Visit castles and cathedrals, grand houses and quaint cottages, museums, mysterious sites whose origins and meanings are lost in the mists of time, and villages that look as though they are stuck in the warps of time.
You can see some of the world's great art, enjoy some of the world's finest theatre productions, boogie to the wee small hours at the clubs and pubs, be tempted by culinary treats from a delicatessen of regional and international cuisines Then of course there's the famous beers, the ciders and even local wines to go with all that food, glorious food.
And the shopping! Oh, yeah! The shopping!
Please note: At the moment this website is a work in progress. It is posted here so that the verious pople working on it can see where it's at . . . but, dear traveller, you are more than welcome to make free use of it . Just log in and start planning. .
Your first problem- Choosing from everything on offer. There's just so many choices. So many castles, so many cathedrals, so many great houses, so many villages . . . and so much more.
Your first problem: Choosing from everything on offer. There are just so many choices. So many castles, so many cathedrals, so many great houses, so many villages . . . and so much more. Great British Road Trips helps you sort out the things you want to see and do so that you get the most enjoyment out of your time on the road. And we'll help you with your special interests - gardens, museums, famous people etc.
Your second problem. is getting from one attraction to the other. You can spend lost hours, lost tempers trying to find your way around. And a GPS is of little help.
You can spend lost hours, lost tempers trying to find your way around. The British roading system is a tangle of A roads, B roads, country roads, little lanes that go nowhere at all. Great British Road Trips sorts all that out for you. You'll get precise navigation instructions for each leg of your journey. Saves time and frustration, not to mention long silences between driver and navigator.