous for its imposing white cliffs, it is positioned as the gateway to England.
To visit the castles and fortresses by the sea area, either sail around the harbour on a boat ride, or atop an open top bus tour.
There are many tourist attractions within Dover, like one of the tallest Roman structures in the UK, the Napoleonic fortifications on the cliff, a Bronze Age Boat in a high-tech gallery and secret tunnels hidden beneath Dover Castle - all fascinating stops on your informative tour.
Greenwich River Cruise Back in London, take time out to ride along the River Thames aboard a Greenwich River Cruise.
The best way to travel through the City of London, taking in the main tourist attractions, is by sailing on the Thames.
This Greenwich River Cruise allows visitors to see the City of London and its attractions like the London Eye, The Tower of London, Big Ben, Tower Bridge and London's Docklands from the boat that starts from Greenwich - the location from where the Time of all places in the world is measured - known as Greenwich Mean Time, GMT.
This boat trip includes different features like lunch and dinner, a party theme and good music to add fun to it.