Coach holidays with Alfa Travel

London and Kew Gardens

Explore London and Kew Gardens

The sheer vastness of London means that a guide (included in tour cost) is a great asset in pointing us in the right direction. We will pass Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly, Trafalgar Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, London Bridge and Hyde Park Corner. The guided tour ends at the Aldwych, close to Covent Garden. The afternoon is free to visit points of personal interest.

Probably the world’s best known botanical garden, Kew Gardens were first laid out by Princess Augusta, the mother of George III. Kew houses the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world, offering more than 100,000 species (entry included). Kew also boasts many interesting buildings and pleasant walks.

David Urquhart Travel Includes –

  • Dinner, room and breakfast
  • – En-Suite Rooms
  • Excursions
  • – FREE local pick up points
  • – FREE choice of seats
  • – Return coach travel

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Departing From East Central Scotland

FROM £329

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FROM £329

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Note that prices quoted are for the David Urquhart Travel holiday only and do not include any entry costs associated with the Christmas markets mentioned above, except if detailed in the holiday itinerary. We take no responsibility for any changes to Christmas Market dates. Prices are from prices and are per person. From prices may vary per departure area from the price displayed in the header. View and single room supplements may apply. Subject to availability.