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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.

BBC Gardeners’ World Live combined with the BBC Good Food Show Summer at the NEC Birmingham is a must see for all gardening enthusiasts and foodie fans.

The BBC Good Food Show Winter is all about those warming flavours and tasty treats that make winter every foodie’s favourite time of year.

Bold, brash and beautiful, Blackpool is Britain's playground by the sea.

We return to north Wales to the fabulous Bodelwyddan Castle which, in 2015, has completed a £6m refurbishment programme.

Bournemouth is a bustling seaside resort that tempts many coach travellers to return every year with many attractions on offer.

Come join us as we once again return to the intensity, glamour and drama of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix it promises to be every bit as exciting so don’t miss your chance to get up close to the action!

Cosmopolitan and vibrant Cardiff has a history that spans almost 2,000 years and today it stands as the proud capital of Wales.

The Chelsea Flower Show once again proves to be the world’s leading horticultural event and continues to produce gardens and exhibits of the highest quality.

The Ulsterbus Tour to the "Irish Festival" at Cheltenham

This new family-themed tour takes in two of the English Midlands most famous and certainly most popular attractions.

Cornwall is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours.

The Cotswolds is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, honey coloured villages and secluded valleys.

In October pull on your boots, don your hats and get ready for a weekend that’s jam-packed with all things country.

Derby is a lively hub of English history intertwined with bustling modern life and full of city excitement.

Eastbourne boasts an enviable position on the Sussex coast, sheltered by the rolling South Downs and awe-inspiring Beachy Head.

Enjoy a rare opportunity to visit one of the most unique and iconic TV sets in the UK with a fully guided walking tour of Emmerdale village.

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.

This new tour focuses on two of England’s most beautiful and diverse national parks – The Lake District in Cumbria and to the south the Peak District.

Following the success of our first gardening tour to Northumbria in 2015, we again return to the north east with a combination of new gardens and attractions to inspire your imagination.

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.

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

This ever-popular German-style Christmas Market is a great way to usher in the Yuletide season and together with a visit to Chatsworth House,

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.

A city steeped in history, culture and attractions, Liverpool is growing into one of the most popular destinations in the UK and makes a great destination for a coach holiday.

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

Norwich is the most complete medieval city in Britain, boasting a rare blend of historic interest with modern sophistication.

It doesn’t matter where you hail from if you remember hand-clapping in unison, spins, splits, dressing in brogues and baggy trousers, then you'll love the dance beats and soulful sounds of hits on this festival break.

You'll really imagine you're at a Phil Collins "Both Sides" concert as this 11 piece tribute band brings you timeless classics.

Poldark has returned to TV after many years. On this tour we aim to explore both the dramatic scenery of Cornwall and some of the familiar settings of this BBC drama.

Situated in 23 acres of beautiful grounds, the Hallmark Hotel Stourport Manor is an excellent base to explore the heart of the Severn Valley.

Southport is a traditional Victorian seaside town where you can combine the essence of a seaside holiday with fabulous attractions and shopping.

Surrey, just a stone's throw from London, offers a great diversity of things to do. Historic villages, nestled perfectly alongside vibrant towns, are surrounded at every turn by the stunning countryside.

Known for having a warm climate, there’s little wonder that Torquay, on the ‘English Riviera’, remains a popular destination.

County Mayo has some of the most spectacular scenery in the west of Ireland. Westport still is one of Ireland’s most popular and cosmopolitan holiday destinations.

Wiltshire in South West England has been a special place for a very long time with the Romans, Normans and Saxons all having left their mark on the countryside and towns.

England’s largest county, beautiful Yorkshire, offers a wealth of culture and history; from the ancient Roman city of York to the peaceful and picturesque towns of the Yorkshire Dales.