In Winchester, William The Conqueror built one of his first castles in England.

The Great Hall is the only surviving part of the castle and it's now home to the legendary King Arthur's Round Table.

The city greatest glory is its Norman Cathedral, with the longest nave in Europe. A place of  worship for over 900 years it's  the burial place of early English Kings and the writer Jane Austen.

The New Forest  is one of the few oak woods is England and was once a hunting ground of Norman Kings. In 1079 , it was named by William The Conqueror, his " new hunting forest".

The 1500 deer, which are one of the forest's great attractions belong to the Crown, while the 3000 shaggy ponies, unique to the area, belong to the commoners.

* Includes a guided tour of Winchester.

** Departure at 8:30am from outside International Students House in Great Portland Street , Returning at 6:30pm 
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