ENGLAND & WALES
Beyond London ENGLAND’s most beautiful towns are within easy reach:
WINDSOR – a charming market town dominated by its royal castle where Harry and Meghan were married.
BRIGHTON – a vibrant, eclectic and creative coastal hub south of London.
OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE – two of the most famous and historic university towns in the world.
STRATFORD-UPON-AVON – the birthplace of Shakespeare.
BATH – famed for its Roman hot spring baths.
MANCHESTER & LIVERPOOL – European City of Science 2016 and birthplace of the Beatles respectively, both have become cultural centres and are geographically close enough to tie into one programme.
The English social events calendar also presents some fantastic opportunities to experience unique global events, such as the Wimbledon tennis championships, horse-racing at Royal Ascot, the Henley Royal Rowing Regatta, the Queens Cup Polo, and the classic motor-racing experience at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
WALES is brimming with history and dramatic landscapes – the hills and valleys, the stunning beauty of Snowdonia and its impressive coastline, and more castles per square mile than any other country in the world.
Not surprising then that it offers a broad range of outdoor pursuits including the longest zip-line in Europe—the fastest in the world—delivering panoramic mountain views with a serious adrenalin kick.
Born from the coal-mining communities in the valleys, and thankfully continuing today, traditional Welsh Male Voice Choirs express the passions of a nation – a passion reflected in their national sport: rugby.
—James McKintosh, CEO. EduSport Travel.