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Experience a wonderful scenic journey travelling along the Danube and dip in and out of the fascinating history and culture of some of the most beautiful cities in the heart of Europe. From the pretty city of Passau on the Austrian border to the Hungarian capital of Budapest, cruise in comfort and style aboard the MS Serenity. Gaze at the flawless beauty of the Wachau Valley, lose yourself in the waltzes and whirls of Vienna, explore beautiful Budapest the ‘Pearl of the Danube’.
In 2018 Edinburgh once again hosts one of the world’s most spectacularentertainment events as The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo draws together ahost of creative talent from four continents. 2018 sees Scotland’s colourfulmilitary musical spectacular celebrate its 68th season. Every year theprogramme includes music of the massed pipes and drums of the Scottishregiments together with the music of the massed bands from around theworld. Add to this the setting of the castle, the delicate play of light, togetherwith the excited murmur and applause of 9,000 spectators at eachperformance and you have the recipe for an evening once seen neverforgotten.
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A journey of discovery around some of Scotland’s most magnificent castles, stately homes and gardens - many of which feature as must-see visits on Scotland’s famous Castle Trail. Aberdeenshire is known as 'Scotland's Castle Country' boasting some of the finest castles in the country with more per acre here than anywhere else in the UK. Experience a wonderful cross section of the most famous and dramatic venues.
England's second largest county is an outstanding area of ever-changing landscapes, picturesque countryside plus exciting and scenic destinations. Experience lazy waterways, one of Europe's most iconic and magnificent Cathedrals, a beautiful 17th century Manor House garden and England's grandest Elizabethan House.
Galway Bay, immortalised in song, has a wealth of unchanging beauty with its mountains, castles and stone walls, banks of turf, long sandy beaches, clear lakes, rippling streams and flowing rivers. Vibrant Galway City has been a popular holiday destination for many years, while County Galway offers the breathtaking scenery of Connemara.
A true taste of East Anglia spanning across the three counties beginning withthe royally acquainted St George’s Distillery in Norfolk, ever-popular strawberryjam flavour at Tiptree Visitor Centre in Essex and the old-fashioned charm ofLavenham in Suffolk.
Rutland is England’s smallest and arguably prettiest county, which certainlylives up to its motto, Multum in Parvo (much in little); Thisrural escape is theperfect place to spend time enjoying the great outdoors. Rutland Water offersa multitude of leisure pursuits while Rutland’s many attractive villages arehome to picture postcard cottages and traditional country pubs.
Set between two rugged headlands with miles of golden beach, Paingtonnestles snugly between its two neighbours - Torquay and Brixham. Its colourfulimage is enhanced by a marine gardens promenade, pier and harbour whichare brought to life at nightfall by seafront illuminations. Paignton boasts goodshopping facilities, a theatre, together with a host of seaside attractions. Itsbeaches are without doubt the best in the bay.
Yorkshire is a frequent visitor to our homes through the many popular TVprogrammes that are filmed on location here. On this tour we visit the FlowerShow in Harrogate considered to be the premier horticultural show inYorkshire, promising the perfect day out for all garden lovers.
Renowned for its seven miles of family-friendly golden beaches, beautiful parksand gardens and cosmopolitan ambience, Bournemouth blends thecontemporary with the traditional like nowhere else to ensure that you are trulyspoilt for choice, whatever your holiday preferences.