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Day 1 - Arrival

The perfect beginning to an English tour begins with guests arriving into London and starting their London travel package. The first halt is The Cotswolds. The entire area is designated as AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) covered with the Cotswolds Hills from where the Cotswolds limestone is derived. The area has some outstanding and classic architectural beauties providing guests with the unique opportunity to click them for eternity. From here guests are driven down to Shropshire where guests get to admire the tallest column of the world – the Lord Hill’s column and the Ditherington Flax Mill, that is the first skyscraper of the world. From here, guests are driven straight to their hotel at Chester after passing through the Seven Gorge and Much Wenlock. After check-in guests are free to either roam in the city and admire the Victorian buildings or rest in the hotel.

Day 2 - full-day sightseeing tour

From Chester, guests are taken to Wales in the morning after a leisure breakfast on a full-day sightseeing tour. With the Irish Sea and the Bristol Channel bordering this country in UK and the largely mountainous terrain of the land being an integral part, the place is a tourist hotspot. As part of the Wales tour package guests get to visit the Snowdonia National Park, a famous hiking place; the Brecons Beacons National Park with a number of waterfalls marking its landscape; the Devil’s Bridge, the Hafod Estateand also the Llanberis Pass in the upper part of the mountains. After this, guests get to view the spectacular Conwy Castle and the River Conwy and the Isle of Anglesey separated from the Wales mainland by a 19th century suspension Bridge. Guests then return back to their hotel at Chester. In the evening, guests can walk through the Rows – these are covered walkways that lead to shops or cruise down River Dee or walk along the city walls.

Day 3 - visit attraction places

After breakfast, guests continue with their UK Holiday with visits planned to other English attractionsand places. The Peak District National Park is the first stoppage of the day. The area bears testimony of ancient civilization. Guests travel the entire way crossing an attractive landscape marked with old-styled cottages and crowded towns. The next visit is scheduled for Buxton – one of UK’s foremost spa towns and believed to be the center of England. The next stop is at Bakewell – a tiny town by the side of River Wye, that is famous for the Bakewell pudding and markets. After a day full of activities, guests are back to the hotel to spend some tranquil moments in their hotel room at York.

Day 4 – entire day of sightseeing of York tourist places

After a sumptuous English breakfast, guests continue with their England trip. The day is marked for an entire day of sightseeing of York tourist places. Active since the medieval times, the place is home to the York Minister – one of the largest and the most revered places in England. The city walls built in the 14th century remind guests of the city’s vintage past. The Clifford Tower, York Castle Museum, the cobbled streets of Shambles and the Castle Howard are some of the key attractions here.

Day 5 – Departure

This day guests’ checkout of their hotel at York after breakfast and move towards London for their onwards journey home. In between, there are halts at the Georgian market town of Newark-on-Trent - a city located on the banks of River Trent; and Cambridge, that is world famous for its university and excellence in education. Finally, guests reach the airport in London for journey back home with plenty of memorable moments of their England- Wales tour.


AED3000 per person



Sharing its border with Wales, Chester, a city in Cheshire county is home to a number of historic Victorian structures and the famous black-and-white buildings that were restored under a revival movement by the same name. Founded by the Romans in 79 A.D., Chester is a walled city on the shores of River Dee with the skyline marked predominately with Victorian architecture.



A city in the North Yorkshire county, the city is situated at the point where the River Ouse meets its tributary River Foss. For tourists, the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter also called the York Minister and the ancient York City Walls are some of the key attractions.

Good To Know


United Kingdom

Visa requirements

Visa in not needed for EU citizens. Everyone else need a visa.

Languages spoken


Curency used

Pound Sterling

Area (km2)

242,495 km²

4 Nights | 5 Days
Non+ Age
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  1. Airport transfersto and fro, from London.
  2. Intercity transfers in air-conditioned coaches and private cars
  3. 4Nights’stay athotels in England.
  4. Half-day and full-da sightseeing tours of all the cities as mentioned in the itinerary.
  5. Complimentary breakfast.
  6. Tour and on-board assistance.
  1. Visa and insurance charges need to be borne by guests individually.
  2. Any other meal, other than the ones mentioned in the itinerary.
  3. Applicable tickets and entrance fees at historical places, museums, National Parks etc.
  4. Activity-related charges that guests participate in.
  5. Tips to guides, drivers and hotel staff.
  6. Hotel taxes
  7. Early check-in or late checkout.
  8. Miscellaneous amount for Gala dinner on Christmas or New Year’s Eve, that is mandatory at some Hotels.

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