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The United Kingdom in 2 Weeks
Day 1-2, London: Walking tour of London’s famous sights. Visit Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Hyde Park, and Kensington Gardens
Day 3, Stonehenge: Take an excursion to Stonehenge, located just 2 hours outside of London. Stop at Highclere Castle along the way, the setting for Downton Abbey.
Day 4, Bath: Explore this historic city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, commonly thought of as one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. Visit the location where the first King of England was crowned, and the ancient Roman Baths.
Day 5, Cardiff: Explore the historic Wales capital. Tour the castle and Millennium stadium.
Day 6, Liverpool: Take a Beatles tour and visit other famous sites along the way.
Day 7-8, Glasgow: Drive through the idyllic English Lake District to Glasgow. Stop at St. Oswald's Church along the way to visit the grave of William Wordsworth. In Glasgow, visit St Mungo's Cathedral, George Square, and enjoy a traditional pub meal.
Day 9-11, Scottish Highlands: Get a feel for the true Scottish highlands with a drive through the Isle of Skye and Glencoe. Visit famous Loch Ness, Loch Lomond, Ben Nevis, Eilean Donan Castle, and the Museum of the Isles which offers fascinating geological information of the area.
Day 12-13, Edinburgh: Stirling Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh Castle. Enjoy a classic Scotch Whiskey tasting.
Day 14, London: Return to London on a long drive through the picturesque North of England.
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The United Kingdom in 3 Weeks
Day 1-3, London: Visit Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Hyde Park, and Kensington Gardens. Take a guided walking tour to historic literary attractions, and important sites such as the Tower of London. Don’t miss a photo-op with a classic red phone box!
Day 4, Stonehenge: Spend half a day at mysterious and historic Stonehenge. Learn about the site from an archaeologist. Head to Plymouth to see the Mayflower Steps and an excursion to Dartmoor National Park.
Day 5-6, Cornwall: St. Michael’s Mount, St. Ives, Plymouth Sound cruise.
Day 7-8, Bath: Explore this historic city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, commonly thought of as one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. Visit the location where the first King of England was crowned, and the ancient Roman Baths.
Day 9, Cardiff: Head to Wales today for a tour of historic Cardiff
Day 10, Blarney: Cross St. George’s Channel to Rosslare, and from there visit Blarney, where you can kiss the famous stone for good luck.
Day 11-12, Kilarny: The wild lands of Killarney are beautiful and perfect for some outdoor activities. Also see Ross Castle, Dingle Bay, Innisfallen Abbey. Enjoy a performance of traditional Irish music.
Day 13-14, Limerick: Pass through the stunning Dingle Peninsula on your way to Limerick. Cliffs of Moher. See the grave of W.B. Yeats.
Day 15-16, Belfast: Visit where the Titanic was built, See Giant’s Causeway
Day 17, Dublin: O’Connell Street, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, excursion to the Guinness Storehouse.
Day 18, Glasgow: Pass through Glen Coe, and cruise on Loch Lomond before arriving in Glasgow. Take a walking history tour before stopping into a traditional pub for a meal.
Day 19-20, Inverness: Explore the Scottish highlands with a visit to Loch Ness, and Cawdor Castle
Day 21, Edinburgh: Pass famous St. Andrews, known to golf enthusiasts everywhere. Explore the lively city of Edinburgh and enjoy a whiskey tasting.
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