This is the ultimate tour of Britain for foodies. From London to Cornwall, from York to Edinburgh—you'll explore local food markets, discover London's affinity for chocolate, fish for your lunch off the English coast, learn the secrets of pairing tea with cheese, tour and sample at gin and scotch distilleries, and visit three brewpubs. Along the way you'll explore some of Britain's historic sites.
Enjoy capital city life in Edinburgh, then highland capital city life in Inverness! This itinerary will offer you the best of the lowlands and the highlands of Scotland in a week.
Taste of British Classics Visit three of Great Britain’s most historic and beautiful cities � London, York and Edinburgh � and walk through some of their oldest neighborhoods, sampling and learning about the highlights of English and Scottish food and drink. Includes: 3 Nights LondonHistoric Pubs of the London Docklands Walking TourBorough Market Food Walking TourLondon Oyster CardLondon TripBuilder CityGuide2 Nights YorkCheese and Tea Pairing Workshop3 Nights EdinburghPickering�s Gin Distillery Tour & TastingSeafood and Scotch Full-Day Tour1st-Class Rail Between Cities with Seat ReservationDaily Breakfast
BritRail Special In this itinerary, you get to travel from London through York to Edinburgh, the cultural capital of Scotland. We’ve included the must-see and must-dos in London, York and Edinburgh, but there’s enough flexibility to add enough additional options that will make your vacation yours as well as taking advantage of this BritRail Extra Day Free Promotion. Includes: 3 Nights LondonOyster CardLondon TripBuilder GuidebookHop-on/Hop-off Tour1st Class BritRail Pass � 3 Days in 1 Month (+1 Day Free) (Seat Reservations not Included)1 Night YorkHop-on/Hop-off Tour2 Nights EdinburghHop-on/Hop-off Tour
Speyside Whisky Tour Discover the secrets and stories behind the production of Scotland’s national drink and share in a “wee dram” with the locals. Stay in a quaint Bed and Breakfast or 3-star hotel to round out your experience. Includes: All Ground Transfers via 16-Passenger Minicoach2 Nights Grantown-on-Spey at a B&B or 3-Star HotelTour and Tasting at 4 Whisky DistilleriesDaily Breakfast
Perfect Perth With a rich and influential history that stretches back over 800 years, Perth has served as Scotland’s capital. Includes: 2 Nights Accommodations and One DinnerHighland Safari Tour3-Day Compact Manual Car RentalDaily Breakfast
Isle of Skye Explore the Isle of Skye with its rich heritage and stunning landscapes. A land of extreme contrasts and beauty reaching out to the sea, where the keeps of Clans, enchanting villages, the impressive Cullin Ridge and the many lochs and bays make for one of the most memorable vacations in Britain. Discover this timeless land of legend from the comfort of a minicoach on an escorted small group tour on your next vacation to Britain. Includes: All Ground Transfers via 16-passenger Minicoach2 Nights Accommodations at B&B (3 Star Hotel also available)Daily Touring with Professional GuideDaily Breakfast
Experience Scotland Discover Scotland’s rich history, culture, art, castles, whisky, cultural heritage and nature. This independent travel vacation incorporates the must-see gems of Scotland with plenty of free-time to take in the sites and explore. Includes: 2 Nights EdinburghHop-on/Hop-off City TourEntrance to Edinburgh Castle with Afternoon Tea1 Night Aberdeen2 Nights InvernessLoch Ness Boat Cruise2 Nights ObanRoundtrip Ferry Tickets from Oban to Isle of Mull1 Night Glasgow6-Day Compact Manual Car RentalDaily Breakfast
Scotland Self-Drive With such a stunningly diverse landscape, Scotland is one of those regions that lends itself perfectly to a week-long road trip. After arriving in Edinburgh and picking up the rental car, your client is ready for the Scottish adventure of a lifetime. Edinburgh Castle is a must-see, built in the 11th century as a royal residence and military fortress. Attractions like the Isle of Skye are perfect for travelers with their own transportation. Your client can walk along the cliffs and plateaus of the Quiraing or visit the emblematic Dunvegan Castle. In Glasgow, the imposingly dark, vaulted Glasgow Cathedral dates back to the 15th century and features carved stone pillars and an incredible collection of stained glass windows. The city�s flourishing pub culture make it a great place to sip whiskey and chat with the locals. Birders will love the Hermaness National Nature Reserve in Unst, where a 4.5-mile trail winds past cliffs covered with nesting gannets, fulmars, and puffins.