The British Tours blog

Stonehenge to Oxford Tours – EXPLORE THE BEST OF BRITISH

Britain is a land steeped in history, mythology and legend. Stories of Britain’s past have influenced some of the most famous books and films ever made. Areas such as the mythical Stonehenge and the historical town of Oxford has inspired many people from all over the world and are a huge attraction for tourists of all ages.

One of the most mystical and mysterious places to visit in Britain is Stonehenge. Stonehenge forms the centre point of the densest complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and burial grounds in Britain. Archaeologists believe that Stonehenge was erected between 2400BC and 2200BC but the exact reasons for its construction are still up for debate. Some believe Stonehenge was built by druids or pagans and used to celebrate the summer and winter solstice. Others believe the site was a healing site used to try and heal those sick or injured. Some theories even suggest the stone were erected by supernatural forces. Book yourself a Stonehenge tour and decide for yourself.

The town of Oxford is quintessentially British with its beautiful gardens, pavement cafes and its stunning architecture. Home to the world famous Oxford University, this British town has been an influence and an inspiration to many of the world’s most powerful and creative people. The colleges of Oxford have been established since the 13th Century and have had an impact on generations of scholars including Former US President Bill Clinton and authors such as J K Rowling, C S Lewis and Lewis Carroll.  Also dubbed the City of Spires, Oxford tours offer tourists a chance to see sights such as Sheldonian Theatre, Bodleian Library and Christ Church where many scenes from the Harry Potter films were shot.

Stonehenge tours and Oxford tours give you the chance to experience the best of British folklore, tradition and history.

Comments are closed.