Edinburgh, UK


Scotland & England Tour

Glasgow / Oban / Inverness / Edinburgh / York / Liverpool / Stratford-upon-Avon / Bristol / Kingston-upon-Thames

Feel the mystery

Two countries with very different geography and cultures, sources of many of the universal myths, stories, passions and cultural battles.

Surrounded by the cold waters of the Atlantic, the North Sea and the English Channel, Great Britain is the most famous island in the world. It was the political center of one of the most significant colonial and commercial empires that mankind has ever known and remains a universal beacon in subjects as different as literature, music, language, architecture, gardening, cinema, theatre, painting, etc. This destination is a journey through the history, culture and landscape of Scotland and England. The Lowlands have traditionally been Scotland’s industrial powerhouse and, recently, a platform for the arts. The Highlands and their islands are a territory dominated by myth: clans, bagpipes, whiskey, lake monsters and all the romance that the novels of Walter Scott and the city of Edinburgh give off. In England, we set foot in Northumbria, the beautiful eastern coastline where Celtic heritage can be felt, before exploring the heart of the island: the famous Yorkshire Dales and picturesque villages of Yorkshire, with its spectacular Gothic cathedrals, Roman remains and the literary landscape of the Brontë sisters. In Liverpool, the memory of the Industrial Revolution and the Beatles await us. Stop off at the Wedgewood Museum near Stoke on Trent, home of the Potteries.

A little further down, on the tree-lined banks of very idyllic Stratford-upon-Avon, everything revolves around Shakespeare and his universal work. In Oxford, the university, colleges, and monastic buildings erected in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance make up one of England’s most glorious urban profiles. Wessex combines Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument of Stonehenge with the aristocratic serenity of Bath and the multicultural effervescence of Bristol. The journey concludes by following the Thames Valley to the west of London. By then, we will have talked about Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Normans, monarchs and empires, religious and cultural wars, music, fashion, urban planning, literature and politics.


    The splendid Victorian architecture of the West End is home to magnificent museums and art galleries, while contemporary architecture has re-functionalized the Old Harbour and the Clydeside. Glasgow is today a vibrant natural gateway to the Highlands. Glasgow School of Art and Rennie Macintosh.
    is one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe, where medieval palaces rub shoulders with the best of modern architecture, Gothic churches with incredible museums and galleries, and the cobbled streets and narrow passages of the old town give visitors a glimpse of his past.
  • YORK
    England’s second city during the Middle Ages, kings often moved their court there while campaigning against Scotland. From that period, it preserves its walls, some houses and the most beautiful Gothic cathedral in England.
    From here, the first ocean liner sailed to the New World in 1840, and emigrants from all over the world destined for America reached the banks of the Mersey. Heavily bombed during the war, it lost its historic port architecture. The Beatles made it a centre of attention again, and today it is one of the cultural and artistic centers of the country.


  • 20 nights of accommodation in 4* hotels with breakfast
  • Transportation, tour leader and local guides services throughout the tour according to the itinerary
  • 3 nights in Glasgow with a panoramic tour, welcome dinner
  • 2 nights in Oban, excursion to Loch Lomond and the Isle of Mull with a panoramic tour, 2 dinners
  • 2 nights in Inverness, excursion to Wester Ross, 1 dinner
  • 3 nights in Edinburgh with a panoramic tour, 1 dinner
  • 2 nights in York with a panoramic tour, 1 dinner
  • 3 nights in Liverpool with a panoramic tour, 1 dinner
  • 1 night in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare sites, Oxford, 1 dinner
  • 3 nights in Bristol with a panoramic tour, Roman Baths and Stonehenge, 1 dinner
  • 1 night in Kingston-Upon-Thames, farewell dinner Entrance fees to sites: New Lanark, Urquhart Castle, Oxford University, Stonehenge, Bath Roman Baths, Stirling Castle, Alnwick Castle, Durham Cathedrals, York, Liverpool and Wells
  • Isle of Mull boat tours, Loch Ness, Thames sailing

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