The England and Scotland tour package includes visiting and lodging at some of the most beautiful cities of both England and Scotland. First comes the city of London where you visit the Museum of Brands, the Houses of Parliament, the Big Ben, the Harrods and find out where the spirit of England stems from.
Followed by London is the historical city of Bath which much like its name is known for the Baths that exist here – the Roman Baths. Then comes the Cotswolds Villages known for it’s pretty little cottages which is followed by Stratford-upon-Avon – a market town and the birthplace of Shakespeare. Another remarkable destination on the list of places included in the England Scotland package is the city of Liverpool.
The popularity of Everton and the Liverpool F.C, the Beatles and the Dock Complex insinuate how Liverpool has diversity even in its fame. The tour is concluded by a visit to Edinburgh – a city known for being an epitome of culture and arts.
About the Tour:
Arrival in London marks the beginning of your England and Scotland tour package. After reaching London, head to the accommodation ready for the night.
Since most flights to London conclude in the morning, there are chances you won't find your accommodation all dolled up for you.
In such a case you can handover your luggage to the hotel authorities and head out to explore the city of London.
Have a delectable breakfast or lunch (depending on the time of your arrival) and a vivifying cup of coffee at one of the local cafes. Londoners are food fanatics and you will find out why with every bite you take here.
Head back to your accommodation after exploring the city a little.
Rest up before attending an orientation meeting in the evening presided by the tour manager.
Following the meeting would be a scrumptious welcome dinner awaiting you.
Arriving prior to anytime before 4:00 PM on this day can help you prevent missing out any of the activities involved in the England and Scotland tour package.
Spend the night at your accommodation thereby concluding the first day of your England Scotland package trip.
Spend the first half of your day exploring the western, more chic half of London.
Visit the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising and get a sweet and sour taste of nostalgia as you look around at the kinds of packaging that have either ceased to exist or have gone through a revolution.
The first stop along on our excursion around the western half of the city is the fancy Kensington adorned exquisitely with its posh parks and squares.
Visit the Harrods store, "world's most famous department store" as Harrods likes to call itself.
Then comes a visit to the Piccadilly Circus and let the in-your-face fluorescent aesthetic enchant you. This is the brightest location that you'll visit on your England Scotland package trip.
Trafalgar Square that is enlivened by street music and lots and lots of people.
Next on the list are the centre of attention of newspapers worldwide - Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
Check the globally acknowledged accuracy of the Big Ben yourself.
Visit Buckingham Palace, the iconic residence of the Queen of England.
By noon, you are in the middle of the city, equipped with a plethora of options to explore absolutely any part of the city.
Here you can also choose to join the special tour of the spectacular St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.
Positioned in the heart of Salisbury Plain, the stone circles at Stonehenge are simply splendid. The charm of these stone circles is simplistic yet captivating.
Following the stone circles are Georgian Crescents of Bath. This monolithic charmer is lined up with buildings that have beautiful crescents, terraces and squares.
Visit the Roman Baths and then move on to checking out the mineral water of the Georgian Pump Room.
There is an option to visit the Village of Lacock at the end of the latter mentioned visitations.
In case you choose to visit the Village of Lacock, you must know that you will have plenty of time to look around before dinnertime.
Conclude your day with dinner and spend the night at Bath.
Head northwards as you aim to reach the center of England. Day 5 is the most interesting day of your England and Scotland tour package because it is lined up you sneaking a peek into the early lives of some big names of the cinematic and the literary worlds.
Pass by the Cotswolds' villages and admire their beautiful cottages made of thatch and stone.
Then comes the market town of Stratford-upon-Avon. This is the town where Shakespeare was born.
On your excursion here you get to see Anne Hathaway's cottage and the school that Shakespeare attended.
Get a taste of life in this legendary town and watch the Bard's plays, courtesy of The Royal Shakespeare company.
After reminiscing about the literary worlds created by Shakespeare, head to the vibrant world of Liverpool.
Visit Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields - the places made euphamously famous by the Beatles.
Next on the list of places to see in Liverpool is the Cavern Club. Here is where the journey of the Beatles began.
Visit the Albert Dock Complex, the locality that by the end of the 19th century was able to successfully influence trade all over the world.
Dine at your accommodation in Liverpool thereby concluding the day.
Mark the beginning of your day with a fulfilling breakfast before you head out towards the bewitching Lake District.
Drive by the side of the coast of the largest lake of the Lake District - the lake of Windermere.
Take a break at a local farmhouse and sip tea and devour crisp scones.
Head towards Grasmere, the bewitching village that was once home to William Wordsworth thereby adding a little more literary appeal to your England Scotland package trip.
Enter Scotland via the border town of Gretna Green widely known for its 'runaway weddings'.
Arrive in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. The latter is remembered by many for its Victorian and Georgian architectural styles.
Take a look around Edinburgh. Both the new and the old parts of Edinburgh are two of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Head back to your accommodation and end your day with an appetising dinner.
Begin your day with a delectable breakfast and head out for some fascinating exploration.
Seek the company of a local guide and explore each and every corner of Edinburgh.
The excursion begins at the site of the Scottish Parliament.
Next comes a visit to the likes of the Museum of Scotland, Holyrood Palace, the Royal Mile and every shopper's paradise, also known as the Princes Street.
Conclude your day with a palatable dinner and spend the night at the accommodation you're staying at.
Begin your day with a dainty breakfast.
Head towards the airport.
Board the first flight home thereby concluding the England and Scotland tour package