New ideas for coach hire in 2013
If you are considering a coach hire to London several new visitor attractions have recently opened.
London skyline
The Shard, situated near London Bridge is the tallest building in Western Europe rising like a glass spear to over a 1000ft. and affords the capital’s highest viewing gallery. Open to the public from February:
A coach excursion to World Heritage Site Greenwich would not be complete without a visit to the newly ‘relaunched’ famous clipper ship Cutty Sark officially reopened by the Queen last April. A day here can be combined with a flight on the new Emirates Air Line cable car high over the Thames to the Royal Docks and back.
The Imperial War Museum has now temporarily closed for an exciting redevelopment partially opening again in July with a family exhibition, Horrible Histories – Spies. The IWM does however have two other very worthy sites in London – The Churchill War Rooms in Whitehall and HMS Belfast berthed on the South Bank near Tower Bridge. Further afield is Duxford in Cambridgeshire a huge aviation museum on a former first and second world war airfield.
Very popular over the past couple of years is the Making of Harry Potter tour at the Warner Brothers studio in Leavesden, near Watford, a behind the scenes look at sets, props and costumes together with some secrets of the special effects.
What do Puerto Rico, Valparaiso in Chile, Northeast Iceland and Margate have in common? They are listed in as top ten world destinations the Rough Guide Travel Hot List 2013. The seaside town with its Turner Contemporary Gallery, indie art spaces, unusual shops and cafes is ranked by travel experts as a must see place this year.
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