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7 Day Tour – 380045

Day 1 & Day 2 London

  • Buckingham Palace
  • Tower of London
  • Westminster

Where to begin? London is not just the biggest and best tourist destination in the UK, it’s one of the best in the world too. Oozing history, culture, prestige, style, and everything else in between, this city should not be missed. Shop til you drop on Oxford street, stuff yourself silly with fish and chips, catch a West End show, get a glimpse of the Queen at Buckingham Palace, hear Big Ben chime at noon – the list is endless! Stay at London Hilton Paddington or Similar: http://www.exploringvacations.com/hilton-paddington-london/

Day 3 Glasgow

  • Glasgow Cathedral
  • Glasgow Police Museum
  • Glasgow Green

The biggest city in Scotland and the third biggest in the UK, Glasgow really is a vibrant metropolis (despite what their biggest rivals – Edinburgh residents – may say). Once the centre of the UK’s industrial revolution, Glasgow is now brimming with world class museums, art galleries, and architecture both old and new. It’s also got a booming music scene, and you shouldn’t leave without checking out at least one live venue. Stay at The Grand Central Hotel or Similar: http://www.exploringvacations.com/grand-central-hotel-glasgow/

Day 4 Stirling

  • Bannockburn
  • Stirling Old Bridge
  • Wallace Monument

One of Scotland’s most historic cities, Stirling was at one time the only link to the Highlands and was the battleground for many wars over independence. Its looming castle is one of the premier royal residences from centuries past and once of the best preserved in the country. The Old Bridge and Bannockburn are other highly significant battle sites, while the Old Town Jail and Wallace Monument are also worth checking out. Stay at Stirling Highland Hotel or Similar: http://www.exploringvacations.com/stirling-highland-hotel-trossachs/

Day 5 & Day 6 Perth

  • Farmer’s Market
  • Scone Palace
  • The Black Watch Museum

Not to be confused with the city in Australia (which is in fact named after this place), Perth lies in the Scottish midlands and is popularly known as the ‘fair city’. Its history stretches back some 800 years, and is an interesting as you expect! If you arrive at the right time you can check out the extensive Perth Farmer’s Market, or the Game Conservancy Scottish Fair on the grounds of Scone Palace (also worth a visit any time of year). Stay at Parklands Hotel or Similar: http://www.exploringvacations.com/the-parklands-hotel-perth/

Day 7 Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Mary King’s Close
  • Greyfriars Kirkyard

This stunning medieval city is the jewel in Scotland’s crown, and ever popular with visitors. Edinburgh Castle sits right in the centre on top of a craggy hill overlooking everything below, with Greyfriars Kirkyard and Mary King’s Close providing plenty more insights into this city’s spooky, creepy history. The Edinburgh arts festival in August is one of the best in the world and not to be missed. Stay at Haymarket Hotel or Similar http://www.exploringvacations.com/the-haymarket-hotel-edinburgh/

Day 8 Departure



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