What is our aim at the end of a day. to provide you with an interesting, enjoyable vacation but more than that, with your own guide and this variety of activities we to provide you with a unique and very personal insight into the people and culture of the country you are visiting. The European way of life. Conclusion So, as you look over…. and view …as you will have the opportunity to do on one of your final evenings (in Rome), for our part, I know that everyone at CT both in our Head office in Europe and in our liaison office in Virginia, we will all be doing our utmost to make sure that you all have an, interesting, rewarding and very highly enjoyable experience as you discover (Historic and Literary England). Thank you very much.
Secondly, this structure of having your own private tour means you can custom-design your own tour exclusively for your own group anywhere around the themes, dates and destinations of your choosing and that is exactly what Mr/Mrs has done with their tour of ........(Historic and Literary England).
Relax, students, it won’t be torture! What do we aim to provide on a daily basis? Variety is the key word. Essentially a balance of an educational or cultural visit, then a recreational activity (coastal walk, river cruise, ascent of a tower)* and then free-time and spare-time activities.
We’ve obviously undergone a tremendous growth over recent years and we attribute that success to the very tangible benefits of having your own private tour and the personal attention and service that ensues for each group as a result. The advantages are that it is infinitely more flexible, intimate, more personal atmosphere for all concerned and it is a safer, more fun, more educational ,. A Casterbridge tour is safe, fun, flexible, intimate and of course educational………
If that is the case, let’s include in advance as many of the admissions as possible. Nothing is worse than putting a student in a position where they have traveled half-way round the world and don’t have the funds to visit a sight on any one day that they have waited half their life to see. This also means that the students don’t have to carry large amounts of spending money, which for younger students is very important indeed. And this also allows us to take advantage of our group rates for you to offer our group's the best possible value for money at all times. You are looking at one of our groups at Glastonbury Abbey, sat in front of the grave of King Arthur and Guinevere
For your reference, around groups travel with Casterbridge on an annual basis (everything from schools, colleges to choirs, bands and special interest adult groups) .
Eastern Europe, Russia,
into Asia, China, Hong Kong, Turkey,
Australia and New Zealand and
even Latin America.
So... On to our tour of London, the Capital of Great Britain.
- On our final day for a change of pace we start at Harrod's, one of the largest department stores in the world and possibly the most famous, renowned for its wide selection. Ronald Reagan apparently called up and asked if they had an elephant for publicity purposes and the shop attendant apparently calmly asked on the phone - would that be Indian or African Elephant, sir?
See Tony Blair's home (10 Downing Street)
In a musical context we have adopted the words of Josef Haydn: “My Language is Spoken throughout the World.” We believe that music is a universal, unifying form of communication and see evidence of this demonstrated throughout the year as our choirs, bands and orchestras perform to appreciative audiences throughout the world on a weekly basis.