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England, Scotland & Wales

Each country of the United Kingdom is a wealth of history, culture and nature. Each can be reached easily from entry points at Heathrow as well as connected to one another by train and well kept roads for the true adventurer looking to try their hand at a road trip on the left side of the road.  Whether done individually, together or as part of a gateway to Mainland Europe the UK will give you a blend of culture and adventure which they have been cultivating for thousands of years. 

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London is a relatively short hop from New York, making it a popular city break. Its famous as an incredible art and food scene, but its the history that really wows throughout England. Ancient formations at Stonehenge and Roman fortifications and baths date back millennia, while more recent centuries have given us Shakespeare's Globe, and the Tower of London.   You can see the Magna Carta and stand with one foot in each hemisphere. Beyond the Capital you'll find sites important to music and literature in Manchester and Canterbury. Or use the famous white cliffs of Dover as a backdrop to sail off to mainland Europe across the Channel.


From Edinburgh to Glasgow - or Loch Lommond to the Hebrides we can craft a spectacular itinerary blending the unique, untamed Highlands with the Georgian cityscapes. Castles and Scotch, Cows and Nessies, Luxury Trains and World-class Golf.  Whether you want to celebrate the New Year in a Hogmanay festival or catch a glimpse of the Royal Family at Balmoral or the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Scotland is a year-round destination in its own right or as an easily connected trip from London. 

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Rugged, hearty and windswept - the southwest of the UK is an oft overlooked corner.  But not only do they have their own Prince and their own language, but you can be exploring Cardiff with one quick train ride from London.  Stay longer than just to see the Capital and Castle and explore Snowdonia National park, ride a vintage railroad or sail on the Bristol Channel. 

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