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A castle fit for royalty

It would not be a trip to Windsor without a visit to this world-famous castle. Dating back to the 11th century, Windsor Castle has been home to the reigning monarch since the time of Henry I, making it the longest occupied palace in Europe. It in fact it is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world.

Explore the State Apartments, the Semi-State Rooms and St George’s Chapel, which has hosted the nuptials of many royals. Be sure to book your tickets in advance and check opening times ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment.

Not to be missed

The Changing of the Guard ceremony at Windsor Castle is a time-honoured tradition that has captivated spectators for centuries. Make sure you take your spot outside the front of the hotel as the guards pass by. Taking around 30-minutes, as the clock nears 11:00am watch the new guards impeccably attired in their distinctive red tunics and bearskin hats, marching with precision towards the castle. Tourists and locals alike gather for a glimpse of this regal tradition.