The UK Highland Feast
From the fascinating London Burroughs to the English and Scottish highlands, you are simply spoilt for choir in the UK. Get ready to discover the best of all things British with these unique must-see experiences.
Welcome to London! Day one of your adventure brings you to the most legendary sights of London. After settling down , spend some moments at big Ben and the tower bridge to feel the spirit of the city wash over you and move on to the most modern icon of London - The London Eye
Start off by soaking in the rich heritage of the city as you make your way to the Buckingham Palace, the palace of Westminster, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park and of course - the iconic tower of London. Wind down after your eventful day at Piccadilly circus, where you can watch the world go by from one of the many pubs and restaurants that line the streets of this area
Explore London in depth. Catch up on shopping around oxford street or spend some time posing with your favorite celebs at Madame Tussauds wax museum. The city also offers the opportunity to marvel at the marine life from all over the world at the sea life London aquarium. Once you’ve had your fill of the adrenalin rush, wind down with a visit to St Paul’s cathedral. Then, make a quick stop at Harrods, the world’s most famous department store. You’ll get a chance to stock up on your designer wear or just admire the luxurious displays before departing for the airport
While London itself has enormous historical significance, a remarkable chunk of history played out outside its city walls. Rub shoulders with royalty as you leave London for Berkshire to visit the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, Windsor castle. From here, stop at Bath, best known for its hot springs and 18th century architecture besides the eponymous roman-era baths. Finally, arrive at the historic and mysterious Stonehenge and watch the sun go down between the centuries-old rocks
Stand on the meridian line and experience the historic 'home of time' at the royal observatory in Greenwich. Hop over to Cutty Sark, a historic sailing ship used to ferry tea from China to England and top it off with a stunning planetarium show. For an additional dose of history and awe-inspiring architecture, visit St Paul's Cathedral. Climb up the golden gallery for magnificent views of London
Get your wands and wizarding hats out because you will be spending the day getting up close and personal with all things Harry Potter. As you marvel at the studios that gave life to the films, don’t miss out getting a taste of butter beer and all the other treats on offer. If you’re still up for some magic after the action-packed day, take a cruise down the river Thames and dine under the stars
Explore the breath-taking Lake District, whose beautiful scenery has inspired poets and writers for centuries. Spend time along the shores of lake Windermere, the largest lake in England to Grasmere, where William Wordsworth was laid to rest at St. Oswald's church
Enjoy the glorious scenery of the Lake District with a cruise ride across England's largest lake. Then step back in time and board the steam train for a short journey from lakeside to Haverthwaite
Explore the cultural hub of Scotland like a local. From traditional favorites like the People's Palace and George Square to modern icons like the Glasgow botanic gardens and science centre, there is no end to the delightful surprises that Glasgow has to offer. There's plenty for art lovers to admire in the riverside museum, Kelvingrove art gallery and museum and more. Whether you want to scratch the surface or immerse yourself in Scottish culture, Glasgow is the place to start!
Explore vibrant, historic Edinburgh on this day trip. Start big with Edinburgh castle and enjoy scenic views from the hill that has protected the Scots from attack since 1000 ad. Explore some iconic highlights like Holyrood Palace, Calton Hill and the national galleries of Scotland. Stroll among the historic buildings and museums that line the royal mile. If you're up for it, take a small detour to Rosslyn chapel, a mysterious spot that played a central role in the da vinci code
This Scottish highlands tour takes you on a scenic drive from Edinburgh to the fabled loch ness. Get transported back to medieval Scotland as you visit Stirling castle and Doune castle, also recognisable from monty python and the holy grail and the tv series outlander. Stop at the tranquil loch awe and the romantic ruins of Kilchurn castle before continuing toward Inveraray castle on the shores of lake Fyne. Enjoy epic views of Scotland's largest lake from the charming town of luss before returning back to Edinburgh