Best of England, Sights of Scotland & Best of Ireland Tour
From $5199 (was $5449)
per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare
28 Days36 meals on tour
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IntroductionSee the best of England, Scotland and Ireland on this once in a lifetime combination tour. See England’s famous cityscapes, ancient monuments, scenic countryside and chocolate box villages. Next, visit Scotland to discover castles overlooking lakes that might be filled with monsters. Finally, Continue to the Ireland of your dreams: Dublin, the Blarney Stone, the Ring of Kerry. With three magnificent countries in one incredible experience, history and culture await you.
26-nights Hotel Accommodations: based on twin/double accommodations in moderate hotels.
Meals: 22 breakfasts and 14 dinners Note: (B, L, D) as noted at the end of itinerary text indicates meals included for that day.
Baggage Handling: To and from your hotel room throughout your tour for one piece of checked baggage per person.
Service: A professionally trained tour director who is knowledgeable on the local area and will provide you with a wealth of information. Their friendly service will make your trip a memorable experience.
Sightseeing: special events and sightseeing as listed in the itinerary.
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- Stay 2 nights in central London
- See Stonehenge up close
- Loch Ness and scenic cruise
- Included whiskey distillery and tour
- Dublin sightseeing including St. Patrick's Cathedral, the largest in Ireland
- See the incredible Cliffs of Moher and the awe-inspiring Giant's Causeway
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