£189pp – 4-Day Queen’s Diamond Jubilee London Coach Break – Gold Crest Holidays

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UK Coach Holiday Deal:Enjoy the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations with a 4 day London Coach Holiday from only £189 per person.

Enjoy the Queens Diamond Jubilee this June with Gold Crest Holidays.   The celebrations begin on Saturday the 2nd June and with this superb deal you won't miss any of the events. This holiday ensures that you are dropped off in central locations so that you can get to the heart of the celebrations but then escape to the quiet in the evenings to recharge your batteries for the next day. No need to worry about parking or the drive home -this really is the best way to be part of the celebrations from only £189 per person! Included
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Greater London
  • Breakfast
  • Coach Travel
  • Share in the Queen's Diamond Celebrations:
The Diamond Jubilee Itinerary includes: In the afternoon of Sunday 3rd June - watch the thousand boat River Pageant led by the Queen and culminating in a Jubilee Gun Salute. For families there is a fun day at Battersea Park where screens will be erected so you can also watch the Pageant. On Monday there is a BBC concert in the grounds of Buckingham Palace which will also be relayed to big screens in Hyde Park. On Tuesday see the Royal Family in a Royal Carriage Procession through the streets around Buckingham Palace. There will be numerous other events and celebrations around the capital city. View/Book this Deal >

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        Gold Crest coach short breaks and longer holidays are great value short breaks packed with interesting things to do and fantastic locations. Gold Crest have been operating since 1990 and their coach breaks have evolved in a successful tour company leaving customers coming back each year to enjoy the cheap coach breaks Gold Crest have to offer.

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