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11 Days/ 10 Nights Edinburgh to London

11 Days/ 10 Nights Edinburgh to London

Day 01 : Edinburgh 

Your beautiful journey will start from Edinburgh, the oldest city in Scotland apart from Inverness. With The Edinburgh Castle as the main icon to be visited, which was housed for The Quin Marry The First Women Ruler of Scotland.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 02 : Edinburgh - Inverness

Next up is the oldest city in Scotland and placed in the Scottish Highlands, the infamous city of Inverness. The name Inverness came from the Scottish Gaelic Language (Inbhir Nis), meaning "Mouth of the River Ness" which is the northern end of "Loch Ness". Let's enjoy the tranquility of Inverness.

Meals : Breaksfast


Day 03 : Inverness - Isle of Skye

The next morning we will continue our journey to the largest and northernmost of the major islands in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, Isle of Skye. we will be exploring the Capitol City of Isle of Skye first, Portree. Which is known for its picturesque harbour.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 04 : Isle of Skye

In this day we will continue our journey in Isle of Skye. The island's peninsulas radiate from a mountainous hub dominated by the Cuillin, the rocky slopes of which provide some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in the country.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 05 : Isle of Skye - Fort William

On day 5 we will move on to Fort William, a small town located in Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands. With The Shamble in old town and The Jacobite Train as the icon. It's very fascinating walking tour with the history, medieval street and horror story between the walls of Fort William.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 06 : Fort William - Lake Distric - Liverpool

After exploring the beautifull City of Fort William, we will now go to Lake District. Then we'll be visiting The Casterlerigg Stone Circle, which has the most heavenly view in Lake District. After we visit The Casterlerigg Stone Circle we'll go to the next beautifull spot which is The Lake District National Park. The Lake District National Park includes some of the country's largest lakes, its tallest peak, and some of its loveliest scenery. The scenery and nature inspired writers, poets, and artists, some of whom made their homes here. Then when the night comes, we will move to Liverpool to take beauty nap there.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 07 : Liverpool - Cotswold - Oxford

After we take a beauty nap in Liverpool, now we go to Cotswold. Cotswold is an area in south-central England, along a range of rolling hills that rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale. Cotswold have some of the beautifull places as well, Like Bibury, Stow on the Wold, and also Bourton on the Water. For the night we'll stay in Oxford.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 08 : Oxford - Seven Sister Cliff - Rye

After a night stay in Oxford we'll continue our journey to The Seven Sister Cliff. The Seven Sisters Cliffs are a series of chalk sea cliffs on the English Channel coast, and are a stretch of the sea-eroded section of the South Downs range of hills, in the county of East Sussex, in south-east England. The Seven Sister Cliff also have a stunning and heavenly view. Then we'll go to the next destination which is Rye.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 09 : Rye - Canterbury 

There are actually less people who heard about this small town in England, which is Rye. Rye is a small town and civil parish in the Rother district, in East Sussex, England, two miles from the sea at the confluence of three rivers: the Rother, the Tillingham and the Brede. In here you can find some old houses and building from the medieval era, which is also glorious to look at. Then we move to a nearby town called Canterbury. Canterbury is also a small and old town, which you can ride a boat to explore the area further more.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 10 : Canterbury - London 

After a day and a night in Rye and Canterbury, we'll now go to the famous city of London. London being the capitol city of United Kingdom, has a lot of tour sites to offer. Big Ben being the first and the famous one, then you got the London eye, Westminster Abbey, St. James Park, The Buckingham Palace, Travalgar Square, and then The famous Picadili Circle, don't forget about the Oxford streets where you can buy gifts and things exclusively from the United Kingdom.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 11 : Depart to airport 

well here we are, on the last day of our journey in United Kingdom. We hope we can see you again in the near future and we can re-do our adventure again. Thank you for adventuring with BTB Tours. Bye Bye now.






    Price include :

    - An experience driver guide

    - Meals as mention on itinerary

    - Accomodation,steam train ticket and Whitby Abbey

    Price exclude :

    - Tipping for the driver

    - Entrance ticket not mention above

    - Personal expenses such laundry,phone, etc

    - Travel Insurance


    Period prior to departure, notice of cancellation is received by us or your travel agent

    Cancellation charge per person cancelling

    Prior to 61 days:

    loss of deposit

    60 – 42 days:

    50% of total holiday cost

    41 – 33 days:

    60% of total holiday cost

    32 – 15 days:

    90% of total holiday cost

    14 days or less:

    100% of total holiday cost

    NB: In some instances, airline ticketing deadlines may result in higher cancellation charges being applied to your booking. Similarly, hotels may charge a higher cancellation fee and you may therefore be charged a higher amount than detailed above. Amendment and cancellation charges for bookings containing cruising elements will be applied in line with the cruise provider’s own booking conditions. These could be up to 100% of the total holiday cost and may vary between cruise providers.

    If you have taken advantage of an airline offer and paid a higher deposit, the cancellation charge payable by you will be the higher of this deposit or the appropriate cancellation charge detailed above.

    You may cancel your booking without paying cancellation charges if the performance of your package, or the carriage of passengers to your destination, is significantly affected by unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances. In such circumstances, we will arrange for your booking to be terminated and for you to receive a full refund. We will observe advice provided by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.

    It is important to enquire for full details of cancellation terms at the time of booking and cancellation. We would strongly recommend that you take out appropriate travel insurance which includes cover against loss of deposit and cancellation fees.

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