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Take a guided tour of Buddha Park, located south of Vientiane alongside the Mekong River. Here you will see over 200 Hindu and Buddhist statues dating back to 1958. The park is a bizarre and mythical site with unusual statues and designs throughout. Afterwards, head to a small temple where you will enjoy a blessing ceremony with a local Buddhist Monk.

Visit the Plain of Jars, a mysterious collection of thousands of enigmatic jar-shaped stones scattered across the countryside of central Laos. Some of the jars are standing isolated whilst others huddle together in clusters. It is still unclear where these jars came from but bas relief carvings and paintings determine they are thousands of years old. Next, learn about the history of the region during the Vietnam War. The Plain of Jars was the most bombed area in Laos, the most bombed country during the conflict! See how the

Enjoy a guided tour of Cardiff Castle, set in beautiful parkland and home to 2,000 years of history.  What will you discover behind the castle’s walls and fairytale towers? Visit the wartime shelters, the air raid shelters used during the Second World War and housed in tunnels inside the castle. Next, take a taxi with your guide to the Royal Mint, the only place in the world where you can watch the United Kingdom’s coins being made. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes 45-minute guided factory experience before enjoying some time to explore

Visit the incredible Tower of London, home to almost 1,000 years of history and many bloody tales. Enjoy a legendary Beefeater tour before heading to Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace. Enjoy a visit to this stunning royal residence, steeped in history and home to among others the young Queen Victoria, Princess Diana and the Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge. Continue with a visit to Banqueting House, the site of Charles Ist’s execution and the last remnants of Whitehall Palace, the first neo-classical building in England. Finish the day with

The picturesque Cotswolds are full of traditional English charm and our Quintessentially Cotswolds tour will take you to the best locations. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide you will visit Bourton on the Water, famous for its low bridges and stone houses,  followed by a light walk between Lower Slaughter, known for its 19th century water mill and Upper Slaughter on the banks of the River Eye. Drive onto Bibury, one of the most photographed Cotswolds villages to see the amazing architecture of the cottages of Arlington Row, before ending

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