Journey Through Britain
Aug. 13-26, 2022
From Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Phoenix - $6,071 with airfare
Other airports are available.
Land only price: $4,895 (tour without airfare)
Solo travelers, $1,495 additional
Business Class upgrade on Trans-Atlantic flight only: $3,595 per person additional
*As of 5/19/2022 there is an additional $100 fuel surcharge on this tour. This surcharge is not included in the pricing on the brochure.
Land Tour with Odysseys Unlimited
England, Scotland, Wales.
Join other OSU alumni and friends on an exclusive 14-day small-group journey through captivating Great Britain to discover the many charms of England, Scotland and Wales. One of this tour’s highlights is a performance of the famed Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which only occurs in August.
The explorations begin in stately Edinburgh, and include Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. Traveling on to England’s beautiful Lake District, spend two nights on Lake Windermere’s shores. Visit William Wordsworth’s grammar school and enjoy a boat ride on the idyllic lake. With the next two nights in North Wales, touring includes historic Bodnant Garden, Conwy Castle and a scenic train ride through Snowdonia National Park. Returning to England, discover Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon. Experience the postcard-perfect Cotswolds region and spend two nights in storied Bath. After stops at enigmatic Stonehenge and Windsor Castle, encounter London’s celebrated landmarks during a two-night stay. Those who wish can prolong their time in London with an optional 3-day/2-night post-tour extension.
Space is limited to 24 guests, and we expect this tour to fill quickly. Your deposit is fully refundable up until 95 days before departure. Book risk-free today!
- Edinburgh touring, including Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood House, and Royal Mile
- Shakespeare’s birthplace at Stratford-upon-Avon
- Bath touring: Roman Baths, Assembly Room, Circus, Bath Abbey
- Wales’ Bodnant Garden and unspoiled Snowdonia National Park
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