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United Kingdom City Tour Package 1

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DAYS 1-2

LONDON
Museums and Culture

London homes don’t get much statelier than Buckingham Palace
Scour the Tower of London for ghosts
Have a peek at the paintings in the National Gallery

DAYS 3-4

BATH
A Roman Spa and Palladian Elegance

The Roman Baths and Pump room are fueled by hot springs, just as they were two thousand years ago
See the beautiful Number 1 Royal Crescent, part of a row of Palladian Houses designed by John Wood the Younger
Have a spin at the Museum of Costume and Assembly Rooms
Museums

DAYS 5-6

COTSWOLDS AND STRATFORD-UPON-AVON
Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Castle Gardens

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust runs the main sites of interest in Stratford. If you’d like to see Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and the Bard’s Birthplace, invest in a combination ticket
Hidcote Manor Gardens is one of Britain’s best and biggest gardens
Sudeley Castle, the home of Henry VII’s last wife, is famous for the roses in its Queens Garden
Natural Beauty
DAYS 7-8

NORTH WALES
Ancient Castles and Mountain Hikes

At the ruins of Conwy Castle, a 13th-century fortress, you can explore the turrets and towers of an iconic building, then pop into the adorable town of Conwy
The hiking is grand in Snowdonia National Park, from oak woods to moorlands
Glorious Bodnant Garden is just 5 mi/8 km south of Conwy
Natural Beauty

DAYS 9-10

LAKE DISTRICT

Blackwell, a turn-of-the-century home in Windermere, boasts an arts and crafts feel
Hike the trails of the District, from mountaineering to leisurely ambles
The homes of famous writers are two for a penny here, including Beatrix Potter’s and Wordsworth’s

DAYS 11-12

INVERNESS AND LOCH NESS
Nessie and Macbeth

Try and find Nessie in Loch Ness, Scotland’s deepest lake
Visit Cawdor Castle in Nairn, home of Macbeth in Shakespeare’s play—it’s still occupied today
At Fort George, explore Europe’s best-preserved 18th-century military fortification

DAYS 13-14
EDINBURGH
Scotland’s Prettiest City

Walk the Royal Mile, home to Old Town’s most impressive buildings
Hit the shops of George Street to explore New Town
Stop at National Gallery of Scotland with its old-master paintings and great Scottish art

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