England

  •  First Day:  Arriving London , meet and assist by our representative , going to the hotel , overnight.
  • Second Day: Breakfast , Take a London Eye River Cruise and see London from a different perspective. Enjoy a unique sightseeing cruise on the River Thames with fascinating views of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. The London Eye River Cruise departs from the London Eye Millennium Pier offering you the chance to take the cruise before or after the London Eye experience.
  • Third Day: Breakfast , our tour today: The three Palace Royal Pass features entry to three of London’s Major attractions – the Tower of London, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace.This Historic Royal Palaces ‘Three Royal Palaces Pass’ is the perfect way to see three of London’s most famous Royal Palaces all with 1 pass. The pass is valid for 2 years from the date that you first use it so if you do not have enough time to fit in all three palaces on your first visit to London then you can do them on your next visit! This pass includes entrance to the Tower of London which is home to the world-famous crown Jewels and to many dark and bloody secrets, Hampton Court Palace which includes Henry VIII’s state apartments and the magical landscaped maze. Finally you can visit Kensington Palace which includes the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection containing dresses worn by Her Majesty The Queen and Diana Princess of Wales.
  • Fourth Day:  Breakfast, Enjoy the opulence of Oxford! Renowned for over 900 years as a centre of academic excellence, follow in the footsteps of its famous students; from Bill Clinton to Lewis Carroll and C.S. Lewis. Uncover the university town of Oxford at a leisurely pace and take in the famous ‘city of dreaming spires’ and see the Bodleian Library and the captivating college courtyards on your travels. Be guided through unspoilt narrow alleys and ancient squares of the historic town. The journey will continue with a visit to the delightful market town at the edge of the Forest of Arden- Stratford, also known as the birthplace of the world-famous playwright, William Shakespeare. We will then drive through the Cotswold, a charming blend of breath-taking natural beauty, bustling market towns and sleepy villages. Immerse yourself in battle preparations and feel the weight of a medieval sword deep in the heart of Warwick Castle, the last stop of a marvelous journey.
  • Fifth Day:  Breakfast ;  this tour includes a visit to Leeds Castle, the white cliffs of Dover, and cathedral of Canterbury and a visit to Greenwich. The tour starts by driving straight to Leeds Castle for a unique private viewing before the castle opens to the public. From here you will travel to the coast to have lunch in a charming inn overlooking the white cliffs of Dover (food and drinks are not included). Then you will be taken to Canterbury where your afternoon will be spent visiting the famous cathedral. After this you will be taken to Greenwich, which is packed with exquisite parks, gardens and architecture. Here you will have free time to explore the markets or to take part in an optional walking tour of this historic town. As the sun begins to set you will board a luxury boat for a sparkling wine or tea with scones cruise along the Thames taking us all the way back to London. **If you book this tour you will also be able to book a Jack the Ripper evening tour and pay nothing
  • Sixth Day: Breakfast, Visit Madame Tussauds for a fully interactive experience. You can interact with the rich and famous and also enter the interactive show dome plus enjoy the Marvel Super Heroes 4D experience.Madame Tussauds is one of London’s hottest attractions. It’s both visually immersive and interactive and should be top of your list when visiting London. As you wander around Madame Tussauds you will stumble across an endless number of famous faces including David Beckham, Kylie Minogue, President Bush, Tony Blair and many more. You can also interact with the model celebrities, for example, you can be there when David Beckham prepares to take one of his famous free kicks and feel the beat of his heart and tremble as the floor vibrates beneath your feet!! Then you can go through to the London Stardome and explore this interactive show dome. You will also get to experience ‘Scream’ which is a maximum security prison taken over by the unhinged inmates, their mission is to give you nightmares. This is not suitable for children under the aged of 12 or for people of a nervous disposition. Now also offering a new visitor experience Marvel Super Heroes 4D that will bring to life some of the world’s best loved Super Heroes through a mix of 4D animation, interactive themed areas and startling realistic Madame Tussauds wax figures.
  •  Seventh Day:  Breakfast , departure to the airport to travel to Edinburgh, Arriving Edinburgh, meet and assist by our representative , going to the hotel , overnight.
  •  Eighth Day:  Breakfast , free time, An evening walking tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town, helping you to discover this great city’s macabre past in a light-hearted way. You will be met at the meeting point by your guide, Alexander Clapperton (deceased) – who was an Edinburgh Cemetery Director during the 1840s. Mr Clapperton takes a light-hearted look at Edinburgh’s dark past, telling tales of torture, plague, witchcraft and invasion, as he leads you through the Old Town’s atmospheric closes and courtyards. Some of Mr Lyal’s ghostly chums lurk around the Royal Mile, waiting to leap out and frighten you. En route Mr Clapperton will introduce some Edinburgh characters summoned from the mists of time.
  •  Nineth Day:  Breakfast , Enjoy a visit the the official Scottish residence in Scotland of Her Majesty the Queen. A chance to explore the life and history of the Royals at this beautiful Palace.The Palace of Holyrood House is the official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty The Queen. It stands at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile against the spectacular backdrop of Arthurs seat. The Palace is rich in history. You will get to see the Royal apartments which are still used today by the Queen for state ceremonies and official entertaining. They are finely decorated with magnificent works of art from the Royal Collection. Also a must see when visiting the Palace of Holyrood is a look at the ruins of the 12th Century Abbey as these enhance the romantic atmosphere of the whole Palace. The Abbey is the burial place of several scottish kings and the site of the coronation of Charles
  • Tenth Day: Breakfast, free time, departure to the airport to return.