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Big city full day excursions

Organized excursions to big cities and important places. The possibility of realizing each, depends of certains courses and destinations.

London

London excursion

One of the most visited cities in the world; London is an essential part of anyone’s bucket list. This is a memorable city with modern culture with huge historic significance.

You can visit the stunning sights of the historical British buildings and architecture along with some of England’s most unique and picturesque gardens. Take time to see the fascinating royal and governmental buildings such as Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Big Ben and the Tower of London.

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Liverpool

Liverpool

Liverpool is a fascinating city that boasts the largest collection of museums and galleries than anywhere in the country outside of London. It is a city steeped in history and cultural heritage that has endless things to do and see.

Liverpool has some astonishing architecture and historical buildings that are well kept and preserved for its visitors. It is known for characters such as The Beatles and a host of famous actors and sport personalities. It is also home of the world famous football team, Liverpool FC who have a massive following along with enjoying a huge amount of success in World football since its establishment. Liverpool also have a wide selection of amazing restaurants and place to eat from traditional English dining to the more exotic foods.

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Manchester

Manchester

With half a million inhabitants, Manchester is the second most populated city in England. It is a stunning location in the north of England and one of the most iconic cities in the country.

It is well known as one the biggest footballing cities of Europe as it is home to cross town rivalries of Manchester United and Manchester City. One of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom, it is recognised for its architecture, culture, music, science, engineering and its social scene. A beautiful city, full of culture that holds regular festivals and always has plenty to see and do.

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Dublin

Dublin

One of the most famous cities in the world, known for it´s friendly people and its fascinating history. As the capital of Ireland, Dublin in one of the largest cities in Ireland and a prime destination to visit for any young traveller.

Known as an old Viking town, Dublin is steeped in history, filled with an adequate blend of preserved buildings and modern architecture.

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Brighton

Brighton

This is one of the most popular holiday resort destinations in England for both tourists and locals. With one of the best well-kept beaches in the country, so when the weather is good there is only one place that you should go.

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Londonderry

Londonderry

Located in the North of Ireland, it is seen as one of UK’s cities of culture. As an ancient city, it is rich in cultural and architectural heritage which provides bountiful sights to visit in the city.

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Limerick

Limerick

Limerick is a truely charming town located in the Mid-West region of Ireland.

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Plymouth

This is the England city on the ocean located in the very South of Britain. This picturesque harbour city rich in history is a fantastic place to visit for its exciting festivals and stunning sights.

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Tenby

Tenby

Tenby is quite a charming little town on the coast of the South of Wales. With sandy beaches and medieval town walls, it is a fascinating place to walk around. It is a tranquil fishing town that is a delight to visit.

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Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Time

Newcastle Upon Tyne is the home of the Geordies located in the North of England. Located along the banks of the River Tyne, Newcastle is a metropolitan city with so much going on.

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Belfast

Belfast

Belfast is a fascinating city on the port of Northern Ireland. It is most well-known for its ship building and the Titanic which was famously honoured by the film made in the 90s.

As the second largest city in the island of Ireland, it hosts a wide variety of unforgettable tourist attractions such a grand buildings, museums and cathedrals along with its well kept gardens and parks.

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Cardiff

Cardiff

Cardiff is a city filled with myths and legends. As the capital city of Wales, it is always at the centre of everything that goes on in the country.

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Newcastle

Newcastle

A relatively small town situated in County Down in the north of Ireland. It is seen as a high quality seaside attraction that is full of interesting activities.

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Leitrim

Leitrim

A town defined by its water, Leitrim has incredible sights spread across its landscapes and it is set in devine tranquility.

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Dartmoor

Dartmoor

Dartmoor is a stunning plateau of granite that provides a haven for wildlife in England. Located in the Southwest of England, this incredible national park is a great place to visit and explore for its sites and wildlife.

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Bristol

Bristol

Bristol is a remarkable city that is the home of the famous production of Wallace and Gromit. Located on the river Avon, it is a stunning bridged city that is in the Southwest of England.

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York

York

Known as Yorkshire’s official capital, York is an incredible medieval city that is surrounded by stunning walls preserved from medieval times.

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Cork

Cork

Situated on the west coast of Ireland, Cork is one of the most beautiful and largest counties in Ireland. In 2005, it was selected as the European capital of culture and this isn’t without reason.

It is the home of the legend that is Michael Collins along with world-famous footballer Roy Keane; this is a city that inspires.

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Dingle

Dingle

Dingle or the Dingle Peninsula is a grand place to visit and explore the stunning sites of a beautiful Irish coastal town. The Peninsula is covered in fine sandy beaches, astounding cliffs and picturesque walks.

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Galway

Galway

Galway is a charismatic and young town, buzzing with life in the day and night time. This spectacular place is famed in Ireland for its music and festivity along with its beautiful walks along its seafront.

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Ashford

Ashford

Ashford is a tremendous, modern town situated in the County of Kent, in the South East of England.

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Exeter

Exeter

Seen as one of the oldest cities in Britain, Exeter is a naturally beautiful town that has a lot of historical significance.

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Breacon Beacons

Breacon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is a testament to the stunning landscapes that Wales have to offer.

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Leeds

Leeds

Known as Yorkshire’s unofficial capital, that is thriving with culture, sport and breath-taking landscapes and architecture.

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Chester

Chester

A beautiful city known for its historical setting and intrigueing architectural, this is a great place to visit to take in some of Englands finest history.

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Clare

Clare

Clare is a perfect place to visit for any active tourist looking for an adventure. It is full of activities for any type of adventurer such as hiking, mountain biking, horse-riding, watersports, golf and fishing.

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Waterford

Waterford

A peaceful town located on the South Coast of Ireland that is full of possibilities. Waterford has some incredible walks and sights that are a testiment to Ireland’s beauty.

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Bath

Bath

Bath is a world heritage city, that has been well preserved and holds great historical significance.

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Margate

Margate

Margate is a charming and vibrant town on the coast of Wales. A town with beautiful beaches and clear water bays, it is top spot to visit during the summer months.

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Llandudno

Llandudno

A seaside resort located just off the Irish sea in the North of Wales. This beautiful location is the perfect place to spend the day and enjoy the splendour of the Welsh coast.

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