|Travel by Coach||Days|
Day One: Home to Northern England
We’ll make our way from the interchange to our overnight hotel in Northern England and will enjoy an evening meal. (D)
Day Two: Northern England to Edinburgh
This morning we’ll continue our journey to Edinburgh, where we’ll check in to the Britannia Hotel, Edinburgh and will enjoy an evening meal. (B,D)
Days Three to Five: Edinburgh
Over the next three days we will have an opportunity to enjoy the very best that the city of Edinburgh has to offer on two excursions.
We take a short trip into the city with time to explore a little and including entrance to Edinburgh Castle. The castle was a former royal fortress located on one of the highest points of the city and you will learn about the castle’s more than 1000 years of continuous history.
We will also make the trip into the city on another day during which you will have free time to discover the city at leisure. While here stroll along the beautiful Royal Mile, or hit the shops on Princes Street.
You will also have a day of free time to explore at leisure. From our hotel it is just a short walk to Haymarket station, from here it is a short train ride to the city of Glasgow. Glasgow has seen significant and impressive regeneration in recent years, particularly the area along the bank of the River Clyde where a number of great bars and restaurants have recently opened up. (B,D)
This morning we’ll leave Edinburgh and make our way to our overnight hotel. (B,D)
Day Seven: Northern England to home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
Full day: Edinburgh Castle
Excursion exploring Scotland’s majestic capital city and including entrance to Edinburgh Castle. Sited on top of an extinct volcano and enjoying stunning views across the city, the castle has witnessed many defining moments in Scottish history – see the Scottish crown jewels, the tiny St Margaret’s Chapel and admire the Mons Meg, a huge cannon, one of the oldest in Europe.