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Britain Beyond the Ordinary

8N/9D Off-Beat Itinerary to Great Britain: Sightseeing, Food and Unique Experiences

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This 8-night/9-day itinerary takes you on a journey through some of the best attractions, off-beat activities, and food experiences that Great Britain has to offer. From exploring the historic city of Bath to indulging in traditional Scottish cuisine in Edinburgh, this itinerary offers something for everyone. Enjoy a mix of popular attractions and hidden gems, as well as the chance to try some unique and delicious local food.


Great Britain is a country full of diverse locations, each with its unique culture, history, and landscapes. From the bustling streets of London to the picturesque countryside of the Cotswolds, there is something for everyone.

London, the capital city of England, is a vibrant and bustling metropolis that offers a mix of modern and historic attractions. From the iconic Big Ben to the London Eye, visitors can explore the city’s popular landmarks, museums, and neighborhoods. Covent Garden is a must-visit for foodies, with its variety of traditional pubs and restaurants.

Bath, a historic city in southwest England, is famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman Baths. Visitors can take a walk around the city center and marvel at the stunning architecture of the Royal Crescent and the Circus. Sally Lunn and Bath buns are delicious local specialties that visitors can indulge in.

The Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty in central England, is known for its picturesque towns and villages, rolling hills, and charming countryside. Visitors can explore Bourton-on-the-Water, known for its low-lying bridges, and Stow-on-the-Wold, a historic market town. A cream tea in a local tea room is a must-do in the Cotswolds.

Manchester, a vibrant city in northwest England, is famous for its music, sports, and culture. The National Football Museum and the Northern Quarter are popular attractions, and the Curry Mile is a foodie’s paradise.

Liverpool, a historic port city in northwest England, is famous for its maritime heritage and the Beatles. Visitors can explore the Beatles Story museum, visit the Albert Dock, and enjoy delicious Chinese food in Chinatown.

Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, offers a mix of rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural heritage. Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile are popular attractions, and traditional Scottish cuisine, such as haggis, neeps, and tatties, is a must-try.

Whether you’re looking for popular tourist attractions or off-beat experiences, Great Britain has something to offer. With its diverse locations, unique culture, and delicious food, Great Britain is a destination that visitors won’t soon forget.

Your Itinerary
  • Upon arrival in London, check-in at your hotel and take some time to settle in. In the afternoon, embark on a fascinating walking tour of the city, exploring iconic attractions like the Tower of London, the Big Ben, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace. In the evening, immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Covent Garden, a vibrant neighborhood in the West End, where you can savor traditional English cuisine at a local pub.
  • Begin your day with a visit to the renowned British Museum, housing captivating collections from around the world. Afterward, venture to Camden Market, known for its eclectic mix of vintage clothing, crafts, and delectable street food. As the evening approaches, treat yourself to a memorable theater show in London's famous West End district.
  • Catch a train to Bath, a stunning city in southwest England famous for its Roman Baths and exquisite Georgian architecture. Spend the day exploring the well-preserved Roman Baths, discovering the ancient bathing rituals. Take a leisurely stroll through the city center, admiring the splendid Georgian buildings, such as the Royal Crescent and the Circus. Indulge in local culinary delights like Bath buns and Sally Lunn buns, offering a taste of the region's gastronomic heritage.
  • Embark on a delightful day trip to the Cotswolds, a picturesque region renowned for its idyllic countryside and charming towns. Visit the enchanting village of Bourton-on-the-Water, famous for its quaint cottages and low-lying bridges. Treat yourself to a traditional cream tea in a local tea room. Later, head to Stow-on-the-Wold, a historic market town boasting a medieval church and a charming market square.
  • Travel by train to Manchester, a vibrant city celebrated for its music, sports, and cultural scene. Begin your exploration by visiting the National Football Museum, a must-see attraction for football enthusiasts. Immerse yourself in the bohemian atmosphere of the Northern Quarter, known for its street art, independent shops, and cozy cafes. In the evening, head to the famous Curry Mile and savor the mouthwatering flavors of South Asian cuisine.
  • Hop on a train to Liverpool, a city with a rich maritime heritage, iconic music history, and vibrant culture. Start your day with a visit to the Beatles Story, a captivating museum that chronicles the journey of the legendary band. Explore the UNESCO-listed Albert Dock, home to various museums, galleries, and waterfront restaurants. As the day draws to a close, head to Chinatown and relish the diverse flavors of delicious Chinese cuisine.
  • Take a train to Edinburgh, the majestic capital city of Scotland. Delve into its captivating history, splendid architecture, and cultural heritage. Begin with a visit to the imposing Edinburgh Castle, perched high above the city and offering panoramic views. Walk along the famous Royal Mile, stretching from the castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Indulge in traditional Scottish dishes like haggis, neeps, and tatties.
  • Explore the National Museum of Scotland, a treasure trove of Scottish history, culture, and natural wonders. For breathtaking views, hike up Arthur's Seat, an extinct volcano providing stunning vistas of the city and surrounding landscapes.
  • Bid farewell to Edinburgh as you depart for your base city, taking with you cherished memories of your off-beat adventure in Great Britain.
Major Highlights
  • 01Culinary Delights
  • 02Cultural Immersion
  • 03Scenic Views
  • 04Historic Wonders

  • 01London Icons
  • 02Bath Charm
  • 03Cotswolds Beauty
  • 04Historical Edinburgh

  • 01Best in class Hotels
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Other Information
  • Accommodation for 8 nights inclusive of Breakfast
  • Transportation between cities (train)
  • Walking tours in London and Edinburgh
  • Entrance fees to the British Museum, Roman Baths, National Football Museum, Beatles Story
  • Edinburgh Castle, National Museum of Scotland
  • Cream tea and traditional English and Scottish cuisine experiences
  • Flights to and from Great Britain
  • Visa Fee (if applicable)
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals and drinks (except for the specified experiences)
  • Activities unless mentioned in the Itinerary
  • Note: Prices may vary depending on the time of year and availability.

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Scotland, UK

Britain Beyond the Ordinary

8N/9D Off-Beat Itinerary to Great Britain: Sightseeing, Food and Unique Experiences

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