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Cardiff - Liverpool - Dublin - Killarney - Galway - Derry/Londonderry - Belfast - Scottish - Highlands - Edinburgh - Yorkshire


Our much-loved Great Britain tour and Irish Explorer tour are now combined for the very first time, offering you the best of both worlds! See famous landmarks, medieval castles, rolling countryside and jaw-dropping scenery with our new Best of the UK & Ireland tour! Starting in London, we visit Stonehenge (optional), Bath, Cardiff, Liverpool (the home of The Beatles!), Dublin, Killarney, The Ring of Kerry, Killarney, The Cliffs of Moher, Galway, The Giant\'s Causeway, Belfast, the Scottish Highlands, Edinburgh, Yorkshire and Cambridge before returning to London. We even visit Alnwick Castle, home of the Duke of Northumberland and filming location for films and TV shows such as Downton Abbey and Harry Potter.

DAY 01: Visit Stonehenge, Bath and Cardiff

Welcome to your tour of the UK and Ireland! Departing from London, we make our way to Stonehenge, the ancient archaeological wonder which has stood for thousands of years in the countryside of south-west England. Ponder the mysteries of this ancient site for yourself and learn about the history of the area. Once we’ve had a chance to look around, we’re off to the beautiful and historic city of Bath, famous of course for the Roman baths built here during the reign of the Empire. Heading into nearby Wales, Caerphilly Castle is our next stop, where you’ll be able to snap a few photos of this ancient attraction, built in the 13th century by Gilbert de Clare, a red-headed Norman nobleman. Finally, we arrive in the Welsh capital of Cardiff, where we’ll stop for the night. Dinner, overnight accommodation.

DAY 02: Visit Liverpool

Prepare for your second day of adventure! After breakfast in Cardiff we make for the hometown of William Shakespeare! A market town with more than 800 years of history, the town still has many buildings that would be familiar to Shakespeare if he was still around today. Then we’re off to Liverpool! Liverpool is a famous British port city with a rich history; there’s something for everyone here. Football fans will be delighted to be in the home city of Liverpool and Everton football clubs, while music fans will be enthralled to be in the home of The Beatles. Spot the famous sites with our driving tour of the city, and explore the city yourself during your free time this evening. Why not head to Mathew Street, the beating heart of the live music scene and home to the world-famous ‘Cavern Club’, where The Beatles first made their mark on modern music? Breakfast, overnight accommodation.

Day 03: Visit Dublin

Today we catch the ferry across the Irish Sea to Dublin! Once we arrive, we’ll take a drive tour of the city, and spot a few of the city’s more famous highlights. Afterwards, enjoy some free time in this 1000 year-old city. From the city’s Viking past, its medieval castles and its cathedrals, to its many museums which illustrate some of the city’s more turbulent episodes, Dublin is big enough to keep you entertained, but small enough to get across town in no time at all. Tonight there’s also the option to visit the Merry Ploughboy Music Pub for a taste of traditional Irish music! Definitely not to be missed – check our Optional Excursions documents for more information. Breakfast, overnight accommodation.

Day 04: Free day in Dublin

Enjoy a free day in the city of Dublin! One of the city’s most famous exports is of course Guinness, and today there’s the option of visiting the Guinness Storehouse to see how this famous dark beer is made. Alternatively, visit the National Museums of Ireland, take a walk along the South Wall, visit the city’s most famous park, St Stephen’s Green, see the Irish Museum of Modern Art – or try out the many pubs and eateries. Breakfast, overnight accommodation.

Day 5: Visit Waterford & Killarney

Leaving Dublin behind us, we travel onward to Waterford, the oldest city in Ireland! Founded by Vikings in 914, Waterford has a fascinating history and rich maritime tradition. Following our stop here, we’ll travel on to the famous Blarney Castle,where you can kiss the Blarney Stone and hopefully gain the ‘gift of the gab.’ Built nearly 600 years ago by one of Ireland’s most famous chieftains, Blarney Castle is one of Ireland’s most famous attractions. After that it\'s onward to the pretty town of Killarney in County Kerry, where we’ll stop for the night. Breakfast, dinner, overnight accommodation.

Day 6: Visit the Ring of Kerry

One of Ireland’s best-known and most scenic circuits, the Ring of Kerry is where we’ll be driving for the day, taking in some of the extraordinary landscape and visiting a few of the towns in the region. It’s the longest and most diverse of Ireland’s circular drives, with an irresistible combination of astounding coastal scenery and quaint local towns and villages. Look out too for medieval ruins, lakes (known locally as loughs), and mountains! Make sure those camera batteries are charged! Breakfast, overnight accommodation.

Day 7: Visit Adare, Limerick, the Cliffs of Moher & Galway

Today’s another day for epic Irish scenery! Making our way up the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’, we’ll be stopping in Adare and Limerick on our way to the famous Cliffs of Moher and the town of Galway. Adare is often called Ireland’s prettiest village, and with its preserved 19th century thatch-roofed cottages housing craft shops and fine restaurants, it’s not hard to see why. We’ll travel on through the county of Limerick and make our way to the Cliffs of Moher, one of the best-known attractions in all of Ireland. These incredible cliffs rise over 200 meters from the frothing ocean below, and the views on a clear day are absolutely breath-taking. Finally we’ll arrive in Galway, a bright, bohemian city renowned for its oysters, its live music venues, cafes, weekend parties and contemporary vibe. Explore the city for yourself during your free time and experience all the charms that Galway has to offer. Breakfast. Overnight accommodation

Day 8: Visit Derry / Londonderry, the Giant\'s Causeway and Belfast

Leaving Galway behind, we journey on to Northern Ireland, stopping first in Derry / Londonderry. Fresh from its makeover following its moment in the limelight as UK City of Culture 2013, Northern Ireland’s second city has a lot to offer. Nextwe’ll stop at the Giant’s Causeway, a famous natural oddity made up of around 40 000 interlocking basalt columns. Learn about the myths and legends surrounding the area, and then prepare for the final stop in the Irish leg of our adventure – Belfast! Here we’ll have a driving tour with a local guide, taking time to see some of the city’s most famous attractions and learning more about the city’s past. Having pulled off quite a transformation in recent years, Belfast is shaking off its reputation which lingered after the times of The Troubles, and the city’s skyline is constantly changing as redevelopment continues. Fans of Game of Thrones will be pleased to know that a large portion of the series is filmed here too! Breakfast, dinner, overnight acommodation

Day 9: Visit Scotland

Today we make our way to Scotland! Boarding a ferry in Belfast, we’ll arrive back in England and then head to Stirling in Scotland, where we’ll be able to admire the famous Wallace Monument. Built to commemorate one of William Wallace’s most famous victories at The Bridge of Stirling, the monument is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling. Then we’re off into the Scottish Highlands! Admire the scenery as we travel to our accommodation in the highlands! Breakfast, dinner, overnight accomnmodation.

Day 10: Visit the Highlands, Loch Ness and Edinburgh

oday we set off into the Highlands to further explore this famous region of Scotland. Stopping off at a local whiskey distillery, we’ll have the chance to taste this most famous Scottish export. We’ll also be stopping at the famous Loch Ness, reputedly the home of the Loch Ness monster! Go for a cruise on the Loch (optional) and see the ruins of Urquhart Castle. Heading out of the Highlands, we’ll arrive finally in Edinburgh, and enjoy a walking tour of the Scottish capital. Apart from Holyrood House, the Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle, keep in mind that this is the city where JK Rowling famously penned the first Harry Potter novel! Fans might find the city strangely familiar! Breakfast, dinner, overnight accommodation.

Day 11: Free day in Edinburgh

Your time is yours today – revisit some of the highlights from yesterday’s walking tour, or strike out on your own and discover the city for yourself. Explore Edinburgh Castle in full, or if the weather allows, take a stroll up to Arthur’s Seat for panoramic views of the city below. Tonight we offer a traditional Scottish dinner, complete with the famous traditional haggis! Check our Optional Excursions documents for more information. Breakfast. Overnight accommodation

Day 12: Visit Yorkshire

Saying goodbye to Scotland, we make for the famous Alnwick Castle, the home of the Duke of Northumberland and the second-largest inhabited castle in England after Windsor Castle. This castle has also featured in many famous films and TV shows,including two Harry Potter films (The Philosopher’s Stone and The Chamber of Secrets), Downton Abbey, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (and the more recent Ridley Scott incarnation), The Black Adder, Star Trek: The Next Generation and many more! Visiting the castle is an optional excursion, details of which are available in our optional excursion documentation. Next we travel into Yorkshire, and to the county capital, York. Home to the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe (York Minster) York is a charming city of winding cobbled streets, lined with little boutiques selling all manner of fascinating things – and there are a number of sweet-shops too if you’re looking to satisfy that sweet tooth! We’ll take you on a walking tour of the city to see its most famous sites before heading to our accommodation in Yorkshire. Breakfast, dinner, overnight accommodation Day 13: Visit Cambridge, return to London It’s the last day of your UK and Ireland tour, but we\'re finishing off with a real treat - today we make our way to the historic university town of Cambridge! Along with the exquisite architecture, quirky traditions and deep history, there are a significant number of bright sparks who have passed through the city’s famous university: John Milton, Charles Darwin, David Attenborough, Sacha Baron Cohen, Siegfried Sassoon, John Cleese, Nick Drake, Stephen Fry, William Wordsworth, Hugh Laurie, Rachel Weisz and of course countless others. We’ll do the traditional thing and go punting along the river before we return to London where our tour concludes. What a ride! Be sure to share your details with your fellow travellers, we hope you’ve enjoyed exploring the British Isles as much as we enjoyed introducing them to you! Breakfast.


  • 12 Nights accommodation in twin rooms. Single travellers have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure a private room
  • 12 Breakfasts, 6 Dinners
  • 24 Experiences (including guided walking tours, orientation walks, driving tours plus other exciting experiences – please see Experiences tab for more information).
  • Public transport used during sightseeing tours is now included. (Not on free days)
  • Modern air-conditioned motorcoach with reclining seats.
  • Services of your tour leader who will be on hand with advice and tips and ensure that you get the most from your trip. You can also book any of the optional excursions available during your tour with your tour leader – please see Essential Information tab for more details.
  • All taxes and fees.
  • Experienced tour leader Free tour souvenir.
REMEMBER ALL COMFORT TOURS ARE GUARANTEED DEPARTURES AND WILL OPERATE. Many other companies that operate tours of Europe cancel tours if minimum numbers are not achieved or will only guarantee some departure dates


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13 Days / 12 Nights
1,45,500 /- Starting From Per persons

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We have searched and invested in excellent budget accommodation either located in cities or well placed with good public transport connections. We use 3 star hotels. During this tour you will stay in twin share rooms and if you are a single traveller, you will be roomed with a fellow traveller of the same gender or you have the option to book a single room at an additional price. Below is a selection of the accommodations that we use on our Comfort Tours, these may be subject to change but are an indication of standards and types of properties you will stay in during your tour. A full list of accommodation names and addresses will be given to you on the first day of your tour.
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