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Experience Stratford Upon Avon Tours with us

Where for art thou?' Well, you could reply you're in Stratford Upon Avon, home to the writer of those and many more famous words, William Shakespeare. You could also say you're in a beautiful Tudor town in middle England. A place of quaint teashops, second-hand bric-a-brac stores and a world-renowned theatre. Where the geese and swans mingle with the boats along the River Avon and street performers entertain. Book Stratford Upon Avon tickets and tours and get yourself set to explore the bard's hometown. Visit Shakespeare's birthplace and Ann Hathaway's cottage. Enjoy a performance at the theatre and stroll along the Avon; it's these pleasures along with the town's ambience that'll have you spellbound.

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Our tips for Stratford-upon-Avon

  • Make sure to hop on the bus: Although Stratford is a small town, taking the hop on hop off bus tour is a great way to get your bearings and pick out the places you can walk to once you hop off!
  • Avoid holidays: If you can, try to avoid visiting Stratford Upon Avon during bank holidays. It gets overcrowded and finding places to eat, park the car etc can be difficult.

Good to know

Best time to visit
Head to Stratford Upon Avon during Spring, Summer and early Autumn for the best weather and the busiest times. However, head there in April, 23rd to be exact, as that's Shakespeare's birthday and celebrations will take place.
Getting around
Have a good pair of shoes, as Stratford is a very walkable destination. However, if you want to look around in comfort, then take the hop-on hop-off bus tour. In fact using both will ensure you get to see all the best bits.
Stay Safe
Stratford Upon Avon is a safe place to visit, but like all popular destinations, make sure you keep your valuables with you at all times. Or if you are staying over in a secure safe in your hotel.

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