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Panoramic tour of England, Ireland and Scotland
15 days / 14 nights
London - Stonehenge - Bath - Costwold - Liverpool - Dublin - Blarney castle - Galway - Knock - Causeway - Belfast - Cairnryan - Glasgow - Isle of Sky - Lochness - Edinburgh - St.Andrews - New Lanark - Cardiff - London

Day 1 London Arrival
Arrive in London and transfer to your hotel

Day 2 London – Stonehenge (150km/2h)– Bath (50km1h) – Costwold (100km/1h30min)
Driver to Stonehenge, most famous prehistoric monument in the world; its origins date back nearly 5000 years. The afternoon is spent in Bath, a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Soak up the atmosphere while you hear what it was like to live in Roman Britain and how it felt to relax in the soothing and sacred waters after a hard day working as a soldier.Then proceed to Costwold Whatever idea you have of English countryside is sure to be fulfilled in the Cotswolds, a range of gentle hills in the west of England which attracts visitors from all over the world. Rolling green landscapes are interrupted only by picturesque villages and unspoiled market towns. In and around the Cotswolds you’ll find a huge number of historically significant sites. Overnight in Costwold.

Day 3 Cotswold- Liverpool (250km/4h)– Dublin ( Ferry)
Transfer to Liverpool and take ferry to Ireland capital – Dublin.

Day 4 Dublin
Start the day tour from Dublin’s main street, O’Connell Street, and many Dublin icons such as the General Post Office, Henry Street shopping district, the early 18th century St Mary’s Church, the Italian Quarter, the River Liffey, the Ha’penny Bridge, Temple Bar, St Patrick's Cathedral, Rathfarnham Castle and Kilakee House, City Hall, Dublin Castle and the 18th century former Houses of Parliament before going inside Trinity College campus.

Day 5 Dublin – Waterford ( 150km/2h) – Blarney Castle ( 130km/2h) – Galway (200km/3h)
Proceed to Waterford. Short visit of Waterford and proceed to Blarney Castle. After the visit go straight to Glarney.

Day 6 Galway-Knock( 50km/1h) –Giant Causeway of Bushmills (270km/5h)- Belfast (50km/1h)
See Quey St in Galway then proceed to Knock and have some free time. Then go to see the famous Coiant Causeway of Bushmills and in the late afternoon transfer to Belfast.

Day 7 Belfast – Cairnryan ( Ferry) – Glasgow ( 120 km/2h)
In the morning have short tour of Belfast. The residents of Belfast are renowned foe being one of the most hospitable in the world. See the City Hall, Crumlin Road Jail, Saint Anne's Cathedral. Take ferry to United Kingdom. Arrive and transfer to Glasgow for overnight.

Day 8 Glasgow
Enjoy full day dedicated to Glasgow. Glasgow, a city rich in history, steeped in culture and alive with its own unique character. We will see many points of interest including the University, Victoria Park and the Botanic Gardens, St. Mungo’s Cathedral (Church of Scotland) ,Provand’s Lordship, which is the oldest house in the city that was built in 1471, also Antonine Wall and St Andrews Cathedra. Overnight in Glasgow.

Day 9 Glasgow – Isle of Sky (400km/7h)
Transfer to Isle of Sky .After long driver Cross the famous Skye Bridge to reach the Isle of Skye itself. Overngiht in the area.

Day 10 Isle of Sky – Loch Ness (200km/4h)– Edinburgh (270km/4h)
Leave Isle of Sky and head east to Loch Ness, the legendary freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands. You will have the chance to explore the myth of ‘Nessie’ – the fabled Loch Ness Monster. Stop at the wee village of Invermoriston to stretch your legs and see the delightful Thomas Telford Bridge. In the afternoon transfer to Edinburgh.

Day 11 Edinburgh- St Andrews – Edinburgh (70km/1h30min)
Enjoy full day in Edinburgh and area. Your tour includes Old Town, Royal Mile and New Town, Scottish Highlights, Arthus Seat , Palace of Holyroad house and of course Edinburgh Palace. After visiting Edinburgh will go to see the famous St Andrews golf Course and then back to Edinburgh for overnight.

Day 12 Edinburgh – New Lanark (50km/1h)– Cardiff (600km/7h)
Before proceed to Wales, have short stop at New Lanark Heritage sites. Arrive in Cardiff late in the afternoon and overnight.

Day 13 Cardiff– London (350km/5h)
Have morning to explore Cardiff and for those who want optional visit of Dr Who Museum. In the afternoon transfer to London.

Day 14 London
Enjoy full day guided tour of London including Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St Pauls Cathedral, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Thames, Westminister Abbey, Piccadilly Cirus, Birmingham Palace and London Eye. Optional Thames cruise or West End Show.

Day 15 London
Departure transfer to the airport.