Tour Route: IRELAND, SCOTLAND, ENGLAND 14 DAYS / 13 NIGHTS
Arrival at Dublin airport, reception by guide and transfer to hotel in Dublin. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to visit Dublin, a city with references that go back from its Viking origin to the Victorian Era, passing through Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and O’Connel Street, with statues of Irish liberation heroes and the famous Trinity College University, founded in 1592, with its vast library, where you can find the magnificent Book of Kels, one of the artistic pearls of the Middle Ages. Land of writers James Joyce, Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. Visit the Guinness beer factory. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to visit the Monasterboice. Monasterboice is actually a cemetery containing very old Celtic crosses. The high crosses are in amazing condition and it is a peaceful and contemplative location. Continue to Belfast. Arrival. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to discover the renewed Belfast, which emerged from decades of conflict for a vibrant present and has real gems of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. City tour to visit the City Hall, Queen´s University, the Grand Opera House, the Linehall Library and the Banm Ormeau Gallery, Titanic Quartier, Titanic Ship building site, Belfast Castle and the prominent Saint Anne Cathedral and the rich Stormont area. In the afternoon departure for Edinburgh. Arrival. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to discover this monumental city, located in the so-called Scottish lowlands, including the legendary castle built in the 12th century on a rock where Mary Stuart lived; the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Queen Elizabeth’s official residence; Royal Mille; St Gilles Cathedral; and Parliament. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to the Highlands. Visit to one of the famous Scottish distilleries, Whiskey Edradour, with an explanation of whiskey production, which in Celtic means “water of life”. Visit Blair Castle or Cawdor Castle (connected with Hamlet). Arrival in Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, a picturesque city with the traditions of the Scottish clans. Panoramic walking tour through the center of Inverness, old alleys, the Victorian Castle and local shops. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to Glasgow, passing by Loch Ness, visiting the region where films like “Braveheart” and “Highlander” were made. The famous Loch Ness, which, in addition to being a lake of great beauty, is home to a legendary inhabitant, Nessie, the monster that has been seen by more than 4,000 people since the 6th century. On the way between Loch Ness and Loch Lomond considered the largest lake in Scotland, we will pass Glencoe and Trossachs. Arrival. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure for a panoramic tour of the city, including Glasgow Cathedral, Buchanan Street, City Hall, George Square, a Victorian-style square, the University founded in 1451, and Kelvingrove Park. Continue to Liverpool. Arrival. Accommodation. Dinner.
Possibility of accommodation in the sanctuary. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and panoramic tour of the city, including the main places that inspired the Beatles’ songs, such as Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, and the Cavern Club, where they started their career. Visit to The Beatle Story Experience, a museum dedicated to the history of this unforgettable band. Free afternoon. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to Stratford on the banks of the River Avon, in the heart of the Midlands, one of the most visited cities in England, with free time to enjoy its Tudor-style buildings and visit William Shakespeare’s birthplace. Then departure for Oxford and a brief overview of the world famous city for its university and place in history. Oxford University is the oldest of the English-speaking universities and is considered one of the top 10 in the world. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure to visit Stonehenge, a megalithic monument from the Bronze Age, located on the Salisbury Plain, near Amesbury, in the county of Wiltshire. Then departure for Windsor, widely known as the location of Windsor Castle, the official residences of the British royal family. Panoramic visit to the city and to the Castle and departure to London. Arrival. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and departure for a panoramic city tour to visit Hyde Park, St James Park, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the English Parliament, Westminster Abbey, London Bridge, Piccadilly Circus and the vibrant Oxford and Regent Street theatre area. Accommodation. Dinner.
Breakfast and free day for personal activities. Accommodation. Dinner.
After breakfast, transfer to London International Airport.