At Janet Redler Travel & Tourism we can put together a multi-destination tour for you which includes the best of the UK & Ireland as well as Europe.
Powis Castle on the border of England and Wales
When you travel to these shores, we think it makes see to see as much of the UK and Ireland as you can. The distances between England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are all manageable within a day's travel and a well planned itinerary will easily give you time to see most, if not all, of the distinctly different countries in the British Isles.
Many of our visitors arrive in London, which is a great starting point for your tour, although regional airports such as Birmingham, Manchester or Glasgow can also be useful destinations for those wishing to enjoy as much of the country as possible.
After a few days' stay in London, for example, it is an easy drive through the picturesque Cotswold Hills to visit some of the historic towns and cities of England's Midlands - from Oxford, through Stratford-upon-Avon to Shrewsbury and Chester.
A hop over the border to Wales can open up a whole new window on the UK, as you pass through rugged mountain scenery and soak up the ancient Welsh language and culture. A short ferry journey across the Irish Sea brings you to Ireland and all the charms of the so called 'Emerald Isle'. Dublin is a must see and, as it is centrally located on the east coast of Ireland, from there your tour can turn south, west or north, to explore this beautiful country as you choose.
From Dublin, there is an easy 100 mile journey on excellent roads to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the UK. Investigate the fate of the Titanic in Belfast, for example, before taking a tour of the Antrim Coast, or heading to the spectacular Giant's Causeway. One thing is for sure, you're always assured of a warm welcome!
Swiftly travelling back over the Irish Sea to Scotland - which can be seen from the Northern Irish coast on clear days - you are well placed to enjoy the majestic Scottish landscape and culture. Take in whisky distilleries on the islands, search for the Loch Ness Monster in the Highlands or enjoy a round of golf at the 'Royal and Ancient' in St Andrews.
Ballindalloch Castle in the Highlands of Scotland
Perhaps after seeing the sights of the UK and Ireland you would like to go on to visit other parts of Europe? If so, we can help put together a tour which also takes in the cosmopolitan delights of Paris, Rome or Berlin, for example.
With our many years' experience organising tours of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and our unrivalled local knowledge, we can put together a personalised tour for you which delivers the best of the British Isles. Whatever your interests, however long you have and however big your group, we can advise on how to get the most out of your vacation.
To find out more about a tailor made, multi-destination tour of the UK and Ireland as well as Europe, for you or your group, please do contact our friendly team.