Romantic Britain & Ireland

A wealth of history, dramatic scenery, sacred sites, legends and traditions all come together, invoking a sense of romance on this escorted journey.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Meet your Travel Director at 07:45 at the hotel in London. Depart for the famous university town of Oxford with its beautiful spires. With time at leisure, why not visit the world-famous Ashmolean Museum or browse through the local indoor market? Continue via pretty Cotswolds villages to Stratford-upon-Avon. Discover how William Shakespeare and his incredible works continue to shape society today when you visit his birthplace, full of interesting memorabilia and artefacts relating to his life. Join your Travel Director for a warm and friendly Welcome Dinner with drinks at a local pub.

Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Stratford.

Travel through the heart of ‘Robin Hood Country’ on your way to visit Lincoln. Continue to York, once the Viking capital of Britain and one of England’s oldest cities. Saunter along the Shambles to reach the York Minster, in the heart of this medieval gem. Your hotel lies within the walls facing Clifford’s Tower.

Hotel: Hilton York

Drive through the Lake District National Park, a scenic wonderland of rugged mountains and tranquil lakes, inspiring a host of English poets. Stop in Wordsworth’s village of Grasmere and see the poet’s grave in the churchyard. Cross the border at Gretna Green, where runaway lovers were married, and continue to the Scottish capital.

Hotel: Crowne Plaza Edinburgh – Royal Terrace, 2 nights

Travel down the Royal Mile to see the Palace of Holyroodhouse — official Scottish residence of Her Majesty, the Queen – before crossing over to New Town. Walk with your Local Expert inside Edinburgh Castle for spectacular views of the town and see the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny and Mons Meg.The afternoon is free to shop on Princes Street. In the evening, select departures will attend The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo — a colourful mixture of historic battles and military manoeuvres, complete with pipes and drums.

Cross the Firth of Forth into Fife and make your way to St. Andrews, passing the Old Course as you arrive where golf was born in the 15th century. Enjoy free time to explore, perhaps wander to St. Andrews University where the love story of Kate Middleton finding her Prince Charming began when her and Prince William were students there. Alternately, stroll to West Sands Beach where the famous ‘Chariots of Fire’ scene was filmed. Your travels continue as you cross the Tay and journey to the charming Victorian resort town of Pitlochry, famous for its salmon run.Pass Culloden Moor, the scene of the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite army in 1746. Stop at Blair Castle and Gardens, home to the Atholl Highlanders for over 19 generations. Be treated to authentic Farm-to-Table tea and scones – an experience not to be missed in Scotland! Continue to Inverness, where your luxury hotel is set within four acres of manicured grounds.

Hotel: Kingsmills Hotel

Enjoy a journey of discovery on a private Loch Ness cruise. Afterwards, pause for a photo of Eilean Donan Castle and cross over the sea to Skye.

Hotel: The Dunollie Hotel

Return to the mainland and drive to the World War II Commando Memorial in the shadow of Ben Nevis. Continue through Fort William to absorb the dramatic scenery of Glencoe, the Valley of the Weeping, where the dreadful massacre of the MacDonald’s took place in 1692. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, en route to Glasgow. Your Travel Director will show you Glasgow’s grand public buildings, including George Square and St. Mungo’s Cathedral.

Hotel: Radisson Blu Hotel

Bid farewell to Scotland as you cross the Irish Sea and continue your journey to the vibrant capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Meet Hilda, your Local Expert, for a passionate city tour including views of the City Hall, Queen’s University, the Parliament Building at Stormont and murals in different locations indicating political sentiments of local residents.. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore at your leisure.

Hotel: Europa Hotel

Travel alongside the Mountains of Mourne before crossing the historic Boyne Valley, site of the battle where William of Orange defeated the forces of Catholic King James. Continue to Dublin, Ireland’s ‘fair city where the girls are so pretty,’ and see O’Connell Street, Dublin Castle and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with your Local Expert.

Hotel: Clayton Hotel Charlemont, 2 nights

Before it opens to the public, experience Ireland’s national and world-famous drink with a guided visit to the Guinness Storehouse. Gain a fascinating insight into the history and traditions behind its production and enjoy a private masterclass where you will learn to pour the perfect pint. The rest of the day is yours to shop, continue sightseeing or maybe take an optional drive to the ruined monastic site of Glendalough?

Travel west to Galway, known as the City of the Tribes. Guided by your Travel Director, enjoy free time in this artsy, bohemian city. Cross the limestone landscape of the Burren, to the Visitor Centre at the Cliffs of Moher for breathtaking vistas of the Clare Coast. Journey to the town of Limerick, nestled on the shores of the River Shannon.

Hotel: The George Hotel Limerick

In the morning, your Travel Director will show you the 12th century St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle and the Treaty Stone before setting off to Tralee via the picturesque thatched village of Adare. Enjoy more spectacular scenery as you make your way through the great cliffs, wide skies and ocean views of the Dingle Peninsula to Killarney. For dinner you are treated to a traditional Sunday roast, with all the trimmings.

Hotel: Killarney Plaza Hotel & Spa, 2 nights

A delightful morning excursion will take you around the Ring of Kerry, where mountains, valleys, lakes and sea blend into a landscape that is often breathtaking beyond words.Continue through Ireland’s highest mountain range, the MacGillicuddy Reeks, to the three peaceful Lakes of Killarney. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to relax and enjoy. Maybe take the opportunity to ride a jaunting car around the lake or through the National Park?In the evening, you are invited to choose your own dining experience from a selection of restaurants in Killarney for your Dine-Around Evening.

Visit the ruined 15th century Blarney Castle. Will you hang upside down from the ramparts to kiss the stone and ensure a lifetime of eloquence? Continue to the walled city of Waterford and see the 11th century Reginald’s Tower. On your guided visit of the House of Waterford Crystal, you will meet an artisan and see their fine work.

Hotel: Dooleys Hotel Waterford

From Rosslare, take the ferry across the Irish Sea to Pembroke and continue on with a pleasant journey through the rural scenery of Pembrokeshire. Travel past the valleys of southern Wales to the capital, Cardiff, famous for its imposing castle and the brilliant Principality Stadium. Enjoy an orientation of the port city, upon the River Taff.

Hotel: Clayton Hotel Cardiff

Cross the Severn Bridge to reach the City of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built above Britain’s only thermal, mineral springs. Enjoy an orientation with your Travel Director, through the Georgian streets and crescents. Visit the Roman Baths and see the incredibly well-preserved remains of one of the greatest spas of the ancient world, still flowing with the natural hot water from the springs. Your journey continues to mystical Glastonbury where you will see the abbey, reputedly the legendary burial place of King Arthur. Continue south, to reach the seaside town of Torquay.

Hotel: The Imperial Torquay, 2 nights

Explore Devon with Insight Choice: choose between a walk and foraging experience in Dartmoor or a scenic cruise of Plymouth harbour and see the Mayflower Steps, Barbican, Royal Citadel and Plymouth Hoe. Continue on to a quaint Cornish fishing village, before returning to Torquay. In the evening, enjoy a glass of wine with your Celebration Dinner – a fitting finale to your travels.

Start the day by crossing the Salisbury Plain and stop to visit the mysterious megaliths of Stonehenge, the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, its true meaning lost in the mists of time. Your escorted journey draws to a close upon return to the Victoria Park Plaza hotel in London.

2021 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
May: 05$7,475.00$9,575.00
May: 19$7,475.00$9,615.00
June: 02$7,525.00
$9,665.00
June: 30$7,550.00$9,690.00
July: 14$7,550.00$9,690.00
August: 04, 11$8,095.00
$10,335.00
August: 18, 25$7,975.00$10,215.00
September: 08$7,525.00$9,665.00
September: 22$7,425.00$9,565.00
2022 Dates & Prices
April: 20$8,275.00$10,145.00
May: 04$7,350.00$9,290.00
May: 18$7,375.00$9,315.00
June: 01$7,375.00$9,315.00
June: 15$8,495.00$10,435.00
June: 29$7,425.00$9,365.00
July: 13$7,425.00$9,365.00
July: 27$8,750.00$10,750.00
August: 03, 10, 17$7,995.00$10,035.00
August: 24$7,850.00$9,890.00
September: 07$7,395.00$9,335.00
September: 21$7,325.00$9,265.00
Inclusions 
Meals: 17 breakfasts, 1 Afternoon Tea, 8 Dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Ferry Crossing: Cairnryan - Belfst / Rosslare - Pembroke
Accommodation: 17 nights accommodation
Guide: Professional Travel Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Britain & Ireland Grandeur

Every corner of the British Isles is covered on this trip, including Belfast, Dublin, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. There’s more to most UK and Ireland trips than the iconic sights. On this journey, you’ll trace the footsteps of giants and feel the salty spray of the Cliffs of Moher, smell the mossy walls of medieval castles and enjoy a toe-tapping, heart-stirring Gaelic song along the way.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Journey to Stonehenge and on to Plymouth

Journey west where you’ll ponder the myths of the ancient mystical monoliths at Stonehenge which remain largely unsolved to to this day. Continuing through Devon, arrive in the historic naval port of Plymouth, your home for the next two nights.

Hotel: Copthorne, 2 nights

Day 2: Discover the Cornish Peninsula

Embark on an orientation tour and see the Royal Citadel and Mayflower Steps. Explore the Cornish peninsula and visit the seaside villages of Looe and Polperro.

Day 3: Soak up Bath and off to Cardiff

Arriving in Bath, we admire the city’s stylish Georgian façades and ancient Roman Baths from which it derives its name. We continue to the vibrant Welsh capital, Cardiff, where we’ll have a free evening to enjoy this modern city’s proud heritage.

Hotel: Park Inn by Radisson City Centre or Holiday Inn

Day 4: Cross the Irish Sea to Waterford

This morning, we explore Cardiff’s iconic sights – the Principality Stadium, Millennium Centre and Victorian fantasy castle before crossing the Irish Sea to Waterford, most famous for the delicate crystal that graces elegant homes the world over. This evening we dine in our hotel.

Hotel: Fitzwilton

Day 5: Onwards to Blarney and Killarney

Our first stop today is at the House of Waterford Crystal where we Dive Into Culture, watching a demonstration with master craftsmen. In pursuit of the ‘gift of the gab’, we journey to Blarney Castle where you’ll have the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone, before arriving later in picturesque Killarney.

Hotel: Killarney or Innisfallen, 2 nights

Day 6: A Day on the Ring of Kerry

Ireland’s enduring natural beauty accompanies our leisurely drive circling the enchanting Ring of Kerry. We pass the fishing village of Waterville, Moll’s Gap and the Black Valley – renowned for being the last place in Ireland without power and telephone networks.

Day 7: Off to Limerick, the Majestic Cliffs of Moher and Galway

We stop in Limerick and view St. Mary’s Cathedral, the Treaty Stone and King John’s Castle. Our next stop is the magnificent Cliffs of Moher which plunge into the Atlantic, before arriving in Galway, where we’ll spend the night.

Hotel: Connacht

Day 8: Venture into County Donegal

This morning see the great stone Galway Cathedral and stroll through Eyre Square, a tribute to former US president John F. Kennedy, who visited Galway in 1963. Enjoy an orientation of Sligo on your way to Donegal to see its 15th-century castle and explore the city your way before dining at your hotel.

Hotel: Central

Day 9: Explore Londonderry, the Giant’s Causeway and Belfast

We cross the Irish border into Northern Ireland, joining a Local Specialist in Londonderry to stroll along its 17th-century city walls. See the street murals of the Bogside before continuing to the mythical stepping stones of the Giant’s Causeway. Our visit to the haunt of Finn McCool will Make Travel Matter by helping conserve this iconic natural landmark. Our final stop today is in Belfast, where we’ll enjoy an orientation, followed by free time to explore the capital city’s sights.

Hotel: Park Inn by Radisson or Stormont

Day 10: On the road to Dublin

We spend the morning with a Local Specialist ‘Cabbie’ who will take us on a journey through the recent history of Belfast in their taxi. Heading south to Dublin later, we see St. Patrick’s Cathedral and other iconic sights in the company of a Local Specialist. Tonight, consider an Optional Experience to enjoy the rousing sounds and warm hospitality of a traditional Irish Cabaret performance.

Hotel: Mespil or Clayton Leopardstown, 2 nights

Day 11: See the Sights of Dublin

Beat the crowds and gain entry to the Guinness Storehouse before general admission. Here you’ll Dive Into Culture and embark on a tour and tasting technique demonstration. The rest of the day is yours to explore the Irish capital. Amble along Grafton Street with its colourful performers, head to Temple Bar or stroll through Phoenix Park, Dublin’s playground.

Day 12: Ferry across to Historic Chester and Liverpool

Cross the Irish Sea to Wales and continue to the ancient town of Chester, where your orientation tour will take you past its Roman walls and famous half-timbered Tudor Rows. Later, we head to the haunt of the ‘Fab Four’, edgy Liverpool, where we’ll spend the night.

Hotel: Jurys Inn

Day 13: Continue to the Beautiful Lake District

Head north to the idyllic Lake District, which has inspired poets and writers for centuries, and admire the spectacular surrounds of Lake Windermere.

Hotel: North Lakes or Castle Green

Day 14: Journey North to Glasgow

The runaway wedding capital, Gretna Green is our first stop today, where we’ll tread in the footsteps of eloping couples who would take their vows over the Marriage Anvil. We arrive in Glasgow for an orientation tour including views of the Cathedral and magnificent George Square, lined with statues of Great Britain’s most celebrated sons. We visit Falkirk Wheel where you’ll Dive into Culture learning about the legacy of Scotland’s canals and experience the world’s only rotating boat lift.

Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn City Centre or Park Inn by Radisson City Centre

Day 15: Over the Sea to Skye

Journey past the site of the tragic 1692 massacre at Glencoe, known as the ‘Glen of the Weeping’ and see Britain’s highest mountain – Ben Nevis. We’ll view the 13th-century Eilean Donan Castle, where three lochs meet, before visiting the Isle of Skye.

Hotel: Dunollie or Kings Arms

Day 16: The Sights of Loch Ness and Culloden in the Scottish Highlands

Travel through the scenic Scottish Highlands via Glen Shiel and along the banks of Loch Ness, home to the mythical monster affectionately known as ‘Nessie’. View the site of the bloody Battle of Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie and his army of Jacobites were defeated in 1746.

Hotel: Highlander

Day 17: Onwards to Edinburgh

We continue south and stop in Pitlochry before travelling to the historic town of St. Andrews, home to one of the oldest golf courses in the world. We cross the Firth of Forth to the enchanting Scottish capital, Edinburgh, our home for the next two nights. Tickets to see the spectacular Edinburgh Tattoo are included on departures that coincide with performance dates.

Hotel: Holiday Inn, 2 nights

Day 18: Explore Edinburgh Castle

Join a Local Specialist for a sightseeing tour including a visit to Edinburgh Castle, overlooking the town from Castle Rock. See the Royal Mile, Palace of Holyroodhouse and new Scottish Parliament building.

Day 19: Uncover York’s Treasures

Visit the medieval market town of Alnwick before stopping in York where we’ll embark on an orientation walk along the picturesque Shambles and to York Minster, one of the greatest cathedrals in the world. This evening Connect With Locals over dinner at a Be My Guest experience, a grand private home of a Yorkshire family enjoying traditional flavours and hospitality.

Hotel: Novotel Centre

Day 20: Journey to Stratford-upon-Avon and on to London

Travel to Stratford-upon-Avon to view Anne Hathaway’s thatched cottage and visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Visitor Centre before returning to London.

2021 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 03, 10$6,295.00$7,045.00
April: 24$6,425.00$7,675.00
May: 01, 08, 15, 22$6,475.00$7,725.00
May: 29$6,525.00$7,775.00
June: 05, 12, 19$6,525.00$7,775.00
June: 26$6,595.00$7,845.00
July: 03, 10$6,595.00$7,845.00
July: 18$6,750.00$8,170.00
July: 24, 25, 31$7,025.00$8,445.00
August: 01, 07, 14, 21$7,025.00$8,445.00
August: 28$6,495.00$7,745.00
September: 04, 11$6,495.00$7,745.00
September: 18, 25$6,395.00$7,645.00
October: 02$5,675.00$6,925.00
2022 Dates & Prices
April: 02, 09$6,195.00$7,37500
April: 16, 23$6,325.00$7,505.00
April: 30$6,375.00$6,555.00
May: 07, 14$6,375.00$7,555.00
May: 21, 28$6,450.00$7,690.00
June: 04, 11, 18, 25$6,525.00$7,765.00
July: 02, 09, 16$6,525.00$7,765.00
July: 17$6,575.00$7,815.00
July: 23, 24, 30, 31$6,975.00$8,215.00
August: 06, 13, 20$6,975.00$8,155.00
August: 27$6,395.00$7,575.00
September: 03, 10$6,395.00$7,575.00
September: 17$6,275.00$7,455.00
September: 24$6,225.00$7,405.00
October: 01$6,195.00$7,375.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 19 breakfasts, 08 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Ferry: Ferry Ticket: Pembrokeshire - Rosslare / Dublin - Anglesey
Accommodation: 19 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Best of Ireland & Scotland

The classic symbols of Ireland and Scotland are revealed, as well as the secret and secluded alternatives. Pretty pink heather hues and an emerald green landscape define the rugged beauty of Scotland and Ireland – home to enduring myths and legends, grand castles, bloody battles and the perfect swing.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Welcome to Dublin

Explore the Celtic heritage and hospitality of Ireland and Scotland on this grand adventure through beautiful landscapes and enchanting cities. Our first day sees us delve into the whimsy of the Irish capital, before joining our fellow travellers and Travel Director for a Welcome Reception.

Hotel: Mespil or Ballsbridge, 2 nights

Day 2: Discover Diverse Dublin

Drive through the streets of Dublin, joining your Local Specialist for a sightseeing tour past the stately Georgian Squares and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the tallest church in Ireland. Enjoy a leisurely day exploring the city. Stop for a pint of ‘the Black Stuff’ in Temple Bar, admire the colourful performers on Grafton Street or consider joining an Optional Experience this evening to tap your feet to the lively sounds of Irish music at an Irish cabaret.

Day 3: Journey to Waterford

Dive Into Culture and gain insights into Ireland’s strong tradition of breeding world-class thoroughbreds at the Irish National Stud. Enjoy a guided walk admiring the powerful steeds that have made racing history and stroll around the tranquil Japanese gardens. We travel to the House of Waterford Crystal this afternoon and Dive Into Culture yet again to witness this delicate craft, watching talented master craftsmen at work in their workshop.

Hotel: Fitzwilton

Day 4: Onwards to Blarney and Killarney

Maybe, bend over backwards and kiss the Blarney Stone to acquire the ‘gift of the gab’ before crossing the Kerry Mountains to County Kerry. We journey to 1930s Ireland this evening, visiting the working farms of Muckross, where we’ll learn about traditional farming and meet the families who ply the land. Connect With Locals over dinner at a Be My Guest experience, savouring delicious local flavours in the Quilles Farmhouse against the scenic backdrop of the lakes of Killarney.

Hotel: Killarney Towers or Hotel Killarney, 2 nights

Day 5: A Day on the Ring of Kerry

The astounding beauty of Iveragh Peninsula accompanies us on this soul-stirring coastal journey around the ‘Ring of Kerry’ – a dramatic landscape of mountains, loughs and lakes which have inspired writers and poets for centuries. See Daniel O’Connell’s Cahirciveen, the fishing village of Waterville, the Black Valley and Moll’s Gap with the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks peaks in the distance.

Day 6: Continue to Galway and Coastal Enniscrone

Drive to Adare, one of Ireland’s prettiest villages, known for its thatched cottages. The imposing stone cathedral, built on the site of an old prison and Eyre Square on our next stop in Galway, where we’ll enjoy some free time to explore the city before continuing our journey northward. This evening we dine in our hotel.

Hotel: Ocean Sands or The Ellison

Day 7: Off to Donegal and on to Londonderry

Head north to Donegal with its ‘Diamond’ centre before joining a Local Specialist in Derry/Londonderry to stroll along its 17th-century walls. See the ‘Troubles’ neighbourhood of Bogside, with its murals depicting the battles of that time.

Hotel: Everglades or City

Day 8: Admire the Giant’s Causeway and on to Belfast

Tread in the footsteps of Finn MacCool and along the other-worldly Giant’s Causeway ‘steps’ that descend into the sea. Your visit will Make A Difference by helping to conserve this iconic landmark. We arrive in Belfast later and visit the Titanic Belfast Experience where we’ll Dive Into Culture and gain insights into the tragic story of the famous ship that met its end in the Atlantic. The rest of the evening is yours to enjoy the vibrant nightlife of the capital of Northern Ireland.

Hotel: Stormont

Day 9: Cross the Irish Sea to Glasgow

Join your Local Specialist in Belfast this morning for an included city tour which will take you to Queen’s University and the Baroque Revival-style City Hall. We board our ferry at Larne and cross to Cairnryan in Scotland, driving through the Ayrshire countryside bound for Glasgow, our home for the next two nights.

Hotel:Hilton Garden Inn City Centre or Maldron, 2 nights

Day 10: Discover Glasgow’s Rich Legacy

Delve into Scotland’s intriguing cultural capital and stroll through the toon to admire views of George Square and the River Clyde, once the heart of Scotland’s shipbuilding industry. We head to whisky country next, visiting the beautiful Glengoyne whisky distillery where we’ll Dive Into Culture and learn how to make Scotland’s favourite honey-coloured drink with a chance to sample a wee dram. Our hearts warmed, we return to Glasgow for some free time to explore the city.

Day 11: Continue Over the Sea to Skye

Loch Lomond to the tragic site of the 1692 massacre of the MacDonalds at the ‘Glen of Weeping’. Continue to Fort William at the foot of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis. Then, cross to the Isle of Skye, where we’ll spend this evening dining in our hotel.

Hotel: Dunollie

Day 12: Venture to Loch Ness and Culloden in the Scottish Highlands

We leave the rugged beauty of Skye behind and venture to the site where three lochs meet. View Eilean Donan Castle before travelling along the banks of Loch Ness in search of the elusive monster that bears its name. The bloody battlefield of Culloden is our next stop, where we spend a poignant moment reflecting on the many men who lost their lives in the brief but brutal battle between the Redcoats and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobites. This evening we spend the evening dining at our hotel in the Scottish Highlands.

Hotel: Highlander

Day 13: Journey to Enchanting Edinburgh

Traversing the dramatic landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, we pass Pitlochry before arriving in St. Andrews to see its famous golf course on which golfing greats have clamoured to play for centuries. We cross the scenic Firth of Forth to enchanting Edinburgh, our home for the next two nights. Perhaps, take to the streets of the Scottish capital this evening, soaking up its warmth and conviviality with an evening of traditional dance, music and Scottish fare. Tickets to see the spectacular Edinburgh Tattoo are included on departures that coincide with performance dates.

Hotel: Novotel Centre or Apex Haymarket, 2 nights

Day 14: Uncover Edinburgh’s Treasures

Join your Local Specialist for a guided sightseeing tour which includes a visit to Edinburgh Castle, surveying the city from imposing Castle Rock. See the Royal Mile, the elegant Palace of Holyrood in the shadow of Arthur’s Seat, and the new Scottish Parliament building. As our memorable holiday comes to an end, we join our Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Farewell Dinner to reminisce over shared experiences.

Day 15: Farewell Edinburgh

For now it’s time to say a fond farewell to Scotland and our newfound friends, at the end of an unforgettable Celtic sojourn.

2021 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April:10$5,450.00$6,510.00
April: 19, 24, 26$5,575.00$6,895.00
May: 01, 03, 08, 10, 15, 17$5,650.00$6,970.00
May:22, 24, 29, 31$5,675.00$6,995.00
June: 05, 12, 14$5,675.00$6,995.00
June: 19, 21, 26$5,725.00$7,045.00
June: 28$5,750.00$7,070.00
July: 03, 05, 12$5,750.00$7,070.00
July: 17$5,775.00$7,095.00
July: 19$5,825.00$7,145.00
July: 24, 26, 31$6,075.00$7,465.00
August: 02, 07, 09, 14$6,075.00$7,465.00
August: 21, 23, 28$5,695.00$7,015.00
August: 30$5,675.00$6,995.00
September: 04, 06, 11, 13$5,675.00$6,995.00
September: 18$5,625.00$6,945.00
September: 25, 27$5,575.00$6,895.00
October: 04$5,525.00$6,845.00
October: 09$5,495.00$6,815.00
October: 23$5,150.00$6,470.00
2022 Dates & Prices
April: 09, 16$5,275.00$6,395.00
April: 18, 23$5,375.00$6,625.00
April: 25, 30$5,450.00$6,700.00
May: 02, 07, 09, 14, 16, 21$5,450.00$6,700.00
May: 23, 28, 30$5,525.00$6,775.00
June: 04, 06, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27$5,595.00$6,845.00
July: 02, 04, 09, 11, 16$5,595.00$6,845.00
July: 18$5,625.00$6,875.00
July: 23, 25, 30$5,895.00$7,245.00
August: 01, 06, 08, 13$5,895.00$7,245.00
August: 15$5,695.00$6,945.00
August: 20, 22$5,525.00$6,775.00
August: 27, 29$5,475.00$6,725.00
September: 03, 05, 10, 12$5,475.00$6,725.00
September: 17, 19. 24$5,425.00$6,675.00
September: 26$5,350.00$6,600.00
October: 01, 03$5,350.00$6,600.00
October: 08, 15, 22$5,275.00$6,525.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 14 breakfasts, 6 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Ferry: Ferry Ticket: Cairnryan - Larne
Accommodation: 14 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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