Oxford ve Cambridge Turu
The city of Oxford, one of England's culturally and historically important cities, and the magnificent colleges of the world's most established university, are also a tourist attraction with their architecture and cultural heritage. We'll follow in the footsteps of Oxford's famous students, from Lewis to Bill Clinton. When you visit the Bodleian Library, one of the oldest libraries in Europe, you will see the famous 'Dreaming Spiers'. You will be fascinated by the unspoilt narrow streets and historical squares of this university city.
In this church, which will take you to a fantastic movie set with its architecture, we will walk around the areas where the Harry Potter movies were shot. You will marvel at the magical splendor of the Great Hall, which is used as the setting for Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
After leaving Oxford, you will go to the beautiful city of Cambridge. Here you will visit the Senate House in the world famous Cambridge University. The place now chosen for students' graduation ceremonies, before it was used by the Senate Council for important meetings. You will explore this special location and discover its important history before entering the Corpus Clock!
Visit the Corpus Clock, a unique invention outside the Taylor Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University. It is made of a 24-karat gold-plated stainless steel disc, announced to the world by Stephen Hawking, and has no number to tell the time. Instead, it shows time through lights shining through separate slits. This unmissable innovation will remain in your mind even after you leave!
You will also see the Cambridge Mathematical Bridge during your stop. Designed by William Etheridge, the building is nearly 300 years old and has attracted visitors from all over the world. The design offers visitors an intriguing conundrum - using only plain woods but using bridge arches. An absolute must see!
King's College Chapel
One of the highlights of the trip is visiting the outstanding King's College Chapel. Used as a symbol to represent the city of Cambridge, the Chapel is a popular tourist attraction for people around the world. King's College Chapel, which took a century to build at the demands of Henry VI in 1446, exhibits wonderful gothic architecture and huge, enchanting stained glass windows. There is a lot to learn and explore at the home of the King's College Chapel Choir, which has the world's largest fan vault and Rubens' famous artwork.
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Oxford and Cambridge walking tour
Visit to Christ Church College
Visit King's College
Transportation by luxury vehicle
Meals and drinks
Museum entrance fees