From the grandeur and bustle of London, to the pastoral countryside that inspired Shakespeare, to some of the quaintest towns you'll ever experience, England delights. Join us to explore the cultural hubs of London, Bath, and York, as well as the rural charms of the Cotswolds and Lake District, and the historical thrills of places like Canterbury, Dover, and Warwick.
From Big Ben to bagpipes, Great Britain features some of Europe's best scenery, top museums, quaintest villages, and friendliest locals — all without a language barrier. We'll visit Bath, Cotswold villages, Wales, the Lake District, Edinburgh, Hadrian's Wall, York, London, and plenty of stops in between.
Planning a trip to Great Britain? Ask questions just like you would during a private travel consultation, but for free. An expert will be on hand to help you plan the journey of a lifetime. Learn about when and where to go and how long to stay, money-saving tips, transportation options, and more.
While you probably won't find the proverbial pot of gold in Ireland, you will find plenty to treasure. Together we'll travel through both the Republic and Northern Ireland getting a glimpse of Ireland's fascinating history and charming countryside. On our journey, we'll explore Dublin, Waterford, the Aran Islands, Dingle Peninsula, Belfast, Derry, and the Giant's Causeway.
Together we'll travel through the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. On our journey, we'll get a glimpse of Ireland's fascinating history and charming countryside, and be immersed in rugged, feisty, colorful Scotland and its rich culture and history.
London isn't just Europe's biggest city — it's also one of its most interesting and enjoyable cities to visit. We'll explore this metropolis from A to Z, covering transportation tips, sightseeing suggestions, nightlife and theater pointers, dining options, and advice for finding a comfortable budget hotel. We'll also whisk into the English countryside for a look at London's best day trips.
Rugged, feisty, colorful Scotland is the yin to England's yang. Get immersed in Scotland's rich culture and history as we visit windswept St. Andrews; an island distillery; Inverness in the Highlands; Lochs Ness, Garry, and Lomond; the Isle of Skye; dramatic Glencoe and Bannockburn; seaside Oban; the spiritual Isle of Iona; and the craggy castles of Edinburgh, Cawdor, Urquhart, and Eilean Donan.
Built nearly 2,000 years ago as defensive fortifications by Romans stationed on the frontier of their empire, both Hadrian's Wall and Scotland's lesser-known Antonine Wall stretch from sea to sea across northern Britain. Join us to learn the history of these walls and their walking routes. Discover places to stay along the way, and get tips on what to pack, how to physically prepare, when to go, and more.