If you love the British Royal Family, then taking a trip to Windsor Castle is like stepping into a fairytale. For over 900 years Windsor Castle has been home to Britain's monarchy and was Queen Elizabeth II's favorite weekend residence. Keep your eyes peeled for the guards who, on selected days, put on a colorful display in their famous changeover. Inside, the palace is adorned with paintings by Rembrandt and Rubens and is the height of old-school luxury, it'll take your breath away.
Next, you'll head to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, home to Britain's only natural hot spring where the Romans used to bathe. The city itself is gorgeous and quintessentially British so be sure to take time admiring the Georgian architecture and quaint cobbled streets, where you'll find more cozy coffee shops and fascinating museums than you'll know what to do with.
Having relaxed in this picture-perfect city, you'll head to yet another UNESCO site, this time perched in the middle of Salisbury Plain. The unmistakable upright standing stones of Stonehenge are famous world-over, and much of their fame comes from the mystery which surrounds them. Having been constructed over 5,000 years ago, experts are still undecided on by whom and why they were placed there and what their significance was. One of the world's most important neolithic monuments, Stonehenge is a site of history and ancient culture, which you will find out all about from your informative audio guide.