Tour British castles and walk where The Beatles lived

Tour British castles and walk where The Beatles lived

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If you fancy a six-night escorted vacation across Great Britain. CIE Tours International is now accepting bookings for their 2011 Olde England & Heritage Tour.

And if you book by October 31st, this year, and pay for the tour up front, their “Book Early and Save” policy will save you 10 percent on all your on the over-land charges.  But you need to book and pay twelve months in advance.

Alternatively, you can book eight to nine months in advance and get 5 percent off, or ten to eleven months early and save 7 percent on the tour charges. (This does not save money off your flight costs.)

The Olde England & Heritage Tour will have you visiting Castle Howard (used for the TV series Brideshead Revisited) and Stirling Castle (used in the movie, Braveheart). Then, you will go see Beatrix Potter’s delightful Lake District, and the rolling hillsides of Bronte Country.

Your last stop in Great Britain will be in Liverpool, the English city where the Beatles walked and lived.

From April 16th to October 15th, 2011, there will be weekly departures and the price will be $1368 for land only or $1988 including the airfare from New York. You will receive six nights of first-class hotels, full breakfasts, a Scottish Cabaret dinner in Edinburgh and, in York, an English tavern dinner.

This includes visits to Gretna Green, Bronte Parsonage, York Minster, Stirling Castle and Castle Howard.

You will be provided with a professional tour director, and a luxury motor coach will be supplied, along with get-together drinks to welcome you to the British tour.

For really keen history lovers, there is an eight night-tour available for an extra $350 charge. The tour end in London with admission to Sulgrave Manor and the infamous Tower of London. A cruise of the River Thames will also would be provided.

Authored by: Cheri Youmans

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