Your Coach Tour of Britain
Your escorted tour of Britain may take you to one or more of the four separate countries in the United Kingdom; England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each country has its own unique cultures and traditions, as well as having very distinctive dialects and accents. London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom and combines rich history with a world of contemporary design. This city is so vast you would need a few days to get the most out of it. The best way is with a hop-on hop-off double decker bus tour. See the Tower of London and Big Ben, the iconic bell of the famous clock which sits at the Palace of Westminster. Visit the boutiques that line the streets of Knightsbridge, browse the iconic Harrods store, or explore Portobello Road and Camden Market and pick up a bargain. Later, take in a show at London’s West End and revel in the bustling crowds jostling for a place in between all the restaurants, theatres, cinemas and nightclubs. Lastly, take an evening walk to Leicester Square with its vibrant atmosphere of revellers and street entertainers who light up the night sky.
The Historical City of York
Another English gem that is soaked in fascinating history that you may visit on your guided vacation by coach. From the Vikings and Romans to the War of the Roses, this extraordinary place has it all. Evidence of medieval times is all around to see; especially The Shambles, a narrow medieval street overlooked by beautifully preserved shop buildings. The majestic York Minster is also not to be missed. Visit the National Railway Museum with its large array of vintage trains, and then enjoy a drink in one of Britain's oldest pubs -The Royal Oak, or most haunted - The Golden Fleece! Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland which offers plenty of wonderful and unique experiences. Enjoy the Edinburgh Military Tattoo on the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle in the summer month of August. Experience some live shows at the world famous Edinburgh arts festival and revel in the party atmosphere.
The Scottish Highlands
On a UK coach holiday, these are a spectacle not to be missed.They will take your breath away as you drive through the many twisting roads and striking scenery. As Scotland's largest whisky region, grab a chance to visit a distillery such as the Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery. Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and is home to some impressive visitor attractions. Spend a day visiting Cardiff Castle and its exhibits, or immerse yourself in the arts at the Cardiff Bay Millennium Centre. Watch anything from West End musicals and contemporary dance to stand-up comedy and opera, the list is endless. You can also find the Doctor Who Experience at Cardiff Bay and the Mermaid Quay which houses many wonderful bars and restaurants. The Giant’s Causeway can be found in Northern Ireland on the North Antrim coast and is famous for its unique polygonal basalt columns. Visit the Titanic Belfast, a museum and monument situated close to where the tragic RMS Titanic was built. For a bit more excitement, have a Game Of Thrones experience and join a tour where the award-winning phenomenon is filmed. ADVANCED SEARCH