ENGLAND & SCOTLAND
11April to 17 April
1350 USD cho 1 tuần lễ, hotels, bus, train, vé vào cửa các lâu đài.
Day 1 - 11th April - London evening. Hotel: Montana Excel***
16-18 Argyle Square, Camden, WC1H 8AS
2 Hour London tour to begin immediately after passengers drop their luggage
London by night tour:
This London by Night tour will reveal the floodlit splendour of London's landmarks as dusk falls. When twilight descends upon London, the attractions of the city become imbued with a certain grandeur. This sweeping, wide-ranging tour will encompass the most distinguished and vibrant areas of this world renowned capital, including Parliament Square, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and the financial district of the City. The tour also glides past eminent structures and attractions such as the world renowned London Eye, St Paul's Cathedral, inimitable Buckingham Palace, the formidable Tower of London, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Embark upon this tour and discover the extraordinary allure of London at dusk
Day 2 - 12th April -Hotel: Montana Excel***
08:00 Pickup from Montana Excel, 16-18 Argyle Square, Camden, WC1H 8AS Destination : London City Tour including tour of Windsor Return to hotel at 17:00
•London full-day tour including Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral
•See top city attractions like Westminster Abbey on a full-day city tour of London
•Tour the UNESCO-listed Tower of London with a Beefeater, before the doors open to the public
•Watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace
Leave central London, and travel west to Runnymede to see where the Magna Carta — the 13th-century document that paved the way for modern-day democracy — was signed by King John. Visit the John F Kennedy Memorial, and then continue to Windsor, the royal market town that's home to Windsor Castle.
An official residence of the Queen, the castle covers some 13 acres (5 hectares) with some impressive sights. See the State Apartments, St George’s Chapel, Queen Mary’s Doll House and more while hearing about its history. Dating to the days of William the Conqueror, Windsor Castle is thought to be the world’s oldest continually occupied fortress.
Day 3- 13th April: London - Edinburgh
17 Thistle Street
Edinburgh, EH2 1DF, United Kingdom
Day 4- 14th April: Ediburgh
17 Thistle Street
Edinburgh, EH2 1DF, United Kingdom
Discover Edinburgh and its many attractions with the hop-on hop-off portion of your Royal Edinburgh Ticket
Enjoy 48-hour unlimited access to five different tour bus routes in EdinburghMake use of included entry to some of the capital’s must-see royal attractions including Edinburgh Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse and Royal Yacht Britannia
- Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, Royal Mile, Our Explore the scene-stealing Edinburgh Castle, perched high up above the city on an extinct volcano, where the Scottish crown jewels and famous Stone of Destiny are housed. Retrace Scottish royalty’s footsteps and walk the Royal Mile with its jumble of medieval houses and buildings. See the Holyrood Palace, former home to Mary Queen of Scots.Dynamic Earth
Day 5- 15th April: Ediburgh to York
York, YO1 6LF, United Kingdom
Walking through the streets of York is like taking a tour through the history of England. The Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, and Normans all remade the city to their own purposes. The Tudors and the Stuarts made themselves at home here. The Wars of the Roses and the English Civil War left their mark as well.
For 2,000 years, York has been at the heart of the nation’s affairs, and your guide will bring its history to life as you’re led through lush parks and narrow lanes, past grand churches and palaces, and to ruined castles and abbeys.
On this free, 3-hour tour of York you’ll experience the history of one of the most fascinating cities in Britain.
The tour includes visits and commentary on the following:
• York Minster and the Liberty of St. Peter
• The city walls and gatehouses
• St. Mary’s Abbey and the Museum Gardens
• The Shambles
• York Castle
• Roman and Viking invasions
• Catholic saints and martyrs
• English kings and queens
• Dick Turpin and the truth about the moonlight ride
– Stonehenge – Bath-, Cotswolds and Oxford (St Aldate’s)Oxford-
Colombus Hotel 141 Sussex Gardens, W2 2RX
2-6 St Chad's St Kings Cross, London WC1H 8BD
After exploring a break for lunch, travel west to Stonehenge, England’s UNESCO-listed stone circle. Millions of years old, the circle is shrouded in mystery with many theories circulating as to how or why it appeared. Walk around the stones with your guide, listening to the speculation, and make your own mind up about the site’s reason for being.
Continue to the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site with the highest concentration of ‘listed’ (historically significant) buildings in Britain. Admire the 18th-century crescents and architecture as well as the Roman Baths — the city’s premier attraction. Leave Bath and travel to Oxford.
York Minster Wonderful Minster, the heart of York , open for public services. 15 miles. The largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe , a place of worship for 1000 years.
Fairfax House The finest Georgian Townhouse in England, housing the Noel Terry collection of fine English furniture. Situated in the heart of York.
Treasurer's House and Garden Combine this with a visit to the last age in ‘Bettys Café’
Bettys Cafe The mother of all tearooms
The York Dungeon Great history for the children and grownups, both beware….very scary!
Yorkshire Air Museum Interesting place for the family.
National Railway Museum Everybody loves this, both grown'ups and little'uns. Now free entry! Another educational trip for the children.
Jorvik Viking Museum Underground restoration of actual Viking streets from 1000 years ago.
Walk Around the City Walls. The walls go almost all the way round with interesting views of the Minster and other interests from behind.
YorkBoat River trips with commentary.
Ghost Walks Very informative as well as scary!
The Cold War Bunker If you remember the cold war then this will take you back. Situated just out from York centre.