Windsor Castle - Hampton Court Palace Shuttle from Windsor Castle
"Leaving Windsor Castle (visit at own expense) the medieval castle favoured by reining monarchs since the 11th century you will take the short and direct Shuttle ride to Hampton Court Palace. Your journey follows the River Thames where passengers will see several notable sites.Soon after leav parliamentary democracy and to the supremacy of law. Today the Magna Carta is commemorated by a monument donated by the American Bar Association. Alongside the Magna Carta monument stands the John F Kennedy memorial opened by the Queen in 1965.Ap as well as passing the riverside home of David Garrick an 18th Century actor playwright and theatrical producer. You also observe the Temple which he constructed to commemorate the genius of William Shakespeare. Finally you pass the former home of Sir Christopher Wren the architect who is famously associated with the design of St. Paul's Cathedral in London.The Shuttle arrives immediately outside the main entrance to Hampton Court Palace approximately 30 minutes after leaving Windsor Castle. Visit to Hampton C stroll through over 60 acres of enchanting gardens
Windsor Independent Day Trip from London with Private Driver
"Leave your central London hotel and travel west with your private driver to the royal town of Windsor just under an hour’s drive away. Your exact itinerary is flexible so you can customize your morning plans based on your preferences – just let your driver know what you want to see in Windsor and then sit back and enjoy the drive!The affluent town is best known as the site of Windsor Castle – the official resid Windsor Castle’s grounds include an impressive list of things to see like the State Apartments and St George’s Chapel. Your guide will give you plenty of insider tips about the best areas of the castle to visit should you wish to.Windsor’s Changing of the Guard ceremony takes place daily so you can try to catch it while exploring the town. Usually accompanied by a military band
"Start the day from Victoria Station in Windsor with a visit to the largest occupied castle in the world Windsor Castle. Its colorful history spans over 900 years from William the Conqueror in the 11th Century to its current status as the Official Residence of Her Majesty the Queen. This is a wonderful opportunity to marvel at the splendor of the 15th century St.George’s Chapel and explore the superb and unrivaled which include the lavishly furnished White Green and Crimson Drawing Rooms.From Windsor Castle head to one of the most famous of all prehistoric monuments the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. Built in 3 stages from approximately 3000BC
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