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Worcester, Cotswolds And Blossom Trail

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TANG3466

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

4 days

4 Day - Tour No AB9100

Worcestershire, Gloucestershire & Herefordshire are a picture in the springtime when the fruit trees come into blossom and the daffodils are in flower.

PRICE FROM ? £319 per person
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Itinerary

Itinerary

Evesham Blossom Trail

Day 1 Morning departure for the journey to Worcester arriving early afternoon. A local guide will meet you at the hotel late afternoon for an introduction to the area followed by a short tour of Worcester by coach and on foot.

Day 2 A day meandering through the three counties, stopping in some delightful and historic towns. Including the riverside town of Tewkesbury, with its ancient abbey, and the pretty towns of Upton-On- Severn, Ledbury- with its ancient market hall and lovely Church Lane, and then onto historic Hereford. Returning by way of Malvern, overlooked by the beautiful Malvern Hills where the pure Malvern water runs from many spouts around the hills.

Day 3 Travelling to Toddington for a ride on the GWSR railway to Cheltenham Racecourse. Enjoy a short visit before going on to Evesham to meet your guide who will take you on a delightful circular tour of the Evesham Blossom Trail, starting with the plum town of Pershore and then Fladbury, The Lenches and Offenham. (Blossom is subject to seasonal weather conditions). On returning to Evesham enjoy a 45 minute boat trip, with commentary, on the River Avon.

Day 4 After breakfast, some free time in Worcester before commencing the homeward journey.

Included In Cost

Included in cost

● Coach travel
● 3 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● welcome to Worcester tour & talk
● a single train journey
● guided tour of the Evesham Blossom trail
● boat trip

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Hereford - courtesy of Shropshire Tourism

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Hereford Old House

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