Distance: 290km / 180mi
- Your trip departs from London to Dorset to see the mythological Cerne Abbas Giant carved into a hill.
- Sip a cream tea with freshly baked scones under a thatched roof at a quaint teashop.
- Later, head toward Salisbury to see Stonehenge and the tallest church spire in England.
- Slip into the Roman Baths and pamper yourself in the modern-day Thermae Bath Spa.
- Stop in to Jane Austen’s home and view the elegant Royal Crescent town house.
- Visit the animation studios of the BBC before crossing the Bristol Chanel to Wales’ capital city Cardiff.
A day out in London is the perfect way to start a European vacation.
Touring these famous King Arthur sites offers a fascinating historical trip around some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside!
You can explore London for under 15 Euros per day!
One could spend an entire month in Britain due to all of its magnificent cities and towns.
See sparkling Scottish lochs, relax in historic gardens and bask on the beaches of the South Coast… Britain’s diverse countryside will surprise and delight.
Discover walking holidays across the United Kingdom.
World Heritage Site Stonehenge is one of the most important prehistoric monuments in the world.
Superb Roman remains, glorious Georgian architecture, spring water spas, and first-class shopping – the golden city of Bath has it all!
Stay warm at the coziest of British attractions in the wintertime.
Distance: 450km / 280mi
- Shop the famous Victorian galleries and enjoy the lively bars and restaurants on the newly developed Cardiff bay.
- Drive through the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia national park or take a ride on a steam railway.
- Learn to spell the longest town name in the world and take your photo by its sign to remember Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
- Catch the ferry to Dublin then take a Viking-themed amphibious tour to the city center using WW2 landing craft.
- Drink a pint at the famous Guinness brewery followed by a pint or two at the Temple Bar.
- For a taste of history and academia, visit the Trinity College campus.
Distance: 800km / 500mi
- Live like a king at a Castle hotel after leaning very carefully over the edge of the spectacular Cliffs of Moher.
- Head to Galway and immerse yourself in the best of Celtic culture, folklore and traditional Celtic music in one of the city’s brimming pubs.
- Before leaving Galway, buy your special someone a Claddagh ring representing love, loyalty and friendship. Then, trek north and cross the border back into the UK.
- Wander over the huge stones of Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO world heritage site.
- Quench your thirst on a tour of the distillery at nearby Bushmills.
- After exploring the Titanic visitor exhibition, the newly revived Belfast city center is a fun way to end the day.
Time your trip so that you can stop at the Galway Arts Festival.
In Dublin, be sure to stock up on your favorite Celtic souvenirs.
The Cliffs of Moher are an incredible sight that will remain with you long after you’ve left…
Visit the cities and towns of Ireland, from Belfast to Killarney, and all those in between.
Even if you're on a budget, there is plenty to do in Dublin, Ireland.
Stay a day or two in Belfast, where the Titanic rose out of its docklands. No city in the world knows her better.
Distance: 305km / 190mi
- Take the ferry from Belfast to Ayr and enjoy the drive to Glasgow.
- Visit the renowned Burrell Collection of art and don’t miss The House for an Art Lover designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
- Track down must-have souvenirs in the international boutiques of Glasgow before making your way to Edinburgh.
- Wander the lofty Edinburgh castle and then sip a dram of Scotch to savor the homegrown flavors.
A sassy Scottish city with world-class shopping, arts, culture and architecture - it can only be Glasgow.
Britain has a startling variety of natural habitats crawling with animals of every kind.
Stay adventurous in Belfast by bike.
Welcome to Edinburgh, a city loved by royalty and party animals alike.
Learn everything about Scotland from its historic natural landmarks like Loch Ness and Neolithic Orkney to its unique blend of traditional and modern culture.
A Celtic journey isn't complete without some history.