London Scotland & Ireland Tour (Deluxe)

  • Trip Overview
  • Daily Itinerary
  • Hotel
  • Inclusions & Exclusions
  • Cancellation Policy
Price Include : , 10 Sightseeing, Only Breakfast, Welcome Drink, Airport Transfers, Train Station Transfers, Visa, Train Ticket, Travel Insurance
Day 1

DELHI – LONDON

Board your flight from Delhi to London at Hrs. and reach London at Hrs. On arrival, you will be directly transferred to Hotel. After check in, rest of the day is free for leisure. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel

Day 2

LONDON (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to 1 Day Hop-on-Hop-off Bus. Standard Tickets of London Eye, Madame Tussauds and Sea Life Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : London Eye

The London Eye is a cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom with over 3.75 million visitors annually, and has made many appearances in popular culture. The structure is 135 metres tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres. When it opened to the public in 2000 it was the world's tallest Ferris wheel.

SIGHTSEEING : London Hop-On Hop-Off

Yellow Route Our main London tourist route takes you to all of the top attractions. The Yellow Route is our most frequent service which means that if you hop-off quickly to explore an area or landmark, the next bus is never far behind. If you have a 24, 48 or 72 hour ticket, make the most of your free Thames river cruise by hopping off at Westminster, taking the river cruise to Tower Pier and boarding Yellow Route again at the Tower of London.The Yellow Route is the perfect way to find your bearings in London before exploring the city by foot. We have a live guided tour in English and an audio guided tour in 11 languages on this route. Once you hop on board, we will take you past the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade, Pall Mall, Piccadilly Circus and St James’s Palace. The Yellow Route also crosses London Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Waterloo Bridge and Tower Bridge.Live Guided Tour Buses: Buses will display 'English live guide'' on the light-up screen on the front & side will have entertaining live-guided commentary. The live-guided tours will be every 45-60 minutes (roughly every third bus) on the Yellow Route 

SIGHTSEEING : Madame Tussauds

Often referred to as “London’s favourite tourist attraction,” Madame Tussauds in London has been visited by around 500 million people since it first opened, and attracts over 2.5 million visitors every year.Madame Tussauds in London (which is one of a chain of wax museums located all over the world) features more than 400 life-like replicas of some of the most recognizable faces in the world, ranging from legends and superstars, historical icons and geniuses, and even religious figures and murderers.The museum was founded and named after the famed wax sculptor Marie Tussaud, who was born in Strasbourg, France in 1761. During her lifetime Tussaud made a name for herself by sculpting realistic, life-like wax figures of famous people like Lord Nelson, Winston Churchill and Sir Walter Scott.The first exhibition of Madame Tussauds in London opened in 1835 on Baker Street, but was later moved to its present location on Marylebone Road in 1894. 

Day 3

LONDON (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, rest of the day is free for leisure. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

LONDON (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to enjoy Bath, Stonehenge and the English Countryside Day Tour. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel

SIGHTSEEING : London Hop-On Hop-Off

Yellow Route Our main London tourist route takes you to all of the top attractions. The Yellow Route is our most frequent service which means that if you hop-off quickly to explore an area or landmark, the next bus is never far behind. If you have a 24, 48 or 72 hour ticket, make the most of your free Thames river cruise by hopping off at Westminster, taking the river cruise to Tower Pier and boarding Yellow Route again at the Tower of London.The Yellow Route is the perfect way to find your bearings in London before exploring the city by foot. We have a live guided tour in English and an audio guided tour in 11 languages on this route. Once you hop on board, we will take you past the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade, Pall Mall, Piccadilly Circus and St James’s Palace. The Yellow Route also crosses London Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Waterloo Bridge and Tower Bridge.Live Guided Tour Buses: Buses will display 'English live guide'' on the light-up screen on the front & side will have entertaining live-guided commentary. The live-guided tours will be every 45-60 minutes (roughly every third bus) on the Yellow Route 

SIGHTSEEING : Stonehenge

Windsor Castle - first group to enter in the morningOver 900 years of royal history are waiting for you in Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames just outside of London. From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. We shall be amongst the first people to enter Windsor Castle, so you can see for yourself the splendor of St. Georges chapel and the sumptuous state apartments. Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs. Shakespeare is said to have written his play The Merry Wives of Windsor in one of them!Lunch in a 14th century pub in LacockWhat better way to enjoy lunch than in a classic country pub? Relax and soak up the charming atmosphere while being served some delicious home cooked food. Why not try the fish and chips? * Lunch will be taken late in the afternoon.  Also the order of the visit may change and lunch may be replaced by supper.BathBath, another world heritage site. Bath is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Following our panoramic tour of the city, there will be time to visit Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge overlooking the river Avon cascading over the weir. And you can shop, explore or take afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the string quartet.StonehengeThe most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and now a world heritage site, Stonehenge stands alone in the vast empty tract of Salisbury plain. Its origins date back nearly 5,000 years and it has been home to pagan religion and spiritual worship, not to be mention public debate ever since. What was this vast collection of stones intended for? Was it observatory of the moon, a temple to the sun, or an elaborate cemetery? Who were the people who carried and carved these 40 ton rocks? Come and unlock the secrets for yourself and marvel at this remarkable and mysterious feat of ancient engineering and design.

Day 5

LONDON – EDINBURG (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, enjoy Small – Group Changing of the Guard Walking Tour and then check out from hotel and then you will be transferred to Train Station to board your train from London to Edinburgh at Hrs. reach Edinburgh. On arrival, you will be transferred to Hotel. After check in, rest of the day is free for leisure. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Guard soldiers actually work in shifts of 2 hours each, which means new guards begin their shift every 2 hours.When we talking about The Changing of the Guard, we are referring to the replacement of the entire group (who have been sharing the 2-hour shifts between them) with a new group of soldiers, who will then take it in turn to work their own 2-hour shifts.It is the changing of each larger group that is referred to when discussing the Changing of the Guard and it is only during this change that guests will see the marching band, parade, etc.IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a rough outline of the ceremony. In recent months, due to security concerns, the ceremony has been subject to cancellations and alterations – one of which means that oftentimes there is no musical support marching with the Guards.

Day 6

EDINBURGH (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to enjoy Loch Lomond National Park, Stirling Castle. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress which dominates the skyline of Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, from its position on the Castle Rock. Archaeologists have established human occupation of the rock since at least the Iron Age, although the nature of the early settlement is unclear. There has been a royal castle on the rock since at least the reign of David I in the 12th century, and the site continued at times to be a royal residence until 1633. From the 15th century the castle's residential role declined, and by the 17th century it was principally used as military barracks with a large garrison.

Day 7

EDINBURGH (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel

SIGHTSEEING : The Highlands

The Highland Games are renowned the world over as a test of strength between Clans. These athletic contests date back over 900 years and the Games are a fantastic spectacle where you’ll see Highland dancing, pipe band displays, hammer throwing, tug-of-war and caber tossing. We have created a range of day tours based around these spectacular cultural events that include the best of our beautiful landscape. Each has its own local charm and character. Leave Edinburgh at 08.30am* and travel to the heart of our country to discover picturesque towns or villages. Spend the day mingling with the locals, admiring traditional Highland Dress and trying local specialities before arriving in Edinburgh at 5.45 pm.Our programme includes a visit to the world famous Braemar Gathering attended by members of the Royal Family since Queen Victoria first attended in 1844. (*Braemar Gathering departs at 08.00am and returns at approximately at 8.30pm)See Highland Games Programme for 2020 on Tour Options tab.

Day 8

EDINBURGH – DUBLIN (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check out from the hotel and then you will be directly transferred airport to board your flight from Edinburgh to Dublin at Hrs. (flight tickets on your own) and reach Dublin at Hrs. On arrival, you will be directly transferred to Hotel. After check in, rest of the day is free for leisure. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 9

DUBLIN (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to enjoy Blarney Castle Day Tour Including Rock of Cashel & Cork City. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.Top of FormBottom of Form

SIGHTSEEING : Blarney Castle

As millions of Irish people at home and abroad celebrate Saint Patrick's Day by pinning shamrocks to their clothes and downing the odd pint or two, their Celtic cousins across the sea in Scotland have shattered a couple of myths about one of Ireland's most iconic tourist attractions.The Blarney Stone – famous for giving you the "gift of the gab" if you kiss it – is 100% Irish, according to researchers at Glasgow University.For centuries, legends have abounded about the origins of the stone, which some have claimed was hewn from Stonehenge or sent over as a gift from the Scots by Robert the Bruce after victory at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314. But the secret of the stone has been unravelled after the discovery of a unique 19th-century microscopic slide taken from the rock at Blarney Castle, near Cork.

SIGHTSEEING : Rock of Cashel

Rock of Cashel Tours The fifth-century home of the kings of Munster, the Rock of Cashel—or St. Patrick’s Rock, as it’s also known—is now home to a collection of religious monuments, including a roofless medieval cathedral and a 12th-century chapel. Set atop an elevated knoll, the site commands excellent views over the green, grassy Irish countryside.  The Basics When visiting the Rock of Cashel, you can tour the site independently or join one of the 45-minute guided tours that take place several times a day. These guided tours cover St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the 92-foot (28-meter) 12th-century round tower, the high cross, and the Romanesque St. Cormac’s Chapel. You can visit the Rock of Cashel as part of half or full-day organized sightseeing tours from both Dublin and Cork, which typically include other nearby attractions such as Blarney Castle and Kilkenny. The Rock of Cashel also features on multi-day tours from Dublin, along with other attractions around the Ring of Kerry, the Wild Atlantic Way, Cork, and Connemara. Things to Know Before You Go The Rock of Cashel is a must for history buffs. Allow around 1–1.5 hours to properly explore.  Bring rainproof gear, as much of the site is in the open air. Wheelchair users can be accommodated with advance notice. Most of the paths and some of the buildings at the site are accessible. 

SIGHTSEEING : Cork City

Ireland’s second city, Cork is a cultural hub famous for its historic landmarks and Georgian architecture. Whether you’re checking off the sights on a day trip or stopping through on a tour of southern Ireland, here’s how to visit Cork from Dublin. Cork and Blarney Castle Combo Tours Most day tours to Cork from Dublin include a visit to the area’s star attraction, Blarney Castle, located just outside the city. In addition to touring the castle and getting the chance to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone, you’ll have free time to explore Cork city and make stops at nearby attractions such as the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary. Rail Tours Rail tours offer the quickest way to get to Cork from Dublin—it’s only a 2.5-hour train journey between the two cities, and you can purchase drinks and meals onboard. Most tours are accompanied by a guide the whole way and include visits to various top attractions such as Blarney Castle and Cobh. Multi-Day Tours Cork is the gateway to south Ireland, and a multi-day tour means you can take in more of the region’s highlights. Opt for a 3-, 4- or 6-day tour by rail or coach from Dublin, and drive the famous Ring of Kerry, visit towns such as Limerick and Dingle, or head up the west coast to Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, or Connemara. Most multi-day tours include hotel accommodation, meals, and roundtrip transport. Things to Know Cork is 156 miles (252 km) southwest of Dublin, or about a three-hour drive. Day tours from Dublin typically last about 12 hours given the travel times, so prepare for a long trip. Be sure to bring your camera, seasonal clothing, and water and snacks for the journey. Some tours provide hotel pickup, lunch, and entrance fees.

Day 10

DUBLIN – DELHI (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check out from the hotel and then you will be transferred to airport to board your flight from Dublin to Delhi at Hrs. and reach Delhi at Hrs
 

Day 1

Day 2

  • London
  • SightSeeing
    London Eye (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    London Hop-On Hop-Off (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Madame Tussauds (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 3

Day 4

  • London
  • SightSeeing
    London Hop-On Hop-Off (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Stonehenge (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 5

  • Edinburgh
  • SightSeeing
    Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 6

  • Edinburgh
  • SightSeeing
    Edinburgh Castle (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 7

  • Edinburgh
  • SightSeeing
    The Highlands (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 8

Day 9

  • Dublin
  • SightSeeing
    Blarney Castle (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Rock of Cashel (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Cork City (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 10

  • Checkout from the hotel. Package ends on this day!
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusions
  • TERMS & CONDITIONS
  • Travel Basics
  • Booking Term
  • Why Choose Us

Inclusions

Inclusions

Exclusions

Exclusions

Terms & Conditions

Terms And Conditions

Travel Basics

Travel Basics

Booking Term

Booking Terms

Why Choose Us

Why Use Us

Cancellation Policy

CancellationPolicy

Rs 1,15,599 P P Twin Sharing
Private

Rs 1,15,599 P P Twin Sharing