9 Days


London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing  Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.Windermere is the largest natural lake in England.More than 11 miles (18 km) in length, and almost 1 mile (1.5 km) at its widest, it is a ribbon lake  formed in a glacial trough  after the retreat of ice at the start of the current interglacial  period. It has been one of the country’s most popular places for holidays.Edinburgh is Scotland’s compact, hilly capital. It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, used in the coronation of Scottish rulers.Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in Scotland’s western Lowlands. It’s famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, a rich legacy of the city’s 18th–20th-century prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding.

Trip Highlights:

  • London Airport to Hotel
  • London City Tour
  • Historical Tour
  • Oxford Tour
  • London to Windermere
  • Windermere to Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Sightseeing
  • Glasgow Tour
  • Transfer from Airport-Hotel-Airport


Upon arrival in London, our driver will meet you in the arrivals hall and transfer to your central city hotel. Check in hotel. Relax the day. In the evening, you could take yourself up to Leicester Square in the heart of London, where there’s plenty to see and do – including cinemas, restaurants, theatres, clubs and bars that make London such a vibrant city. Overnight stay at London.
After breakfast at the hotel, You could begin your discovery of London with a city tour conducted on the original London Double Decker Hop On – Hop Off Tour Bus. (Dependent on flight arrival time) The London tour offers several sightseeing routes that cover all the main sights in Central London with live commentary. Also included in your tour are the free walks and a cruise on the River Thames. The major sights include Buckingham Palace, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, The London Eye, Downing Street, St. Pauls Cathedral, The Tower of London, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus.The bus tour and route allow you the opportunity to come and go as you please, so that you can visit many of the great attractions around the city such as The Tower of London, where you can see the Crown Jewels including the Kohinoor, or experience to the breath-taking views of the city on one of London’s most popular attractions “The London Eye.” After sightseeing return back to hotel. Night stay at London.
After breakfast your coach will stop by and collect you from the hotel lobby before setting off to visit three of the UK’s most famous sites, Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath – England’s most beautiful Georgian city.This tour includes entrance to Windsor Castle,the home of the Royal Family for 900 years, and the world’s largest and oldest occupied castle. You will see the lavishly decorated State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel, travelling further through the rolling green Wiltshire landscape to Stonehenge, where a collection of stones dragged to this lonely plain near Salisbury 5,000 years agoset in a landscape dotted with prehistoric mounds and carvings, Stonehenge continues to enthral the imagination and captivate the heart of every visitor. Next, it’s on to Bath, famous for its elegant Georgian architecture, during the tour you will visit the Roman Baths, the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world and pump rooms which is a striking neo-classical salon where hot Spa water is drawn for drinking. Overnight at the hotel.
After morning breakfast, join an organized visit Oxford, with a tour of Christ Church College, with your onboard guide and see some of the locations used from the Harry Potter films including the Hogwarts dining hall. You then take a drive through one of the most scenic areas of England the Cotswolds, passing through charming villages with thatched cottages, tea shops and ancient inns.You’ll arrive in Stratford-upon- Avon, birthplace of the famous playwright William Shakespeare. You will visit Shakespeare’s Tudor-era home, with its typical parlour, bedrooms, kitchen and buttery. Finally Visit the fantastic medieval Warwick Castle where you will be taken back 100;s of year’s in history to a time of bloody battles, extravagant banquets and royal ceremonies. See waxwork display from Madame Tussaud’s and hear the Earl of Warwick as he prepares for the battle. See the gruesome dungeons where prisoners were tortured. After the tour return back to hotel. Overnight stay at London.
This morning is an early departure from London by train to Windermere. The 8.30 train arrives just after 11.30. We will arrange either an early check-in or for you to be able to drop your cases off at the front desk. You can then head into town for lunch. In the Afternoon Eight Northern Lakes Super tour Including Cruise on Derwentwater – The northern lakes and mountain passes, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Keswick-on-Derwentwater and lake cruise, the Derwent Round and over Newlands to Moss Force Waterfall,Buttermere, Crummock Water and Lorton Vale, Whinlatter Pass, Bassenthwaite, the Vale of St. John, Thirlmere and Grasmere. Overnight Stay at Windermere.
After morning breakfast checkout from hotel & jump aboard the train and head further north to the Scottish capital that is Edinburgh. The journey takes a little over two and a half hours, so need to leave until 10am, when the train will arrive just after 12.30pm. check in hotel. Relax & enjoy your day. In the afternoon explore the city by your own. Overnight Stay at Edinburgh.
After Morning breakfast You have to take a tour to Loch Ness, Glencoe & the Scottish Highlands, covering the magnificent beauty of Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, the Great Glen, Loch Ness and Pitlochry. Leaving Edinburgh, you’ll pass Linlithgow Palace (birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots), Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, to reach the most dramatic of all Highland glens, Glencoe. This area is steeped in history, and you will hear the truth about the infamous 1692massacre of Clan MacDonald. Journeying through Fort William, site of the military post built during the Jacobite Rebellions in the 18th century, you’ll continue up the Great Glen, between Fort William and Inverness. On the way back, you’ll stop at Spean Bridge before heading through the Cairngorms National Park, Craig Meagaidh & along the shores of Loch Laggan, where the TV series Monarch of the Glen was filmed. Continuing over the Drummochter Summit, where herds of red deer often graze, you’ll visit the Victorian town of Pitlochry. Overnight Stay in Edinburgh .
Today you head off to Scotland’s largest city Glasgow. This is just a short train journey and so you can be back in Edinburgh later on this afternoon. Tour Highlights: George Square, Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Science Centre, The Tall Ship, Glasgow University, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Botanical Gardens and Kelvingrove Park. Back in the city centre the Gallery of Modern Art has four floors of exhibition space that attracts visitors and locals alike and to the east the People’s Palace, on Glasgow Green, tells the story of the city from the perspective of ordinary working folk. The bustling Merchant City was once home to warehouses and markets. Now it’s a sophisticated area of bars, restaurants and housing. This historic area is home to towering Glasgow Cathedral, which dates from Norman times, the Necropolis where many of the city’s wealthy merchants are buried and the Provands Lordship, the oldest building in Glasgow. Glasgow is a city with its own style. A style that is reflected in its modern retail centres (known as “The Style Mile”) which attract shoppers from all over Europe.
Your entire tour ends here at Siem Reap. Grabbing the morning meal, enjoy the private ride to the airport from where you will catch the flight for onward destination.


The term of cost includes:

  • 04 Nights hotel accommodations in London.
  • 01 Nights hotel accommodations in Windermere.
  • 03 Nights hotel accommodations in Edinburgh.
  • Meal : As per Plan. 
  • London City Tour .
  • Historical Tour.
  • Oxford Tour.
  • London to Windermere – Tour.
  • Windermere to Edinburgh.
  • Edinburgh Sightseeing. 
  • Glasgow Tour.
  • Transfer from Airport-Hotel-Airport.
  • All sightseeing & tours by SIC Basis.

The term of cost excludes:

  • Meal Which is not included.
  • Guest Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Personal Expenses. 
  • All Entry fees.
  • Air Fare / Train Fare.
  • VISA.
  • Local Tax.


Is England a family friendly destination?

England is host to a range of family-friendly attractions, sites, and natural wonders. Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, fascinating historic sites like Stongehenge and Warwick Castle and thematic attractions like the London Eye and the Warner Bros Studio (with its incredible “The Making of Harry Potter” experience) are all sure to delight families of all stripes and sizes.

When is the best time to visit England?

England can be visited any time of year as its climate (generally) doesn’t experience extreme temperatures during summer or winter. Spring (from late March to early June) and autumn (from September to November) are excellent times to experience the changing colours of the countryside, though the country is a joy to explore year-round pending on travel goals.

Do I need a visa to travel to England?

Canadian and US passport holders do not need a visa to enter England as a visitor and can stay for as long as six months.

Is there transportation within England?

England’s transportation network makes traveling easy. Whether you’re riding in one of London’s red double-decker buses or on the tube (which is the subway),London is incredibly well connected via public transportation. Travel by train to explore the countryside, or consider a car rental to explore the country at your own pace. One important note to keep in mind if you are renting a car to drive around in England, the steering wheel is on the right side and cars drive on the left side of the road.

What language is spoken in England?

English is the most widely-spoken language throughout the United Kingdom and certainly across England, however, there are also a number of regional,lesser-known languages.

What currency is used in England?

The pound sterling (£) is the official currency of the United Kingdom. It is highly recommended that you change your national currency into pounds as it is uncommon for any other national currency, not even euros, to be accepted for payments in England.

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