The iconic Royal Palace has served as the official London residence of the UK's sovereigns since 1837. Visit the Palace in London today and see the spectacular ceremony of Changing the Guard which normally takes place at 11.00 am daily.
No.1 Buckingham Palace
Hadrians Wall is a World Heritage Site based in Northumberland. The wall was the north west frontier of the Roman Empire for over 300 years. Transport Advisor have various Coach and bus services available to this UK heritage site.
No.3 Hadrians wall - Northumberland
Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress overlooking the beautiful city of Edinburgh. The castle is part of UNESCO World Heritage and is Scotland's most atmospheric and popular tourist attraction.
No.5 Edinburgh Castle
The National Rail Museum is based in York and is part of the British Science Museum group. This museum has a range of locomotives on display demonstrating the success of British Engineering and heritage of the national railways.
No.7 National Rail Museum
The birthplace of Shakespeare, Stradford Upon Avon is a preserved Tudor town. This historic town offers a range of activities such as river boat trips, museums and live performances at the Shakespeare theatre company. Visit Stratford Apon Avon with Transport Advisor.
Enjoy the 360 degrees, panoramic views of London on the Coca Cola London Eye. The big wheel is 135 meters high and takes 30 minutes to travel. Transport Advisor offers a range of services to the London Eye contact us today.
The National History Museum is located in central London. The museum offer's free entry and a wide range of exhibitions and events all year round, which inspire a love of the natural world and educate on the power of nature.
No.4 National History Museum
Transport Advisor recommends the Warner Bros. Studio. The making of Harry Potter. The tour offers a spectacular walk through tour showing a huge array of beautiful sets, costumes, and props. This Attraction is a must see when in London.
with golden sands. The seaside resort town offers a traditional British holiday experience with a range of cafes and shops offering ice creams, fish and chips, and Tea and coffee.
The City of Bath is the home place to one of the UK historical sites, The Roman Baths. These public baths offer an insight into the traditional Roman architecture and explain how the baths are heated using geothermal energy.