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7 Days 6 Nights

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Daily Tour

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London (2N) – Manchester (1N) – Windermere (1N) – Edinburgh (3N)

The London and Scotland tour  packages will be one of the most astounding and magnificent places to visit as a tourist. In this 7-day, 6-night London to Scotland tour package, we will also cover cities like Manchester, Windermere, and Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. Everyone would want to go to spend some leisure time and see the wonders of the United Kingdom’s largest metropolis. It is located in the southern section of the United Kingdom and attracts visitors from all over the world for a variety of reasons, one of which is that it is the United Kingdom’s capital city.

Tours of London The hop-on-hop-off trip takes you on a thrilling ride around the ancient City of London, stopping at many palaces, fortresses, museums, and historical places. Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks Museum is another well-known site that attracts visitors like a magnet. It’s something that everyone has heard about or read about in the news. It is a well-known wax museum with wax figures of a wide range of superstars from Hollywood to Bollywood. Tourists flock to this location because life-size wax figures of their favorite celebrities are available for selfies.


  • London Hop on-Hop off tour
  • London Eye
  • Thames River Cruise
  • Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour at Old Trafford
  • Edinburgh Hop on Hop off Tour

Day 1, Arrival in London
Day 1, Arrival in London

Welcome to London, one of the most visited cities in the world, with everything from great history and culture to cutting-edge fashion and cuisine. Meet your car at the airport and transfer to the hotel as you arrive in London. After checking in, spend the remainder of the day sightseeing in the city. Head to Oxford Street, which is home to Selfridges and other prominent department stores, if you're looking for some shopping. A trip to Harrods, the world-famous department store in Knightsbridge, is also a must! London for the night.

Day 2, London Sightseeing
Day 2, London Sightseeing

Begin your exploration of London after breakfast with "THE ORIGINAL LONDON SIGHTSEEING TOUR's" Hop on-Hop off tour on a double decker bus. The tour includes three sightseeing paths that take in all of the major attractions. Walking tours, a Thames River Cruise (one way), and the Kids Club are all included in the ticket. Tickets are good for 24 hours. Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye (entry ticket included), the Thames River Cruise, Madame Tussaud's, the Tower of London, and Piccadilly Circus will all be visited throughout the tour. In the evening, go to Leicester Square in the centre of London, where you'll find much to see and do, including the world's most famous musicals, restaurants, clubs, and everything else that makes London such a bustling city.

Day 3, London – Manchester
Day 3, London – Manchester

Check out and head to the train station to catch your train to Manchester after breakfast. You check into the hotel when you arrive. Manchester is one of the most interesting places in the UK to visit, with a warm welcome extended to everyone. Manchester is rich in art and legacy, and it is just as proud of its music culture as it is of its world-famous football clubs. After that, head to Old Trafford for a tour of the Manchester United Museum and Stadium (1.5 hrs). This tour of Old Trafford and a visit to the official Manchester United Museum will put your Manchester United knowledge to the test. In the Museum and Tour Centre, you may explore historical exhibitions and cutting-edge interactive experiences. A visit to the dressing room and a trip through the tunnel that leads to the pitch will give you an inside peek at the players' daily lives. Imagine stepping onto the field to the noise of thousands of fans, then sitting in the Managers' dugout to gain their perspective. Spend the night in Manchester.

Day 4, Manchester – Windermere
Day 4, Manchester – Windermere

Proceed to the station after 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 shimmering lake, secret valleys, and attractive stone-built cottages that have captured generations of visitors and inspired many notable artists. Windermere for the night Optional: Windermere Lake Cruise From Bowness, take a circular trip with spectacular views of the various islands (Holmes), Lakeland mountains, wooded shorelines, and bays.

Day 5, Windermere - Edinburgh
Day 5, Windermere - Edinburgh

After breakfast, you have the rest of the morning free to explore the village's wonderful surroundings. Windermere Lake, which is fed by multiple rivers, is the largest natural lake in both the Lake District and England. The middle spine of the Windermere Lake area of the Lake District is formed by the long, narrow lake itself. After that, go to the station to catch your train to Edinburgh. You'll be taken to your hotel as soon as you arrive. Hello and welcome to Edinburgh! It is steeped in history and seamlessly integrates old and new, offering residents with the ideal location to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of a diverse and dynamic city. Edinburgh is an award-winning city that offers exceptional cuisine and drink as well as remarkable adventures. Check in and relax for the rest of the day.

Day 6, Edinburgh Sightseeing
Day 6, Edinburgh Sightseeing

Begin your exploration of Edinburgh after breakfast with a Hop on Hop off Tour. Edinburgh, Scotland's capital since the 15th century, stands proudly on seven hills, forming a spectacular skyline for this vibrant global metropolis. What better way to observe this wonderful city than from the vantage point of a City Sightseeing Tour Bus? As you marvel at the impregnable Castle Rock above you and hear about the attempts to conquer Edinburgh Castle, learn about the hangings that took place in the Grass Market. The Royal Mile, which connects Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House, is a must-see. The rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own. Edinburgh will be your home for the night. Optional Tour: 1) Loch Ness,Glen Coe the Highlands (12 hrs) Scotland in a day: Monsters, Mountains, and Massacres Our most popular tour allows you to explore the most of Scotland in a single day! Our great driver-guides will keep you entertained from beginning to end with stories, music, and amazing stops. This route takes you around Loch Ness, through the Cairngorms National Park, via the magnificent Glen Coe, and past Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument. 2) Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky (10 hrs) This journey introduces you to three traditional Scottish ingredients: castles, lochs, and whisky. Explore the majestic castle or stroll through the old streets that surround it. Drive through the Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. Enjoy a Whisky tasting tour at one of Scotland's most beautiful distilleries.

Day 7, Edinburgh – Home

After breakfast, check out and take a private transfer to the airport.

  • 6 nights’ Accommodation
  • Private transfer Airport to London Hotel
  • Private transfer Hotel to Edinburgh Airport
  • London to Manchester – 2nd Class train ticket
  • Manchester to Windermere – 2nd Class train ticket
  • Windermere to Edinburgh – 2nd Class train ticket
  • London Hop on-Hop off tour - 1 Day
  • London Eye (Entrance ticket included)
  • Thames River Cruise – one-way ticket
  • Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour at Old Trafford – entrance ticket
  • Edinburgh Hop on Hop off Tour – 1 Day
  • Airfare and Airport taxes
  • Visa
  • Insurance
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional activities
  • Expenses of Personal nature
  • Any other service not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Portage
  • Tips to Driver & guide
  • Taxes applicable

7 Days 6 Nights


Edinburgh (3N)
London (2N)
Manchester (1N)
Windermere (1N)

Tour's Location

Is there a good time to visit Scotland?

Spring (late March to May) and fall are the ideal seasons to visit Scotland (September to November). Spring temperatures range from 6°C to 15°C, though the Highlands and Cairngorms will still have snow.

What is Scotland's average temperature?

Summers in Scotland are hot and humid, winters are bitterly cold and snowy, and the weather is partially cloudy all year. The temperature normally ranges from 24°F to 85°F throughout the year, with temperatures rarely falling below 11°F or rising over 93°F.

What is Scotland's most widely spoken language?

While English is still the most widely spoken language in Scotland, snatches of Gaelic and Scots can be heard in many parts of the country.

What are the names of the cities in Scotland?

There are seven cities in Scotland and these include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Inverness, Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen.

What is the most visited place in Manchester?

• Manchester Opera House. • Museum of Transport Greater Manchester. • Chinatown. • Whitworth Art Gallery. • Castlefield Urban Heritage Park. • O2 Apollo Manchester. • Albert Square. • Corn Exchange.

What is famous in Manchester?

• Atomic Theory & the Splitting of the Atom. • Railways & Canals. • Emmeline Pankhurst. • Music, The Hacienda & Factory Records. • Manchester United and Manchester City. • Coronation Street. • Textile Industry. • Vimto.

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