8D/7N Great Sights of Great Britain

Edinburgh - Glasgow - Inverness


Edinburgh is Scotland's compact, hilly capital. It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings.


Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in Scotland's western Lowlands. It's famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture.


Inverness is a city on Scotland’s northeast coast, where the River Ness meets the Moray Firth. It's the largest city and the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands.

Edinburgh is one of the most distinctive and widely recognised cities in the world. Even people who have never been anywhere near Scotland will have formed impressions of the city based on a range of sometimes clichéd but usually attractive and positive images.The great thing about Edinburgh is that the reality surpasses your expectations. Two things usually come as a surprise to first time visitors. The first is that this is a city in three dimensions. It is built on and around hills, and the way Edinburgh grew leads to surprising changes in level at every turn.

t is difficult to explain the growth and the importance of Glasgow. It has never been a capital or a residence of Kings, it is on a site that was not easily defensible, and although on a major river it didn’t originally have a good harbour. But despite this, Glasgow had already been through two booms and two busts by the time it established itself in the 1800s as the second city of the British Empire and the shipbuilding capital of the world: and as, by far, Scotland’s largest city.Glasgow’s origins lie with a Christian missionary called Mungo, or Kentigern, who established a church here

Inverness, capital of the highlands, became Scotland’s fifth city in celebration of the start of the Third Millennium. It lies at the north end of the Great Glen, where the River Ness flows into the Moray Firth, and has been a natural focus for lines of communication to and through the highlands for most of the last two thousand years.The origins of Inverness lie on its western edge at the now wooded crag of Craig Phadrig.The town grew rapidly and by 1250 a bridge had been built across the river and a priory founded. It was also an important centre for boat building and fishing.





Day 1: Edinburgh (Arrival)

Upon your arrival In Edinburgh, the famous capital of Scotland since the 15th century, you will be transferred to the hotel via private vehicle. The day is free to relax, explore the sights of Edinburgh on your foot. Stay overnight in Edinburgh.

Day 2: Edinburg (sightseeing)

Post breakfast in the morning; embark on a sightseeing tour of Edinburgh via Hop on Hop off Tour. The seventh most populous city in the United Kingdom, Edinburgh is a combination of both ancient heritage and modern sophistication. The Old and New towns of Edinburgh were inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995. The sightseeing tour includes visit to the impregnable Edinburgh Castle and the famous Royal Mile. Later, return to the hotel for dinner and night stay.

Day 3: Edinburgh-Glasgow

Post breakfast in the morning; proceed towards the Edinburgh station to board your train towards Glasgow. One of the largest cities in England, Glasgow is considered as hub of museums, gardens and art galleries. Upon your arrival in Glasgow, check into the hotel. Later, board a Hop on Hop off bus to explore the sights of Glasgow which include excellent museums, art galleries and beautiful parks. Later, return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4:Glasgow (sightseeing)

Post breakfast in the morning, embark on a sightseeing tour of Glasgow on foot. You can visit several popular places such as The Burrell Collection, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow Cathedral & Necropolis, Glasgow Science Centre & Tower & IMAX, Hunterian Museum and Art Galleryand Scotland Street Museum. Stay overnight in Glasgow.

Day 5 :Glasgow-Inverness

In the morning, after breakfast, proceed to the Glasgow station to board a train for Inverness. Upon arrival in Inverness, check into the hotel. The rest of the day is free for leisure and exploring the sights of Glasgow. Stay overnight in Glasgow.

Day 6 : Inverness (sightseeing)

In the morning, post breakfast, set out to explore the sights of Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands. Later, embark on a sightseeing tour of Inverness via a hop on hop off bus. Inverness is regarded as the Capital of the Highlands of Scotland and the principal centre of administration and commerce. Some attractions that you will visit during your Hop On & Hop Off bus trip include Caledonian Canal, Abertarff House, Inverness Castle and Merkinch Nature Reserve. Stay overnight in Inverness.

Day 7 : Inverness-London

Post breakfast in the morning, proceed to the Inverness station to board train for London. Upon arrival in London, check into the hotel. The rest of the day is free for leisure. Dinner and overnight stay in leisure

Day 8 :London (Departure)

Post breakfast in the morning, check out of the hotel followed by assisted transfer to London airport to board flight for onwards destination.


Rates inclusive of

  • Airport Railway station transfers and sight seeing as per the itinerary by a non AC Vehicle-Maruti van,Tata Sumeo Bolero or similar.The vehicle is for point travel and not at disposal. Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basisIn case of 3 pax,one room with one extra bed will be provided. All road taxes,Toll taxes & parking fee.Driver reward.

Rates exclusive of

  • Air fareTrain fare. Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing. Horse ride etc. Portages, Laundry, Food, Tips, Liquor exp. 5% GST. Any other item not specified in “Cost Includes”.

Package Price

No of People




02 Pax
04 to 06 Pax
08 to 24 Pax







No of People

02 People

 4 to 6 persons

8 to 24 persons



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