England Scotland and Ireland

13 Nights / 14 Days | 2 Countries / 9 Cities

England Scotland and Ireland

13 Nights / 14 Days - 2 Countries / 9 Cities

London (2N)/Durham (1N)/Edinburgh (1N)/Glasgow (1N)/Dublin (2N)/Cork (1N)/Limerick (1N)/Galway (1N)/Dublin (1N)/Liverpool (1N)/London (1N)

  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Family with Kids
  • Coach Tour

Starting Price Per Adult

₹ 31001

₹ 31001

  • day 1


    Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and enjoy free time until the afternoon when trip information will be provided. Check-in time at hotels is typically at 14:00 hrs. If you require additional room hours, consider booking an extra night. Additional nights booked will have your room reserved, and the trip guide will contact you during the included activities. The hotel reception will have information panels with assistance contact details. Enjoy your free time until trip activities commence.

  • day 2


    Panoramic tour of London: -Visit Hyde Park, Oxford St, City, St Paul Cathedral, Tower of London, Thames, Piccadilly Circus, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. -Stop at Buckingham Palace for the changing of the guard ceremony (if taking place). The tour ends in the city center. Free afternoon with an optional excursion to Windsor Castle. Meet at Piccadilly Circus to walk through Leicester Square, Chinatown, and Soho with the guide. Transfer back to the hotel from Piccadilly.

  • day 3


    Departure from London, heading north towards the English countryside. Arrival in Cambridge, with time to admire the main colleges and have lunch. Departure from Cambridge, journeying northwards with views of agricultural fields and Sherwood Forest. Arrival in York, where we walk along the Roman walls and visit the cathedral, with time to explore lively shopping streets. Departure from York, continuing northwards. Arrival in Durham, an impressive medieval city. Time to explore its cobbled streets, cathedral, and castle, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Accommodation provided.

  • day 4


    Departure from Durham, traveling north through England, passing by the edge of Newcastle. Arrival in Alnwick, a medieval town dominated by its large castle, known for its attractive gardens and featured in the Harry Potter films. Time to visit the castle (admission not included) or explore the town. Note: Castle is closed during winter months (01 October-31 March). Departure from Alnwick, crossing into Scotland. Arrival in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, known for its UNESCO World Heritage Site city center dominated by Edinburgh Castle. Free time to explore. Scenic guided tour of the city, followed by transfer back to the hotel.

  • day 5


    Departure from Edinburgh towards the Scottish Highlands, crossing the Forth Road Bridge and encountering unique Highland cattle. Arrival in Pitlochry for a walk and coffee in the charming Victorian village. Departure from Pitlochry, crossing the eastern Highlands with beautiful landscapes of Cairngorms National Park and passing through Inverness. Stop at Brachla (Clansman Harbour) for "Nessy" souvenirs and photo opportunities. Around 14:00 hrs: Boat trip (included) on Loch Ness, with a visit to Urquhart Castle ruins (entrance included). Continuing the journey, passing Fort Augustus and Fort William, and enjoying views of Glencoe and Loch Lomond. Arrival in Glasgow. Recommended to explore the atmospheric city center.

  • day 6


    Departure from Glasgow with a brief coach tour before heading towards the east coast of Scotland. Boarding a modern ferry in Cairnryan to Ireland. Enjoy amenities such as shopping and dining onboard. Arrival in Belfast, known for its Victorian architecture and historical tensions between Protestants and Catholics. Visit Catholic and Protestant neighborhoods and view famous murals. Departure from Belfast towards the Republic of Ireland. Arrival at the hotel in Dublin.

  • day 7


    Dublin - Sightseeing tour of the city: Guided tour covering the city's history, Georgian neighborhoods, bustling streets, and the University. Free time in the afternoon to explore Dublin. Options include walking along the River Liffey, visiting museums, or the Guinness brewery (admission not included).

  • day 8


    Departure from Dublin for Powerscourt. Arrive at Powerscourt with included tickets to visit the magnificent Palace Park, featuring fountains, a Japanese garden, and a pet cemetery. Departure from Powerscourt, traveling south through Wicklow National Park. Arrival in Kilkenny, where there's time for lunch and exploration of the lively city with its castle, cathedral, and beer houses. Departure from Kilkenny. Arrival in Cashel, known for its medieval fortress symbolizing Irish resistance against the English. Included tickets to Cashel Castle-Rock and time in the village. Departure from Cashel. Arrival in Cork, Ireland's second-largest city. Enjoy a stroll around the city center followed by dinner at the hotel.

  • day 9


    Departure from Cork. Arrival in Kinsale, where we stop by Charles Fort for ocean views and visit the picturesque fishing village center. Departure from Kinsale. Arrival in Killarney, a tourist city known for its beauty. Enjoy a stroll and lunch, followed by a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through the national park to Ross Castle. Includes a short boat cruise on the lake. Departure from Killarney, with a brief stop in Adare to admire its picturesque stone houses and ruins of an ancient abbey. Arrival in Limerick, with free time to explore the riverside, cathedral, castle, etc. Transfer to the hotel, including dinner.

  • day 10


    Departure from Limerick. Arrival at Bunraty Folk Park, an open-air museum complex showcasing Irish life in the past, including cottages, trades, and a medieval castle. Includes tickets and time to stroll. Departure from Bunraty Folk Park, traveling to the coast amidst green scenery and hills. Arrival at the Cliffs of Moher, with entrance included. Optional walk to O’Brien’s Tower (tickets not included, weather-dependent). Time for lunch. Departure from Cliffs of Moher. Arrival at Caherconnel Fort, a circular stone Celtic fort in Burren National Park. Opportunity to see a display of shepherd dogs herding sheep. Departure from Caherconnel Fort, stopping to take photos at Poulnabrone Dolmen. Continue through scenic countryside and isolated villages. Arrival in Galway, with time to explore the city and its university atmosphere, including a picturesque pedestrian area. Transfer to the hotel.

  • day 11


    Departure from Galway. Arrival in Cong, a picturesque town known for its lakes and the filming location of "The Quiet Man." Visit the ruins of the Royal Abbey and stroll around Ashford Castle, now a hotel. Departure towards the center of Ireland. Arrive in Clonmacnoise for lunch before visiting the ruins of the Celtic monasteries (ticket and tour included). Departure from Clonmacnoise. Arrival in Dublin.

  • day 12


    Departure from the hotel to board the modern ferry departing at 08:05 hrs. Crossing approximately 3 and a half hours (alternative ferry may be taken due to technical or weather reasons). Disembark in Holyhead, a port on an island in north Wales. Arrival in Caernarfon, a World Heritage Site known for its spectacular castle and medieval streets. Time for a walk and lunch. Departure from Caernarfon, traveling along the coast towards England. Arrival in Liverpool for a short bus ride through the city, a World Heritage Site, and the second port of the United Kingdom. Optional visit to the Beatles Museum (admission not included) and Albert Dock.

  • day 13


    Departure from Liverpool, heading towards the heart of England. Arrival in Stratford Upon Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, is known for its beautiful gardens and Tudor houses. Optional visit to Shakespeare's birthplace (admission not included), with time to explore and have lunch. Departure from Stratford, crossing the picturesque landscapes of the Cotswolds. Arrival in Oxford, a prestigious University city. Free time to explore and visit one of its main colleges. Departure from Oxford. Arrival in London.

  • day 14


    After breakfast, end of our services.

Day 1

| London

Upon arriving at the airport, we will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. Check the information boards in the hotel reception area for details of the welcome meeting with your guide and fellow travelers.

Day 2

| London

In the morning we include a panoramic tour of London: Westminster, the Parliament, the City, the Thames. Free time in the afternoon. Optionally, we offer you the possibility to visit the valley of the River Thames, together with the village of Windsor and its imposing castle. In the evening, we´ll meet at a meeting point in Piccadilly for a walk through Leicester Square, China Town, and Soho, with its atmosphere, theatres, and entertainment (this transfer can also be made the day before after arrival in London). Return to the hotel after that by coach.

Day 3

| Durham

We start the day by leaving London towards northern England. Our first stop is CAMBRIDGE to admire its beautiful residential colleges. After lunch, we will continue to YORK where its cathedral, Roman walls, and lively shopping streets will create a charming memory and some free time to stroll around. Afterward, we will continue north to DURHAM. Explore this charming medieval town full of life which has a wonderful cathedral right in front of the castle.

Day 4

| Edinburgh

Today we will travel to Scotland, stopping in ALNWICK, a picturesque town with lovely gardens and a large medieval castle which was used in the Harry Potter films. We will continue to EDINBURGH, arriving in the afternoon. This is Scotland’s capital city and one of the most active cities in Northern Europe. Its monumental center has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its castle overlooks the city’s steep streets and parks. We will enjoy a sightseeing tour with a local guide.

Day 5

| Glasgow

We continue to enjoy the stunning landscapes of the Scottish Highlands with a coffee and stroll in PITLOCHRY, a charming little village. We will continue and pass by Inverness in the north of Scotland, a city located very near the mysterious LOCH NESS. After lunch, we visit (entrance included) the URQUHART medieval castle, and from here we will take a boat trip on the dark waters of the lake. Afterward, we will pass through FORT AUGUST with its sluice gate system, and FORT WILLIAM, the tourist center at the foot of Ben Nevis (the highest summit in the United Kingdom). We will return south through the high plateaus where it is possible to glimpse the snow before visiting Loch Lomond, one of the most popular lakes in Scotland. We arrive in GLASGOW at the end of the day. A short stroll around the city center and accommodation. VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: Groups arriving in Edinburgh from November 15 until the end of February, due to the short duration of the days and frequent snow problems on the roads, will have the following stage: Departure from Edinburgh to PITLOCHRY, a picturesque city in the center of the Scottish region, where the majority of whiskey is produced. We will visit a traditional whiskey distillery in the area (entrance included). We continue towards STIRLING, with an impressive historic center dominated by the great castle, one of the most important in Scotland having witnessed numerous historical events, including not only historical battles but also the coronation of several of its kings. Reservation and tickets included. Time for lunch. After that, we will make a stop to photograph The Kelpies, enormous sculptures of two horses with waterheads from Scottish mythology. We continue to GLASGOW, time to walk through the city center and accommodation.

Day 6

| Dublin

Today we will leave Glasgow heading towards southern Scotland. We will board a ferry in Cairnryan. Our journey takes us towards Northern Ireland, arriving in BELFAST, Northern Ireland’s capital city. This monumental city is overcoming its religious conflicts. We will resume our journey to EIRE in Ireland. The last stop will be DUBLIN, arriving at the end of the day.

Day 7

| Dublin

We start the day with a sightseeing tour of DUBLIN, Ireland’s peaceful capital city. We will enjoy a stroll on the banks of River Liffey, visiting its parks, old university, and lively downtown streets. We will stroll around Trinity College (depending on the duration of sunlight, this visit may take place the afternoon before, upon arrival in Dublin). Free time in the afternoon.

Day 8

| Cork

In the morning we will depart from Dublin heading to POWERSCOURT which is located nearby. We will visit its magnificent gardens, designed in the 18th century and considered the most beautiful gardens in Ireland (entrance included). Admire its fountains, Japanese Gardens, and its pet cemetery. Afterward, we will travel to KILKENNY, where we will have time for lunch and to stroll around this lively town. Further south, we will stop to visit the impressive Rock of CASHEL (entrance included), a medieval fortress that symbolizes the fight of the Irish people against England. We will arrive in CORK in the evening. Time for a stroll in the center of Ireland’s second-largest city. Dinner included.

Day 9

| Limerick

We will depart for KINSALE. Make a stop by Charles Fort to admire its great views of the ocean right by the 17th-century fortress. Time in the historic center of KINSALE, a seaside town, considered by many as one of the most beautiful coastal towns in Ireland. Afterward, we will travel to KILLARNEY, a tourist town in the heart of Ireland. Time for lunch and a walk around, we will also enjoy a romantic horse and carriage tour of its national park (included). The horse and carriage tour will take us to Ross Castle which offers wonderful views of the lake. We include a short cruise to enjoy the beautiful views. Continuing, a brief stop in ADARE, a small village that preserves its picturesque traditional thatched-roof cottages and the ruins of the old abbey. Mid-afternoon we will arrive in LIMERICK. Time to stroll around its center where you will have the opportunity to visit its castle, walk along the river, its cathedral, or discover its shopping center. Dinner included.

Day 10

| Galway

Today we will visit FOLK PARK in BUNRATTY (ticket included), a wonderful park where we can learn about how life was in Ireland in the past with its typical cottages and old markets. Its castle stands, accurately reproducing how life was in the Middle Ages. We will continue to CAHERCONNELL where the Poulnabrone dolmen is found. We may get the chance to see an exhibition of how dogs shepherd sheep. Afterwards, we will visit the impressive Cliffs of Moher which overlook the ocean, those who wish can walk to O’Brien’s Tower (entrance included). Our route continues through Burren National Park which displays amazing landscapes. Finally arriving in GALWAY.

Day 11

| Dublin

We will depart for CONG, a small picturesque village located in a magnificent lake area. We will visit the ruins of the Royal Abbey and walk around Ashford Castle, a gorgeous medieval castle that has been turned into a hotel. We will travel to CLONMACNOISE, where after lunch, we will visit its monastic ruins (ticket and visit included). We will resume our journey back to DUBLIN, where we will arrive in the evening.

Day 12

| Liverpool

We will board a ferry in the early morning. After a journey of three hours, we will arrive in Wales. We will visit CAERNARFON, a World Heritage site by the sea overlooked by an impressive castle. There will be time for lunch and a stroll. We continue to LIVERPOOL, where we will take a short bus ride through the city, a World Heritage Site, and the second part of the United Kingdom. Would you like to visit The Beatles Museum?

Day 13

| London

Today we explore central England. We will visit STRATFORD UPON AVON, Shakespeare’s hometown. Free time to have lunch and a stroll. Afterward, we will travel to OXFORD, a town that is synonymous with study and culture. Kings, statesmen, philosophers, and scientists have studied here! We will continue to LONDON, arriving in the evening.

Day 14

| London

After breakfast, end of our services.

Deluxe :

London: Ibis London Earls Court or Similar

Durham: Radisson Blu Durham or Similar

Edinburgh: Delta by Marriott Edinburgh or Similar

Glasgow: Maldron Glasgow City or Similar

Dublin: Clayton Leopardstown or Similar

Cork: Clayton Silver Springs* Ora Similar

Limerick: Maldron Hotel Limerick or Similar

Galway: Maldron Sandy Road or Similar

Liverpool: Novotel Paddington Village or Similar




  • General Services: Travel by bus with English speaking guide, basic travel insurance, hotel, and breakfast buffet.
  • Includes arrival transfer
  • Boat: on the Loch Ness, in Ross Castle
  • Evening transfer: Soho in London
  • Ticket admission: Urquhart castle, Powerscourt gardens, Rock of Cashel, National Park with horse and carriage tour, Folk park in Bunraty, Cliffs of Moher, Clonmacnoise monastic ruins
  • Ferry: Scotland - Ireland, Ireland - Wales
  • 2 dinners included in CORK, LIMERICK


  • Airfare and Insurance
  • Optional sightseeing & meals
  • Meals other than specified in the itinerary.
  • Porterages, Tips, Laundry, telephone, optional excursions and other items of a personal nature.
  • Early check-in and Late check out
  • Cost of foreign exchange for personal use.
  • Any items or services not specified in the itinerary ‘HOLIDAY PRICE INCLUDES’ head
  • Visa

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy (Per Person)
Days before departure:Cancellation Charge:
10 days100%
10 to 15 days75% + Non Refundable Component
15 to 30 days30% + Non Refundable Component
Hotel / Air 100% in case of non-refundable ticket / Hotel Room
Cruise / Visa On Actuals

Payment Policy

Payment PolicyOnline Advance as per Website
Within 45 to 30 days prior to the departure of the tour 75% of total tour cost or Non Refundable component whichever is higher
Within 30 days prior to the departure of the tour100% of total tour cost

Terms & Conditions

  • All Prices are in Indian Rupees and subject to change without prior notice.

  • Price quoted are subject to availablity at time of confirmation, we are currently not holding any blocking against the sent quotation.

  • Tour prices are valid for Indian Nationals & Foreigners holding Indian Resident Permit.

  • Booking confirmations are subject to availability.

  • All Hotels Rooms are subject to availability

  • We are not holding any reservations of air seats, hotel rooms, conference rooms etc. Final availability status will only be known when we request for bookings.

  • Holiday Surcharge will be additional if applicable

  • Any overstay expenses due to delay or change or cancellation in flight will be on the guests own & Akbar Holidays will not be held liable for such expenses however we will provide best possible assistance.

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