Unique United Kingdom with Ireland



DAY 01



Arrive at Dublin airport and once you clear the immigration proceed to the car rental counter to pick up the vehicle booked for you& One Family Meet Your Driver with Pla Card Mr. Suresh & Family & Proceed to Check In “HOTE”(Normal 15:00 hrs)


A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin's mix of heritage and hedonism will not disappoint. All you have to do is show up.


Latter you may proceed to Guinness Storehouse(Entry to be paid locally) GBP 19.50 FOR ADULT


Come and taste the real Ireland with this fascinating visit to the historic Guinness Storehouse. Ireland's number one visitor attraction is indelibly intertwined with the country’s heritage, culture and image, as you will discover. The experience ends on a high in the Gravity Bar at the top of the storehouse, from where you can enjoy wonderful views of Dublin while sipping a pint of the black stuff (if you’re over 18, of course)!


This robust seven-storey former fermentation plant has been continually updated to create a blend of fascinating industrial tradition with a contemporary edge. Each floor brings to life the rich heritage of Guinness, telling the stout’s story from its origins here at the St James's Gate brewery to its growth as a global brand. When you reach Gravity Bar, as many have said, you have truly reached the top of the world.


Optional Activities to be done:


Trinity College HOURS 8am-10pm(Entry to be paid locally)GBP 11- 14 FOR ADULT

The campus is a masterpiece of architecture and landscaping beautifully preserved in Georgian aspic. Most of the buildings and statues date from the 18th and 19th centuries, each elegantly laid out on a cobbled or grassy square.

A great way to see the grounds is on a walking tour, which departs from the Regent House entrance on College Green.

Long Room Hours 9.30am-5pm Mon-Sat, noon-4.30pm Sun Oct-Apr(Entry to be paid locally)

Trinity's greatest treasures are kept in the Old Library's stunning 65m Long Room, which houses about 200,000 of the library's oldest volumes, including the Book of Kells, a breathtaking, illuminated manuscript of the four Gospels of the New Testament, created around AD 800 by monks on the Scottish island of Iona. Other displays include a rare copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, which was read out by PádraigPearse at the beginning of the Easter Rising in 1916.

The Long Room gets very busy during the summer months, so it's recommended to go online and buy a fast-track ticket (adult/student/family €13/11/26), which gives timed admission to the exhibition and allows visitors to skip the queue


In Case anything is pending can be done on 04 July 2018









DAY 02



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for The Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Galway Bay( Entry if any must be paid directly)

Entry Fees to the Cliff of Moher GBP 6


Set out upon a fascinating full day tour all over “The Emerald Isle” better known as Ireland. Uncover the diverse landscape where you’ll be exposed to everything from the energetic and culture filled city of Galway to the incredible Cliffs of Moher to the most authentic medieval castle in all of Ireland: Bunratty Castle. Indulge in the culture as you get to know some of the lovely locals which are full of fire and charm as you stroll around Bunratty Folk Park.


Get to grips with some authentic history and brush up on your Gaelic skills as you make your way around some magnificent sights throughout Ireland. Feel like you’ve been thrown back in to a time in which you weren’t even born as you set your eyes upon such beauty that has clearly not been meddled with and still manages to remain in a most wondrous state.


Journeying through the lovely Limerick, after going along the rebellious River Shannon we move on to Bunratty Castle. It was originally built in 1425 and later restored to its former medieval glory in 1954. You will not cease to be amazed by the lavish line up of 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries and art pieces which are able to perfectly sum up the aura of that era.


Once we have got our fix of history, we shall be able to get stuck in to some true Irish culture by trekking around the folk park which is a living reconstruction of Irish culture from over a century ago. It boasts an impressive size: at more than 26 acres and features over 30 buildings so you can literally go from house to house learning more and more as you go. You can grab a bite to eat from a traditional Irish pub in the enchanting village if you are feeling a bit peckish by this time.


Tread your toes along the captivating Cliffs of Moher and take advantage of a view that is just out of this world. Breathe in that fresh ocean air, listen as the birds tweet overhead as you make your way along this natural wonder in all its splendour. The cliffs go on for miles and miles, you’ll be tantalised by the sights.


Venture through the limestone uplands of The Burren which are somewhat lunar-like in their appearance and follow the shoreline of Galway Bay all the way to Galway on the last stretch of the trip. You will have a chance to stop by for a while in Galway which has been nicknamed: City of the Tribes since the Hiberno-Norman period. This culture rich city will be the 2020 European Capital of Culture and it’s not hard to see why. There’s a lot to see and plenty more to do. You’ll have some time to rove around and get to know Galway before we head on back to where we started out from.





DAY 03



Breakfast at the hotel.


You can depart for The Ring of Kerry (OPTIONAL)


Take this all day tour offering a unique opportunity to experience the world renowned Ring of Kerry, with its overwhelming mountains and seascapes. Transfer to Killarney and then on to the Ring of Kerry. You will have a wonderful day viewing some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery, including Dingle Bay. We'll also see the Macgillicuddy Reeks, Ireland's highest mountain Carrantuohill, Moll's Gap, Ladies View and the world famous Lakes of Killarney. Return to Killarney for train departure to Mallow, where you will join the Dublin bound express.




You can opt for  Shopping atKildare Village Outlet (OPTIONAL)


With eighty boutiques offering your favourite brands at discounted prices, Kildare Village is shopping heaven!




Depart for Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Tour (OPTIONAL)


See Wicklow's top natural beauty spots and experience the warmest of Irish hospitality on a day full of fun. The stunning scenery of the Wicklow Mountains tour route includes a stop at Glencree Valley, photo stops at the Guinness Lakes, the PS I Love you Bridge, the bog lands and heather fields of the Sally gap and Glendalough.


Situated in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, the 10th century monastic round tower settlement in Glendalough is the jewel in the crown of the Wicklow Mountains Tour. Offering up leisurely (or more challenging) walkways to the lower and upper lakes, Glendalough is a must see for any visitor to Ireland. Make sure you have your camera at the ready!





DAY 04



Breakfast at the hotel.


Check out from the hotel and we proceed towardsBelfast. (Appox 2 hrs)


Arrive at Belfast and check in at “HOTEL TITANIC”(Normal Check in 15:00 hrs)


Belfast is in many ways a brand-new city. Once shunned by travellers unnerved by tales of the Troubles and sectarian violence, in recent years it has pulled off a remarkable transformation from bombs-and-bullets pariah to a hip-hotels-and-hedonism party town.


You may proceed for Titanic Belfast (Entrance to be paid locally)


The head of the slipway where the Titanic was built is now occupied by the gleaming, angular edifice of Titanic Belfast, an unmissable multimedia extravaganza that charts the history of Belfast and the creation of the world’s most famous ocean liner. Cleverly designed exhibits enlivened by historical images, animated projections and soundtracks chart Belfast’s rise to turn-of-the-20th-century industrial superpower, followed by a high-tech ride through a noisy, smells-and-all recreation of the city’s shipyards. Tickets also include entry to the SS Nomadic.


You can visit Ulster Museum(Entrance to be paid locally)


You could spend hours browsing this state-of-the-art museum, but if you're pressed for time don't miss the Armada Room, with artefacts retrieved from the 1588 wreck of the Spanish galleon Girona; the Egyptian Room, with Takabuti, a 2500-year-old Egyptian mummy unwrapped in Belfast in 1835; and the Early Peoples Gallery, with the bronze Bann Disc, a superb example of Celtic design from the Iron Age.


Crown Liquor Saloon

There are not many historical monuments that you can enjoy while savouring a pint of beer, but the National Trust's Crown Liquor Saloon is one of them. Belfast's most famous bar was refurbished by Patrick Flanagan in the late 19th century and displays Victorian decorative flamboyance at its best


Rest of the day free at leisure.






DAY 05



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for Giant’s Causeway – Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin


Giant’s Causeway - Game of Thrones Tour will bring you to some of northern Ireland's most treasured sites.  Find the courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and get take in some of the most beautiful sea cliffs along the causeway coast. Experience the wonderful land and seascape of the world famous Giant’s Causeway, one of one two UNESCO world heritage sites on the island of Ireland. Visit the Dark Hedges and tour Dunluce Castle both made famous from the hit TV programme, Game Of Thrones.


Along the drive you will visit the Dark hedges, a picturesque tree-lined road that looks as if it comes straight out of a story book. The Dark Hedges represents the King’s Road in the famous television series “Game of Thrones” and is an avenue of beech trees with branches hanging over the road.. Next we visit and cross Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which connects a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm between the mainland and a small island that has been used over the years by fishermen to place netting to capture migrating salmon.  Following a 20 minute scenic cliff walk, you can traverse the bridge to the island with its abundance of birdlife, and to enjoy the spectacular coastal views from a different vantage point. After lunch it is time for The Giants Causeway which is the highlight of the trip . This UNESCO World Heritage site consists of a series of over 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks that looks like a grand set of stairs leading into the sea, the formation of which has been astounding generations. These awe-inspiring stones have resulted in inspiring many a myth and stories surrounding their origin, some of which your guide will just to be happy tell you in full technicolour! After the amazing Giants Causeway we continue to the spectacular Dunluce Castle, precariously perched on Cliffside , once home of the notorious McDonnell clan! This tour includes a self guided tour of Dunluce where you will get an insight to its fascinating history and the peerless family who owned it. Finally, you will arrive back in Dublin at around dinner time to reminisce about your northern adventure.


DAY 06



Check out from the hotel and drive towards Belfast Airport.


Drop the car at the car rental counter.


Board Easy Jet flight 481 for Edinburgh.


Arrive at Edinburgh Airport and proceed towards the car rental counter to pick up the car booked for you.

Meet Your Driver at Hotel Lobby to Proceed to Edinburgh by Road in case required

Board Ferry :


Drive towards the hotel.



Hotel check in will be in between 15:00 – 16:00, Early check in is on request


Edinburgh is a city that begs to be discovered, filled with quirky, come-hither nooks that tempt you to explore just that little bit further.


Latter proceed for Edinburgh City tour


Visit Edinburgh Castle :Entry to be paid directlyEntry from 17 GBP onwards)


Visit St Margaret's Chapel, marvel at the Crown Jewels in the Royal Palace and discover the battles that shaped Scottish history at the on-site National War Museum. Whichever part of Scotland’s royal past intrigues you, you’re sure to find it at this imposing fortress on Castle Rock


Latter you can drive on Royal Mile - Capture Edinburgh through the eye of your camera as you go, and find out what makes this ancient city tick.


Proceed to visit Palace of Holyroodhouse Entryto be paid directly Entry from 13 GBP onwards)

This palace is the royal family's official residence in Scotland, but is more famous as the 16th-century home of the ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots. The highlight of the tour is Mary's Bed Chamber, home to the unfortunate queen from 1561 to 1567


Latter continue you may cover Princes Street, Grassmarket, The Old Town, The New Town, Dean Village.





DAY 07



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for Loch Lomond National Park and Stirling Castle (optional) Entry GBP 15 for Stirling castle


A day spent in the land of Scots heroes Rob Roy, Robert the Bruce and William Wallace.


You travel to Stirling Castle where you can visit the imposing stronghold, favourite residence of the Stuart Kings and where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned. You then continue into the beautiful forested hills of the Trossachs National Park and stop for lunch in Aberfoyle. After lunch  byownyou take the high road to Loch Lomond and you travel through the protected lands of Scotland's first National Park. The route you take is along the eastern shores, a beautiful sheltered stretch of the loch and the perfect place to enjoy a walk along the bonny banks. You can enjoy the view of Loch Lomond and walk in the footsteps of Scotland's famous highland folk hero, Rob Roy MacGregor. From here you return to Edinburgh in the late afternoon.


Experience the Highlands' natural forests, lochs and mountains and feel Scotland's past in the heartland of its greatest heroes.


Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland. The castle sits on top of Castle Hill surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs that provide a strong defence. This strategic location made it an important fortress from the very beginning. Many Kings and Queens from Scotland have been crowned at Stirling. The castle withstood at least eight sieges during its history.











DAY 08



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for Glasgow, and Katrine and Doune Castle tour Entry ticket GBP 4 for Doune Castle


We will take a panoramic tour of Glasgow, including its cathedral. We will then visit Loch Lomond, where you may choose to board for a pleasant cruise. Alternatively, you can opt for a walk along the bank to Balloch Castle. You will also admire Loch Katrine, considered the most beautiful in Scotland. Finally, we will discover Doune Castle and the William Wallace monument.


Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and one of the largest in the UK. It grew from a small rural settlement to one of world's largest harbours. A university was established in the 15th century and in the 18th century the city was a major centre of the Scottish Enlightenment. The city also grew as one of Great Britain's main hubs of transatlantic trade. During the Victorian era Glasgow came to be known as the ''Second City of the British Empire''. Today it is one of Europe's top financial centres.


Doune Castle is a medieval stronghold originally built in the thirteenth century and rebuilt in its present form in the late 14th century by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany. The stonework belongs almost entirely to the late 14th century.






DAY 09



Breakfast at the hotel.


Check out from the hotel and drive towards Bicester via Manchester.


You may opt for Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour at Old Trafford Entry appox GBP 20 with audio Guide)


Join this Manchester United tour at Old Trafford and immerse yourself in the life and times of one of the most famous football clubs in England. In this 75-minute tour, you'll explore historical exhibits and state-of-the-art interactive experiences in the museum, before your local guide leads you through the club’s dressing rooms, the players' tunnel to the pitch, and into the manager’s dugout. It's an experience not to be missed.


Latter proceed towards Bicester.


Arrive at Bicester and check in to“BEST WESTERN JERSEY ARMS”




DAY 10



Breakfast at the hotel.


Morning proceed towards Bicester Village.


This luxury destination is home to more than 160 boutiques of world-famous brands, each offering exceptional value with savings of up to 60% on the recommended retail price all year round.


Together with a selection of restaurants and cafés, the Village offers luxury services that include Valet Parking, Hands-free Shopping, the award-winning Bicester Visitor Centre, and onsite tax refund and money change service.


Evening latter proceed towards Windsor. (Appox 1 hr)




DAY 11



Breakfast at the hotel.


Check out from the hotel and proceed towards Windsor Castle. (Tickets starts from 22 GBP onwards)


Rub shoulders with royalty with this fascinating half-day visit to Windsor Castle, the home of Queen Elizabeth.


As one of the world's largest and oldest castles, there is a wealth of things to see and do in Windsor. Admire the sunning State Apartments, the sensational St George’s Chapel and the gorgeous Queen Mary's Dolls House. This is wonderful chance to enjoy the merry life of Windsor.


Construction of the castle began during Norman times in the 11th century and the subsequent 1,000 years have seen a wide range of additions, resulting in an eclectic mix of external styles though Georgian and Victorian dominate. There are so many areas of interest, from the sensational long walk to the main gate to the South Wing and then the Round Tower inside, the Quadrangle, the Horseshoe Cloister, the King Henry VIII Gate, the: Edward III Tower and more


Inside, the décor and furnishings come from all the major eras. There are neo-classical, Gothic and rococo rooms as well as Jacobean in places, an elaborate combination of Jacobite and Elizabethan styles.


Tour the spectacular State Apartments, which date from the early 19th century, and marvel at the lavishly furnished surroundings. These rooms are considered to represent the high point of Georgian luxury and sophistication. Visit St. George's Chapel, which houses the tombs of a number of past kings and queens. Be amazed by the magnitude and intricate design of the world's most famous Queen Mary's Dolls House.


Latter proceed towards London.


Arrive at London and Check in at “HOTEL”


Drop the car back.


DAY 12



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for City Sightseeing London Hop-on Hop-off  48 Hrs(optional)


The Original London Sightseeing Tour! By Hopping on and off our buses you will be able to see so much more of London - and travel in style too! Pick one of the 6 bus routes available, sit back and embrace the city views, but be sure to Hop-off and changeover throughout the day and see as much of London as you can!


There is something for everyone in London, whether you are into sports, theatre, history, art, fashion, architecture - the list goes on! From parks to palaces, museums to monuments, boats, banks and bridges, there is so much to see and enjoy in this Great British City.


Your adventure begins when you first hop-on one of our open-top double-decker buses. The main route is the Yellow Route. The Yellow Route journey starts at Victoria and sets off on a tour around one of the most famous and popular cities in the world. At Bus Stop 4 you may wish to hop-off and take a walk around Hyde Park - one of the largest parks in London - a very vibrant and enjoyable place to walk through, whatever the weather!


The 3rd Hop-off point is a must - both the National Gallery and Nelson's Column are situated here, and there is also the visitor centre in Trafalgar square. Once you hop back on-board, you will be taken down towards the river Thames which is a real hot-spot for attractions. Bus Stop 5 also has superb sights to see: London Bridge & The Shard, HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, and The Tower of London. Downing Street, The London Eye and Big Ben are some of the many other sights you will see on the way to Victoria. Book online today and start planning your trip to London!







DAY 13



Breakfast at the hotel.


You can continue to explore London using Hop-on Hop-off  48 Hrs


Also You can visit Madame Tussauds with Marvel 4D Cinema and Star Wars Experience (Entry ticket starts from 25 GBP per adult onwards)


Rub elbows with your favourite celebrities and snap a souvenir photo with legends at the one and only Madame Tussauds. First opened in 1884, London’s Madame Tussauds Waxworks Museum exhibits waxwork figures of celebrities.


Step inside and be immersed in a world of famous fun, from Bollywood to Hollywood, music to sport, social to stardom - where you can even join the Royal Family for an official photoshoot or grab a selfie with your favourite celebrity. Dare you walk the catwalk alongside Cara at our exclusive fashion show? Or will you take the hot seat with will.i.am to see if you’ve got what it takes to be a coach in our new interactive The Voice UK experience?


Come face-to-face with an eighteen-foot animatronic Kong head in the Kong: Skull Island experience alongside Tom Hiddleston. Learn about the history of the woman herself, Marie Tussaud, before you sit back and enjoy a ride through 400 years of London’s history in our iconic taxi ride. Then join the crime fighting team in our exclusive Marvel Superheroes 4D adventure.


Finally, use the force and be transported to a galaxy far, far away where you can get in on the action with the greats of the Star Wars universe. This is a unique and immersive experience starring extraordinarily life-like wax figures of your favourite heroes and villains of Star Wars™ Episodes I-VI. The figures appear in authentic walk-in sets inspired by key scenes from the movies. Dynamic special effects add to the immersion, as fans step right into, and star in, some of the most iconic moments in film history.


You can also visit Coca-Cola London Eye


An iconic symbol of the London skyline, the Coca-Cola London Eye is a must-do for anybody visiting the capital city.

The Coca-Cola London Eye stands an impressive 135 metres high offering unsurpassable views all around for over 40km. You will be treated to a bird’s eye view of many world famous attractions including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. Ever since it was opened at the beginning of the century, this enormous Ferris wheel has appeared in numerous films and is visited by over 3.5 million people a year. Each air-conditioned capsule can hold up to 25 people. The capsules rotate around a special device allowing visitors stunning ever-changing panoramic views over the city while the wheel turns slowly but progressively.







DAY 14



Breakfast at the hotel.


Depart for Warner Bros Studios: The Making of Harry Potter (Entry GBP 41 per adult)


Take a peek behind the scenes at the studios that created your favourite Harry Potter films. See everything from models, sketches and even ride your own broom. Every Muggle is guaranteed a magical time!


Uncover the magic behind the special effects and explore the behind-the-scenes secrets of the Harry Potter films with this spellbinding Warner Brother Studio tour of The Making of Harry Potter. Walk the original stone floor of the Hogwarts Great Hall, visit Dumbledore's office, wander down Diagon Alley, see the model of Hogwarts Castle and taste the legendary ButterbeerTM. This is the ultimate adventure for any fan of the young wizard.


All eight movies were produced at the Studios and you will be able to relive the magic through the eyes of the filmmakers who brought Harry Potter to life. See the Backlot, where the Knight Bus and Hagrid’s motorbike are. Take a lesson in the Potion’s Classroom, visit the Weasel family in The Burrow and ride a broom in front of the Green Screen.


In the Art Department, admire the detailed sketches that were used during pre-production and learn how pencil drawings were turned into beautiful paintings with a digital brush, while the Model Room will bowl you over. See the sensational scale model of Hogwarts Castle - the level of detail is breathtaking. Real plants are used for landscaping as well as miniature birds housed in the Owlery, and with more than 2,500 fibre optic lights that simulate lanterns and torches, you’ll be flabbergasted.



DAY 15



Breakfast at the hotel.


Day free to explore London.


You can proceed to visit BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir LondonPopularly known as the 'Neasden Temple'General Opening Times Mon to Sun: 9.00am to 6.00pm


Enjoy hours of beauty, peace and discovery at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – a masterpiece of exquisite Indian design and workmanship in the heart of London. Marvel at the intricate marble and wooden carvings, experience a traditional Hindu prayer ceremony, or learn about the world’s oldest living faith from the ‘Understanding Hinduism’ exhibition. Whatever you prefer, you can plan and prepare for your visit here.


You may also visit Lord's Cricket Ground. Guided tours are available at 10am, 11am, 12noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Entry fees GBP 24 per adult


Lord’s is the most famous Ground in the world, steeped in over 200 years of history and tradition.


Tours of Lord’s give visitors the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at the Home of Cricket and explore some of the most famous sights in sport.


Led by an expert guide, the Tour includes the Grade II* listed Pavilion, legendary Long Room, Players’ Dressing Rooms with the Honours Boards, award-winning J.P. Morgan Media Centre and MCC Museum, home to the iconic Ashes Urn.


With extraordinary architecture, a fascinating collection of art and memorabilia, a Tour of Lord’s is not only a must for all cricket fans, but for everyone looking for a quintessentially English experience.


DAY 16



Breakfast at the hotel.


Day free for Shopping at Oxford street.


Oxford Street, the UK's favourite High Street has more than 300 retailers from designer outlets to department stores and is the most visited shopping street in Europe.

With its heady mix of unrivalled shopping, fascinating history, captivating architecture, mouth-watering cuisine and unbeatable deals there's nowhere better than London's Oxford Street.



DAY 17



Breakfast at the hotel.


Check out from the hotel and take a taxi to the airport.


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