The Castle is one of the official Royal residences in London, now in particular Queen Elizabeth’s favorite residence (Due to the countryside proximity). We`ll make an internal visit to see halls with some of the world most charming castle interiors (As original furniture of up to 500 years old) and all this with an amazing conservation. Soon after, we`ll also visit (Inside the Castle complex) The St. George`s Chapel (Patron of England) and home of the oldest Order of Cavalry in the United Kingdom (The Order of the Garter). A 14th century cathedral full of wealth detail`s of the English Gothic style where many england monarchs were buried, including Queen Consort (Queen Mother) and King George, parents of the current Queen Elizabeth II beyond the tomb of the almighty HENRIQUE VIII.
We will also be able to see the Change of the Royal Guard more closely, without confusion and crowds of people.
Considered a World Heritage Site, Stonehenge is a circle of stones that began construction around 4,500 BC, where until today, despite much speculation, it has not yet been discovered who, why or what were the real reasons for the construction.
A cathedral almost 800 years old, of fantastic beauty and where until today one of the last 4 copies of the MAGNA CARTA remains (The best preserved and open to visitation). The cathedral also has the largest choir in the church, the largest cloister and the largest walled and inhabited city around a cathedral in Britain, in addition to the oldest working clock in the world (1386 AD).
8 – 9 hours.