Chertsey - Kingston-Oxford - Chertsey - 284 Km - 58 Locks - 50 h of boating - 14 Nights (2 weeks)
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From Cherstey at Hampton Court, 11 km, 3 lock(s), 2.1 h of boating
Steps : Cherstey Hampton Court
Hampton Court
The Hampton Court Palace, built in 1514, is a haunted castle.
Chertsey
This small town with its old stone bridge from 1780, is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way ticket to Benson.
From Hampton Court at Cherstey, 21 km, 5 lock(s), 3.8 h of boating
Steps : Hampton Court Kingston upon Thames Hampton Court Cherstey
Hampton Court
The Hampton Court Palace, built in 1514, is a haunted castle.
Kingston upon Thames
In the center of this town of 43,000 inhabitants you will find numerous shopping centers, including "The Bentall Center" and the beautiful church due Chruch All Saints.
Chertsey
This small town with its old stone bridge from 1780, is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way ticket to Benson.
From Cherstey at Windsor, 13 km, 3 lock(s), 2.3 h of boating
Steps : Cherstey Staines Upon Thames Windsor
Windsor
One of the homes of the royal family, the castle is a fortress of more than 1,000 rooms and 52 000 m2.
Staines Upon Thames
This step will allow you to stroll through the shopping streets of this city of 18,000 inhabitants.
Chertsey
This small town with its old stone bridge from 1780, is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way ticket to Benson.
Thorpe Park
In this theme park at 2 km of the Thames, you will find many attractions sensation.
Legoland
This park dedicated to Legos opened in 1996. All the beauties of England are played with Legos.
From Windsor at Marlow, 26 km, 6 lock(s), 4.7 h of boating
Steps : Windsor Marlow
Marlow
This town of 14,000 inhabitants is a very pleasant stop in peace with all boat to reach the shops.
Eton
This college of 1,300 students, founded in 1441, has a remarkable architecture.
Windsor
One of the homes of the royal family, the castle is a fortress of more than 1,000 rooms and 52 000 m2.
Cliveden
Cliveden is a magnificent castle of Italian style which was built between 1666 and 1851, a mandatory stop.
Legoland
This park dedicated to Legos opened in 1996. All the beauties of England are played with Legos.
From Marlow at Reading, 28 km, 7 lock(s), 5.1 h of boating
Steps : Marlow Henley-on-Thames Reading
Reading Abbey
This ruined abbey dates from the 12th century, it was destroyed in 1538. You will also find in Reading Abbey Gateway, which forms a gate at the entrance of the city.
Henley on Thames
2 interesting monuments in Henley on Thames, the Fawley Court, a fortified 17th century manor and Temple Island, a temple built in 1771 by James Wyatt.
Marlow
This town of 14,000 inhabitants is a very pleasant stop in peace with all boat to reach the shops.
Sonning Blue Coat School
The most imposing building of Sonning is the Blue Coat School. This institution founded in 1646 welcomes more than 700 students.
From Reading at Benson, 26 km, 4 lock(s), 4.3 h of boating
Steps : Reading Mapledurham Pangbourne Goring Benson
Goring
You will find near Goring on Thames, many "boathouses" where the owners stored their boat.
Mapledurham
A Mapledurham you will find a magnificent stately 16th century.
Reading Abbey
This ruined abbey dates from the 12th century, it was destroyed in 1538. You will also find in Reading Abbey Gateway, which forms a gate at the entrance of the city.
Pangbourne
The college is the most important monument in Pangbourne. Built in 1917, it houses about 420 students.
Benson
This little girl is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way towards Chertsey.
Wallingford
This small town has ruins of a castle built in the 11th century and partially destroyed in 1645, it remains today a few laps.
From Benson at Abingdon, 20 km, 2 lock(s), 3.1 h of boating
Steps : Benson Dorchester Abingdon
Abingdon
This city of over 30 000 inhabitants has the second largest church of England, St. Helen Church.
Dorchester
This has, the main tourist attraction is the Abbey is a very pleasant stop with all comoditées boat reach.
Benson
This little girl is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way towards Chertsey.
From Abingdon at Abingdon, 26 km, 6 lock(s), 4.7 h of boating
Steps : Abingdon Oxford Abingdon
Oxford
Oxford has the oldest university Anglo-Saxon. The city has many stores and many sites to visit. More than a few hours, there must be at least half a day to explore at least some of this city.
Abingdon
This city of over 30 000 inhabitants has the second largest church of England, St. Helen Church.
From Abingdon at Benson, 20 km, 2 lock(s), 3.1 h of boating
Steps : Abingdon Dorchester Benson
Abingdon
This city of over 30 000 inhabitants has the second largest church of England, St. Helen Church.
Dorchester
This has, the main tourist attraction is the Abbey is a very pleasant stop with all comoditées boat reach.
Benson
This little girl is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way towards Chertsey.
From Benson at Reading, 26 km, 4 lock(s), 4.3 h of boating
Steps : Benson Goring Pangbourne Mapledurham Reading
Goring
You will find near Goring on Thames, many "boathouses" where the owners stored their boat.
Mapledurham
A Mapledurham you will find a magnificent stately 16th century.
Reading Abbey
This ruined abbey dates from the 12th century, it was destroyed in 1538. You will also find in Reading Abbey Gateway, which forms a gate at the entrance of the city.
Pangbourne
The college is the most important monument in Pangbourne. Built in 1917, it houses about 420 students.
Benson
This little girl is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way towards Chertsey.
Wallingford
This small town has ruins of a castle built in the 11th century and partially destroyed in 1645, it remains today a few laps.
From Reading at Henley-on-Thames, 16 km, 4 lock(s), 2.9 h of boating
Steps : Reading Henley-on-Thames
Reading Abbey
This ruined abbey dates from the 12th century, it was destroyed in 1538. You will also find in Reading Abbey Gateway, which forms a gate at the entrance of the city.
Henley on Thames
2 interesting monuments in Henley on Thames, the Fawley Court, a fortified 17th century manor and Temple Island, a temple built in 1771 by James Wyatt.
Sonning Blue Coat School
The most imposing building of Sonning is the Blue Coat School. This institution founded in 1646 welcomes more than 700 students.
From Henley-on-Thames at Marlow, 12 km, 3 lock(s), 2.2 h of boating
Steps : Henley-on-Thames Marlow
Henley on Thames
2 interesting monuments in Henley on Thames, the Fawley Court, a fortified 17th century manor and Temple Island, a temple built in 1771 by James Wyatt.
Marlow
This town of 14,000 inhabitants is a very pleasant stop in peace with all boat to reach the shops.
From Marlow at Windsor, 26 km, 6 lock(s), 4.7 h of boating
Steps : Marlow Windsor
Marlow
This town of 14,000 inhabitants is a very pleasant stop in peace with all boat to reach the shops.
Eton
This college of 1,300 students, founded in 1441, has a remarkable architecture.
Windsor
One of the homes of the royal family, the castle is a fortress of more than 1,000 rooms and 52 000 m2.
Cliveden
Cliveden is a magnificent castle of Italian style which was built between 1666 and 1851, a mandatory stop.
Legoland
This park dedicated to Legos opened in 1996. All the beauties of England are played with Legos.
From Windsor at Cherstey, 13 km, 3 lock(s), 2.3 h of boating
Steps : Windsor Staines Upon Thames Cherstey
Windsor
One of the homes of the royal family, the castle is a fortress of more than 1,000 rooms and 52 000 m2.
Staines Upon Thames
This step will allow you to stroll through the shopping streets of this city of 18,000 inhabitants.
Chertsey
This small town with its old stone bridge from 1780, is the starting point for cruises of one week or more-way ticket to Benson.
Thorpe Park
In this theme park at 2 km of the Thames, you will find many attractions sensation.
Legoland
This park dedicated to Legos opened in 1996. All the beauties of England are played with Legos.

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