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England and Scotland Tours & Trips 2017/2018

88 trips through England and Scotland with 51 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to England and Scotland. With 88 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 3 days to 22 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is September, which has the most number of departures.

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88 trips through England and Scotland with 51 reviews

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Highlights

  • Trace the spiritual journey of St. Cuthbert from the peaceful Scottish border town of Melrose to the Holy Island, his final resting place off England’s Northumberland Coast.
  • Catch an infectious zeal for knowledge from Oxford’s students, as they whiz past the iconic spires on their way to class.
  • Discover the romance of Great Britain’s Lake District, inspiration for literary greats Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats and Tennyson.
  • Take a spine tingling walk down York’s haunting alleys and historic streets in the dead of night.
  • Explore the wild beauty of misty moors, mountain lakes and wooded forests inside the Snowdonia Park.
  • Glimpse into the grandeur of British royalty as you stroll through the magnificent ballroom of Scotland’s Balmoral Castle.
  • Listen to the heartbreaking tales of bloody massacre as you tread the stark mountain scenery of Glencoe.
  • Watch the peaceful scurry of red squirrels and grazing deer herds of Trossachs National Park.

Tips

  • Pack some stylish after five attire if you’re planning to visit a nightclub in England as there is often a dress code.
  • London’s best shopping can be found on Oxford Street, Covent Garden, Portobello market and Camden Street.
  • If you’re a Beatles fan, visit The Cavern Club in Liverpool’s Mathew Street where a tribute takes place every Saturday.
  • Talking about the weather is a good way to break the ice with the locals.
  • You can shop in Edinburgh’s Princes Street for Scottish souvenirs and modern high street brands.
  • Swing by Edinburgh’s Jazz Bar on Chambers Street to catch an entertaining live music performance.
  • Feast on Scottish specialties haggis and venison in Edinburgh’s West End.
  • Sample quality single malt scotches Dalwhinnie, Lagavulin and Cragganmore if you’re a whisky aficionado.

England and Scotland Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews