England is a small country that’s big on variety. From the great global capital of London to the walled medieval gem that is York, and from the gently rolling farmlands and orchards of Kent to the towering peaks of Snowdonia or the Scottish Highlands, a journey of less than a day can take visitors to a totally different world. Stunning beaches, ancient forests, Roman settlements, aristocratic architecture, it’s all there.
Ireland – the island of Leprachauns, fairies and the little people. Charming city of Dublin, Guinness, the Emerald Isle of rolling, empty countryside, Five Nations rugby and traffic-free lanes where you are more likely to encounter a herd of cows rather than a queue of cars.

Our suggested itinerary:

Day 1 Flight to London

Day 2 London

  • Big Ben
  • Buckingham Palace
  • House of Parliament

Day 3 London

  • St. Paul’s Cathedral
  • Royal Opera House
  • Tower Bridge
  • Tower of London

Day 4 Train to Edinburgh

Day 5 Edinburgh

  • The Hub – Assembly Hall
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • St. George’s Courtyard

Day 6 Edinburgh

  • Old Town
  • Cathedral of St. Mary
  • St. Giles’ Cathedral

Day 7 Drive to Fort William & Loch Ness, overnight

Day 8 Drive to Eilean Donan Castle & Skye Island, overnight

Day 9 Drive back to Edinburgh

Day 10 Flight to Dublin

Day 11 Dublin

  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Dublin Castle
  • Spire of Dublin
  • Mansion House

Day 12 Flight back to Delhi

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