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London is one of the most astounding and magnificent places in the world a tourist would want to visit to spend their time in leisure and explore the marvels of the largest city in the United Kingdom. It is located in the southern part of the United Kingdom and is visited by tourists from all over the world due to various reasons one is that it is the capital city of the United Kingdom. It is a beautiful place with many attractions that will keep anyone occupied for a couple of days. Avail our London Scotland 10 days itinerary to enjoy these mesmerizing attractions.
Make your own way to the airport serving the gateway you've chosen to take a plane to Athens. Enjoy the onboard food and amenities.
You will be transported to the hotel after landing in London. Until your trip starts, you can relax and enjoy your leisure time. For information on the meeting location, time, and guide's name, check the information board in the hotel reception area. London overnight
Start your tour of central London with your tour guide after breakfast. As you move throughout the city. Your tour guide will share fascinating anecdotes and historical details about London. Along the way, you will pass by all of London's most recognizable landmarks, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament in Parliament Square, and Westminster Abbey, which is officially known as the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter at Westminster and is a sizable, primarily Gothic abbey church in the City of West London. It is nicknamed the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is typically extended to refer to both the clock and the clock tower. Drive to Buckingham Palace, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's official residence in London, and see Nelson's Column there before. Trafalgar Plaza is a bustling public square in Central London built around the area originally known as Charing Cross. To view the Changing of the Guard, proceed to the palace gates. Watch in awe as the Queen's Foot Guard troops switch off tasks to the imperial music of a military band as you learn about this long-standing tradition from your guide. The soldiers are dressed in crimson tunics and bearskin hats. A drop-off at your accommodation will mark the end of your journey. Explore London at your own pace by shopping on Carnaby Street, taking in the brilliant lights of Piccadilly Circus, or visiting "The City" to see Christopher Wren's magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral. You'll be taken to London's entertainment district in the evening. Visit the greatest theatres, stores, and restaurants in London by strolling through Leicester Square, China Town, and Soho. Enjoy your meal (own expense). back to the hotel in London overnight.
After breakfast in the morning, you will leave London and cross the city on your way to Cambridge University, which is home to King's College and Queen's College in addition to many other renowned faculties around the world. Spend some time discovering the charming River Cam banks and cobblestoned shopping lanes of mediaeval Cambridge. After that, you'll travel to York, a genuine mediaeval melting pot with remnants of the Roman, Saxon, and Viking eras that have survived mostly unaltered. The city represents the more rural side of England. The largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe, York Minster, will be our destination. The Roman-era York city walls will then be reached by us when we ascend them. Continue travelling north and arrive in Durham in the late afternoon or evening. An impressive mediaeval city is Durham. Spend some time exploring the city's church and castle, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as the cobblestone streets in the centre. Durham overnight
After breakfast this morning, we journey into northern England, passing past Newcastle's outskirts. The Duke of Northumberland resides in Alnwick Castle, the second-largest inhabited castle in England, where we shall make a visit. Since the Norman conquest, Alnwick has been Percy's family's residence. The castle has appeared in a variety of movies and television shows, including Downtown Abbey's Brancaster Castle and the Harry Potter films Hogwarts School of Witchcraft. (Castle admission is not included.) Continue to Edinburgh once you have some free time. This is one of the busiest cities in Northern Europe and the capital of Scotland. UNESCO has designated its monumental center as a World Heritage Site. The city's parks and steep streets are seen from the castle. Meet your local guide in the evening and explore Scotland's capital city. Investigate Edinburgh to compare and contrast the vast avenues and opulent palaces of the 200-year-old Georgian "New Town" with the medieval townhouses and narrow lanes along the Royal Mile, the city's oldest area. Sleep in Edinburgh
After breakfast, spend the day any way you choose. You can take in this city's appeal by strolling through the Old Town and along the Royal Mile while admiring the magnificent Palace of Holyroodhouse. Take in the joyous spirit of the city. Sleep in Edinburgh
We will travel to Stirling in the north after breakfast in the morning. When you arrive, take some time to meander through the city's historic district and take in the stunning views of Stirling Castle. We will go to the Wallace Monument, which honors Sir William Wallace, a Scottish warrior who lived in the thirteenth century. We travel there by the path that ascends to the monument's base. Hear tales about the bizarre occurrences that have occurred here over the course of history. Then proceed into the Highlands, stopping first in Pitlochry, a Victorian highland resort. View the behind-the-scenes action at Blair Athol Distillery, where Bell's Whisky is made. Visit the facility and try some of the completed goods. Visit the facility and try some of the completed goods. Enjoy some free time to explore the riverside after a meal at your own expense. The Dukes and Earl of Atholl's home, Blair Castle, will be our next stop. Learn about Mary, Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charlie, and how the Atholl Highlanders, the only private army in Europe, were founded as you delve into their histories. Inverness, the friendly capital of the Highlands, will be our last stop of the day. We'll get together tonight for dinner and tell each other about our exploits. Inverness overnight
After breakfast in the morning, we'll travel to Loch Ness. Our first stop will be the magnificent Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland's most often photographed castles, which is located on its own island at the head of Loch Duic. Discover the castle's old and historic background while taking in the stunning Highland views surrounding it. After that, we'll continue on to Fort Augustus, which is where the current Loch Ness tour ends. With only 650 residents, Fort Augustus is a little hamlet that makes for an ideal location to unwind and observe boats traveling via the Caledonian Canal while you eat lunch (own expense). The journey to Loch Ness will continue later that day. On this scenic cruise from Inverness, we will board our boat, ride through the foggy waters of Loch Ness, and learn the terrifying tale of the Loch Ness Monster. One of Scotland's largest castles, Urquhart Castle, is one of the ancient ruins that we explore while we cruise around the shores of Loch Ness. Here, you can learn about its lengthy history, which includes the Wars of Independence, English invasions, Highland clan raids, and eventual annihilation following the first Jacobite revolt. After your tour, you'll be dropped off at the hotel. having dinner in Inverness overnight
After breakfast today, we'll journey to Glasgow across Scotland. Take in the passing sights of the moorlands and undulating hills. We'll stop for a short while at Spean Bridge to see a memorial commemorating the Second World War. Fort William, situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe and dubbed the "gateway to Ben Nevis," will be our next stop. With the greatest peak in the UK, Ben Nevis is a magnificent mountain that annually draws thousands of mountain climbers. Next, we'll pass Kilchurn Castle, one of Scotland's most famous castles that are tucked away on Loch Awe's shore and exquisitely framed by mountains. You will have enough time to eat lunch in Inveraray, explore the community, and even go for a stroll along the beach. Before we move on to one of Scotland's most well-known lakes, Loch Lomond, there is a woolen mill that you may see. It's time to take a trip through Balloch, the town with the most energy on its banks. We'll get to Glasgow in the middle of the afternoon. Take advantage of some spare time to tour Scotland's biggest city. Glasgow overnight
After breakfast, go to Glasgow International Airport on your own to catch your journey home.