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08 Days


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  • Itinerary

    DAY 01: London - Cambridge - Yorkshire 

    Welcome to your tour of Great Britain! Today, you will fill your lungs with fresh, English countryside air, as you depart the city of London, and head to where the grass is greener. Arriving in Cambridge, your first adventure will have you punting along the river in traditional style, taking in the stunning scenery and epic, historical buildings in the most relaxing way. Simply wonderful! The afternoon sees you continuing your rural journey towards York, a mecca for history buffs and lovers of fine architecture and culture. Your walking tour offers fascinating insights, stories and history of the city. Tonight, you will enjoy dinner in a traditional British pub - plenty of choices on the menu, including English favourites such as fish and chips or bangers and mash (delicious sausages and creamy mashed potatoes). 
    Cambridge River Punting. We visit this historic city renowned for its leading university. Savour the history and marvellous views as we punt along the river. Walking tour of York. Take a walking tour round this historic walled city with your EE tour leader. 
    Ibis York Centre Hotel, Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre 
    Other Foods to try 
    Yorkshire is home to the pudding of the same name -a side dish made from batter consisting of eggs, flour, and milk. The dish is sometimes served with beef and gravy and is a staple of the traditional British Sunday roast. 
    Included: Dinner in a traditional British pub 
    Exclude  breakfast and lunch 

    DAY02 Hadrian's Wall - Jedburgh – Edinburgh

    Get ready to experience places of historical battles, religious significance, ancient architecture and royal ruins. Your first stop of the day is the iconic Hadrian’s Wall. Built by hand in 122 AD, its creation is extremely significant in the history of Great Britain, and it is one of the most visited cultural landmarks in the UK. Not too far away lies the border town of Jedburgh. Famed for its links to royalty and historical warfare, you will have an opportunity to explore the city and take in the amazing architecture, which speak for populations passed. The Jedburgh Abbey ruins are incredible, and a visit is highly recommended. As you journey through Scotland, relax and enjoy the beautiful landscape drifting past. The capital city is waiting, and your EE tour leader will introduce you to Edinburgh on an evening driving and orientation walking tour. 
    Photo stop at Hadrian's Wall. Visit Hadrian’s Wall on the border between England and Scotland. Visit to Jedburgh. Located on the border between Scotland and England, Jedburgh has a long history of royal connections and historic warfare. Explore the Abbey ruins and soak up the centuries of history in this amazing place. Edinburgh Driving & Orientation Walking Tour. Arrive in the capital of Scotland, and experience the sights and sounds as your tour leader takes you on an evening driving tour and orientation walking tour of this magnificent city. 
    Hotel Britannia Edinburgh, Best Western Braid Hills Hotel 
    Other Foods to try 
    Scottish Shortbread - a type of biscuit associated Christmas and Hogmanay festivities. Include: Breakfast & Dinner Exclude: Lunch 
    DAY 3: Edinburgh - Free day
    Today, you are free to explore the city as you wish, and there is so much to see and do. Known as the cultural capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is blessed with stunning grey stone buildings, along with architecture, art galleries, memorials and higher education faculties. Take a step back in time, and wander around the authentic, unchanged cobbled streets of the Royal Mile, and meander down to the Grass Market, to a row of pubs where public hangings used to ‘entertain’ the crowds. Edinburgh Castle is well worth the entry fee, and requires a few hours to explore and learn about Scottish history and royalty - there are wonderful views from the top! For those wishing to shop for souvenirs, Princes Street attracts shoppers from all over the world. The city comes alive at night, in the bars and pubs in the city centre, so why not enjoy a pint or a traditional whisky with the friendly locals? 

    DAY 4: Loch Ness - Scottish Highlands

    Just over half way through your Great Britain tour, and you're heading north to the Scottish Just over halfway through your Great Britain tour, you are now heading north to the Scottish Highlands, where we offer you an optional excursion that could change your life! Embark on a 1 hour cruise of Loch Ness, (home to ‘Nessie’ the Loch Ness Monster - see if you can spot her and take in the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle as you drift past on your boat ride). Once back on the road, prepare for boldness and the symbol of the highlands. Rising out of the ground like a waking giant, behold the grandeur of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain. Whilst in the region, you will visit Glencoe – a spectacular Glen (Scottish for a deep valley in the Highlands) where the massacre of Glencoe took place in 1692 - one of the most fascinating yet saddest stories encompassing Scotland’s history. Your day will wind down with a well-earned whisky tasting at one of Scotland’s oldest, licensed whisky distilleries in Fort William, before continuing on to your hotel in the Scottish Highlands. Enjoy your final evening in this amazing country. 
    Whisky tasting at one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries in Fort William. 
    As we head back south behold the grandeur of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, and Glen Coe, a spectacular glen with a fascinating history. 
    Optional: Cruise on Loch Ness 
    Prepare for your breath to be taken away by the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands. You’ll have some free time where you may choose to embark on a cruise of Loch Ness – see if you can spot Nessie and the ruins of Urquhart Castle! 
    Arrochar Hotel, Dreadnought Hotel Callender, Rob Roy Hotel 
    Other Foods to try 
    Haggis - a savoury pudding containing sheep's offal, minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in 
    Include: Breakfast & Dinner Exclude: Lunch 

    DAY 5: Lake District - Liverpool 

    As your heart sinks at the thought of leaving Scotland, be reassured that there are exciting adventures to be had today in England! Your Great Britain tour will take a twist into modern history, as you head across the border, bound for Liverpool - the home of The Beatles and two world-famous premier league football clubs! On the way, you can soak up the last of the Scottish landscape, 
    before reaching the picturesque Lake District for a lunch stop – the views are simply stunning! We then arrive in Liverpool late afternoon, where you will have the evening free to explore. Upon checking in at the hotel, head to one of the many local pubs for dinner. For Beatles fans, there are a myriad of locations that were significant to developing the world-class pop act, which shaped modern music as we know it. Home to Paul, John, George and Ringo, Liverpool inspired such timeless classics including ‘Strawberry Fields’ and ‘Penny Lane’. The Beatles played hundreds of shows at the Cavern Club, the perfect place to enjoy your time in Liverpool. 
    Experience the Lake District of England. Here, you will have free time for a comfort stop in the beautiful village of Grasmere (or similar), where the author William Wordsworth lived, in the Lake District. 
    Ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock, Ibis Styles Liverpool 
    Included: Breakfast 
    DAY 6: Stratford-Upon-Avon - Wales 

    This morning, we will take a driving tour of Liverpool, where you will be shown the sights, before we venture on to the birthplace of William Shakespeare - Stratford-upon-Avon. An orientation tour will allow you to explore the quaint, historical village, and then you will have some free time to explore on your own. There are numerous Shakespearean attractions and fascinating historical locations to visit. For those who wish to delve into the life of Shakespeare more intimately, we can arrange an optional excursion for you to visit the home where he grew up as a child, where he also lived with his 
    wife when they were newlyweds. Sliding into south Wales, we take a photo stop at Caerphilly Castle, a medieval fortification built in the 13th Century, ranked the second largest castle in the UK. Surrounded by artificial lakes, not only is the architecture a sight to behold, but it was also a ground-breaking design back in its day. Heading onwards to the Welsh capital of Cardiff, you have an evening in which to enjoy the local nightlife on offer. 
    Liverpool driving tour - take a driving tour and see the Albert Dock, Anfield football stadium and a variety of locations connected to the Beatles. Visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare - Stratford-Upon-Avon. You will have free time to wander the city and visit the Shakespearean attractions. Caerphilly Castle Photo stop - on our way to Cardiff we stop off for a quick photo stop at this impressive 700-year old castle. Visit to Cardiff - we continue on to the Welsh capital where you have some free time to spend the evening as you wish. 
    Park Inn Cardiff City Centre, Mercure Cardiff, Clayton Hotel, Jury's Inn Cardiff Hotel Holiday Inn Express Newport 
    Other Foods to try 
    Lamb, particularly roasted, is strongly associated with Welsh food. The leek, because of its role as the country's national vegetable, is also used frequently. 
    Include: Breakfast & Dinner Exclude: Lunch 

    DAY 7: Bath - Stonehenge – London

    This is the last day of your British Tour, and there is no sign of slowing down! The road from Wales to London is littered with history, stunning scenery and architectural delights. First stop for the day is Bath – a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring some of the finest architecture in Europe. Join us on an orientation tour of the town, and learn about the historical significance of the region, including the natural hot springs that supply the Roman baths - visited by over 1 million international tourists every year! Continuing on the last legs of your journey, you have an optional excursion that could have you unravelling one of the worlds’ greatest mysteries. Stonehenge - need we say more? You have the opportunity to witness an ancient and awe-inspiring structure, which has baffled scientists, tourists and historians for centuries. As you board your EE coach for the last time on your Great Britain tour, take this chance to exchange contact details and share photos with new friends and fellow travellers, before you alight at your last stop in London. 
    Bath Orientation tour. Your EE tour leader will point out all the main attractions of Bath, so you can make the most of your time here. 
    Other Foods to try 
    A local delicacy in Bath is the Sally Lunn Bun - a light, airy, brioche-style bun, popular at breakfast and afternoon teas. 
    Included: Breakfast 




  • What´s Included


    6 nights' accommodation in twin rooms with private en-suite facilities. Single travellers have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure a private room. 
    • Services of your EE tour leader, who will be on hand with advice and tips to ensure that you get the most from your trip. You can also book any of the optional excursions available during your tour with your tour leader – please see the 'Essential Information' tab for more details. 
    • 6 breakfasts, 4 dinners 
    • All taxes and fees 
    • Any public transport used as part of the tour (excludes free days) 
    • Modern air conditioned coach with reclining seats, TV for showing DVDs, and toilet. 
    • 15 Experiences (including guided walking tours, orientation walks, driving tours of cities plus other exciting experiences) 
    • Free EE tour souvenir – a memorable gift of your once in a lifetime trip. 

    Optional tour 
    Optional excursions are payable in cash currency to your tour leader whilst on tour. 

    • Shakespeare's House / Stonehenge / Loch Ness Cruise / Roman Baths 
    • The Beatles Story & Museum / Spirit of Scotland Show 
    • Edinburgh - Conquer the Capital 

    On tour costs 
    Please refer to the tour itinerary for full details of what activities are included, which meals are included and what is excluded. We would recommend budgeting €25-€40 per day (this excludes optional excursions). 
    This should be valid for at least six months after you have returned home from your trip. You should also have several blank pages as Visas and entry/exit stamps can take up a whole page. 
    Certain nationalities may require a visa(s) for this tour. It is your responsibility to contact the relevant embassies to confirm your visa requirements. We provide support documentation once you have paid the fee. 
    Room Sharing 
    Please note, by default all rooms are twin bed rooms. 
    • Partners: When you book for more than one person, we will by default group you together in a room (unless you specifically request us not to). If you are unequal numbers (3, 5, 7 etc.) and we are unable to secure a triple room then the remaining traveler will be roomed with another passenger of the same gender. 
    • Single Travelers: If you are travelling alone there is no compulsory charge - you will share a twin room with another passenger of the same gender. There is an optional single supplement/private room upgrade available for single travellers who wish to have a private room. This can be added at the time of booking or by contacting our customer services team. Please note that the room provided may be a single room with a single bed. 
    • Triple Room requests: We can generally provide a triple room on request; however it is not guaranteed to be available in every destination. Please contact our customer services team to request a triple room. Please note that in some hotels, the triple may be a double and a single bed, or the third bed may be a pull-out or bunk-bed. Where we cannot provide a triple room the rooming will consist of one twin room and the third passenger sharing with another single traveller of the same gender. 

    In some destinations you will have a full free day, where you can choose to join our optional excursions or explore on your own. 
    Meeting Point 
    Your tour starts and finishes in London. Please have a look at our essential tour information page for detailed information. 
    Are international flights included in the tour price? 
    No, you will need to make your own arrangements to get to the meeting destination for the first day of your tour. Make sure you keep departure times and possible delays in mind when booking flights. 
    Only for International client 
    Arrival Day: 
    Airport to Hotel, 2 or 3 Star Hotel around Greenwich Area from where the Tour starts. Discussion about tour and free time. 
    Include: Tea / Soft Drinks Exclude: Dinner / Lunch 
    Departure Day: 
    If same day flight, transfer to Airport, if not 2 or 3 star hotel and next day transfer to Airport 


England. Scotland. Wales. This tour of Great Britain's most popular and iconic countries unveils three distinct and diverse cultures that have been shaped by centuries of battles, beauty, bounty and bloodshed. Our guided vacation package of Great Britain tours some of the most splendid cities that have emerged from the British Isles’ spellbinding history and brings you up close and personal with a wonderful variety of the region’s best-loved visitor attractions. 
Each of the seven days on this Great Britain tour is crammed to the rafters with travel experiences that draw visitors from far and wide. We punt along rivers, explore royal ruins, walk in the footsteps of some of Great Britain's most storied literary figures and musicians, hunt for monsters and take a stab at unravelling century-old mysteries. In between, we meet some colourful characters and dive face-first into the country’s hearty cuisine.