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England and Wales

England & Wales this year have a wrath of new tours and all your old favourites have had a makeover There are new gardening tours to Yorkshire and Northumbria, new TV tours to Call the Midwife, Emmerdale and Downton Abbey, and new return tours to Cornwall, the Peak District and Cardiff to name a few. Family tours now include Alton Towers, Drayton Manor, Cadbury World and LEGOLAND and much more. Bargain Breaks now include visits and later nights.

Escape to the fantabulous world of the Alton Towers Resort there’s so much going on, the fun never stops!

As one of the UK’s leading theme parks, Alton Towers Resort offers a wide range of attractions for people of various ages and of course families

CBeebies Land at Alton Park brings some of the most-loved children’s characters to Britain’s number one theme park. There are also over 50 rides and attractions to keep all the kids happy!

BBC Gardeners’ World Live at the NEC Birmingham is a must see for all gardening enthusiasts with expert advice, hundreds of nursery growers, and demonstrations and talks from top gardening experts.

Britain’s favourite beach resort offers something for people of all ages.

With seven miles of award winning beaches, ‘Britain in Bloom’ winning gardens and live evening entertainment, Bournemouth is one of England’s top seaside resorts.

Bristol is the unofficial capital of the West Country and is a vibrant, attractive city and the ideal base to explore that area where the Cotswolds meets the West Country.

We return once again to the Formula One Santander British Grand Prix at Silverstone which promises to be exciting as ever.

The Historic Dockyard Chatham is the location of the film set for the Call the Midwife series and is the main focus of this tour.

Cardiff is really a wonderful place. It may be 2,000 years old but it has, in many ways, embraced its role as a truly modern European city and proud capital of Wales.

The Chelsea Flower Show is the world’s leading horticultural event and every year produces gardens and exhibits of the highest quality.

The walled city of Chester is rightly considered one of England’s best-preserved medieval cities.

Cornwall has so much to offer. It is famous for its seafaring history spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours.

Enjoy this unique opportunity to take a tour behind the scenes of the Quay Street Stage One and the Street: Corrie - The Tour. Plus visits to the Trafford Centre and historic Chester.

The Cotswolds, the area of gently rolling hills between Stratford-upon-Avon and Bath, takes in Gloucestershire and hundreds of small towns and villages in the neighbouring counties.

The charming, unspoiled resort of Criccieth, ‘the Pearl of Wales’, is located where the Snowdonia National Park meets Cardigan Bay on the sheltered southern edge of the Lleyn Peninsula.

This new Bargain Break is based in Derby, a lively hub of English history intertwined with bustling modern life and full of city excitement.

We return in 2015 to the ever popular Highclere Castle, better known today throughout the TV viewing world as Downton Abbey

Eastbourne is one of England’s most elegant seaside resorts with a wide promenade extending along the broad shingle beach sheltered by the cliffs of Beachy Head.

A real treat for TV soap fans as we visit many of the much loved locations featured in our favourite television series such as Emmerdale, Last of the Summer Wine and Heartbeat.

This new gardening tour to England’s north east combines small, private gardens with the larger, well-known gardens to provide a distinctively different garden experience.

We spend a fabulous week exploring the stunning Palace Gardens of Blenheim and Hampton Court as well as The Savill Garden* in Windsor.

Set at the heart of England’s largest county, Yorkshire, the stylish spa town of Harrogate is home to elegant Georgian and Victorian architecture, Art Nouveau décor and acres of colourful gardens.

Join us for an exciting weekend of live music and dancing from a list that includes Barry Doyle, Stephen Smyth, Farmer Dan with their Bands, plus much more.

If you are passionate about knitting, stitching, quilting, crafts and any other form of textiles then Harrogate is the place to be.

The Lake District’s natural and diverse beauty has attracted travellers of all sorts for many years as folk have marvelled at the highs and lows of the region.

LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a theme park dedicated to children aged from two to 12 years old. With over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions.

This ever-popular festive tour is a great way to usher in the Yuletide season. Lincoln’s traditional German-style Christmas Market has grown from just a few stalls to hundreds that line the streets.

Llandudno is Wales’s largest seaside resort, yet retains an air of elegance.

London is a dynamic, cosmopolitan city with an endless list of exciting things to see and do.

Lytham St Annes, on Lancashire’s Fylde Peninsula, is only six miles from Blackpool but the two are worlds apart in both character and atmosphere.

This super value bargain break takes in three of the North West’s most popular cities.

United by seven bridges across a spectacular riverscape, Newcastle and Gateshead form a single, diverse and extremely vibrant visitor destination.

Newquay - the coast of dreams - represents a rare mix of wonderful coastlines; spectacular beachse , rock pools teeming with marine life, crystal-clear sea and soaring cliffs with magnificent views.

This tour will take you through some of England’s most magnificent scenery as you travel around the beautiful Peak District with its rugged moorlands and wooded dales.

This wonderful holiday explores the very best of Devon, from maritime cities to smuggler’s haunts to historic towns, and is based in the beautiful resort of Torquay.

Enjoy a long weekend break to Warner's Bodelwyddan Castle with special tribute acts to Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones and Bobby Darin.

A tour of the gardens of Yorkshire has an added attraction in that it takes place against an ever-changing backdrop of peaks and dales, hidden wolds and peaceful market towns.