In and around the Cotswolds you’ll find a huge number of historically significant sites. Like the cobble-stoned streets of Oxford with its famous university and Christ Church Cathedral. Then if you travel north, you will find Blenheim Palace, where The Duke of Marlborough still lives and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
In Stratford-Upon-Avon there is traces of the great William Shakespeare everywhere and then further north along the Avon River you’ll find the 950-year-old looming towers of Warwick Castle.
Finally you will reach Bath, nested in the embrace of the Cotswolds with its Georgian town, Bath Abbey, the Jane Austen Center and Royal Crescent.