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London Scotland Ireland Tour Packages – UK Tour Package – 12 Days 11 Nights

London, UK
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Duration

12 Days 11 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English

London (2N) – Glasgow (1N) – Inverness (2N) – Edinburgh (2N) – Belfast (2N) –   Dublin (2N)

 By buying this London, Scotland, and Ireland travel package, you may enjoy famous shopping on Oxford Street, a Thames River cruise, the London Eye, Madame Tussaud’s, Scotland’s nightlife, and many other attractions.

 

Scotland is rich in cultural legacy, which makes visiting museums and viewing stunning paintings at art galleries a pleasurable experience.

 

In this 12 day, 11-night London, Scotland, Ireland vacation package, you can visit the Giants Causeway in Ireland, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or tour Game of Thrones filming locations along the picturesque North Antrim coast.

 

There are plenty of things to explore on this tour. To do so, please go through our special London, Scotland, and Ireland holiday package itinerary.

 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • London Hop on-Hop off tour
  • London Eye
  • Thames River Cruise
  • Glasgow Hop on Hop off
  • Inverness Hop on Hop off Tour
  • Edinburgh Hop on Hop off Tour
  • Belfast Hop on Hop off Tour
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Dublin Hop on Hop off Tour

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



Welcome to London, among the most traveled places 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. If you're looking for some retail therapy, head to Oxford Street, which is home to Selfridges and other major department stores. 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 following breakfast with the "THE Classic LONDON Guided tours TOUR's" Hop on-Hop off tour on a double decker bus. Three tourist tours are available, each of which covers all of the major landmarks. Walking tours, a one-way Thames River Cruise, and a Kids Club are all included in the admission price. The tickets have a 24-hour validity. 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 will all be visited throughout the tour. In the evening, head to Leicester Square in the centre of London, where you'll find much to see and do, including the world's greatest musicals, eateries, clubs, etc that made London one such bustling city.

Day 3, London – Glasgow
Day 3, London – Glasgow

Check out and proceed to the railway station to join your train to Glasgow after brunch. When you arrive, go straight to the hotel. Glasgow is a city that offers a diverse choice of activities from dawn to twilight and late into the night.

Scotland's largest city is vibrant, edgy, and full of personality, making it a must-see for nightlife, culture, and gastronomy, as well as ideal for nature lovers. Check in and spend the remainder of the day at your leisure. Glasgow, overnight.

Day 4, Glasgow – Inverness
Day 4, Glasgow – Inverness

After an early breakfast, this hop-on, hop-off tour of Glasgow allows you to explore the city's main attractions at your own leisure. Explore the city's rich cultural past in museums and marvel at beautiful masterpieces in art galleries. Take a stroll through the beautiful parks and marvel at the flora inside the botanical gardens. Then, return to the hotel to collect your belongings and depart for Glasgow train station.

You will be astounded by Inverness as a city and by this breathtakingly gorgeous portion of Scotland! Inverness is the Scottish Highlands' true heart and transportation hub. A tight, cosmopolitan city with a lot of heart, with all of the Highlands' treasures right on its doorstep—that's a pretty good mix! Check

Day 5, Inverness
Day 5, Inverness

After breakfast, take an open-top double-decker bus tour of Inverness, which will take you from the ancient street linking Castle and Kirk, where the oldest structure, Abertarff House, is located, to the literally just finished Highland Archive Centre. McBeth, Robert the Bruce, Mary, Queen of Scots, and Bonnie Prince Charlie all lived in castles in Inverness over the ages. St Andrews Cathedral is one of the many churches to visit.

The tour emphasises Tomnahurich Hill and the Caledonian Canal on the city's western fringes, where you may get off for a Jacobite Cruise on Loch Ness before ascending to the higher terrain for superb panoramic views of Kessock Bridge, the Black Isle, and the Inverness Firth out to Fort William.

Optional: The Isle of Skye & Eilean Donan Castle (11 hrs)
Skye, Eilian Donan, and Loch Ness are three of Scotland's treasures. This one-day trip takes you to the Isle of Skye via some of Scotland's most renowned scenery, including Loch Ness and Eilean Donan Castle. After that, you'll get a taste of everything this amazing place has to offer before going home via the stunning Black Isle.

Day 6, Inverness – Edinburgh



Check out and proceed to the train station to join your train to Edinburgh following breakfast. Arrived to the hotel and checked in. Hello and welcome to Edinburgh! It is steeped in history and seamlessly merges old and new, making it the ideal location for locals to take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of a diverse and active 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. Edinburgh is where you will spend the night.

Day 7, Edinburgh
Day 7, Edinburgh

Begin your exploration of Edinburgh with the Hop On, Hop Off Tour after breakfast. Since the 15th century, Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland, and it sits firmly atop seven hills, producing a spectacular skyline for this vibrant, multicultural city. What better way to take in the sights of this beautiful city than from the vantage point of a City Sightseeing Tour bus? Learn about the hangings that took place in the Grass Market as you marvel at the impenetrable Castle Rock above you in the hear about the efforts to take Edinburgh Castle. The Royal Mile, which connects Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood House Palace, a must. Spend the rest of the day exploring the city independently. For the night, Edinburgh will be your home.

Optional: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky (10 hrs)

This journey includes three traditional Scottish ingredients: castles, lochs, and whiskey. Explore the majestic castle or take a stroll through the old alleys surrounding it. Drive through the Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. Enjoy a Whisky tasting tour at one of Scotland's most beautiful distilleries.

Day 8, Edinburgh - Belfast
Day 8, Edinburgh - Belfast

Take your transfer to Edinburgh airport after breakfast to catch your flight to Belfast. At Belfast Airport, your driver will meet you and transfer you to your accommodation. This modern city is an eclectic stew of cultural richness, with its blend of Victorian grandeur, industrial roughness, and living history. History, fine gastronomy, gorgeous vistas, and even the Ship of Dreams make this a cultural centre. Begin to Belfast and get a sense of the city's pulse! Check in and then unwind for the remainder of the day. Belfast for the night.

Day 9, Belfast

Following breakfast, enjoy an open double-decker bus ride of Belfast on this hop-on, hop-off sightseeing trip. With your 1-day pass, you can see HMS Caroline, the Wall Murals along the Falls and Crumlin Roads, St George's Market, Belfast City Hall, Shankill Memorial Garden, and other attractions. A bespoke route, unrestricted sights, and entertaining aboard commentaries were included. The entrance pass to the Titanic Belfast is included. A soul tour of nine engaging exhibitions covering the Titanic's entire history, as well as access to the SS Nomadic. For the night, Belfast

Optionals:

1) Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour (9.5 hrs.)

The Giants' Causeway, Ireland's only World Heritage Site, is the tour's highlight. Spend a little time here hiking over the old stones, taking photos, and learning about the myths and legends that surround this world-famous landmark. Carrickfergus Castle and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge are also on the itinerary. When we arrive at the Bushmills Distillery, you can browse the gift shop or go straight to the bar for a quick taste of the famed Irish whiskey!

2) Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour (9 hrs.)

This professionally guided all-day tour visits the most iconic Game of Thrones filming locations along the picturesque North Antrim coast. Despite the fact that there are seven designated halting sites, the journey winds past and takes in additional well-known Westeros locations. You'll get a personal glimpse at the gorgeous scenery served as the series' backdrop when you join us for a memorable day exploring some of Northern Ireland's key Game of Thrones shooting locations.

Day 10, Belfast – Dublin
 Day 10, Belfast – Dublin

Check out and go to the station to catch your rail to Dublin following breakfast. Upon arrival, continue to the hotel and check in. Welcome to Dublin, a vibrant capital city that seems as little as a village and as welcoming as your neighbourhood Irish bar. This laid-back city is an experience in and of itself, with its seamless blend of traditional visitor sights, superb social life, and 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

Day 11, Dublin
Day 11, Dublin

Begin your exploration of Dublin, Ireland's capital, with breakfast. View the city from the top of a double-decker open-top bus. Visit at National Museums of Archaeology and History or the National Gallery of Art. Take a stop at Trinity College, marvel at Christ Church Cathedral, or examine exhibitions of Dublin's rich history at The Dublinia. St. Patrick's Cathedral is also open to visitors and has a rich history and architecture. For everyone who enjoys the perfect pint, a trip to the Guinness Storehouse is a must. Alternatively, budding whiskey tasters might try some Irish whiskey at The Old Jameson Distillery. Dublin for the night

Optional: Cliffs of Moher Tour (10 hrs.)

Ireland is known for its beautiful rolling green hills, gold pots, and mischievous leprechauns. It is, however, known for something else: its spectacular cliff edges. Come us as you explore the Cliffs of Moher, was one Ireland's Seven Wonders. Take a day trip to the Wild Atlantic and you'll be greeted with stunning and breath-taking views that are nothing short of spectacular. Our tour begins with a visit to one of Ireland's most magnificent natural places. We'll also go to the lovely village of Doolin, the Burren National Park, and Galway City.

Day 12, Dublin – Home

Check out of the hotel and take a private transfer to the airport after breakfast.

  • 11 nights’ Accommodation
  • Private transfer London Airport to London Hotel
  • Private transfer Hotel to Edinburgh Airport
  • Private transfer Airport to Belfast Hotel
  • Private transfer Hotel to Dublin Airport
  • London to Glasgow – 2nd Class Train ticket
  • Glasgow to Inverness – 2nd Class Train ticket
  • Inverness to Edinburgh – 2nd Class Train ticket
  • Belfast to Dublin – 2nd Class Train ticket
  • London Hop on-Hop off tour – 1 Day
  • London Eye ticket
  • Thames River Cruise – one-way ticket
  • Glasgow Hop on Hop off – 1 Day
  • Inverness Hop on Hop off Tour –1 Day
  • Edinburgh Hop on Hop off Tour – 1 Day
  • Belfast Hop on Hop off Tour - 1 Day
  • Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket
  • Dublin 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

12 Days 11 Nights

English

Belfast (2N)
Dublin (2N)
Edinburgh (2N)
Glasgow (1N)
Inverness (2N)
London (2N)

Tour's Location

London, UK

How much would a trip of London consider taking?
While most of the major sights in London can be seen in two days, I recommend spending at least three to four days in the city for first-time visitors. It should give you enough chance to get to know the city, see the famous landmarks, and see some of London's more famous tourist sites.
What is the weather like in London at different times of the year?
Summers in London are short, pleasant, and partially cloudy, whereas winters are long, bitterly cold, windy, and generally cloudy.
What kind of plug adapter do I need in London?
So because voltage in England is varied, if your device isn't dual voltage, use a power converter and double-check that it will operate with a 50hz electrical outlet. If the gadget runs on 230 volts or is dual voltage, as well as the plug fits into a British power outlet, this should work without the need for a plug adaptor in England.
Is Ireland an independent country or does it belong to the United Kingdom?
Independence entailed the division of the country, just as it did in India. Northern Ireland is still part of the United Kingdom, despite the fact that Ireland declared a republic in 1949.
What does Ireland have a famous for?
Ireland is recognised for its delectable cuisine, which includes anything from Irish stew to beef and Guinness pie. With a long history of dairy, sheep, and cattle farms around the country, customers can be confident that our food is of the highest quality, freshest, and most nutritious.
And what's the favourite food of the Irish?
Traditional potato meals are still popular, and potatoes are still a mainstay at most mealtimes. Colcannon is a traditional Irish mash made with potatoes, cabbage (or kale), buttery (or cream), with red onion.
What is the language of the Ireland?
The main language of the Republic of Ireland are English and Gaeilge (Irish). The mellow melodies of Ullans can be heard across Northern Ireland (Ulster-Scots). Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) regions are mostly found along the west coast, in which the language is extensively spoken.
What are the most well-known characteristics of Scotland?
When people think of Scotland, beautiful and historic castles are one of the first things that spring to mind. The country is synonymous with this wonderful and symbolic fairytale image, from well-preserved castles to understated ruins.

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