Whether your client is looking for memorable landmarks such as Stonehenge or a stay in stylish London,
EuroBound can customize their ideal holiday. England is a country of impressive diversity and variety from
the rolling hills of the Cotswolds to the bustling city life of London to the charms of sleepy Cornwall
villages. Wales offers the visitor outstanding natural beauty from dramatic mountain peaks to miles of unspoiled coastline. Celtic roots run deep in this land of ancient abbeys, historic castles and grand manor homes. Venture north to Scotland, a land of breathtaking beauty that stretches to the North Sea. Edinburgh Castle dominates the city skyline and is certainly worthy of a visit.
- Originally built by William the Conquer, Windsor Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited royal residence in Britain.
- Consisting of a ring of monolithic stones, Stonehenge is one of Britain's most famous and mysterious landmarks.
- The Queen's official London home, Buckingham Palace, is open to the public every August and September.
- Oxford is home to Britain's first university. The town and many of its colleges are gems of medieval architecture.
- Base for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon retains it medieval splendor along the banks of the River Avon and is particularly radiant during the summer months.
- Edinburgh Castle, Scotland's number one visitor attraction is home to the Scottish Crown Jewels, the delightful St. Margaret's Chapel and the Stone of Destiny.
- The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's official residence in Scotland, stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile against the spectacular backdrop of Arthur's Seat.
- Glasgow is Scotland's finest Victorian city and home to some of the most reputable art collections in the world.
- Inverness makes an ideal home-base from which to explore the beautiful countryside, or take a boat ride on Loch Ness in search of “the monster.”
- Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the British Royal Family since it was purchased by Queen Victoria in 1848.
- A popular tourist village in North Wales, Portmeirion was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the style of an Italian village.
- Snowdonia National Park is home to the biggest, boldest mountains in England and a long coastline of sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and glorious estuaries.
- Pembrokeshire was named the second most outstanding of the world's coastal destinations by National Geographic's Traveler magazine.
- The old town of Caerleon, long associated with King Arthur, is the site of a Roman legionary fortress dating from A.D. 75 with remains of the baths, amphitheater, barracks and fortress walls.
- The National Botanic Garden of Wales has an amazing collection of over 8,000 different plant varieties, spread across nearly 600 acres of beautiful countryside.