ENGLAND & SCOTLAND DELIGHT PACKAGE 10 DAYS 9 NIGHTS. LONDON, ENDIBURGH, GLASGOW, BREAKFAST AND CITY TOUR INCLUDED. VISIT GREAT BRITAIN


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Inclusions:

  •     2 Nights accommodation with breakfast at hotels mentioned or similar in London
  •     2 Nights accommodation with breakfast at hotels mentioned or similar in Edinburgh
  •     2 Nights accommodation with breakfast at hotels mentioned or similar in Glasgow
  •     2 Nights accommodation with breakfast at hotels mentioned or similar in Windermere
  •     The Original London Sightseeing Tour
  •     Edinburgh Tour City Sightseeing
  •     Glasgow Tour City Sightseeing
  •     Britrail Pass 4 Days in 1 Month Flexi Saver in Second Class
  •     Reservation : London – Edinburgh / Glasgow – Lancaster / Oxenholm – London

Exclusions:

  •     Airfare, Airport Taxes
  •     Visas & Overseas Travel Insurance
  •     Meals other than mentioned in the itinerary
  •     High Season, Trade Fair & Special Event surcharge
  •     Anything not specifically mentioned in the Price Includes section.

England & Scotland Delights 
9 Nights / 10 Days
London |  Edinburgh |  Glasgow |  Windermere 
Rs 60,000/- Onwards (Valid till 30st Sep 2013)

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Day 1: ARRIVE London

Welcome to Great Britain. Arrive London, the vibrant capital of the British Empire, an amazing and constantly evolving city in the world. Transfer to your hotel by private car. In the evening we suggest you to take an optional cruise on the River Thames, enjoy this ideal cruise and see the key river sights of Central London, including the British Airways London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St.Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and many more. Overnight is at your hotel in London.

Day 2: London

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy city sightseeing of London on open bus tour. You can hop on and off at your own, which gives you an opportunity to admire some of the most beautiful and important sites and monuments in London. Visit the Buckingham Palace, the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen, do not miss Changing of the Guard event. Visit Westminister Abbey, stop at Houses of Parliament, view the majestic Big Ben, stop at famous Trafalgar Square, statue of Eros at Piccadilly Circus, St Paul's Cathedral, the symbolic Tower bridge and the Hyde Park. Don’t miss to visit tower of London, home to the British crown jewels. Overnight is at your hotel in London.

Day 3:London - Edinburgh

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to the station on your own to board your train to Edinburgh. This is Scotland's capital city which is mainly famous for its Castle, Palace, Royal Mile and outstanding medieval and Georgian architecture. Arrive Edinburgh and transfer to your hotel on your own. Overnight in Edinburgh.

Day 4 : Edinburgh

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy city sightseeing of Edinburgh on open bus tour. You can hop on and off at your own, which gives you an opportunity to admire some of the most beautiful and important sites and monuments in Edinburgh. Visit old and new towns, the Royal Mile, Carleton Hill and the Edinburgh castle. Overnight in Edinburgh.

Day 5: Edinburgh - Glasgow

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to the station on your own to board your train to Glasgow. Glasgow, the city is the center of style and vitality set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture. Glasgow boasts world famous art collections, the best shopping, and the most vibrant nightlife in Scotland. Overnight in Glasgow.

Day 6: Glasgow

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Proceed for the city tour. Enjoy city sightseeing of Glasgow on open bus tour. You can hop on and off at your own, which gives you an opportunity to admire some of the most beautiful and important sites and monuments in Glasgow. Visit many places of interest, including the Gothic Cathedral, the Riverside and the University. Overnight in Glasgow.

Day 7:Glasgow - Windermere

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to the station on your own to board your train to Windermere, England's largest lake in the Lake District. Explore this town on your own. with views of the lake from its shoreline to the high tops. Enjoy a scenic boat ride. Overnight in Windermere.

Day 8:Windermere

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Day is at leisure. Overnight in Windermere.

Day 9: Windermere - London

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to the station on your own to board your train to London. Day is at leisure. Overnight in London.

Day 10:Depart London

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Check out of your hotel and transfer on your own to the airport to board your flight back home or extend your holiday with us.

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London is a huge city, so all individual listings should be in the appropriate district articles. To make the most of the city's tremendous cultural offerings (performing arts, museums, exhibitions, clubs, eateries and numerous others), visitors will do well to pick up a copy of a cultural magazine like Time Out London (available at most corner shops and newsagents) which gives detailed information and critiques on what's around town including show times and current attractions. Their website also has major shows listed and there is also an iPhone/iPod app available - though these tend to not be as detailed as the print version.

  • Take a walk through London's Royal Parks. A good walk would start at Paddington station, and head through Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park (passing Buckingham Palace) and St James Park before crossing Trafalgar Square and the River Thames to the South Bank and Waterloo Station. At a strolling pace this walk would take half a day, with plenty of places to stop, sit, drink, eat en-route. A good pictorial description of this walk can be found online at Trips By Trains Royal Parks Walk 
  • The Science museum, located right next to the Natural History museum is a very popular museum. It is enormous and is a fascinating place to visit.
  • Another great place to walk is through Regents Park. It is full of some fantastic cafe's, bars and tennis courts. London Zoo is just on the other side of the park from the tube station. There are cycle and footpaths so it is definitely a place worth visiting
  • Live Music London is one of the best cities in the world for concerts, spanning from new musical trends to well known bands.
Between huge concert facilities and small pubs, there are hundreds of venues that organise and promote live music every week. Many concerts, especially in smaller or less known places are free, so there is plenty of choice even for tourists on a budget. London has long been a launchpad for alternative movements, from the mods of the 60s, punks of the 70s, new romantics of the 80s, the britpop scene of the 90s and in recent years the indie rock movement spearheaded by The Libertines and their ilk. It has one of the world's most lively live music scenes: any band heading a British, European or World tour will play London, not to mention the local talent.
London's Music Scene is incredibly diverse, covering all genres of music from electro-jazz to death-metal, and all sizes of bands, from the U2s and Rolling Stones of the world to one man bands who disband after their first gig.
  • Watch a movie As well as the world-famous blockbuster cinemas in the West End, London has a large number of superb art house cinemas. In the summer months, there are often outdoor screenings at various venues, such as Somerset House and in some of the large parks.
  • Watch football Take in a home match of one of the city's 15+ professional football clubs for a true experience of a lifetime as you see the passion of the "World's Game" in its mother country.
London will have six clubs in the top Premier League in the upcoming 2012–13 season: Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Queens Park Rangers (QPR), Tottenham Hotspur, and West Ham United. A level down, in the Football League Championship, finds Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, and Millwall. Five other clubs are in lower levels of the professional league system—Brentford and Leyton Orient in Football League One; and AFC Wimbledon, Barnet and Dagenham & Redbridge in Football League Two. Many of the bigger clubs will require booking in advance, sometimes many months ahead, but smaller clubs allow you to simply turn up on match day and pay at the gate. You will be able to find a ticket to a quality football match on any Saturday during the season.
  • WimbledonWimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is widely considered the most prestigious. Naturally it is a regular feature on the Tennis calendar. London goes "tennis crazy" for two weeks when the competition commences in late June and early July. One of the greatest traditions is to eat Strawberries and Cream, with sugar.  

There are many nightclubs, concerts and festivals in Glasgow.

 

  • Tollcross Park254B Wellshot Road Glasgow G32 7AXTollcross Park is internationally famous for its unique Rose Garden and impressive Winter Gardens. The park has many hidden gems including the Glen Nature Walk, Children's Farm and Courtyard Visitor Centre. The park is full of points of interest and offers a welcome retreat from the busy surrounding streets.The park is open from Dawn until Dusk. However the specific facilities in the park may differ. Free.  edit


Music

Glasgow's been famous for its music scene(s) for at least 20 years, with some top acts literally queuing to play at venues such as the Barrowlands or King' Tuts. There's plenty of venues where you're likely to see a good band (and lots of bad bands too); on any day of the week there should be at least several shows to choose from throughout the city, with the number increasing to a even greater variety on Thursday, Friday & Saturday. In no particular order, here follows some pop/indie/rock-orientated venues:

  • Nice 'n' Sleazy on Sauchiehall St. Open til 3AM every night of the week, with bands on practically every night also. Gigs are downstairs and bar upstairs plays a variety of alternative/rock/punk. Over 18's only (both bar and gigs), 
  • The Barrowland Ballroom (Gallowgate, 0.5km from Glasgow Cross),  The Barrowlands, as it is commonly known, is arguably the city's most famous and most respected live venue - famous for its sprung floor and excellent acoustics

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