Best England Tours

10 Days
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Package Description

England Tours probably is the best because it has the most beautiful places in the world. Travelling is one of the most favorite activities of many people in these recent times. Individuals enjoy visiting other cities and countries during holidays or even anytime they want. For them, visiting one particular city, such as London England. Thus, they can give them an amazing experience that they can never forget for a lifetime.

While there are thousands and millions of wonders of nature to witness and enjoy. In one city alone, there could be hundreds of them that are worthy of sightseeing and adventure activities. With witnessing unique nature sights, travelers get to unleash their hidden self as well and become part of nature – refreshed, relaxed, and blissful. As the heart of England, it makes every traveling experience passionate, wonderful, and ecstatic.


Day 1: Arrival at Heathrow Airport then, transfer to the hotel for rest. If you come early then, at 2:30 pm you will go to visit Windsor Castle, residence of The Queen and the largest inhabited castle in the world. See the lavishly decorated State Apartments and courtyards. In the evening meet your tour director and trip participants over a welcome drink to discuss your itinerary before dining in your hotel and take a brief walk around the town afterwards.

Day 2: Head out into the English countryside today and travel through the delightful Cotswold. Stop in one of the villages to take photos before driving to Stratford-upon-Avon. Here visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace to see an exhibition about his life and work. Then enter the house where he was born to see rooms furnished as they would have been in his day. Drive north to Yorkshire and check in to your charming traditional hotel in central Harrogate.

Day 3: Drive to nearby York for a walking tour through medieval streets to see black and white half-timbered houses. Tour the stately York Minster, which towers over the old city and is renowned for magnificent stained glass windows. Travel north through the Northumberland National Park and pause in Jedburgh to view picturesque abbey ruins. Continue through the hilly countryside of the Scottish Borders to Edinburgh where your hotel is set in spacious grounds a few miles outside the city. Enjoy a lively Scottish Evening with dinner and entertainment.

Day 4: Explore central Edinburgh this morning, starting in the 200-year-old “New Town” with its planned streets and elegant Georgian houses where many famous writers and inventors lived. See the Royal Mile then, explore the massive Edinburgh Castle to see the Crown Jewels of Scotland and the Stone of Destiny and enjoy great city views. The afternoon is free for independent activities. You may like to visit some of the many museums or browse in the little shops along the Royal Mile.

Day 5: Stop in Gretna Green, the first village across the border from England where eloping couples used to cross into Scotland to be married at the Old Blacksmith’s Shop. See stunning views of lakes, gentle hills and valleys. Stop in Grasmere where William Wordsworth penned some of his popular lines and you can see his grave in the village churchyard. Continue to Liverpool to visit the Beatles Story where you can hear their music and learn about their lives and work. Check in to your centrally-located hotel and after dinner you may head to the world-famous Cavern Club.

Day 6: Drive south through Shropshire, one of the most unspoiled parts of rural England and close to the Welsh border. Stop in Ludlow, a town that can trace its origins back 900 years, to see the huge castle and old black-and-white houses. Continue south through the lovely Welsh countryside to visit the picturesque ruins of Tintern Abbey, founded in 1131. Continue to Cardiff, the youngest and fastest-growing capital city in Europe. Visit Cardiff Castle, which dates back nearly 2,000 years. See the 19th century fairy-tale apartments with ornate decorations and then enjoy a great Welsh banquet right in the Castle.

Day 7: Take a panoramic tour around the highlights of Cardiff including the older buildings as well as the iconic Wales Millennium Centre. A short drive will bring you to the spa city of Bath, popular for its natural hot springs with the Romans 2,000 years ago and again in the 18th century Regency period. Visit the Roman Baths and Pump Room, wonderfully preserved after two millennia, with hot springs still sending out healing waters. At Salisbury Plain marvel at the prehistoric circle of vast monoliths of Stonehenge and learn about the primitive builders. Continue into London and check in to your hotel.

Day 8: Today explore London on an independent open-top sightseeing bus tour – you have a choice of routes around London’s famous landmarks so you may get on and off wherever you wish. There is also a walking tour and a River Thames cruise. Visit either the Tower of London to view the magnificent Crown Jewels or Kensington Palace, home of Princess Diana. There is no shortage of great things to see and do and the bus routes go through many popular shopping districts, if you wish to buy souvenirs. In the evening you are free for dinner.

Day 9: Today you have a complete day at leisure to schedule your London sightseeing as you wish – your voucher for the open-top sightseeing tour is valid for 24 hours so you may choose to use it today if you did not use it on day 8.

Day 10: Take a transfer to Heathrow Airport in time for check in formalities and departure to your home land.

  • All accommodation, meals and breakfast costs during trip
  • Private London transfer
  • Visa fees
  • All air fare
  • All transportation costs during the trip
  • All taxes
  • Medical Insurance
  • Service tax on the total package cost
  • Any meals not specified above
  • Events, trade fairs surcharges that will be applicable on specific departure dates
  • Personal expenses

The trip can be customize according to your request.

Umesh Ghimire