‘Mumbai to Mumbai Tour’ guests will report at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai as per the scheduled flight departure time and proceed to London – the capital city of England and United Kingdom situated on the banks of river Thames. It is also world’s most visited, powerful, favourite global city.
Today we proceed to Cardiff – Capital city of Wales. Upon arrival, we explore Cardiff city, we see the historic Cardiff Castle, The City of Arcades, Cardiff Bay – large beautiful waterfront, Wales Millennium Centre and Principality Stadium. Later we embark on a ferry ride from Pembroke to Rosslare Harbour and reach Waterford – Ireland’s oldest city, also known worldwide for its exquisite handmade crystals. We visit Crystal Factory and see the process of crystal making.
Today we drive to Dublin through the Irish County side, from Boreens to medieval Kilkenny ancient castle.
En-route we visit the Irish National Stud Farm at Kildare. Here we get to see the world’s best stallions and enjoy the glorious Japanese gardens planned to symbolise the Life of Man. In the afternoon we arrive at Dublin – capital of the Republic of Ireland, situated on Ireland's east coast at the mouth of river Laffey. We have free time for relaxing and exploring the surroundings.
Today we explore Dublin city, we visit Trinity College – the oldest university founded by Queen Elizabeth 1 in 1592 and the sole constituent college of the research University of Dublin. Later we see St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Ha’penny Bridge and Phoenix Park originally a royal hunting park is now Europe’s largest urban park with zoological gardens. In the evening we have free time for shopping at Grafton Street, followed by traditional Irish dance show with dinner.
Today we proceed to Belfast – capital city of Northern Ireland and the birthplace of famous doomed ocean liner, RMS Titanic. Upon arrival, we visit Northern Ireland’s World Heritage Site – Giant Causeway renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt. Later we take a photo stop at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge which links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede, followed by a drive through The Dark Hedges tree tunnel – an avenue of large beech trees forming an atmospheric tunnel is a famous shooting location of TV show Game of Thrones that represents the Kingsroad.
Today we visit Titanic Belfast – to know the story of Titanic from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s through her construction and launch to its maiden voyage. Later we explore Belfast city, we see City Hall, Queen's University and Stormont – The Northern Irish Parliament Building and its green surroundings. In the afternoon, we embark on a ferry to Glasgow – a port city on the River Clyde in Scotland’s Western Lowlands famous for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture.
Today we Experience rugged and mythical Scotland on this full-day trip. We explore the Scottish Highlands. We stop at the village of Glencoe- ringed by dramatic mountainous scenery, next we see the Silver Sands of Morar, explore the town of Mallaig and visit the Glenfinnan Viaduct- made famous by the Harry Potter movies. Further we drive through the town of Fort William- The romantic 'Road to the Isles'. By evening we drive back towards Glasgow
Today we explore Glasgow city. We see George Square- the principal civic square in the city, Glasgow Cathedral- also called the High Kirk of Glasgow and the River Clyde- the eighth-longest river in the United Kingdom, and the second-longest in Scotland. Later we proceed to Edinburgh – Scotland's capital city known for its medieval Old Town, elegant Georgian New Town, neoclassical buildings and gardens. Upon arrival, we explore Edinburg city, we visit Princes Street, Royal Mile and see Holyrood Palace - the official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty the Queen, Arthur's seat – an extinct volcano which is the main peak of the group of hills in Edinburgh and the new Scottish Parliament, followed by a visit to Edinburgh castle – a historic fortress which played a pivotal role in Scottish history, both as a royal residence and as a military stronghold, In the evening we visit a Scotch Distillery
Today we proceed to Lake District – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular holiday destination famous for its forests, mountains, lakes and also its association with great poet William Wordsworth for his Daffodils poem, who got inspired while taking a walk in the woods of the Lake District. Upon arrival, we visit the shores of Lake Windermere and enjoy a cruise ride. Further we also enjoy a Steam Train ride. We then proceed to Manchester – England’s second biggest city with rich industrial heritage.
Today we proceed to York through a beautiful drive in the Yorkshire Dales National Park – which encompasses thousands of square miles of moors, valleys, hills and villages. In the evening we take a Viking walk of York city to know more about city’s Norman and Anglo-Scandinavian history while passing by various landmarks and historical sites like the city walls, Petergate, Stonegate and the magnificent Minster. We also visit Harry Potter movie fame The Shambles – an old street in York with overhanging 14th century unique timber framed buildings. Then we proceed back to Manchester and explore Manchester city, we see Manchester Cathedral, Town Hall, University of Manchester and Albert Square. Later we visit Old Trafford- A largest club football Stadium in UK, the home of Manchester United football club. Followed by a visit to The National Football Museum.
Today we drive towards Stratford-upon-Avon – a medieval market town in England’s West Midlands situated on river Avon, also a birthplace of William Shakespeare. We visit the house - of William Shakespeare an English poet, the famous English play writer and World’s greatest dramatist. In the afternoon, we drive via Cotswolds towards Bath – a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its natural hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture. Upon arrival, we explore the city of Bath, we visit Roman bath with its hot springs, the Great Bath, the pump rooms and the changing rooms. Then we take a walk to Bath Abbey and Royal Crescent – a monumental semi-circular sweep of uniform residential town houses with a palace like façade. Later we pass by picturesque Pultany Bridge standing with a building on top of it and lined with shops.
Today we proceed to Stonehenge – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best-known prehistoric architectural wonder in Europe. Further we driver towards London. Upon arrival we have free time to relax and explore the surroundings
Today we explore London city, we visit Tower of London Museum – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Powerful symbols of the Monarchy. Here we see St Edward's Crown, The Imperial State Crown, and Koh-I-Noor Diamond- which adorns the front of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s Crown. Later we see Tower Bridge – Victorian Gothic style two tower suspension bridge on river Thames, Piccadilly Circus – a busy square in the heart of London also known as Times Square of London, Westminster Abbey – a place of worship, celebration, ceremony and a coronation Church since 1066, Big Ben – Iconic clock tower famous for its accuracy and the massive bell, River Thames – 346 kms longest river in England, Trafalgar Square – most attractive public square in the city of Westminster, Houses of Parliament and 'Changing the Guard' at Buckingham Palace – a formal precisely choreographed musical ceremony where old guards are relieved by the new guards, and Hyde Park – a huge Royal Park stretching from Kensington palace to Buckingham Palace famous for its speaker corner for free speech and demonstration. Further we visit 'home of cricket', Lord's- the most famous cricket ground in the world. We then enjoy panoramic views of the city through London Eye – Europe’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel.
Today we do a full day excursion to Windsor – a beautiful town on the river Thames and home to Windsor Castle. Upon arrival we visit Windsor Castle – one of the residences of British Royal Family which is said to be a largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and the Queen's favorite weekend home. Later we proceed to University of Oxford – one of the oldest and best Universities in the World famous for its exceptional teaching, research and learning opportunities. We also visit Brasenose College - constituent colleges situated in the heart of the University of Oxford.
Today we have a chance to photograph yourself with the world’s famous personalities at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. Further we visit Warner Bros. Studio and step on to authentic sets, discover the magic behind spellbinding special effects and explore the behind-the-scenes secrets of the Harry Potter film series.
It’s time now to say goodbye!
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‘Mumbai to Mumbai Tour’ guests will proceed to London Airport as per the scheduled group flight departure time and start their return journey back home.
All tours are available for fully vaccinated guests (Both doses of Covishield with 15 days cooling off period post the 2nd dose) and are subject to government directives/orders, airline connectivity and visa regulations.
All guests must follow the prevailing mandatory requirements for travel, such as RT-PCR tests (Departure & Arrival), certificate of full vaccination, web check-in, self-declaration etc. as per the airline/state/country. Any cost incurred for such requirements should be borne by the guests.
For transfers and sightseeing we will use mini coaches or big coaches or small vans depending on the respective tour group size. If you wish to have separate vehicle solely for yourself or your family, it can be arranged at an additional cost subject to availability.
Given the current dynamic situation, tour departure date may change. Some monuments or sightseeing places may be closed temporarily without any prior notice; in such cases every attempt will be made to visit an alternate sightseeing if possible.