This Private Oxford, Stratford and Cotswolds Tour will begin with the pick-up at your hotel in London. This tour will head over there with official vehicle and private guide.
Firstly, after pick up, we will make our way to the first stop that will be Stratford-upon-Avon. It is known to be the hometown of William Shakespeare. We will be 2 hours here where our guide will take us through the most emblematic places such as the museum, the Sawn theater or the house where Shakespeare lived.
We will continue our private tour heading to Oxford but along the way we will have the opportunity to see the famous Cotswolds. Here you will enjoy the villages made of stone. We will know the English countryside, characterized by its natural beauty.
When arriving Oxford our guide will take us through the faculties and the most characteristic universities of this place. As well as the most emblematic places of the city such as the cathedral and the bridge of Hertford.
We will have a stop to enjoy some food eat or to take a famous pint with the students of the city until our return to London.
Finally, this private tour will finish off at your hotel or place of choice in London.
Points of Interest & Landmarks
This Private Oxford, Stratford and Cotswolds Tour will begin with the pick-up at your hotel. Here and with your private vehicle with driver and private official guide we will go to these amazing places full of natural and English culture.
During your tour, you will see among others the following places of interest:
- Oxford Cathedral
- Sawn Theater
- Hertford Bridge
- Cotswolds Mountains
- Much more!
This tour is completely customizable, we can create a personalized route for you.
City of Oxford, Stratford and Cotswods
Oxford is a British university city located in the county of Oxfordshire, in England, and is the seat of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the Anglophone world. Corresponds to the location of the Carfax Tower, which is considered the center of the city.
Stratford-upon-Avon is a municipality located in Warwickshire south of Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. Its population was 23,676 inhabitants in 2001. Its main tourist attraction is everything related to the house of William Shakespeare and his properties.
The Cotswold or Cotswolds are a series of hills in the southwest and west of England, covering an area of about 40 km x 145 km. The area has been called “The Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. Its highest point is Cleeve Hill which measures 330 m, about 4 km north of Cheltenham.