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Five day tour of Britain(trip code:OTI-D5

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Cities/attractions to visit

Oxford, Strathford, Warwick Castle, Manchester, Lake District, Wedding Town, Scottish Highlands, Edinburgh, Alnwick Castle, York, Cambridge

Booking Process

Online booking→Online payment→Confirm order (within 1 working day)→Guide information (3 days before departure)→Enjoy trip

payment method

Online payment: we support GBP, EUR and RMB payment.

Pay by phone: Some dual currency credit cards in China can't be filled in due to the Chinese billing address.

Bank Transfer: Please fill in the online application form first, then call 01908 259988 to get the account number of Omeka for bank counter or online transfer (please use instant payment).

Registration Notes

The dates on the website are available for registration, carpool group of more than 7 people can be confirmed into a group, (if you do not want to carpool, can be private chartered, a group price, please consult customer service). Registration must be paid in full, subject to the number of locations in order to complete the payment to confirm whether your registration is successful. Receive the confirmation letter issued by us as the proof of your participation in the success of the tour, before receiving the confirmation letter, please do not book the transport or hotel connected to the tour, in order to avoid unnecessary trouble and loss of a full group.

Please note that during the tour, we may change buses or guides in the course of the tour due to cross-country changes of routes, access to specific scenic spots (e.g. Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands, etc.) or the expiration of the tour director's working hours.

Transportation and hotel recommendations

Long-distance bus reservations and price times for.

pick-up point

London: 8:00am Russell Square tube station exit
(London Russell Square Station, Bernard St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1LJ)

Oxford: 9:30 am Meet at the front of Ashmolean Museum.
In front of Ashmolean Museum Beaumont St (Oxford OX1 2PH).

drop off point

London: approx. 19:00 Russell Square Underground station exit
(London Russell Square Station, Bernard St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1LJ)

If you need to book the return train or bus ticket, we recommend you to leave at least 1 hour transfer time to avoid traffic jams or unexpected delay and delay your trip.

Warm Tips.

The final pick-up route is arranged according to the data of pick-up and drop-off points of customers. Please do not change the pick-up and drop-off points on your own to avoid unnecessary loss and trouble.
Price includes

1、Transportation: Omega's exclusive travel fleet, provides nearly 100 various luxury tour buses(8-57 seets Mercedes Benz/Scania).

2、Hotel: 2 nights 3-star characteristic highland hotel. Standard double room, triple room and family room.

3、Breakfast: exquisite hotel buffet breakfast (traditional English breakfast: including eggs, sausage, tomato sauce soy beans, toast, cereals, yogurt, coffee, tea, fruit juice, etc.).

4、Tour guides: exclusive elite guide team, 5-star top senior tour guide, professional and wonderful interaction.

5、Driver: full-time professional bus driver, safe and secure driving.

Price does NOT include

1、Tickets for attractions: The above itinerary is free of any disguised shopping or compulsory sightseeing, please choose to buy tickets for your favorite attractions.

2、Tip: (standard-- £3 per person per day ), in the United Kingdom and Europe, it is a common practice to pay the tip after consumption and service . Your driver and guide will put a lot of effort to your daily schedule and journey safety, we hope you can cooperate with us in the group. 

3、Single room supplement: £70 per person (If you require a single room, you need to pay the single room supplement, which should be purchased for the whole trip).

4、Travel insurance: we strongly recommend the guests to buy travel insurance to protect the individual travel process in the event of illness, financial loss and other unexpected circumstances, in case they can claim to the insurance company.

5、Lunch and dinner: Our tour guide will recommend delicious local restaurants, but also introduce you to affordable and efficient fast food restaurants. You can choose your own lunch and dinner consumption in the course of the trip.

6、Other consumption: visa, airline tickets, hairdressing, TV and other expenses are not included in the "expenses included".

Ticketing Services

Omega can purchase tickets for the following attractions, if you want to buy tickets, please fill in the registration form (all tickets purchased through Omega are adult tickets).

Lake District boat tickets £7 per person, £7.70 on site

Warwick Castle tickets £15 per person, £26.40 on site

Loch Ness Boat Cruise tickets £11 per person, £13.50 on site
tourism agreement

Date of change

30 days or more prior to tour departure: Free to change the tour date once (one chance per order, reschedule according to normal terms and conditions).

If you change the tour date more than 8 days before departure, a handling fee of £25 per person will be charged; cannot be changed within 7 days (including 7 days).

(Note: 1. If you are sure you want to change the date of the tour, please inform us by email at least 8 days before the departure of the tour you have quoted; 2.

Withdrawal: A withdrawal fee of £25 per person will be charged 8 days or more before departure; £50 per person will be charged 7-4 days (including 7 days) before departure; no refunds will be made if the tour is cancelled 3 days or less.

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trip protocol

London → Oxford → Stratford (Shakespeare's home) → Warwick Castle → Old Trafford

Product upgrades to small boutique group, group size as few as 4 people, the latest 3-7 days before departure to confirm the trip, you can contact customer service to confirm before payment.

Oxford is known for its world-class institutions and the many monuments that make it a dream city. 1,100 years old and founded in the 9th century, the city was the cradle of British royalty and scholars. Today, Oxford is a bustling world city. Although it is still an old university town, the city has been rejuvenated by the commercial and especially high-tech businesses that dot its landscape.

Shakespeare"s House
The town of Stratford, 180 kilometres northwest of London, is the home of the great dramatist Shakespeare. Shakespeare"s home is located on Henley Street in the centre of the town, where Shakespeare was born and grew up. Shakespeare"s former home is a two-storey house with an attic. The structure"s house frame, sloping tile roof, original clay-colored facade, and protruding wall of windows and door outlines make this 16th-century home stand out among the surrounding buildings. The interior of the house is decorated in the same style and style as in 16th century England, allowing visitors to "experience" what life was like for the English middle class at that time. When you enter this two-storey wooden and stone farmhouse, the sound of your footsteps on the wooden stairs will sound like an echo of history. Then you can walk out the back door to the picturesque back garden. Next to Shakespeare"s house is the Shakespeare Centre, which is the "must-see" place to enter the cottage. The museum displays many 16th century English artworks and the first manuscripts of Shakespeare"s plays.

Ancillary items and ticket prices for reference.

The Town House Pass is £17.50 for adults (prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes in ticket prices)

Warwick Castle
Warwick Castle is a medieval- style castle in Warwick, the capital of Warwickshire, England. It sits on the edge of a cliff overlooking the bend in the River Avon. Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 and was originally used as a fortification until the early 17th century when Sir Frederick Grenville converted it into a country estate. It was originally built as a fortress until the early 17th century when Sir Frederick Grenville converted it into a country house. Since its completion in the eleventh century, Warwick Castle has undergone a number of structural changes with the addition of towers and the rebuilding of houses. In the 17th century the land around the castle was converted into gardens and in 1978 Warwick Castle was purchased by the Dussa Group and opened as a tourist attraction, included in the Ancient Monuments List and a Grade I Listed Building. The castle has many historic displays. The castle has many activities for children, such as the Princess Tower and archery. There are many staff members dressed in ancient costumes to interact with visitors, especially during festivals and special events.
Ancillary items and ticket prices for reference.
Warwick Castle £24.60 per person (ticket prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes).

Old Trafford Stadium
Understanding Britain begins with football, Manchester United is the most famous club in Britain, over the decades, the team nicknamed "Red Devils" has created numerous honors and football legends, is the classic representative of British football clubs. As the home of Manchester United, Old Trafford has also become a holy ground for many fans.
  • Breakfast:self-catered
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: Three star Holiday Inn or similar comfort hotel

Manchester → Lake District National Park → Getna Green (escape town)

fter breakfast, we will depart around 8 o"clock for the first attraction of the day - the Lake District National Park. After touring the Lake District, we will go to the romantic escape town to feel the fragrance of love.

Lake District
The Lake District is known as the most beautiful corner of England, the home of the English people"s soul, and the natural beauty of the Lake District has captivated countless romantic poets. Lake Windermere is the largest of these natural lakes, measuring 16.9km long and 1.6km wide at its widest point, with a depth of 67m and rising 40m above sea level. There are 18 islands on the lake, the largest of which is privately owned. Lake Windermere is an ideal habitat, through which flocks of geese can often be seen migrating in winter. Visitors can take a boat trip and enjoy the wonderful scenery as they travel east to west. You can also take a stroll along the trails that surround the lake to enjoy a comfortable lakeside experience.

Ancillary items and ticket prices reference.

Tickets for Lake Cruise】 £7 per ticket (only available for purchase with a group, £8.1 on site) (Prices will be adjusted due to seasonal changes without notice).

Windermere is a famous town in the Lake District, the town is located next to Lake Windermere and is surrounded by beautiful scenery with the lake and mountains mirroring each other, making it a must visit for visitors to the Lake District. The streets are lined with unique shops, such as family hotels, cafes and grocery stores. Relax, slow down and experience a leisurely life on the lake.

Peter Rabbit Museum
It"s been over 100 years since Peter Rabbit was born. It was the famous Miss Potter, Beatrix Potter, who really brought it to life. Miss Potter"s beloved English Lake District has become a pilgrimage destination for Peter Rabbit fans around the world. Nowadays, Peter Rabbit can be seen everywhere in the Lake District. In souvenir shops, bookshops and even on the bus. 23 stories about Peter Rabbit have been brought to life in three dimensions. Here, you can see the stories, hear the conversations and even smell them.

If time permits, visitors have the option of purchasing a ticket to enter the tour.

Ancillary items and ticket price reference.

Peter Rabbit Museum: £8/adult, £4/child (admission prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes).

Runaway Town
Gretna Green, is one of Scotland"s oldest villages located on the southern edge of the country, and also has another name - Elopers Paradise - it is a famous town of runaway marrige in England, which dates back to 1753. Back then the law in England was that a man and a woman had to be 21 years old with parental consent before they could marry. However, the boss of the Scottish side ignored this law, and at that time in Scotland, a man could marry of his own free will if he was at least 14 and a woman at least 12. So many young couples in England, escaping parental harassment and oppression, sneaked across the border to the nearest town to England to register their marriage. The world"s oldest surviving marriage certificate was issued here in 1772.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: Three star Holiday Inn or similar comfort hotel

Scottish Highlands & Most Scenic Route A82 → Loch Lomond → Glencoe Gorge Gorge → Fort William → Ben Nevis Pass → Loch Ness whole day

After breakfast, drive north into the open and beautiful Scottish Highlands.

Scottish Highlands
There is a large fault on the Scottish landscape, and the area to the west and north of the large fault is high. The Highlands are sparsely populated, different from England, where the scenery is mostly idyllic and soft, the Scottish Highlands are cool and rugged, mostly hills, glens and lochs. The entire Highland area is large, almost half the size of the whole of Scotland. The famous islands of the sky, Loch Ness, Ben Nevis - the highest peak in Britain, and Glencoe Gorge all belong to this area.

Europe"s most beautiful scenic road, the A82
Some tourists describe the A82 as the most beautiful scenic road in the world, it"s no exaggeration to call it the most beautiful scenic road in Europe. It was the setting for the film "SKYFALL", and from the western shore of Loch Lomond, you"ll travel north on the A82 as you make your way through the cool highland mountains. From the western shore of Loch Lomond you head north on the A82, gradually penetrating into the cool highland mountains. Here you will find ravines and gullies, often with glacier-cut bays or lakes. The weather in the highlands is unpredictable, with dark clouds covering the low peaks and moisture from the Atlantic Ocean pouring from the tops of the peaks in torrents of water. There are few tall trees on either side of the A82 due to the constant low temperatures and the erosion of the water. However, after a sharp bend at Loch Tulla, a large patch of dense woodland appears on the left - the property of the family of Ian Fleming, the original author of James Bond.

Loch Lomond 
Loch Lomond is Scotland"s largest loch in the UK, located in the Trossachs National Park in the southern Scottish Highlands, 27 kilometres northwest of Glasgow. The town of Luss is located on the western shore of Loch Lomond, with more than 20 families, the stone houses have remained unchanged since the 18th century, visitors come and go, but the town is frozen in time by the loch.

Glencoe Canyon & Three Sisters Mountain
Glencoe Gorge and the Three Sisters Mountains make up the A82, Britain"s most beautiful highway, and the chase scene in Skyfall was filmed on the A82 next to the Highlands. The hills and fields of the highlands are full of romantic, rugged and solitary natural beauty, epic in its grandeur. The Highlands" currents are so rich and clean you"ll be jealous, and Britain"s highest peak, the Ben Nevis, is covered in clouds.

Fort William
Situated on the border between the Highlands and the Lowlands, Fort William is a major town on the Scottish Highland Tourist Route. The town has a population of around 10,000 but is the largest town in Scotland after Inverness. Fort William is a quiet and peaceful town with beautiful scenery: with its backdrop of Scotland"s highest peak, the Ben Nevis, and its close proximity to the Great Glen of Nevis, it is the perfect place to experience nature, with its mountains, water, trees, flowers and birds. One of the best ski resorts in Scotland, Ben Nevis is a paradise for skiers and mountain bikers, and the nearby forest attracts many mountain bikers.

Loch Ness
Although the largest freshwater lake in the UK, Loch Ness appears more as a phrase than a name, as the "Loch Ness Monster", famous for its myriad sightings of the snake-necked, dragon-like creature. Loch Ness is a cold climate in the Scottish Highlands, but it is not frozen all year round, and the only contact with the outside world is the River Ness.

Ancillary items and ticket prices refer to.
Loch Ness Cruise Tickets £11 per ticket (only available for purchase with a group, £14.50 at the door) (Tickets are subject to price adjustment due to seasonal changes without prior notice.
  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: Three star Holiday Inn or similar comfort hotel

Edinburgh city tour → Alnwick Castle (Harry Potter filming location) → York → Manchester After breakfast, depart for the first stop in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.

We visit Edinburgh, the political and cultural centre of Scotland, which is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. Castles, palaces, wine and music surround the city, giving Edinburgh a unique charm. Edinburgh Castle, at the top of the hill, is one of the most famous castles in Europe and is the symbol and spiritual backbone of the entire city. The stately castle is a testament to too many English and Scottish feuds.
Ancillary items and ticket prices reference.
Edinburgh Castle: £16.50 per person: children (5-15): £9.90; seniors (60+): £13.20; (tickets are subject to seasonal price changes without notice)

Royal Mile Road
The Royal Mile is the central thoroughfare of Edinburgh"s Old Town, starting at Edinburgh Castle and ending at the Palace of the Holy Cross, with a series of lanes that form the backbone of the Old Town. The circular stone floors are polished and the buildings along the avenue are austere and historic. Every afternoon, bagpipers are played by street performers in kilt dresses, which is a constant reminder that you are in the heart of Scotland"s ancient past.

Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle is one of the oldest castles in England. It was built as a military fortress as early as the 6th century and served as the administrative centre of Scotland as a royal castle. There is an old Scottish poem about the king and his knights gathering in the halls of Edinburgh for a drink, which is said to be one of the sources of the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Edinburgh Castle is the heart of Scotland"s national history. The castle displays the Scottish Crown, which is the oldest crown in Europe. There"s also the famous Stone of Destiny, on which the ancient Scottish kings sat for their coronations.
Ancillary items and ticket price reference.
Edinburgh Castle: £16.50 per person: children (5-15): £9.90; seniors (60+): £13.20 (tickets are subject to seasonal price changes without notice)

Alnwick Castle
Alnwick Castle, the filming location of the movie Harry Potter. In recent years, Alnwick Castle has frequently appeared in movies and TV shows, such as Queen Elizabeth, Robin Hood, Harry Potter, etc. Especially in the movie Harry Potter, the exterior and main scenes of the magic school in the movie all come from Alnwick Castle. With the successful release of the movie Harry Potter in the world, tens of thousands of Harry fans have come here to make a pilgrimage and learn magic, and Alnwick Castle has turned into a hot magic castle.
Please note: Alnwick Castle, where the movie Harry Potter was filmed, is closed in winter and will be visited in the outer garden.
Optional items and ticket prices refer to.
Tickets to Alnwick Castle are £14 per person (prices are subject to change due to seasonal changes without notice)

York Cathedral
York Cathedral is the largest surviving medieval period church in Europe and one of the most superbly designed and built churches in the world. Construction began in 1220 A.D. and was completed in 1470 A.D. It took more than two hundred years to build. The church, built mainly of stone, is magnificent and beautifully crafted, and has remained solid and upright for hundreds of years. The tower at the top of the church, like a sword piercing the sky, gives people a sense of historical depth and solemnity, especially the carvings that make people marvel.

York Old Wall
It is the best preserved and longest medieval wall in Britain, similar to the feeling of the Great Wall of Britain, with a total length of 3.4 kilometers, almost surrounding the whole city center of York.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: Three star Holiday Inn or similar comfort hotel

Manchester → Cambridge → London Cambridge University

The University of Cambridge was founded in 1209 by a group of scholars fleeing from Oxford University to escape a brawl. King Henry III granted Cambridge a teaching monopoly in 1231. The University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford are two of the finest universities in England and are collectively known as "Oxbridge". It is one of the top ten universities in the world, and 81 Nobel Prize winners have come from this university. Oxbridge is one of the top ten universities in the world, 81 Nobel laureates came from here.
Ancillary items and ticket price reference.
Sword River Rafting £18 per person (ticket prices subject to change due to seasonal changes without notice)

St. Mary"s Church
St Mary"s Church is located opposite King"s College, in the heart of Cambridge"s university town, where degrees were awarded to Cambridge graduates until the 18th century. It"s worth mentioning the panoramic view of King"s College as you walk up the winding, narrow medieval staircase to the top of the tower.

Bridge of Sighs
The Bridge of Sighs is located in St. John"s College. Built in 1831, it was modeled after the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy. The bridge was named after the students who used to sigh when they crossed it, as it was the beginning of the exam season and they were worried about their results.

King"s College
King"s College, one of the most famous colleges within the University of Cambridge, was founded in 1441 by King Henry VI of England, hence the name "King"s" College. The most famous of the buildings is the College Chapel, whose soaring steeples and grand Gothic architecture have become a symbol of the town"s glory.
Ancillary items and ticket price references.
King"s College, Cambridge £7.50 per person (ticket prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes).

Queen"s College
Queen"s College is situated on the south side of King"s College and was founded in 1448 by Queen Margaret, Queen of Henry IV, and Queen Woodville, Queen of Edward IV, in 1465, hence the "Queens" in the College"s name, which refers to both Queens. Queen"s College spans the River Cambridge and is linked by the world-famous "Mathematical Bridge", while the lush Queen"s Gardens on the west side of the river are one of the most beautiful views in Cambridge. Tower and the Old Chapel (OldHall) among others.
Ancillary items and ticket prices reference.
Queen"s College Cambridge £3 per person (ticket prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes).

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: N/A

Visa Notice

Visa Information

1、Guests holding British visa or British passport of visa-free countries can participate in the England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland tour.

2、With a short-term British tourist visa, you can join the Irish tour without a visa; long-term British visa, such as students and workers need to apply for an Irish visa to join the Irish tour.

3、On the day of the tour, bring valid documents with a photo to participate in the tour, such as: passport, driver's license, student card.


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