Book a 4-Day tour of England and Scotland from Paris to Edinburgh. See all the sights in London, Cambridge, York, Edinburgh, and more!
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We will meet our guide and the remainder of our team in the morning as we begin our incredible UK trip.
With a picturesque drive to Calais, we'll kick stuff off. Our coach will either cross the English Channel by ferry or arrive at Port of Dover via Eurotunnel. Enjoy driving through the lovely landscape of England on the way to London.
We will start our exciting UK trip with a walking tour of the main attractions of London (only outside): Big Ben, Parliament House, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing Street, Whitehall, St James Park, Buckingham Palace and River Thames.
We will visit the famous British Museum in the afternoon, and St Paul's Cathedral if time permits. You'll appreciate the Tower Bridge and London Tower scene while you're on board the coach.
We're going to remain overnight in a nearby town or London.
We will leave London after breakfast at the hotel to visit one of the most famous academic organizations in England: Cambridge University, which includes King's College and Queen's College, among many other world-famous faculties.
We will travel to York, a real medieval melting pot of Roman, Saxon and Viking heritage, after exploring this historic town. The town, mostly intact from the Middle Ages, is symbolic of the more bucolic side of England. We're going to visit York Minster, Northern Europe's biggest Gothic cathedral. We will then step up on the walls of York City, dating back to Roman times.
There will be plenty of time to explore for those interested in discovering the little grass-roots stores.
Today we're going to cross the border into Scotland and visit the compact but intriguing capital of the country, Edinburgh, the ideal Scottish heritage representation. Wooden single malt whiskey barrows, checked kilts and Scottish bagpipes will make you love this vibrant nation full of quirky characters.
First on the agenda is a visit to Edinburgh Castle (admission not included) where the oldest royal crown and jewelry will be admired. From here we're going to go down the Royal Mile to Holyrood Palace, City Hall and Royal Parks. You may also choose to join us for a visit to the Ivory Cafe of JK Rowling, where Harry Potter was written, to enjoy a cup of coffee (own cost).
The service for this particular itinerary will end at roughly 5:30pm at the public parking region near Edinburgh Castle.