11 Days 10 Nights
London (2N) – Manchester (1N) – Windermere (1N) – Edinburgh (2N) – Belfast (2N) – Dublin (2N)
This 11-day, 10-night tour of London, Scotland, and Ireland includes stays in London, Manchester, Windermere, Edinburgh, Belfast, and Dublin.
London is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, featuring shopping, historic sites, architecture, nightlife, and many more attractions. This vacation package includes visits to the most well-known cities in Scotland and Ireland. Windermere is recognised for its lakes and rivers, whereas Edinburgh is known for its food, drink, skyline, and Grass Market. The Causeway and Antrim Coast Tour are two of Belfast’s most recognised attractions.
Greetings from London, one of several largest and most visited cities. From fascinating history and culture to cutting-edge fashion and food, it has everything. When you arrived in London, meet our car at the airport and be transferred to your accommodation. Spend the rest of the day sightseeing in the city after checking in. Head to Oxford Street, which is home to Selfridges and other prominent department stores, if you're ready for those retailing treatment. A trip to Harrods, the world-famous retail chain in Knightsbridge, should be a must! London for the night.
Start your exploration of London following breakfast with "THE ORIGINAL LONDON SIGHTSEEING TOUR's" Hop-on-Hop-off tour on a double-decker bus. The journey includes three viewing paths that take in all of the major attractions. The ticket includes walking tours, a one-way Thames River Cruise, and access to the Kids Club. The passes are only good for 24 hours. The journey will also include stops at Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye (ticket included), the Thames River Cruise, Madame Tussaud's, the Tower of London, and Piccadilly Circus. In the evening, go to Leicester Square in the centre of London, in which you'll find much to do and see, including the world's most famous musicals, restaurants, clubs, plus anything else that contributes to London's frantic pace. For the night, London.
Following brunch, check out now and head to the train to catch your train to Manchester. You go straight to the hotel when you arrive. Manchester is one of the most interesting destinations to visit in the United Kingdom, where everyone is welcomed with open arms. Manchester is a city steeped in culture and history, and it is just as proud of its music scene as it is of its world-class football teams. At Old Trafford, see the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour (1.5 hrs). This tour of Old Trafford and a visit to the official Manchester United Museum will put your Manchester United skills to the test. In the museum and tour centre, explore historical exhibitions and cutting-edge immersive interactions. With a behind-the-scenes peek at the players' daily lives.
Travel to the station following breakfast to board your train to Windermere. As soon as you arrive, proceed to the hotel. Windermere is a major tourist destination in the Lake District National Park, with a dazzling lake, hidden valleys, and picturesque stone-built cottages that already have enchanted generations of visitors and inspired many notable artists. Windermere Overnight
Optional: Windermere Lake Cruise
A fantastic circular cruise from Bowness with fantastic views of the many islands (Holmes), Lakeland mountains, wooded shorelines and bays.
With breakfast, you have the rest of the morning free to discover the village's wonderful surroundings. Windermere Lake is the largest natural lake in both the Lake District and England, with multiple rivers feeding it. The long, thin lake itself forms the central spine of the Lake District's Windermere lake area. After that, go to station to catch your train to Edinburgh.
You go straight to the hotel when you arrive. Hello and welcome to Edinburgh! It's full of history and effortlessly blends old and new, giving it a certain ideal spot for locals to take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of a vibrant city. Edinburgh is an award-winning city that offers exceptional cuisine and drink as well as remarkable adventures. Settle in and then unwind for the remainder of the day. For the night, Edinburgh will be your home.
Following breakfast, continue your discovery of Edinburgh with the Hop On, Hop Off Tour. Edinburgh has been Scotland's capital since the fifteenth century, and it lies above seven hills, creating a stunning skyline for this bustling, multicultural city.
Seen from vantage point of the a City Sightseeing Tour bus, how nicer way of taking in the beauties of this magnificent city? Learn more about public executions that occurred in the Grass Market as you marvel at the impenetrable Castle Rock over you and discover about the efforts to take Edinburgh Castle. The Royal Mile, which connects Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood House Palace, is a must-see. Spend the rest of the day exploring the city yourself. For the night, Edinburgh would be your residence.
1) Loch Ness, Glen Coe & the Highlands (12 hrs).
Scotland in a day: Monsters, Mountains, and Massacres This greatest popular tour allows you to see the most of Scotland in only one day! Our great driver-guides will keep you entertained from beginning to end with stories, music, and amazing stops. On this journey, you'll explore the Cairngorms National Park, Glen Coe, Stirling Castle, and the Wallace Monument, as well as travel the length of Loch Ness.
2) Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky (10 hrs)
This guided tour castles, lochs, and whiskey, which are all traditional Scottish elements. Explore the majestic castle or take a stroll through the old alleys surrounding it. Travel through the Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. Enjoy a whiskey sampling tour for one of Scotland's most beautiful distilleries.
Start taking your transfer to Edinburgh airport following breakfast to catch thier flight to Belfast. Our driver will greet guests at Belfast Airport and transport guests to the hotel. Including its blend of Victorian grandeur, industrial grit, and living history, this modern city is an eclectic stew of cultural riches. A cultural hotspot with history, exquisite dining, breathtaking landscapes, and even the Ship of Dreams. Come up to Belfast and feel the pulse of the city! Settle in and relax for the rest of the day. Belfast for the night.
Begin your exploration of Belfast with such an open-top double-decker bus on this hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour following breakfast. Make your personal experience using your 1-day pass, which includes visits to HMS Caroline, the Wall Murals in the Falls and Crumlin Roads, St George's Market, Belfast City Hall, Shankill Memorial Garden, and more. Unhindered sights, lively onboard commentary, and a custom route are all included. Your Titanic Belfast admission ticket is included. A self-guided journey of nine interactive exhibitions covering the Titanic's entire history, as well as access to the SS Nomadic. For the night, Belfast
1) Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour (9.5 hrs.)
The Giants' Causeway, Ireland's only World Heritage Site, seems to be the tour's showpiece. Take considerable time there climbing over the old stones, taking photos, and learning about the myths and legends that surround this world-famous landmark. The schedule also includes Carrickfergus Castle and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Once you reach to the Bushmills Distillery, you have the option of browsing the bookshop or heading directly to the bar for a quick taste of the renowned Irish whiskey!
2) Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour (9 hrs.)
This is a fully oriented, all-day tour taking in the finest of the Game of Thrones filmmaking places on the beautiful North Antrim coast. The trip winds past and takes in other well-known locations of Westeros, despite the fact that there are seven set halting points. When you visit us for a memorable day touring several of Northern Ireland's primary Game of Thrones production locations, you'll get such a fresh look at the breathtaking countryside featured as the series' backdrop.
After breakfast, you can check out and head to the station to catch your train to Dublin. Upon arrival, proceed to the hotel and settle in. Greetings to Dublin, a vibrant capital city that seems as small as a village and as welcoming as your neighbourhood Irish bar. This city is an experience in and of itself, with its flawless blend of classic tourist sights, an excellent social life, and the natural playgrounds of Dublin Bay and the Dublin Mountains enclosing it on all sides. The rest of the day is free to do as you please. Dublin for the night.
Following breakfast, continue your exploration of Dublin, Ireland's capital, by riding an open-top double-decker bus through the town. Visit the National Museum of Archaeology and History and the National Gallery of Art. Get off at Trinity College, wonder at Christ Church Cathedral, or visit The Dublinia to see displays from Dublin's rich past. St. Patrick's Cathedral, which is available to the public, is likewise rich in history and architecture. For anyone who enjoys the perfect pint, a trip to the Guinness Storehouse should be a must. Similarly, visitors to the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin can sample Irish whiskey. Dublin for the night
Optional Tour: Cliffs of Moher Tour (10 hrs)
Beautiful, rolling green hills, pots of gold, and mischievous leprechauns are all things Ireland is famous for. It is, though, famous for another one: its stunning cliff edges. Join us as you explore the Cliffs of Moher, one among Ireland's Seven Wonders. Pay a visit to the Wild Atlantic and you'll be rewarded with spectacular and exhalation views are really nothing short of breathtaking. First and foremost, our tour brings you to one of Ireland's most beautiful natural sites. After that, we'll visit the charming village of Doolin, the Burren National Park, and Galway City.
Following breakfast, pack out and take a private transport to the Dublin airport.
During March and May, or September to November, is the greatest season to visit Ireland since it is not as busy as it is in the summer, so it's not as chilly as it does in the winter. Ireland, on the other hand, does have a pleasant, temperate temperature, and while it might be rainy at times, you can come all year.
London and Ireland are 556 kilometres apart.
Scotland is normally much cooler than the rest of the UK. When the weather is bad, it's a lot worse than Ireland.
Because of the UK's good and vast rail infrastructure, Scotland was very well to London. For example, if you book ahead of time, the train ride from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh can take as little as 4 hours 20 minutes and cost as little as £40 one way.
Scotland's restrictions on travel for visitors entering from outside the country expired at 4 a.m. on Friday, March 18. You do not need to: If you arrive in Scotland after this time, you do not need to: Fill out the Passenger Locator Form. Take any COVID-19 tests before you leave or only after you arrive in Scotland.