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LO MÁS DESTACADO DE HOY: Visita incluida a un Bunker en Eperlecques. Ferry para cruzar el canal de la Mancha hacia el Reino Unido. Salida hacia el norte de Francia. En EPERLECQUES hacemos una visita al enorme BUNKER (entrada incluida) enclavado en un bosque, donde se lanzaron los misiles V1 y V2 (los primeros cohetes espaciales) hacia el Reino Unido. Luego tomamos un moderno ferry que cruza el Canal de la Mancha. Continuamos hacia LONDRES, llegando allí a última hora de la tarde.

Saldremos de Londres hacia el norte de Inglaterra. Nos detendremos en CAMBRIDGE para admirar sus hermosos colegios residenciales. Después de la hora del almuerzo, continuaremos hacia YORK donde su catedral, sus murallas romanas y sus animadas calles comerciales crearán un recuerdo encantador. Tiempo para un paseo. Después, continuaremos hacia el norte. DURHAM. Llegada a esta pequeña y encantadora ciudad medieval llena de vida que cuenta con una maravillosa catedral justo delante de su castillo.

Viajaremos hacia Escocia. Nos detendremos en ALNWICK, una pintoresca ciudad con preciosos jardines y un gran castillo medieval donde se rodó la película de Harry Potter. Posteriormente continuaremos hacia EDINBURGO, donde llegaremos al mediodía. Esta es la capital de Escocia y una de las ciudades más activas del norte de Europa. Su centro monumental ha sido declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Su castillo domina la ciudad, sus calles empinadas y sus parques. Visita turística con guía local incluida.

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On the first day, our guides will be waiting for you at the airport and will transfer you to your hotel. Once there, the day will be completely free, although our guides will be happy to offer information about where to go, what to visit and how to get around the city.

On the second day, after breakfast at the hotel in Paris, we will visit Versailles, where we will enjoy the palace and the beautiful gardens, where the Sun King, symbol of French absolutism, lived. Then we will take a guided tour of Paris, visiting all the places of interest, from the Arc de Triomphe to the Eiffel Tower, passing by the Seine and the Louvre Museum, among many other places of great tourist importance. In the evening we will visit the bohemian district of Montmartre, after which we will return to the hotel.

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be left free time to continue discovering the magnificent capital of France on your own, although, as always, our guides will be happy to recommend some visits or excursions to make. Optionally, and at a price not included in the tour package, you can visit the Louvre Museum, as well as the Latin Quarter with its impressive cathedral, and take a stroll along the Seine River, with the option of boarding a boat.


Breakfast. Departure to the north of France. In Eperlecques we visit (entrance included) the huge Bunker in the middle of a forest, from this point the V1 and V2 missiles were launched to the UK, the first rockets in space research. Later we take one of the modern ferries that cross the English Channel. We continue to London, arriving in the late afternoon. Overnight.

Breakfast and travel to Scotland. We stop in Alnwick, a picturesque town with beautiful gardens and its great medieval castle where the Harry Potter movie was partly filmed. We continue on to Edinburgh, arriving at noon. We are in the capital of Scotland and one of the most active cities in northern Europe; the monumental center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; the castle dominates the city, its steep streets, its parks. Panoramic visit with local guide included. Overnight.

Breakfast. Today we have an exciting scenic stage through the north of Scotland (the Scottish Highlands). Time for a walk and a coffee in Pitlochry, a charming village. Pass through the city of Inverness in the north of Scotland, located very close to the mysterious Loch Ness. After lunch we include the entrance to the medieval castle of Urquhart from where we will embark later for a boat ride on the dark waters of the lake. We pass Fort Augustus with its lock system and Fort William, a tourist town at the foot of Benn Nevis, the highest peak in the UK. We return south through high plateaus where it is not difficult to contemplate the snow and then contouring Loch Lomond. Glasgow, arrival at the end of the day for a short walk through the center and accommodation.

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