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10/13 Days Wonders of Britain and Ireland

Tour Code: EGI10/13

Dates & Rates

Highlights

  • Direct routing; more sightseeing attractions and less traveling time.
  • 2-night stay each in Edinburgh and Dublin; more shopping and leisure time.
  • Touring the Scottish Highlands, Europe's most attractive natural scenic route

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Home City ✈️ London
Depart from Home City to London, the capital of Great Britain.

Day 2: London
The afternoon city tour includes a visit to the Tower of London, a historic fortress where a wide array of exhibits, including the jewels of the British Royal families, is on display. Later on, walk along the Regent and Oxford streets for shopping. Chinese cuisines including roasted duck will be served at dinner. (D)
Hotel: The Towers Hotel or similar

Day 3: London – Stonehenge – Bath (City Tour)
It starts off with a stop at Stonehenge where there are gigantic boulders, the formation of which still remains an intriguing mystery. After witnessing the world’s rare architectural remains, coach to the City of Bath, renowned for its Roman relics. (B/D)
Hotel: Mercure Hotel or similar

Day 4: Bath – Oxford (City Tour) – Bicester Village – Stratford Upon Avon
Coach to Oxford and tour around the individual colleges. The Christchurch College is the best known college, because it was where the movie “Harry Porter” was filmed. Then, shopping at Bicester Village. Next attraction is a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare, the literary maestro, was born. (B/D)
Hotel: Stratford Manor Hotel or similar

Day 5: Stratford – Manchester (City Tour) – Leeds
Coach to Manchester to visit the world famous Manchester United stadium “Old Trafford”. A wide array of exhibits, including trophies won over the years is on display. In the afternoon, proceed to Leeds for dinner at a local restaurant. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 6: Leeds – York(City Tour) – Lake District – Edinburgh
Proceed to York. The famous iconic spot is the York Minster, a magnificent Gothic cathedral well known for its stained glass, Five Sisters Window and Rose Window. Later on, coach to lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The next stop is Grasmere, the burial ground of the poet William Wordsworth. Afterwards, contine to Edinburgh, the ancient capital of Scotland. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 7: Edinburgh (City Tour) – At Leisure
The city tour includes a visit to the Calton Hill which commands a superb view of the city of Edinburgh. A tour inside the Edinburgh Castle will follow. Later on, proceed to St. Giles Cathedral and Royal Mile, the location of many iconic buildings and gift shops. The final visit will be the Whisky Distillery. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 8: Edinburgh – St Andrews – Inverness or Aviemore
The tour continues to St. Andrews, where the oldest university of Scotland is situated. The town is also renowned as the “Home of Golf”. It is one of the most ancient golf clubs in history, and the “Old Course” in the club was built in 1574. Then, visit the British Golf Museum where, on display, are over 500 years of golfing history. Proceed to Inverness on Aviemore. (B/D)
Hotel: Macdonald Hotel or similar

Day 9: Inverness or Aviemore – Loch Ness – Scottish Highlands – Glasgow
Proceed to the majestic Loch Ness on the boat ride. Maybe all will be fortunate enough to have an encounter of the legendary lake monster – the “Nessie”. Continue to the Scottish Highlands where the magni_cent view will greet us all. After reaching Glasgow, visit the cathedral built in the 12th century. (B/D)
Hotel: Hallmark Hotel or similar

Day 10: Glasgow ✈️ Home City
For 11-day tour members, we will arrange departure transfer to the airport on Day 11 for you at the designated time and wish you a pleasant homeward flight.
(B)


Day 10: Glasgow – Belfast (City Tour)
Cross the Irish Sea by ferry and disembark at Belfast, the capital of North Ireland. The Belfast Castle, the most ancient building in Belfast displays to all the luxurious Scottish architecture. The Titanic Exhibition Hall will be the next attraction. The famous but ill-fated luxurious carrier, the Titanic, was built in Belfast and launched in 1912. (B/D)
Hotel: Stormont Hotel or similar

Day 11: Belfast – Giant Causeway – Derry (Londonderry) – Dublin
Coach along the Antrim Coast to Giant Causeway which was formed by an ancient volcanic eruption. Before reaching Dublin, a short visit will be made to Londonderry. After photo-taking at the Bloody Sunday Memorial in Bogside where 14 civilians were killed by British soldiers in 1972, all will proceed to Dublin. (B/D)
Hotel: Croke Park Hotel or similar

Day 12: Dublin (City Tour) ~ At Leisure
Visit to the Trinity College, the status of which stands on par with that of Cambridge University and Oxford University. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, built in the 5th century, will be the next attraction, followed by a visit to Guinness Brewery, where all will be treated to a taste of the world-famous Guinness Stout. (B/D)
Hotel: Croke Park Hotel or similar

Day 13: Dublin ✈️ Home City
Transfer to airport for a pleasant homeward flight. (B)

➢Summer and Winter itineraries may vary, please download the itinerary for each season.

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Remarks

* Departure Cities: LAX / SFO / SEA / PDX / HOU / DFW, other departure cities please contact for more information.
* Weekend surcharge (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) $30 each way; ticket valid: 30 days
* Taxes and Fuel Surcharge listed above may change according to airlines’ policy and will confirm during ticketing.
* The above tour fares are based on US Dollar; two (2) adults sharing one (1) room. 
* Child rate based on 85% of above Adult’s rate, for ages two (2) to eleven (11), share room with two (2) adults; No extra bed included.
* $20 discount will be applied to each member of a triple occupancy room.
* Fare includes: daily hotel accommodation; International airfare and all listed transportation arrangements; 
all listed tour itineraries, tickets, and meals; professional tour guides and drivers.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

  • Direct routing; more sightseeing attractions and less traveling time.
  • 2-night stay each in Edinburgh and Dublin; more shopping and leisure time.
  • Touring the Scottish Highlands, Europe's most attractive natural scenic route

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Home City ✈️ London
Depart from Home City to London, the capital of Great Britain.

Day 2: London
The afternoon city tour includes a visit to the Tower of London, a historic fortress where a wide array of exhibits, including the jewels of the British Royal families, is on display. Later on, walk along the Regent and Oxford streets for shopping. Chinese cuisines including roasted duck will be served at dinner. (D)
Hotel: The Towers Hotel or similar

Day 3: London – Stonehenge – Bath (City Tour)
It starts off with a stop at Stonehenge where there are gigantic boulders, the formation of which still remains an intriguing mystery. After witnessing the world’s rare architectural remains, coach to the City of Bath, renowned for its Roman relics. (B/D)
Hotel: Mercure Hotel or similar

Day 4: Bath – Oxford (City Tour) – Bicester Village – Stratford Upon Avon
Coach to Oxford and tour around the individual colleges. The Christchurch College is the best known college, because it was where the movie “Harry Porter” was filmed. Then, shopping at Bicester Village. Next attraction is a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare, the literary maestro, was born. (B/D)
Hotel: Stratford Manor Hotel or similar

Day 5: Stratford – Manchester (City Tour) – Leeds
Coach to Manchester to visit the world famous Manchester United stadium “Old Trafford”. A wide array of exhibits, including trophies won over the years is on display. In the afternoon, proceed to Leeds for dinner at a local restaurant. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 6: Leeds – York(City Tour) – Lake District – Edinburgh
Proceed to York. The famous iconic spot is the York Minster, a magnificent Gothic cathedral well known for its stained glass, Five Sisters Window and Rose Window. Later on, coach to lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The next stop is Grasmere, the burial ground of the poet William Wordsworth. Afterwards, contine to Edinburgh, the ancient capital of Scotland. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 7: Edinburgh (City Tour) – At Leisure
The city tour includes a visit to the Calton Hill which commands a superb view of the city of Edinburgh. A tour inside the Edinburgh Castle will follow. Later on, proceed to St. Giles Cathedral and Royal Mile, the location of many iconic buildings and gift shops. The final visit will be the Whisky Distillery. (B/D)
Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 8: Edinburgh – St Andrews – Inverness or Aviemore
The tour continues to St. Andrews, where the oldest university of Scotland is situated. The town is also renowned as the “Home of Golf”. It is one of the most ancient golf clubs in history, and the “Old Course” in the club was built in 1574. Then, visit the British Golf Museum where, on display, are over 500 years of golfing history. Proceed to Inverness on Aviemore. (B/D)
Hotel: Macdonald Hotel or similar

Day 9: Inverness or Aviemore – Loch Ness – Scottish Highlands – Glasgow
Proceed to the majestic Loch Ness on the boat ride. Maybe all will be fortunate enough to have an encounter of the legendary lake monster – the “Nessie”. Continue to the Scottish Highlands where the magni_cent view will greet us all. After reaching Glasgow, visit the cathedral built in the 12th century. (B/D)
Hotel: Hallmark Hotel or similar

Day 10: Glasgow ✈️ Home City
For 11-day tour members, we will arrange departure transfer to the airport on Day 11 for you at the designated time and wish you a pleasant homeward flight.
(B)


Day 10: Glasgow – Belfast (City Tour)
Cross the Irish Sea by ferry and disembark at Belfast, the capital of North Ireland. The Belfast Castle, the most ancient building in Belfast displays to all the luxurious Scottish architecture. The Titanic Exhibition Hall will be the next attraction. The famous but ill-fated luxurious carrier, the Titanic, was built in Belfast and launched in 1912. (B/D)
Hotel: Stormont Hotel or similar

Day 11: Belfast – Giant Causeway – Derry (Londonderry) – Dublin
Coach along the Antrim Coast to Giant Causeway which was formed by an ancient volcanic eruption. Before reaching Dublin, a short visit will be made to Londonderry. After photo-taking at the Bloody Sunday Memorial in Bogside where 14 civilians were killed by British soldiers in 1972, all will proceed to Dublin. (B/D)
Hotel: Croke Park Hotel or similar

Day 12: Dublin (City Tour) ~ At Leisure
Visit to the Trinity College, the status of which stands on par with that of Cambridge University and Oxford University. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, built in the 5th century, will be the next attraction, followed by a visit to Guinness Brewery, where all will be treated to a taste of the world-famous Guinness Stout. (B/D)
Hotel: Croke Park Hotel or similar

Day 13: Dublin ✈️ Home City
Transfer to airport for a pleasant homeward flight. (B)

➢Summer and Winter itineraries may vary, please download the itinerary for each season.

Images

Remarks

* Departure Cities: LAX / SFO / SEA / PDX / HOU / DFW, other departure cities please contact for more information.
* Weekend surcharge (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) $30 each way; ticket valid: 30 days
* Taxes and Fuel Surcharge listed above may change according to airlines’ policy and will confirm during ticketing.
* The above tour fares are based on US Dollar; two (2) adults sharing one (1) room. 
* Child rate based on 85% of above Adult’s rate, for ages two (2) to eleven (11), share room with two (2) adults; No extra bed included.
* $20 discount will be applied to each member of a triple occupancy room.
* Fare includes: daily hotel accommodation; International airfare and all listed transportation arrangements; 
all listed tour itineraries, tickets, and meals; professional tour guides and drivers.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

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