Looking to enjoy Oxfordshire and southern England but unsure where to explore? Let Sho4 Travel Oxford Tours help.
I have taken tourists from across the UK and worldwide on my bespoke sightseeing packages since 2004. Using my expertise to highlight notable locations and tailoring the experience to your interests to ensure it’s a trip to remember.
Avebury is home to the largest ritual stone circle in the British Isles, with the earthworks of the Neolithic henge and other Neolithic sites dating back nearly 5000 years.
We visit sites including Windmill Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow and Silbury Hill, with our Avebury trips packaged with visits to Stonehenge, Salisbury, and Old Sarum. You could also combine this with other stone and bronze age sites in the area.
Bath is home to the excellent Aquae Sulis public baths and temple complex, built by Roman invaders in 1st Century AD.
Our tour encompasses everything the Roman baths have to offer as well as the opportunity to visit the new spa hotel. You will also view the Royal Crescent, The Circus, and the Lansdown and Somerset Crescents before descending to the Pulteney Bridge.
You will be escorted into the centre of Bath, where you will be left to explore the town, the Abbey, and Roman baths at your own leisure.
Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water, and Burford
This package begins in the town of Burford, built on the banks of the Windrush it’s considered to be the gateway of the Cotswolds and home to great shopping outlets and a 12th-century church.
Arrive in Bourton-on-the-Water having passed through the villages in the civil parishes of Barrington and Rissington. In Bourton, you will be shown the famously wide main street and a grassy area which is ideal for a quaint picnic.
Blenheim Palace was built in 1704 and was a gift to John Churchill from the family of the Duke of Marlborough, which became the birthplace for former prime minister Winston Churchill.
Located deep in the Cotswolds, the Chedworth Roman Villa hosts mosaics, hypocausts, and bathhouses, as well as over a mile of the original wall.
The Roman villa is available on any of our Cotswold-based tours, with the site protected by the National Trust. A museum is also on site, with an audio tour available.