INGLATERRA: Sur al volante EXPERIENCE
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INGLATERRA: Sur al volante EXPERIENCE

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Created: Monday, March 21, 2022
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Created: Monday, March 21, 2022
Destinations: London, Bath, Oxford, Warwick, Brighton, London

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09 Apr

Transport from Barcelona to London

Departure
easyJet easyJet - U28570
07:10 - Barcelona, Barcelona El Prat (BCN)
08:35 - London, Gatwick (LGW)
2h 25m 0 PC Nonstop Fare: Standard
Flight: U28570
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Standard
09 Apr

Car rental

Peugeot 208
Green motion Car Hire
A/C 4 doors 5 people
Peugeot 208 (EDMR1D)
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Return same level as pickup
Manual transmission
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
Igual-Igual: el cliente tiene que devolver el coche con la misma cantidad de combustible con la que se lo entregaron.
Anotar en el contrato la cantidad de combustible en el momento de recoger el coche.
Se cobrará el combustible que falta, más el servicio de repostaje.
General payment terms
El depósito mínimo que tendrá que dejar el cliente como garantía es: 1A (MBMR), 1AA (MBAR), 1B (MBMR), 1BA (MCAR), 1C (MDMR), 1CC (MDAR), 1D (EDMR), 1D3 (ECMR), 1D3A (EBAR), 1DA (EDAR), 1DH (EDAH), 1E (CDMV), 1ELE (CDAE), 1F5 (MBMV), 1G (CDMR), 1G3 (CCMR), 1G3A (CBAR), 1J (CWMR), 1JA (CWAR), 1M (CDAR), 1MIN (IMMR), 1PX (CDMD), 1YX (EXAH), MNC (HDMR), V1 (CKMR), V2 (SKMR), V2A (SKAR), V2T, V3 (FKMR), V4 (OKMR), V5T (PKMR), 1205.00 GBP
1H (IDAH), 1K (SDMR), 1KA (SDAR), 1KAE (SWAR), 1KE (SWMR), 1KI (IDMR), 1KIA (IDAR), 1405.00 GBP
1SOR (FFBD), 1SORM (FFMR), 2H (DGAH), 2HM (DGMH), 3A (IVAR), 3B (IVMV), 3D (FVMR), 3DA (FVAR), 3GB (SVMV), 5A (IMAD), 5B (IMMD), 1705.00 GBP
2AE (PDAE), 1BW (DDMR), 1KIS (IFMR), 1MA (DXAR), 1MS (DDMV), 1P (PDAR), 1PE (PWAR), 1PW (UWAR), 1QAS (SXMR), 2A (PDAR), 2B (SFAR), 2C (SFMR), 2CA (IFAR), 2CC (IFMR), 2D (CMMR), 2DA (CMAR), 2F (FFAR), 2G (CFMR), 2GA (CFAR), 2M (PDMD), 2P (PXAR), 2PU (FPMR), 3P (PFBR), 3PM (PFMR), 4P (DDMR), 4PA (DDAR), 5

£1,205.00

Theft protection
£1,205.00
Collision damage waiver
£1,205.00
Pickup

Gatwick Business Park - Telephone: 01293 855100

Gatwick Business Park, H14 Kennel Lane, Hookwood, Horley

Opening hours:07:00 - 20:00

Se recomienda a los clientes que no vuelen al aeropuerto de Gatwick que se dirijan directamente a la oficina: Green Motion, Gatwick Business Park, Kennel Lane RH6 0AY Los clientes que vuelen al aeropuerto de Gatwick pueden solicitar una recogida bajo demanda llamando al 01293 855 100 (opción1) una vez que el equipaje ha sido recogido. La recogida es desde la parada de autobús 12 , North Terminal. Póngase en contacto con la dirección [email protected] para obtener más información y confirmar su reserva.
Dropoff

Gatwick Business Park - Telephone 01293 855100

Gatwick Business Park, H14 Kennel Lane, Hookwood, Horley

Opening hours:07:00 - 20:00

Se recomienda a los clientes que no vuelen al aeropuerto de Gatwick que se dirijan directamente a la oficina: Green Motion, Gatwick Business Park, Kennel Lane RH6 0AY Los clientes que vuelen al aeropuerto de Gatwick pueden solicitar una recogida bajo demanda llamando al 01293 855 100 (opción1) una vez que el equipaje ha sido recogido. La recogida es desde la parada de autobús 12 , North Terminal. Póngase en contacto con la dirección [email protected] para obtener más información y confirmar su reserva.
09 Apr
1.

London

Stay
About the city:Of all European capitals, London lives deepest in the imagination of travelers. We absorb London before we know it exists and when we finally approach the city, it does not disappoint. There are the red double-deckers, the bobbies and impassive guards at Buckingham, Westminster Abbey, and the notes of Big Ben, sounding familiar, as we have heard them before. We see these things with satisfaction. Yet there is much to surprise. London is not quaint. London is not a museum, though you could spend all of your time going from one to the next. It is a booming, urban sprawl, with traffic snarls, shops, and an astonishing international population. Visit the many monuments with nearly a millennium's worth of history, from the grave of Chaucer to the pub where the captain of the Mayflower drank to Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s most photographed sights. But don’t miss contemporary London, with its intensely active theatres, international cuisine, political demonstrations, the latest in music and fashion, punks and peers, and everyone in between. In 1777, writer Samuel Johnson said when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, and the phrase is still true. There's something different to experience every day in London.
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09 Apr

Tickets

Illuminated London Walking Tour
Illuminated London Walking Tour
Couples Tour
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12 Apr

Car journey

138 Kilometers - 1h 44m
London
Stonehenge
12 Apr
2.

Stonehenge

HERITAGE - Stop
12 Apr

Car journey

59 Kilometers - 56m
Stonehenge
Bath
12 Apr
3.

Bath

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About the city:"Bath is a city in Somerset, South West England. In 2011, its population was 88,859. It became part of Avon in 1974; since Avon's abolition in 1996, it has been the principal centre of Bath and North East Somerset. The city, in the valley of the River Avon, became a World Heritage Site in 1987. To visitors Bath is a pretty complete Georgian city with an awful lot of the architecture intact, much of the city remained intact and most of what was bombed was rebuilt. Therefore, Bath is one of the most architecturally pleasing cities North of the Alps. Some the most importants places to see at the city are: • Roman Baths. Built by the Romans around 2000 years ago, and later rediscovered by the Victorians, the Roman Baths are the must-see tourist attraction in Bath. The baths are fuelled by England's only mineral hot springs. You can wander the rooms that made up the baths, including the large open air 'Great Bath', see Roman medieval and Georgian architecture, and learn about the history of Bath Spa. • Bath Abbey. The last Gothic church in England, started in 1499 and built on the ruins of the former Norman cathedral, this impressively large church (of small cathedral proportions) is located next to the Roman Baths. A wonderful view of Bath can be had with a trip up the Abbey tower. • The Royal Crescent, a magnificent semi-eliptical crescent of houses designed by John Wood and completed in 1774. This was the first of Bath's eight crescents, and its shape remains unique. You can visit one of the houses which has been redecorated to resemble what it would have been like at the end of the 18th century. • Sion Hill - Wealthy neighbourhood in the upper part of the city that makes for a pleasant stroll. Attractive Bath stone buildings. • Bath's parks are ideal for a summer picnic. Topless bathing used to be frowned upon but is becoming the norm as the regenerating city becomes more cosmopolitan. The Council maintains all parks to a high standard. Parks at the city are Parade Gardens, Victoria Park and Sydney Gardens."
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13 Apr

Tickets

Visita a pie a los baños romanos y la ciudad de Bath
Visita a pie a los baños romanos y la ciudad de Bath
2 horas Incluyendo entrada de baños romanos 11:00
See details
13 Apr

Car journey

132 Kilometers - 1h 39m
Bath
Oxford
13 Apr
4.

Oxford

Stay
About the city:"Oxford is a city in the South East region of England and the county town of Oxfordshire. Oxford has a broad economic base. The city is known worldwide as the home of Oxford University, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Buildings in Oxford demonstrate examples of every English architectural period since the arrival of the Saxons, including the mid-18th-century Radcliffe Camera. Oxford is known as the ""city of dreaming spires"", a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold. Visitors to Oxford should definitely visit at least one museum, visit at least one college and - if possible - hear one of the world class college chapel choirs. A walking tour is a good way of achieving this. Some main tourist attractions are: • Bodleian Library. The main research library of the University of Oxford, The Bodleian is one of the oldest libraries in Europe and in the UK is second in size only to London's British Library. The Bodleian now possesses numerous branches throughout the university; visiting bibliophiles will be most keen to peruse the central site, which includes Duke Humfrey's Library above the Divinity School, the Old Schools Quadrangle with its Great Gate and Tower, the Radcliffe Camera, Britain’s first circular library, and the Clarendon Building. • Sheldonian Theatre. This unusual building was Sir Christopher Wren's first major architectural commission. At the time he was a Professor of Astronomy at the University. • Balliol, University, and Merton. Colleges each claim to be the 'oldest' in the University, with founding dates in the 13th century, although the exact year may be unclear or contested. They are fine examples of the collegiate Gothic architecture for which Oxford is renowned. • Ashmolean Museum. Vast, impressive, and recently undergone major redevelopment, the Ashmolean is Britain's oldest public museum, having been founded in 1683. The museum displays ancient art from Egypt, the Near East, Greece and Rome, a fine collection of Western art and artifacts and a sizable Eastern Art collection. • Museum of the History of Science. Located in the Old Ashmolean building, the Museum of the History of Science houses an unrivaled collection of early scientific instruments. The Old Ashmolean building is the world's oldest surviving museum-purpose building. It is a department of Oxford University as well as a public museum. • The Museum of Oxford. The museum tells the tale of the growth of the city and University. • Modern Art Oxford. An art gallery often showing temporary exhibitions of art and photography by renowned contemporary artists, which are accompanied by well-designed talks and workshops. • Parks, gardens and open spaces. Many of Oxford University's colleges have parks and gardens to walk through that are open to the public. "
More info
14 Apr

Tickets

Oxford University Walking Tour With University Alumni Guide
Oxford University Walking Tour With University Alumni Guide
2 hours 11:00
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14 Apr

Car journey

80 Kilometers - 57m
Oxford
Warwick
14 Apr
5.

Warwick

Stay
About the city:Warwick is a market town and county town of Warwickshire, England. It lies near the River Avon, 11 miles (18 km) south of Coventry and west of Leamington Spa and Whitnash. Its population was 31,345 in 2011. Signs of Neolithic activity precede unbroken habitation to the 6th century AD. It was a Saxon burh in the 9th century; Warwick Castle was built during the Norman conquest of England. Warwick School claims to be the country's oldest boys' school. The earldom of Warwick, created in 1088, controlled the town and built its walls, of which Eastgate and Westgate survive. The castle became a fortress, then a mansion. The Great Fire of Warwick in 1694 destroyed much of the town. Warwick missed industrialisation, but the population has grown almost sixfold since 1801.
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14 Apr

Tickets

Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass - 1 Day Pass
Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass - 1 Day Pass
1 to 3 days Pase de Shakespeare's England Explorer - Pase de 1 día
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15 Apr

Car journey

232 Kilometers - 2h 24m
Warwick
Brighton
15 Apr
6.

Brighton

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About the city:Brighton is a town on the south coast of England. The ancient settlement of "Brighthelmstone" dates from before Domesday Book (1086). It developed in popularity as a health resort featuring sea bathing during the 18th century, and was used as a seaside getaway by the Prince Regent. After the railway reached the town in 1841, it became a popular destination for day-trippers from London. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • The Palace Pier. Brighton Pier has all the usual seafront arcade attractions. Brighton Pier is all owned by the same company, so there's no real point shopping around for bargains on it; but this does mean it has forced off threats to close it. • Brighton Beach. In the summer, the pebble beach is covered in tourists and Brightonians alike. Poi twirlers strike a beautiful image against the sunsets, and flaming lanterns are launched into the air on summer evenings. • Sea Life Centre. An aquarium with walkthrough underwater tunnel, adjacent to Brighton Pier. This is the oldest working Aquarium in the world. • The Royal Pavilion. An interesting architectural attraction, transformed between 1815 and 1823 by the architect John Nash, at the direction of the then Prince Regent (later King George IV), into a sumptuous pleasure palace by the sea. The exterior has an Indian theme, whilst the interior was decorated with Chinese decor. Guided tours available and well worthwhile. • Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. An interesting Museum and history, culture and art to do with Brighton and beyond.
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15 Apr

Tickets

Brighton Pub Tour
Brighton Pub Tour
Tour
See details
16 Apr

Car journey

102 Kilometers - 1h 41m
Brighton
London
16 Apr
7.

London

Stop
About the city:Of all European capitals, London lives deepest in the imagination of travelers. We absorb London before we know it exists and when we finally approach the city, it does not disappoint. There are the red double-deckers, the bobbies and impassive guards at Buckingham, Westminster Abbey, and the notes of Big Ben, sounding familiar, as we have heard them before. We see these things with satisfaction. Yet there is much to surprise. London is not quaint. London is not a museum, though you could spend all of your time going from one to the next. It is a booming, urban sprawl, with traffic snarls, shops, and an astonishing international population. Visit the many monuments with nearly a millennium's worth of history, from the grave of Chaucer to the pub where the captain of the Mayflower drank to Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s most photographed sights. But don’t miss contemporary London, with its intensely active theatres, international cuisine, political demonstrations, the latest in music and fashion, punks and peers, and everyone in between. In 1777, writer Samuel Johnson said when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, and the phrase is still true. There's something different to experience every day in London.
More info
16 Apr

Transport from London to Barcelona

Return
Vueling Airlines Vueling Airlines - VY7827
15:00 - London, Gatwick (LGW)
18:15 - Barcelona, Barcelona El Prat (BCN)
2h 15m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: VY7827
Cabin Class: Economy
1 Insurances
ESSENTIALS Seguro (Seguro Inclusión Pangea) - Región (Solo continente) - Días (8)
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