01 May - 30 Sep: Tuesday & SaturdayDuration
10 hoursStart time
The tour departs from Victoria Coach Station, Gate 1-5, 164 Buckingham Palace Road, London.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour returns to Victoria Train Station.
Cambridge's stately Gothic style College buildings rise spectacularly from the greenery along the River Cam where students and visitors enjoy punting along the River. Take a walking tour of this city which has beautiful buildings.
The tour starts from Victoria Coach Station, (Gate no 1-5) at 8:45am. You will travel in a coach, accompanied by a guide.
Your first stop of the day is Oxford. The renowned university city has inspired generations of scholars and writers, including Lewis Carroll, who wrote 'Alice in Wonderland' here. Enjoy a walking tour of the city during which you'll visit Christchurch College, where Albert Einstein studied, the Bodleian library and College courtyards for which Oxford is famous.
Continue to Cambridge, another university city and Oxford’s scholarly rival. Your walking tour will take in the magnificent perpendicular chapel of King's College. Founded in 1441, it is a fine example of late medieval Gothic architecture.
At the end of the tour you will return to London. The tour ends at Victoria Train Station at around 7:00pm.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
Those booking senior or student options will be required to provide proof of age on the day of the tour. Anyone not able to provide such proof will be charged the additional amount locally.
The tour was well organized and the tour guide was well educated of the background. Great tour for anyone who's new to england and passionate for history around the city...Pui Cheuk Sum
great trip!!! great tour guide...CONG ZHAO
It was very well organized and the tour guide was excellent and Knowledgeable. I think it was a bit expensive but justitifed as it takes a lot of time to arrive there....Soha A M Abdel Tawab