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England

Yorkshire 4 Day Foodie Experience

This itinerary starts in the beautiful city of York. Founded by the Romans, it has one of the best-preserved medieval city walls and is dominated by its stunning gothic cathedral – York Minster.
England

London Craft Beer – 4 day itinerary

London’s craft beer scene is booming, with a whole host of taprooms and brewery tours now open to the public across the capital. This itinerary will take your clients to some of the best microbreweries for behind the scenes tours, and give them the chance to meet the brewers who are changing the way Londoners drink.
Scotland

Edinburgh, Inverness & Isle of Skye – 5 day itinerary

This itinerary will give your clients a full taste of Scotland – showing them the capital city of Edinburgh with its international cuisine, world-class restaurants and outstanding attractions, before taking them to the East Highlands, the perfect place from which to explore the famous Speyside whisky region and the beautiful Isle of Skye.
England - Scotland

Rail itineraries – Heritage Cities 5 day trip

This 5 day railway itinerary takes you on a whistle-stop tour of some of the country’s historical highlights, from the spectacular Norman relics of Lincoln to the Viking heritage of York and all the way north to the medieval gems of Edinburgh.
England

Rail itineraries – Warwick day trip

Famously the home county of William Shakespeare, Warwickshire is crammed with historic sites, castles and the beautifully green rolling fields and forests of the English countryside.
England

Rail itineraries – York day trip

York is an ancient city which has known everything from Roman rule to life as a Viking capital. Later, it was medieval England’s bastion against attacks from the Scots. The mark of this colourful history is to be found all around you in this city in its great wealth of historic buildings.
England

Rail itineraries – Bath day trip

For centuries Bath has been the place people came to relax. The ancient Romans came here for the hot thermal waters, and the Roman Baths are still a centrepiece of the city.