Eurostar Train from Paris to London

London to Paris / Paris to London in just over 2 hours.

The train from Paris to London is operated by Eurostar. Eurostar trains are undersea trains for foot passengers only, linking Paris, Lille and Brussels with London St Pancras. If you’re touring Kent you can also disembark at Ashford and Ebbsfleet.

The Paris-London train arrives at St Pancras International – the London Eurostar terminus and Europe’s first ‘destination station’. St Pancras has world-class shopping, Europe’s longest champagne bar, a fresh daily farmers’ market and top restaurants and bars.  Click here for Paris Eurostar Train Deals


Paris-London train timetables

There are frequent Eurostar services between Paris, Brussels, Lille, Calais and London every day of the week. Train services from Paris to London run regularly from around 6:45 to 21:15. The Paris to London train takes around 2 hours 20 minutes.

Find up-to-date Eurostar timetables on the Eurostar website.

Eurostar fares

sb-6-parisStandard return tickets for London-Paris, London-Brussels, London-Lille and London-Calais start at around £60 one-way with certain conditions and restrictions, for example the tickets may be non-refundable or non-exchangeable, you may have to travel on the weekend, or you may need to book them a certain number of days in advance.

Eurostar offer a very wide range of ticket types and fares. For the most up-to-date information on travelling from Paris to London by train, visit the Eurostar website.

To and from the Eurostar station in London

For up-to-date information on getting to and from St Pancras International visit the Eurostar website. St Pancras International is right in the heart of London in King’s Cross. The station has excellent transport links including local buses, domestic train services and 6 underground lines. To travel on the London Underground network, you need to use either a London Travelcard or Visitor Oyster Card, both which are available to buy in advance from VisitBritain Shop . Visit their page on London travel for more information on buying tickets and how to use the network.

Having arrived on the train from Paris to London, you can get almost anywhere in Britain from Eurostar’s British terminals.

East Midland trains from St Pancras International and East Coast trains services from nearby King’s Cross connect St Pancras to the North of England and Scotland. First Capital Connect will take you to St Albans, Bedford, Luton and the South of England. Virgin Trains from Euston Station travel to Birmingham, Manchester and the North West, while First Great Western trains travel from London Paddington to Bristol, South West England and South Wales.

For more details on onward travel by train check National Railway Enquiries .

If you are travelling on to destinations in southern England, you may save time by getting off the Eurostar at Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International in Kent. Find out how to get to and from Ashford International and Ebbsfleet International on the Eurostar website.

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What’s hot in Great Britain for 2016

It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to travel plans and exciting new adventures. Tudor cottages where Shakespeare lived, resplendent English gardens, and hilltop Welsh castles could all be on your travel horizon. Get the low-down on what you can’t miss in Britain in 2016:

Discover Shakespeare Lives

Mary Arden's House, Stratford upon Avon

With 2016 marking the 400th anniversary of the great Bard’s death, get into the Tudor spirit and experience Shakespeare in Britain this year. In the pretty town of Stratford-upon-Avon you can visit remarkable sights like his birthplace, while in London you can see his plays how they were meant to be seen – in the Globe Theatre.

We’re offering you the chance to win an amazing trip to Britain taking in key Shakespeare sights in London and Stratford-upon-Avon.

Coming up roses

The garden at Powis Castle

There can be no other country in the world that boasts so many beautiful gardens open to visitors and so 2016 celebrates the Year of the Garden in Britain. From vast, landscaped grounds at the likes of Stowe or Blenheim Palace, to cute cottage gardens like Great Dixter and Sissinghurst, come smell the flowers in Britain.

Embark on an adventure into the past

Castle in Wales

Wales is Britain’s land of adventure – with fairytale castles, chapels carved into rugged coastline, and mountains laced with legends and folklore all waiting to be explored.
Find out more about Wales.

Celebrating our children’s book authors

Beatrix Potter's house, Hill Top, in the Lake District

This year also sees key anniversaries of 2 of our most beloved children’s book creators – the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter and the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl. Discover the places in Britain where these talented writers found their inspiration for their enduring characters.

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Annual Events in London

There are many special events that take place in London each year and many of them are superb ideas for a day out with the children.



The New Year’s Day Parade on the 1st January is a highly popular event which gets over half a million visitors lined up to watch over 10,000 performers from around the world, along with 200 million tv viewers, this really is a must-see event.


There are many Pancake Day Races in London during February, some of which include the competitors wearing fancy dress. It is fun to watch a relay of people trying to run as fast as possible while tossing pancakes in frying pans.


The St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in London take place on the nearest Sunday to the 17th March. You can follow a parade of Irish marching bands from Green Park through the city to Trafalgar Square. Enjoy a free day out with the family, dress in green and look out for the dancing and traditional music for a true Irish experience, in London!


There a loads of Easter celebrations in London for the kids to enjoy during the holidays in April. Many of London’s main attractions put on something special at this time of year, including Easter egg hunts, egg decorating and free chocolate! Other exciting events include the London Harness Horse Parade, St George’s Day celebrations, the London Marathon and Zippos Circus at Blackheath as well as church services at St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square.


The Chelsea Flower Show is a superb place to observe beautiful floral displays during the month of May. You can also celebrate the Sikh New Year, known as Vaisakhi, in Trafalgar Square with festivities including traditional Asian music and dance.


The Queen’s Birthday Parade, known as Trooping the Colour, takes place on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd Saturday of June and marks the official birthday of the Queen, although her real birthday is on 21st April. The Wimbledon Tennis Championships are also on in June.


It is free to attend the Watch This Space summer festival on the South Bank at Theatre Square. It includes a mix of entertainment by extraordinary artists, both British and international. The Wimbledon Tennis Championships also continue during this month and the Doggett’s Coat and Badge Race is a rowing race on the River Thames which is free to watch.


The well known Notting Hill Carnival has a Children’s Day on the first day of the carnival which dates back to 1964. In August, there is also Kid’s Week, which includes workshops, activities and events across London and focuses on getting the younger generation involved in theatre.


For a weekend, you can enjoy the architecture of London from the inside during the Open House London event when about 750 buildings open their doors to the public. Other exciting events in September include the London Design Festival, the Great River Race, the Mayor’s Thames Festival, Horseman’s Sunday and the Great Gorilla Run.


You can enjoy a traditional show at the Punch and Judy Festival in the Covent Garden Piazza as well as the London Film Festival in October every year.


During this month you can enjoy the ever popular firework displays on Bonfire Night and The Lord Mayor’s Show where over 6000 people participate in a three mile parade. The Country Living Magazine Christmas fair is also something to look forward to this month.


There is a magical atmosphere and heaps of fun stuff to do and see in London at Christmas time.  Ice skating on open air ice rinks by the London Eye, Tower of London and the Natural History Museum to name a few, as well as Christmas Day dining, the Westminster Abbey Christmas Eve Service and the must-see Christmas lighting on Oxford Street and Regent Street, not to mention the New Years Eve celebrations and firework displays to put the cherry on the cake of a fantastic Christmas in London!

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Visit London. Festive Christmas Tours

During the holiday season, London is aglow and abuzz imbued with local charm and festive spirits. Enjoy the holiday lights on Oxford Circus and Regent Street on the Christmas Eve Lights Tour in London led by Santa, or snap festive photos of top London attractions such as Big Ben, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Square.

Tower_of_London_2466_14781Outside the city limits, trips to Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath; Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswolds and Oxford; and Leeds Castle, Canterbury and Dover on Christmas Eve immerse travellers in England’s rich beauty and history for a special holiday treat. Not to be overlooked, celebrate Boxing Day (December 26) in style at Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, The Cotswolds and Oxford; at Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath; or at Leeds Castle, Canterbury, Dover and Greenwich.

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Multi-Day Tours over Christmas

Multi-Day Tours over Christmas

Staying for maybe a couple of weeks in London over Christmas means being away from home and the traditional Christmas Day with family and we are often asked for suggestions of alternative ways to spend the days over Christmas itself.

The most popular choice we see is to take 4 days away from London to visit Paris, particularly with the option to go to festive Disneyland.

The most popular tour people book is by Eurostar and please find details below.

Here is some more information from the Official Paris Tourist site

And here is some information about Disneyland Paris

This exclusive tour can be booked here

The ferris wheel on Concorde square seen from the Champs-Elyses

Christmas 4 day tour to Paris with optional festive Disneyland

 Tour Highlights

  • Return High speed Eurostar London/Paris
  • Coach transfer on arrival in Paris with half day sightseeing tour ending at hotel
  • 3 nights bed and breakfast in the 3 star Ibis Paris Bercy. Accommodated in twin/double bedded rooms.
  • Services of a tour guide for the full duration of the tour
  • Evening one hour sightseeing cruise on the River Seine
  • Coach transfer on departure from Paris hotel to Paris train station for return Eurostar


Thursday 24th – Sunday 27th December 2015

Enjoy a four day tour over Christmas and take in the most exquisite sights of Paris. Cruise on the river Seine, see the Eiffel Tower in Xmas lights and shop in the famous Champs Elysées. Visit the Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre, Moulin Rouge, Cathedral of Notre Dame and explore the Louvre Museum with an optional day trip to Disneyland® Resort Paris for the Christmas parade and the stunning Palace of Versailles.


Day 1 

We start our four day tour on Christmas Eve departing from London St.Pancras International train station at 7:55am, arriving in Paris at 11:17am local time (please note high speed train journey is 2 hours 22 minutes, French time one hour ahead of UK time). Your guide will meet you at the station in London and accompany you for the full four day tour. On arrival in Paris we are collected by coach for a coach sightseeing tour (with photo stops) to see this stunning city with full Christmas decorations. At the end of the tour the coach will take us directly to our 3 star hotel right in the centre of Paris for check in. After check in the guide will accompany the group by metro to the Champs Elysees to see this beautiful city in Christmas lights!

Day 2 

After breakfast, meet the guide at 9am for a full day of sightseeing by Paris metro on Christmas Day. A truly amazing way to spend Christmas day – climb the Eiffel Tower, visit the Moulin Rouge, cruise the River Seine!! Our first stop is Montmartre for the Sacre Coeur, Place du Tertre and Moulin Rouge. Then on to Ille de la Cite and the world famous Notre Dame Cathedral, with time for lunch on the banks of the Seine. In the afternoon we take a boat cruise on the River Seine and a visit to the Eiffel Tower! See the Tower in Xmas lights.

Paris metro tickets not included in tour price, must be purchased on arrival in Paris Group Xmas Dinner – 3 course meal evening meal with wine for £39 per person. Celebrate Christmas with your fellow travellers!

Day 3 

A free day in Paris for sightseeing and shopping. Walk along the Champs Elysees, visit the famous departments stores at Opera, visit the world famous Louvre museum for your chance to see the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, Michelangelo’s Dying Slave or to follow the Da Vinci Code!


Optional extra – A full day trip to the world famous Disneyland® Resort Paris (£69 extra), a fairytale Christmas. Price includes coach travel to/from Disneyland Paris, and a Hopper Pass allowing full day entry to both parks, Disneyland Park Paris and Walt Disney Studios

Day 4 

A free morning in Paris for sightseeing and Shopping or:

Optional extra – Half day trip to the Palace and Gardens of Versailles – £39 (9am-1pm) – A fully guided half day coach tour to the stunning Palace and Gardens of Versailles. Built in the 17th century during the reign of Louis XIV to project the absolute power of the French monarchy, it served as the political capital and royal court for over 100 hundred years, until in 1789 the revolutionary mobs massacred the Palace Guard and dragged Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette to Paris to cut off their heads! Undoubtedly the grandest and most famous château in France. Price includes coach and entry to the Palace.

Return to Paris hotel after lunch, some final time for shopping before the coach collects us and transfers to Paris Gare du Nord train station to catch the 4:13pm high speed Eurostar train back to London, arriving in London 5:39pm UK time

Additional information

Your Accommodation

All Seasons Paris Bercy

77 rue de Bercy 75012 Paris – France

Your accommodation is included in the price of your tour on a bed and breakfast basis. The price you pay is based on 2 people sharing a twin or double bedded room. (Please specify at the time of booking that you require a double, otherwise a twin room will be allocated as default). If you would like a single room for 1 person we offer an upgrade for £150 extra (£50 per night). Single travellers can avoid paying a single supplement by sharing a twin room with another person (of the same sex) . We arrange this service automatically, unless you select the single upgrade option when you are making your booking.

We always try to get your preferred room choice and if you need further help, please contact our office staff by phone or email.

This exclusive tour can be booked here

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England, Scotland and Wales – Christmas Fairs and Markets

England, Scotland and Wales – Christmas Fairs and Markets

With Autumn upon us and thoughts turning to the Winter and the Christmas period and festivities. Amongst those thoughts will be Christmas shopping and a popular part of that are the wide array of enchanting Christmas Fairs and Markets, that are a wonderful opportunity to sample and buy local produce, craft work, Christmas Gifts and to take lunch.
The best way to source these are by official tourists links and here are some suggestions:

Visit England Christmas Markets

Visit London Christmas Markets

Visit Scotland Christmas Markets

Visit Wales Christmas Markets

We are also offend asked if there are tours that include a visit to Christmas Markets and local attractions and indeed there are some excellent options and this is a great way to combine a sightseeing day out with a Christmas Market.

Here is a great suggestion and more details:

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Christ Church's great hall

Expert Blue Badge Guide

Luxury Air Conditioned Coach

Panoramic Tour of Cambridge

Walking Tour of Cambridge

Panoramic Tour of Oxford

Walking Tour of Oxford

Optional visit to Christchurch

Oxford Christmas Market Time for Lunch

First we visit Cambridge, for a panoramic coach and walking tour. Cambridge is the iconic, world-renowned University City and the celebrated Cavendish Laboratory, you’ll be taken on a walking tour through the streets of the city to see the university’s oldest college, Peterhouse, which dates back to 1284! See King’s College Chapel and its gorgeous Gothic architecture, built by a succession of English kings from 1446 to 1515. This unique building features huge stained glass windows and amazing acoustics – the chapel is the home of the talented King’s College Choir. You’ll also see the Cambridge University Library during your visit

Oxford Christmas Market
The city of dreaming spires will again be filled with festive joy as the Oxford Christmas Market returns to the heart of the city on beautiful and historic Broad Street. With over 50 exhibitors with a wide range of local produce, crafts and Christmas Gifts

There will be time in Oxford for lunch at one of many great restaurants, historic pubs, sample the food delights from the Christmas market or you may choose to bring food with you

First it is a panoramic coach and walking tour of Oxford, famous for being home to the oldest university in the English speaking world – countless bright young things have wandered the town’s cobbled streets over the years! During this guided walking tour you will see the stunning Bodleian Library and furtively discover unspoilt narrow alleyways, ancient squares and towering spires

Christ Church
Depending on how you want to use your time and maybe spend less time at the market, there is an optional fully guided visit to the renowned Christ Church College, where you can stroll through the quaint courtyards and mingle with students. Fans of the Harry Potter film series will be able to pick out key Christ Church filming locations – the college was used for a number of well-known scenes! The college’s Great Hall appeared as the setting for Hogwarts

During the whole day you will be accompanied by a fully qualified expert Blue Badge Guide, who will give you commentary en-route to Oxford and Cambridge and if you choose the optional visit to Christchurch this will be fully guided

Other London Christmas Tours

Other Christmas Tours

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2015 UK Christmas Fairs and Markets

2015 UK Christmas Fairs and Markets

The end of November into the beginning of December brings the start of a wide array of enchanting Christmas Fairs and Markets, that are a wonderful opportunity to sample and buy local produce, craft work, Christmas Gifts and to take lunch.

The best way to source these are by official tourists links and here are some suggestions:

Visit England Christmas Markets

Visit London Christmas Markets

Visit Scotland Christmas Markets

Visit Wales Christmas Markets

We are also offend asked if there are tours that include a visit to Christmas Markets and local attractions and indeed there are some excellent options and this is a great way to combine a sightseeing day out with a Christmas Market.

Here is a great suggestion and more details:

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Children's store with antique toys, Santa Claus and snowman

Luxury Air-conditioned mini-coach
Expert Blue Badge Guide
Panoramic tour of Salisbury
Lunch stop at Newbury
Highclere Castle (fictional Downton Abbey)
Highclere Christmas Fair

You’ll never forget your first glimpse of spectacular Stonehenge, its monolithic rocks rising up against the skyline on Salisbury Plain. Theories abound about the mysterious rock formation. Was it intended as a religious temple? An astronomical clock? A Bronze Age burial ground? Make up your own mind as you explore the unique landmark that has had the world stumped for 5,000 years
Panoramic Tour of Salisbury
Soaring into the skyline, the spire of Salisbury Cathedral stands at a whopping 123m (404ft)! Erected 800 years ago, the revolutionary spire is considered one of the leading examples of Early English architecture. Ancient meets modern at the cathedral’s newest addition: a beautifully sculpted font designed by William Pye

Lunch stop at Newbury
This wonderful 11th century town of Newbury is our lunch stop, where there are a variety of pubs, restaurants and take away’s to choose from or you can bring a packed lunch
Highclere Castle (fictional Downton Abbey)
Highclere Castle is one of England’s most beautiful Victorian Castles set amidst 1,000 acres of spectacular parkland
The Carnarvon family has lived at Highclere since 1679, and the current Castle stands on the site of an earlier house, which in turn was built on the foundations of the medieval palace owned by the Bishops of Winchester for some 800 years

Highclere Christmas Fair
The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon will transform the State Rooms of Highclere Castle to provide a unique shopping experience in aid of Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance and St Michaels & All Angels Church. This will be a festive occasion with our spectacular Christmas tree, carol singers, Christmas decorations and a variety of exciting stalls at which you can complete your Christmas shopping
For those who wish to see a little more of the Castle, there is the option to upgrade your tickets on the day. A suggested donation of £3 to the Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance will allow you to view the magnificent Galleried Bedrooms. You may also upgrade your ticket for an additional £5 to explore the ‘Wonderful Things’ Egyptian Exhibition housed in the cellars of the Castle

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This tour is also available (subject to availability) as a private tour

Other London Christmas Tours

Other Christmas Tours

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Leeds Castle and Canterbury Christmas Markets

The festive build up to Christmas brings great opportunity to combine sightseeing tours that also include visits to Christmas Markets and we are often asked to recommend these.

Two great locations that also have Christmas Markets are Leeds Castle and Canterbury both the ‘The Garden of England’ that is Kent.

This year, we have found a new tour that we recommend that combines both Leeds Castle and Canterbury Christmas Markets, entrance at Leeds Castle plus an optional opportunity to visit Canterbury Cathedral and time for lunch in Canterbury.

Here are more details:

  • Expert Blue Badge Guide
  • Luxury Air Conditioned Coach
  • Leeds Castle Christmas Market
  • Entrance at Leeds Castle
  • Arrive in Canterbury in time for lunch (optional)
  • Canterbury Christmas Market
  • Optional Canterbury Cathedral

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Castle from the air

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle was described by Lord Conway as ‘the loveliest castle in the world’ and is set in the middle of a natural lake, surrounded by 500 acres of parkland and gardens. Experience its magic in an atmosphere of still tranquillity. There will also be time to explore the castle grounds where you will find the ‘ Lady Baillie Garden’ with views over the lake, an aviary and maze.

Leeds Castle Christmas Market

Leeds Castle hosts the annual Christmas Market on the Cedar Lawn overlooking the Castle. Discover an array of seasonal gift ideas, toys, decorations, food and drink. Visit the Leeds Castle reindeer and birds of prey in the animal area.
Enjoy our nostalgic fairground attractions, children’s rides and a daily programme of live musical entertainment at the band stand

Whitefriars Canterbury Christmas Market

This year this fabulous market is bigger and better than ever. You will be sure to find perfect unique gifts here with over 40 traditional British-made wooden sheds showcasing the best products that local, national and international traders have to offer. The market has it all with shopping and bespoke gifts, amazing gourmet foods, events the whole way through and a sparkly new Father Christmas’s Grotto. A magical new festive family event, come along and join us!
To avoid disappointment, book your Grotto Tickets now! The Grotto is incredibly popular and we would advise you to book online in advance as there are no opportunities to book on the day

Canterbury Cathedral
If you choose to spend less time exploring the market and shops, the will be a fully guided visit to the breath-taking cathedral – it’s the oldest in England and considered to be the centre of English Christianity. You’ll visit the towering cathedral and be able to follow in the footsteps of pilgrims that flocked to the church following Thomas Becket’s gruesome murder in 1170. The gothic building hides many visual treasures, from the colourful stained glass windows to the creepy crypt


During the whole day you will be accompanied by a fully qualified expert Blue Badge Guide, who will give you commentary en-route to Leeds Castle and Canterbury, plus if you choose the optional visit to Canterbury Cathedral and the included entrance at Leeds Castle these will be fully guided

Additional Information

Canterbury Cathedral is optional and not included in price


Sunday 6th December
Sunday 13th December
Sunday 20th December
Tuesday 22nd December

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Christmas Tours

Christmas Markets

With the summer coming to an end, thoughts are turning to Christmas and we are often asked how far in advance you should book Christmas tours and the answer is definitely now as all the popular tours sell out well in advance.

Particularly popular are the Christmas Market Tours that run pre-Christmas and are an excellent way to buy Christmas gifts and provisions.

This year,  we have found a new tour that we recommend that combines both Salisbury and Bath Christmas Markets, plus an optional opportunity to visit Salisbury Cathedral, The Roman Baths and time for lunch in Bath.

Here are some more details:

  • Expert Blue Badge Guide
  • Luxury Air Conditioned Coach
  • Salisbury Christmas Market
  • Optional Salisbury Cathedral
  • Arrive in Bath in time for lunch (optional)
  • Bath Christmas Market
  • Optional Roman Baths

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Weihnachtsmarkt in Deutschland

An exceptional festive day out including both the famous Salisbury Christmas Market and the world renowned Christmas Market in Bath. You also have the option of choosing to spend less time at the markets and visit Salisbury Cathedral and the Roman Baths. It is an extended afternoon in Bath and you will arrive in time for lunch, with a choice of pubs and restaurants, or sample the food delights of the market

Salisbury Market

Now in its fourth year the Salisbury Christmas Market will be returning to the Guildhall Square. The 2015 Market will be bigger and better than ever with 76 chalets and a full programme of events and entertainment. Further information will appear here in the coming weeks

Surrounding the historic Market Square of this ancient 1000 year old wall City, with its iconic Cathedral are buzzing ancient streets and buildings where you will find a wide variety of well-known shops, plus local traditional shops, that are all well worth seeking out

Salisbury Cathedral

If you choose to spend less time exploring the market and shops, the will be a fully guided visit to the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral crowned with the tallest spire in Britain and built by medieval craftsmen back in the 13th Century. Salisbury probably has the finest medieval cathedral in Britain

See one of the only four surviving original texts of the Magna Carta in the Chapter House. The Magna Carta is one of the greatest constitutional documents of all times, showing the agreement reach between King John and his barons in 1215AD

Bath Christmas Market

Set in the picturesque streets surrounding Bath Abbey there couldn’t be a more perfect and magical setting for a Bath Christmas Market
Each year months are spent carefully hand picking this year’s selection of stallholders, so you can look forward to finding a wonderful variety of handmade and locally sourced gifts. This year there will be over 170 chalets and to keep stallholder offer fresh and exciting, 25% will be new to the market this year. 82% of our stallholders will be from Bath or the surrounding region and 76% of these stallholder’s products will be handmade


The first city in England to be designed an UNESCO World Heritage site; Bath earned the accolade for a reason! The city boasts the famous Roman Baths that inspired its name and beautiful Georgian architecture, from the 15th century Bath Abbey to the romantic Pulteney Bridge. Sitting on the slopes of the River Avon, it’s easy to see why Bath draws so many visitors each year

Roman Baths

If you choose to spend less time exploring the market and shops, the will be a fully guided visit to the famous Roman Bath. The grand entrance to the Roman Baths is jaw-dropping, and you’ll pass through this amazing doorway to begin your visit. The Baths date back to 40AD and still flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring


During the whole day you will be accompanied by a fully qualified expert Blue Badge Guide, who will give you commentary en-route to Salisbury and Bath and if you choose optional visits to Salisbury Cathedral or the Roman Baths these will be fully guided


Saturday 28th November

Wednesday 2nd December

Saturday 5th December

This exclusive tour can be booked here

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London New Years Eve Party, Dinner and Fireworks

New Years Eve in London is an amazing experience, considered one of the best places to be in the world to be and is topped off with a magnificent Firework display.

We are often asked how is the best way to spend the evening and see the fireworks and the answer is to join the party on board one of the Thames River cruises, with 4-course gala dinner, that approaching midnight moor up at a perfect spot to see the fireworks and receive complimentary champagne.

For example here is a great  New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner Cruise with City Cruises.

  •  Welcome Drink
  • River Thames Cruise
  • Half Bottle of Wine and Glass of Champagne at midnight
  • 4-course Festive Dinner
  • Live Band and Dancing
  • Cash Bar Open Throughout
  • Viewing Position on the River Thames

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Tower bridge with firework, celebration of the New Year in London, UK.

Celebrate the arrival of 2016 in style with a gala sit-down dinner and dance cruise aboard a modern Millennium River-liner. You will be welcomed aboard with a drinks reception. You will be shown to your reserved table where your dinner will be served. Tranquilly cruise through central London. After a delectable dinner, you can dance the night away and, at midnight; toast the arrival of 2016 with a glass of champagne whilst listening to Big Ben ringing in the New Year.


  • Welcome Drink
  • River Thames Cruise
  • Half Bottle of Wine and Glass of Champagne at midnight
  • 4-course Festive Dinner
  • Live Band and Dancing
  • Cash Bar Open Throughout
  • Viewing Position on the River Thames

This exclusive tour can be booked here

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