ESCORTED COACH TOURS OF ENGLAND
Our escorted coach tours of England
Working with the best operators in the business, an escorted tour of England with adeo Travel offers a range of itineraries and departure dates to suit your every need.
Your England escorted tour includes all transport and accommodation, experienced, professional on-board tour directors, a range of attraction entries, city-tours, meals and a selection of optional extras. Book your tour alone or add a range of adeo Travel services before and after your fixed itinerary to make your vacation unique. Either way, simply let us know your preferred departure date and we'll do the rest.
Below is a list of our escorted coach tour itineraries which cover England, some of which also include travel to other parts of Britain.
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ENGLAND ESCORTED COACH TOURS
England's Castles, Manors and Gardens
9 days visiting the South East of England, starting and ending in Central London
From the beautifully formal grounds of Royal Palaces and historic Castles to quintessential country estates, England is synonymous with world-class horticulture and beautiful gardens. Touring the South East, enjoy some of the best we have to offer from the gardens of Sissinghurst, Hampton Court Palace, and Hever Castle to the UNESCO World Heritage site at Kew Gardens itself.
Canterbury Castle, Canterbury, England
Best of Devon and Cornwall
6 days visiting the South West of England, starting and ending in Central London
A tour to England's sunny South West and the charming regions of Devon and Cornwall. Discover historic locations such as Stonehenge, Plymouth's Mayflower Steps and Bath's Roman Baths not to mention the dramatic landscapes of the Devonshire moors and the seascapes and craggy coastlines of Cornish Peninsular. Highlights include Tintagel Castle and the historic village of Lacock.
St Michael's Mount, Cornwall, England
BRITAIN ESCORTED COACH TOURS WHICH INCLUDE ENGLAND
St Andrews to Land's End
15 days visiting all of Britain, starting in Windsor (near London) and ending in Central London
Enjoy the highlights of Britain on this leisurely tour which takes you from the most southerly tip of England to Scotland's St Andrews. On route discover national icons such as Stonehenge, Edinburgh and Windsor Castle alongside more "off the beaten path" destinations like the coast and countryside of Devon and Cornwall, ancient Wales and the dales of Yorkshire.
St Andrews Castle, St Andrews, Scotland
11 days visiting all of Britain, starting in Windsor, near London, and ending in Edinburgh
Get off the beaten tourist track as you journey from Windsor to Edinburgh through the beautiful West of Britain. Explore England's picturesque coastal counties of Devon and Cornwall, see unrivalled vistas in Wales' Snowdonia National Park, pass through the majestic Lake District and tour Scotland's most elegant city in, Edinburgh.
Chester, Cheshire, England
Elegance of Great Britain
11 days visiting England and Scotland, starting and ending in Central London
This elegant tour of Britain evokes a bygone age, imbued with archetypal villages, stately homes, historic castles and beautiful gardens. Featuring two-night stays throughout, in each overnight destination there are expertly planned day excursions, or city tours, with fabulous visits designed to showcase each region in depth. An engaging, yet balanced itinerary.
Bath Abbey, Bath, England
Great British Cities
9 days visiting Scotland and England, starting in Edinburgh and ending in Central London
Discover some of Britain's finest cities and all that's in between on this leisurely tour of the East of Scotland and England. Travelling from Edinburgh to London via York, you'll enjoy overnight stays in our most renowned historic and cultural centres whilst your daily excursions will take you to a host of smaller towns and areas of natural beauty including St Andrews, the Scottish Borders, the North Yorkshire Moors and the Cotswolds.
Tower Bridge, London, England
Best of Britain
9 days visiting all of Britain, starting and ending in Central London
Experience the very best of England, Scotland and Wales on this quality tour of all of Britain. Enjoy the fabulous cities of York, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Cardiff and pass through areas of outstanding scenery in the Cotswolds, Yorkshire, the Trossachs, the Lake District and the renowned coastal counties of England's West Country; Devon and Cornwall./p>
Lake District, Cumbria, England
English and Scottish Discovery
8 days visiting England and Scotland, starting in Central London and ending Glasgow
Explore two of Britain's great nations touring from London, the exuberant English capital to the wilderness of the Scottish Highlands. Along the way you'll experience thriving cities from the Beatles' Liverpool, vibrant Glasgow and historic Edinburgh as well as areas of outstanding scenery in the Cotswolds, Lake District and the along the shores of remote Scottish lochs.
Inverness, Scottish Highlands
8 days visiting all of Britain, starting and ending in Central London
Uncover the myths, legends and history of this amazing isle! On this tour you'll discover both cultural highlights and unrivalled scenery; from the towns and cities of Stratford-upon-Avon, York, Edinburgh, St Andrews, Glasgow, Liverpool and Bath to the majestic scenery of the Cotswolds, Yorkshire, the Scottish Highlands, the Lake District and the Wye Valley.
6 days visiting all of Britain, starting and ending in Central London
Experience cityscapes and scenic lakes on this lively tour which will give you a flavour of England, Scotland and Wales. From London to medieval York, historic Edinburgh, vibrant Liverpool and the Welsh capital of Cardiff, you'll enjoy an insight in to British culture and craftsmanship. And by popular demand, Real Britain also offers a number of Winter departures.
The Shambles, York, England
Gems of Britain
5 days visiting all of Britain, starting and ending in Central London
A succinct but feature-packed tour, this spirited journey captures the essence of Britain in only a few days. Visiting England, Scotland and Wales it includes a fantastic cross-section of Britain's historical towns, traditional heritage, cultural figures and idyllic scenic landscapes not to mention some real gems of this great nation.
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
Overnight accommodation and breakfast are included as standard for all of our coach tours. Tours are supported by the services of a professional tour director and in most cases include entry to a range of attractions as well as some evening meals. As with all of our tours, you benefit from our expert local advice during the planning of your trip and the postage of your vacation documents pack.
We provide a wide range of vacations including self-guided driving tours, chauffeur driven car-tours, rail tour itineraries, group tours, unique touring by mini-coach and traditional escorted coach tours. All can be combined to make your visit to Britain truely unique.
For all tours we are able to offer pre and post accommodation as neccessary for your stay in Britain. As a Britrail Agent we can provide onward travel by rail to other locations across Britain as well as sourcing airport transfers on your behalf. We also offer extra services to include within your tour package such as sightseeing passes and ticketed events.
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Our guides to the places and regions of England and beyond.
Eccentric England, humming with history, heritage, pageantry, pomp and tradition. England is a place to sit back and enjoy quirky hospitality and past-times, to see first-hand a host of world-famous sites, to uncover hidden gems, to soak up glorious history and a place in which to simply indulge in the great outdoors.
North of England
The North of England is not to be missed on your vacation to England, home to world-renowned countryside, cityscapes old and new, and an utterly unique culture. The people of the North of England are said to be down-to-earth and warmly welcoming to visitors but are also renowned for their quirky accents and character.
European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool is a vibrant, modern cultural centre with a rugged maritime past and is best known as the home of the world-renowned Beatles. Liverpool is home to wealth of historic and cultural landmarks; the Albert Docks waterfront area of the city is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to more listed buildings than any other city in Britain outside of London.
The Cotswolds not only offer a quintessential view of England for those passing through but also some real treasures to revel in for those delving beneath the surface and spending longer to enjoy this unique region.