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LONDON

 
 London, political and economic capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the most visited cities in the world due to its special and cosmopolitan character. Impossible to describe through a text, to know London it is necessary to visit it and live it, letting the special touch of the city and its people seduce us through its welcoming immensity.
 
 


Price:

U$S 3.520.-

** The rate is expressed per person based on double occupancy, in U.S. dollars at the official subject of the day, with all taxes included. Subject to availability and change without notice. Pay in pesos at the official exchange


Itinerary:
DAY 1: BUENOS AIRES - DUBLIN 09/17
 
Departure from Buenos Aires to Dublin.
 
DAY 2: DUBLIN 09/18
 
Arrival in Dublin and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure where you can take advantage of the famous "pubs". Accommodation.
 
DAY 3: DUBLIN 09/19
 
Breakfast. Free day to get to know this city, which is undoubtedly one of the cities with the most fun and lively atmosphere in Europe. Taking a walk through its streets and aided by the hospitality of its people, you will immerse yourself in its history, from its Viking roots on the banks of the Liffey, to the medieval churches with their mummified remains and their sacred relics, passing through the elegant streets Georgian or the lively shopping streets. Also, of course, when walking around the Temple Bar. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 4: DUBLIN - KERRY COUNTY 09/20
 
Breakfast. Panoramic visit of the most remarkable of the city: Merrion Square, Calle de O’Connel, the Central Post Office, the Museum of Natural History, the Palace of Justice, the Phoenix Park, the Neighborhood of the Embassies, etc. Free time or optional visit to Historic Dublin, visiting Trinity College, twinned with Oxford and Cambridge, is one of the six oldest universities in the English-speaking world. After lunch, departure via Limerick to Tralee. Free time to admire its historical monuments and then continue to our hotel in County Kerry. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 5: KERRY COUNTY 09/21
 
Breakfast. Full-day tour of the Dingle Peninsula, where wild nature meets more than 2,000 archaeological sites, and Killarney, Ireland's most visited tourist center, which has inspired poets and writers. Next, we will visit the Killarney National Park, where we will take a horse carriage ride, enjoying forests, lakes and beautiful landscapes. Back to the hotel. Optional attendance at a traditional Irish folk music show. Dinner and lodging in County Kerry.
 
DAY 6: KERRY COUNTY - GALWAY 09/22
 
Breakfast. Departure through Adare, with thatched houses and its medieval Abbey, to Bunratty. Entrance to the Castle (S.XV), and to the Gort collection. Continuation to Moher. From Torre O ’Brien you will have the most beautiful view of the coast. Continuation to Galway through the Burren Region. Arrival. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 7: GALWAY - LONDONDERRY 09/23
 
Breakfast. Departure to Connemara National Park, where the Gaelic language and culture survive, and one of the places preferred by most Irish people, touring Lake Inagh and visiting Kylemore Abbey. Next, we will go to the Killary fjord, where we will take a boat trip. Lunch en route. Continuation to Ulster (Northern Ireland), where, after crossing the border, we will arrive at one of its most emblematic cities Londonderry, Free time to get to know this city, a living testimony of the history of the 20th and 21st centuries. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 8: LONDONDERRY - EDINBURGH 09/24
 
Breakfast. Departure to the Giant's Causeway, considered one of the biggest attractions in Ireland. Cross by ferry from Larne to Cainryan and continue to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Free time to discover the animation of its streets and the charm of its buildings. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 9: EDINBURGH 09/25
 
Scottish breakfast and panoramic tour: the Royal Mile and the legendary Castle, the Palace of Holyrood House, the old Parliament, seat of the Courts, the New Town, the National Gallery, with fabrics by renowned painters, Calton Hill. Lunch and rest free day, which you can take advantage of to make an optional visit inside the Castle and the Palace of Holyrood, royal residence. In the afternoon, if you wish, you can make an optional visit to the Unpublished Edinburgh: Dean Village, Fettes College and Port of Leith, having a drink in one of its pubs with a marine atmosphere. Accommodation.
 
DAY 10: EDINBURGH - HIGHLANDS 26/09
 
Breakfast and departure to the Highlands, first passing through Culloden. Then we will visit Cawdor Castle and its beautiful gardens. Continuation to Inverness and free time in the capital of the Scottish Highlands, which you can take advantage of to see the attractive city as a whole from Castle Hill or visit it. If you wish, you can take an unforgettable optional excursion that includes a boat ride on the mythical Loch Ness to the ruins of Urquhart Castle. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 11: HIGHLANDS - STIRLING - GLASGOW 09/27
 
Breakfast. We will leave the Highlands, passing on our tour of Fort William, on the banks of Loch Linne, Glencoe, and the mountainous area of ​​the Trossachs until Stirling, where we will visit its castle. Lunch. Continuation to Glasgow, considered one of the best examples of Victorian city. Panoramic visit: the Cathedral, the Great Central Mosque, the views of the University, the Town Hall, George Square, etc. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 12: GLASGOW - DURHAM - YORKSHIRE COUNTY 09/28
 
Breakfast. Departure to England, enjoying on our tour the beautiful landscapes that are part of the historic border between Scotland and England. Arrival in Durham and free time to discover this historic city and its cathedral, a World Heritage Site and considered the largest and most perfect monument of Norman architectural style in England. Continuation to York. We will take a guided tour of this city that has spectacular architecture, with buildings that take us back to England from the 12th to 14th centuries. We will visit its walls, the historic center and the exterior of the Cathedral of Saint Peter, the second largest in Gothic style in northern Europe, after that of Cologne. Continuation to hotel in Yorkshire County. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 13: YORKSHIRE COUNTY - LAKES REGION - LIVERPOOL 09/29
 
Breakfast. Departure to the Lake District, the largest national park in England and considered one of the most beautiful places in the whole country, where lakes and mountains succeed each other in an environment of spectacular landscapes. We will take a boat trip on Lake Windermere, the most important and largest in England, in the heart of the Cumbria Region. Lunch and continuation to Liverpool, where, on the one hand, the popularity of the Beatles and their team Liverpool Football Club, and above all for being the starting point for excursions to Wales. Panoramic tour that will pass through the most important points of the city: Anfield football stadium, St. Nicholas, the 3 Graces, old town, financial center, town hall, ST. Gerorge’s Hall, William Brown Street, Jardines de San Juan, area of ​​the universities, the 2 cathedrals, Chinatown, etc. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 14: LIVERPOOL 09/30
 
Breakfast. Departure to the mythical Wales, British essence with beautiful landscapes and legendary castles. Our first stop will be in the town of Conwy. Free time in this medieval town declared a World Heritage Site. We continue our way through part of the Snowdonia National Park until we reach Caernarfon. Free time. I return to Liverpool. Rest of the day free. If you wish, you will have the possibility of making an optional visit, getting to know the Liverpool of the Beatles, in which we will get to know, besides the Beatles Strory Museum, the places related to the mythical band: Docklands, Mathew Street, Strawberry fields Panny Lane and the famous The Cavern where we will stop to have a drink. Dinner and accommodation
 
DAY 15: LIVERPOOL - CHESTER -STRATFORD-UPON-AVON - BRISTOL 01/10
 
Breakfast. Departure to Chester, of Roman origin, which preserves the walls, remains of public baths, its 15th-century cathedral and its streets formed by Tudor-style houses, the most popular of them being Eastgate Street, where the famous Clock of Eastgate. Continuation to Stratford-upon-Avon. Lunch. Free time in Shakespeare's hometown to discover its historic center with its charming half-timbered houses, typically English, and enjoy the animation of its shopping areas full of shops. Continuation to Bristol, old and rich commercial city. Free time. Dinner and accommodation.
 
DAY 16: BRISTOL - BATH - SALISBURY - STONEHENGE - LONDON 02/10
 
Breakfast. Departure to Bath, of Roman origin and declared a World Heritage Site. Free time to visit, among other places, the Roman public baths, its extraordinary Georgian buildings and its splendid Gothic Abbey. Continuation to Salisbury, ancient medieval city. Lunch and free time to get to know it, as well as its beautiful cathedral, isolated and located among green spaces unlike other Gothic cathedrals that are usually surrounded by other buildings. Continuation to the impressive stone circle of Stonehenge. Continuation to London. Accommodation.
 
DAY 17: LONDON 03/10
 
Breakfast. Panoramic tour: Houses of Parliament and Big-Ben, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Sq. Buckingham Palace, Royal Albert Hall, etc. (Eventually this visit could be done the day before). Free afternoon or optional excursion to Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British monarchy for 900 years. Accommodation.

DAY 18: LONDON 04/10
 
Breakfast. Free day to finish visiting places like Soho, the lively Covent Garden, enjoy some of the musicals that are performed in the city, etc. Optional visit to the British Museum, where you can admire, in addition to the Parthenon friezes, an excellent Egyptology section and the Tower of London, which dates back to the year 1,066, being the oldest monument in London and where one of the greatest attractions is located. to know this city: The Crown Jewels. Accommodation.
 
DAY 19: LONDON 05/10
 
Breakfast. Free time until the indicated time of transfer to the airport to take the flight to Buenos Aires.
 

 



Duration:
21 DÍAS


Departure date:
ABRIL Y OCTUBRE


Included Services:
Aerial Buenos Aires - Dublin / London - Buenos Aires
 
17 nights accommodation, 2 in Dublin, 2 in County Kerry (Killarney), 1 in County Galway (Connemara), 1 Londonderry, 2 in Edinburgh, 1 in the Highlands, 1 in Glasgow, 1 in Yorkshire County, 2 in Liverpool, 1 in Bristol, 3 in London.
 
Transfers throughout the tour
 
12 dinners and 7 lunches (NO DRINKS)
 
Dublin Panoramic, Glasgow Panoramic, Edinburgh Panoramic, York Panoramic, Liverpool Panoramic, London Panoramic.
 
Cawdor Castle, Stirling Castle, Bunratty Castle with tickets
 
Other places discussed by our guide: Tralee, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher, Kylemore Abbey with tickets, Killary Fjord Boat Tour, Londonderry, Giant's Causeway, Connemara National Park, Killarney National Park, The Lands High (Higlands), Inverness, Durham, Yorkshire County, Boat Trip on Lake Windemere, Lake District, Excursion to Wales: Conwy, Caernarfon, Chester, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bristol, Bath, Salisbury, Stonehenge with tickets
 
Tour guide throughout the tour
 
Travel assistance with Universal Assitence (VALUE PLUS product). Supplement for passengers over 70 years, 55USD.
 
Travel kit
 
Accompaniment guaranteed based on 10 passengers. Subject to group formation.
 
Double sharing guaranteed subject to group training, base 10 passengers.


Services NOT Included:
Personal expenses
Drinks at meals
Tips for guides and drivers
Any service that is not specified as included


Package Valid Until:
31-12-2020


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Avellaneda 243
(M5602ABE) San Rafael - Mendoza
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(54-260) 4430066
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