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16 trips through England and Wales with 4 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to England and Wales. With 16 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 5 days to 14 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is September, which has the most number of departures.

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Highlights

  • Wander around a variety of museums, indulge in some retail therapy and visit iconic landmarks on the banks of the meandering River Thames.
  • Marvel at the soaring Gothic towers of York Minster and walk the historic Hadrian’s Wall, built for protection against northern invaders.
  • Sail across the glittering Windermere Lake and enjoy the incomparable beauty of the romantic Lakes District.
  • Be transported to the magical world of Hogwarts as you explore the sumptuous gardens and extravagant interiors of the stunning Alnwick Castle.
  • Hear captivating theories of origin as you stroll around the mysterious stone marvels of Stonehenge.
  • Soak up the wild, untamed beauty of the Scottish Highlands as you cruise the still waters of Loch Ness.
  • Enjoy sceneries of tumbling waterfalls, rambling moors and villages steeped in legends during a drive through the pristine Snowdonia National Park.
  • Witness the incredible rejuvenation of Cardiff Bay and discover the sports and culture of bustling Cardiff.

Tips

  • If you’re a fan of military bands coordinate your trip with the Royal Edinburgh Royal Tattoo held in August.
  • If you want to shop for clothes at street markets, head to Covent Garden, Brick Lane Market or Camden Market.
  • Cars drive on the left in the United Kingdom, so keep that in mind when crossing the road.
  • While riding an escalator, stand on the right side and allow others to pass by.
  • Do not ring the bell that may be attached to a wall at a pub as this is mostly used to signal closing time.
  • For a night out in London, head to Shoreditch, Brixton, Camden or Leicester Square for lively clubs.
  • Try the traditional Welsh breakfast of eggs, bacon, cockles, sausages and laverbread
  • For an exciting night out in Cardiff, you can head to St. Mary Street or Mill Lane.

England and Wales Tours & Trips Reviews