Concierge Questions: Do I Save Money on an Organised Tour?

Concierge Questions: Do I Save Money on an Organised Tour?

This is a question we are often asked and the answer is a big yes!

Aside from the services included of an expert guide and the fact the whole day is organised for you – you will save a fortune by taking a regular tour v making your own way.

Let us look at an example of say a day out to Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral and Dover Castle:

Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent, England

Beautiful Leeds castle in Kent

These are the entry costs if you go alone:

Leeds Castle £19.75

Canterbury Cathedral £9.50

Dover Castle £16.50

Train London to Dover / Canterbury to London £46.10

Bus Dover to Leeds Castle / Canterbury £8.60

Total = £100.45

We have used this example as price comparison, in reality with the time it takes on bus and train it would not be possible to fit into a day.

We found a great value tour that includes all this at only £74, plus also has a Free River Cruise and London Walking Tour, worth £30.

Leeds Castle, Dover and Canterbury plus Greenwich Boat Tour

Private Visit to Leeds Castle Described as ‘the loveliest castle in the world’ by Lord Conway, Leeds Castle sits in 500 acres of landscaped parkland across two idyllic islands, deep in the heart of the magnificent Kent countryside.

Exclusive to BestValueTours at Leeds Castle we have the ultimate Tudor treat for you! Upon arrival at Leeds Castle you will be greeted by your guide. Discover the history of this magical castle and sample a glass of mead as Henry VIII would have! (During the summer months, the Mead is unavailable on Saturdays).

Magnificent Canterbury Cathedral

Visit Canterbury Cathedral Centre of English Christianity and home to a succession of 104 Archbishops since Augustine, Canterbury is a magnificent medieval city that’s a must for any history buff. Discover the scene of Archbishop Thomas Becket’s gruesome murder at Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. Learn the intriguing history behind this captivating masterpiece of medieval architecture. Marvel at the cathedral’s spectacular stained glass windows, many of which have survived from the late 12th and early 13th centuries.

White Cliffs of Dover Visit the gateway to England and admire the famous the White Cliffs of Dover, a stunning stretch of coastline that faces continental Europe. You’ll also see Dover Castle, a commanding medieval fortress rising over the English Channel and a key film location in ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’.

Greenwich Overlooking the River Thames, Greenwich is a stunning World Heritage site bustling with fine maritime landmarks. See the Old Royal Naval College designed by Sir Christopher Wren, as well as the Royal Observatory and world-famous Cutty Sark, a fascinating 19th-century clipper ship.

Thames River Boat Ride Get a fresh perspective on London’s attractions with our River Thames boat ride from Greenwich to Embankment Pier, passing Tower Bridge and stunning St. Paul’s Cathedral along the route. This tour will finish at Embankment Pier in London at around 6.30pm.

Free Walking Tour – Special bonus Why not follow in the footsteps of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge or take in the places where the Fab Four worked and played in London. The walking tour you decide to go on will surely captivate you, with it being an experience to truly remember.

Choose from:

The Diamond Jubilee Walking Tour
The Beatles London Walking Tour

We found this and thanks to them, at www.bestvaluetours.co.uk

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