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All Around the British Isles

September 13 - September 26, 202014 Days (Including Travel Period)

England – Scotland – Wales – Northern Ireland

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$ 3,688.00
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  • Suggested Itinerary

    Sep 13 - Day 01 - MANILA - EDINBURGH
    Depart from Manila to Edinburgh.
    Sep 14 - Day 02 - ARRIVAL IN EDINBURGH (L)
    Arrive in Edinburgh. Short panoramic sightseeing tour of Scotland’s capital city, including the famous sights of the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle. Check in for 2 nights at your hotel. Free time in the evening.
    Sep 15 - Day 03 - EDINBURGH – GLASGOW - EDINBURGH (B-D)
    Glasgow enjoy a short sightseeing tour of the city of Glasgow taking in all the highlights including George Square and the Cathedral. Glasgow has preserved much of its Victorian architecture and is home to over 20 museums and art galleries. Overnight and dinner in Edinburgh.
    Sep 16 - Day 04 - EDINBURGH – BELFAST (B-D)
    Enjoy a scenic drive through south west Scotland and onward by ferry to Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland. Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour of the key landmarks of the city. Take in the historic Old Cathedral Quarter and St Anne’s’ Cathedral, famous for its impressive stained glass window collection, the imposing Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall before dinner and checking in at your hotel in Belfast Northern Ireland.
    Sep 17 - Day 05 - BELFAST (B-D)
    Today you’ll visit the highlights of Northern Ireland starting with Carrickfergus Castle, the finest and best preserved Norman castle in Ireland. Then travel along the coast through Larne, the “gateway to the glens” including picturesque Glenariff an on up to the Carrickarede Rope Bridge, a precarious wobbly bridge made from rope every year by salmon fishermen as access to their fishery. Next visit the world-famous Giant’s Causeway – 37,000 basalt columns extending from the cliffs down to the sea created by volcanic events 60 million years ago. There’s also a stop at Old Bushmills Distillery – the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery. Overnight in Belfast.
    Sep 18 - Day 06 - BELFAST - LIVERPOOL (B-D)
    After breakfast transfer to Liverpool where the music revolution of the 60’s really took off. After arrival visit Beatles Museum. Dinner and overnight in Liverpool.
    Sep 19 - Day 07 - LIVERPOOL – YORK - BIRMINGHAM (B-D)
    Full day excursion to York, a Roman and Viking capital, steeped in history and famed for its fine medieval walls and its magnificent cathedral – York Minster. Overnight in Birmingham area
    Sep 20 - Day 08 - BIRMINGHAM – STRATFORD UPON AVON – BATH (B-D)
    After breakfast travel to Stratford upon Avon. Stratfordupon- Avon is the birthplace and home of William Shakespeare, and his house can still be visited in the centre of the town; the local church contains his grave and time permitting the house of Mary Arden, his mother, is well worth viewing. Next we travel south through the amazingly picturesque villages of the Cotswold Hills. Overnight in the Bath area.
    Sep 21 - Day 09 - BATH – CARDIFF – BATH (B-D)
    Full day excursion to South Wales . The South Coast of Wales is made up of magnificent coastlines , coastal footpaths and areas of outstanding natural beauty. The area is dominated by Cardiff, the country’s capital city. Our first stop is the remarkably well preserved Caerphilly Castle, the largest in the country. Transfer to Llandaff Cathedral which is the oldest cathedral in the British Isles. In the afternoon travel to Cardiff, the capital of Wales, where you can see its Castle as well as the newly developed Cardiff Bay area and the stunning Millennium Stadium. Overnight in Bath.
    Sep 22 - Day 10 - BATH – SALISBURY – LONDON (BD)
    This morning explore the Regency city of Bath, prized by the Romans for its hot springs, and you can see why in the amazingly well preserved Roman Baths and Pump Room. From Bath we journey east to see the mystic stone circle of Stonehenge, a major gathering place for the ancient Druids. Transfer to London for dinner and overnight.
    Sep 23 - Day 11 - LONDON – WINDSOR – LONDON (B-D)
    In the morning enjoy a short sightseeing tour taking in the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, final resting place of seventeen monarchs, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column, and Piccadilly Circus. In the afternoon half Day visit to the Royal Castle of Windsor the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world and one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. The Castle’s dramatic site encapsulates 900 years of British history. It covers an area of 26 acres and as well as a royal palace contains the magnificent St George’s Chapel and the homes and workplaces of a large number of people.. Dinner and overnight in London.
    Sep 24 - Day 12 - LONDON – OXFORD – BICESTER – LONDON (B-L)
    After breakfast travel to Oxford, home of one of the world’s oldest universities with a visit to one of its prestigious Colleges. Lunch and transfer to Bicester Village for some superb shopping. Overnight in London.
    Sep 25 - Day 13 - LONDON DEPARTURE (B)
    After breakfast, free time until transfer to airport
    Sep 26 - Day 14 - ARRIVAL IN MANILA
    Home sweet home.
  • Terms & Conditions

    • Non-refundable deposit of USD500 per person
    • MIN. OF 20PAX TO RUN THIS TOUR, if min pax did not meet, Airlite Travel will refund the reservation or suggest other possible date or other packages.

    Exclusions:

    • Airline Taxes $200- $250 APPROX
    • Tipping ($10/day/person)
    • Visa Fee – Php10,500.00
    • Porterage
    • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Beverages during meals and sightseeing
  • Package Inclusion

    • Round-trip Airfare
    • 12D11N Hotel accommodation
    • Daily breakfast
    • All service mentioned on the itinerary
    • Meals as per itinerary (L-Lunch /D-Dinner)
    • Tours & Transportation as per itinerary
    • FREE Travel Insurance
    • Souvenir
    • Tour Coordinator from Airlite Travel
  • Suggested Itinerary

    Sep 13 - Day 01 - MANILA - EDINBURGH
    Depart from Manila to Edinburgh.
    Sep 14 - Day 02 - ARRIVAL IN EDINBURGH (L)
    Arrive in Edinburgh. Short panoramic sightseeing tour of Scotland’s capital city, including the famous sights of the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle. Check in for 2 nights at your hotel. Free time in the evening.
    Sep 15 - Day 03 - EDINBURGH – GLASGOW - EDINBURGH (B-D)
    Glasgow enjoy a short sightseeing tour of the city of Glasgow taking in all the highlights including George Square and the Cathedral. Glasgow has preserved much of its Victorian architecture and is home to over 20 museums and art galleries. Overnight and dinner in Edinburgh.
    Sep 16 - Day 04 - EDINBURGH – BELFAST (B-D)
    Enjoy a scenic drive through south west Scotland and onward by ferry to Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland. Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour of the key landmarks of the city. Take in the historic Old Cathedral Quarter and St Anne’s’ Cathedral, famous for its impressive stained glass window collection, the imposing Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall before dinner and checking in at your hotel in Belfast Northern Ireland.
    Sep 17 - Day 05 - BELFAST (B-D)
    Today you’ll visit the highlights of Northern Ireland starting with Carrickfergus Castle, the finest and best preserved Norman castle in Ireland. Then travel along the coast through Larne, the “gateway to the glens” including picturesque Glenariff an on up to the Carrickarede Rope Bridge, a precarious wobbly bridge made from rope every year by salmon fishermen as access to their fishery. Next visit the world-famous Giant’s Causeway – 37,000 basalt columns extending from the cliffs down to the sea created by volcanic events 60 million years ago. There’s also a stop at Old Bushmills Distillery – the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery. Overnight in Belfast.
    Sep 18 - Day 06 - BELFAST - LIVERPOOL (B-D)
    After breakfast transfer to Liverpool where the music revolution of the 60’s really took off. After arrival visit Beatles Museum. Dinner and overnight in Liverpool.
    Sep 19 - Day 07 - LIVERPOOL – YORK - BIRMINGHAM (B-D)
    Full day excursion to York, a Roman and Viking capital, steeped in history and famed for its fine medieval walls and its magnificent cathedral – York Minster. Overnight in Birmingham area
    Sep 20 - Day 08 - BIRMINGHAM – STRATFORD UPON AVON – BATH (B-D)
    After breakfast travel to Stratford upon Avon. Stratfordupon- Avon is the birthplace and home of William Shakespeare, and his house can still be visited in the centre of the town; the local church contains his grave and time permitting the house of Mary Arden, his mother, is well worth viewing. Next we travel south through the amazingly picturesque villages of the Cotswold Hills. Overnight in the Bath area.
    Sep 21 - Day 09 - BATH – CARDIFF – BATH (B-D)
    Full day excursion to South Wales . The South Coast of Wales is made up of magnificent coastlines , coastal footpaths and areas of outstanding natural beauty. The area is dominated by Cardiff, the country’s capital city. Our first stop is the remarkably well preserved Caerphilly Castle, the largest in the country. Transfer to Llandaff Cathedral which is the oldest cathedral in the British Isles. In the afternoon travel to Cardiff, the capital of Wales, where you can see its Castle as well as the newly developed Cardiff Bay area and the stunning Millennium Stadium. Overnight in Bath.
    Sep 22 - Day 10 - BATH – SALISBURY – LONDON (BD)
    This morning explore the Regency city of Bath, prized by the Romans for its hot springs, and you can see why in the amazingly well preserved Roman Baths and Pump Room. From Bath we journey east to see the mystic stone circle of Stonehenge, a major gathering place for the ancient Druids. Transfer to London for dinner and overnight.
    Sep 23 - Day 11 - LONDON – WINDSOR – LONDON (B-D)
    In the morning enjoy a short sightseeing tour taking in the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, final resting place of seventeen monarchs, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column, and Piccadilly Circus. In the afternoon half Day visit to the Royal Castle of Windsor the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world and one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. The Castle’s dramatic site encapsulates 900 years of British history. It covers an area of 26 acres and as well as a royal palace contains the magnificent St George’s Chapel and the homes and workplaces of a large number of people.. Dinner and overnight in London.
    Sep 24 - Day 12 - LONDON – OXFORD – BICESTER – LONDON (B-L)
    After breakfast travel to Oxford, home of one of the world’s oldest universities with a visit to one of its prestigious Colleges. Lunch and transfer to Bicester Village for some superb shopping. Overnight in London.
    Sep 25 - Day 13 - LONDON DEPARTURE (B)
    After breakfast, free time until transfer to airport
    Sep 26 - Day 14 - ARRIVAL IN MANILA
    Home sweet home.
  • Suggested Itinerary

    Sep 13 - Day 01 - MANILA - EDINBURGH
    Depart from Manila to Edinburgh.
    Sep 14 - Day 02 - ARRIVAL IN EDINBURGH (L)
    Arrive in Edinburgh. Short panoramic sightseeing tour of Scotland’s capital city, including the famous sights of the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle. Check in for 2 nights at your hotel. Free time in the evening.
    Sep 15 - Day 03 - EDINBURGH – GLASGOW - EDINBURGH (B-D)
    Glasgow enjoy a short sightseeing tour of the city of Glasgow taking in all the highlights including George Square and the Cathedral. Glasgow has preserved much of its Victorian architecture and is home to over 20 museums and art galleries. Overnight and dinner in Edinburgh.
    Sep 16 - Day 04 - EDINBURGH – BELFAST (B-D)
    Enjoy a scenic drive through south west Scotland and onward by ferry to Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland. Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour of the key landmarks of the city. Take in the historic Old Cathedral Quarter and St Anne’s’ Cathedral, famous for its impressive stained glass window collection, the imposing Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall before dinner and checking in at your hotel in Belfast Northern Ireland.
    Sep 17 - Day 05 - BELFAST (B-D)
    Today you’ll visit the highlights of Northern Ireland starting with Carrickfergus Castle, the finest and best preserved Norman castle in Ireland. Then travel along the coast through Larne, the “gateway to the glens” including picturesque Glenariff an on up to the Carrickarede Rope Bridge, a precarious wobbly bridge made from rope every year by salmon fishermen as access to their fishery. Next visit the world-famous Giant’s Causeway – 37,000 basalt columns extending from the cliffs down to the sea created by volcanic events 60 million years ago. There’s also a stop at Old Bushmills Distillery – the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery. Overnight in Belfast.
    Sep 18 - Day 06 - BELFAST - LIVERPOOL (B-D)
    After breakfast transfer to Liverpool where the music revolution of the 60’s really took off. After arrival visit Beatles Museum. Dinner and overnight in Liverpool.
    Sep 19 - Day 07 - LIVERPOOL – YORK - BIRMINGHAM (B-D)
    Full day excursion to York, a Roman and Viking capital, steeped in history and famed for its fine medieval walls and its magnificent cathedral – York Minster. Overnight in Birmingham area
    Sep 20 - Day 08 - BIRMINGHAM – STRATFORD UPON AVON – BATH (B-D)
    After breakfast travel to Stratford upon Avon. Stratfordupon- Avon is the birthplace and home of William Shakespeare, and his house can still be visited in the centre of the town; the local church contains his grave and time permitting the house of Mary Arden, his mother, is well worth viewing. Next we travel south through the amazingly picturesque villages of the Cotswold Hills. Overnight in the Bath area.
    Sep 21 - Day 09 - BATH – CARDIFF – BATH (B-D)
    Full day excursion to South Wales . The South Coast of Wales is made up of magnificent coastlines , coastal footpaths and areas of outstanding natural beauty. The area is dominated by Cardiff, the country’s capital city. Our first stop is the remarkably well preserved Caerphilly Castle, the largest in the country. Transfer to Llandaff Cathedral which is the oldest cathedral in the British Isles. In the afternoon travel to Cardiff, the capital of Wales, where you can see its Castle as well as the newly developed Cardiff Bay area and the stunning Millennium Stadium. Overnight in Bath.
    Sep 22 - Day 10 - BATH – SALISBURY – LONDON (BD)
    This morning explore the Regency city of Bath, prized by the Romans for its hot springs, and you can see why in the amazingly well preserved Roman Baths and Pump Room. From Bath we journey east to see the mystic stone circle of Stonehenge, a major gathering place for the ancient Druids. Transfer to London for dinner and overnight.
    Sep 23 - Day 11 - LONDON – WINDSOR – LONDON (B-D)
    In the morning enjoy a short sightseeing tour taking in the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, final resting place of seventeen monarchs, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column, and Piccadilly Circus. In the afternoon half Day visit to the Royal Castle of Windsor the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world and one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. The Castle’s dramatic site encapsulates 900 years of British history. It covers an area of 26 acres and as well as a royal palace contains the magnificent St George’s Chapel and the homes and workplaces of a large number of people.. Dinner and overnight in London.
    Sep 24 - Day 12 - LONDON – OXFORD – BICESTER – LONDON (B-L)
    After breakfast travel to Oxford, home of one of the world’s oldest universities with a visit to one of its prestigious Colleges. Lunch and transfer to Bicester Village for some superb shopping. Overnight in London.
    Sep 25 - Day 13 - LONDON DEPARTURE (B)
    After breakfast, free time until transfer to airport
    Sep 26 - Day 14 - ARRIVAL IN MANILA
    Home sweet home.

All Around the British Isles