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Destination: Great Britain

Have you considered a tour of the British Isles? ACFEA has been operating concert tours of the UK to clients from North America and elsewhere since its foundation in 1955! Scotland, Wales, any region of England or the Channel Islands - we have plenty of options available to suit all budgets. Contact us today to discuss your ideas!

 

Edinburgh sunset imageEdinburgh - Edinburgh is one of the world's most attractive capitals. The dramatic grandeur of its setting, its wealth of noble architecture and a long and stirring history combine to make an appropriate introduction to the romance of Scotland Edinburgh is one of the world's most attractive capitals. The dramatic grandeur of its setting, its wealth of noble architecture and a long and stirring history combine to make an appropriate introduction to the romance of Scotland

mont orgueil castleJersey- At 9 miles by 5 miles, Jersey is the biggest of the Channel Islands and it feels much bigger than it actually is, with its myriad country lanes and long, rugged, windswept coastline. While the buzzing capital of St Helier is its heart, the rest of the island has plenty of appeal, from the superb south and west coast beaches to the castles and WWII fortifications along the north and east coasts. Add to that a world-class zoo, several poignant museums, a laid-back atmosphere and excellent food and it's easy to see how Jersey draws visitors to its sun-drenched shores.

Welsh coastline Northern Wales - The large resort of Llandudno enjoys a setting on a spit of land between two sandy beaches. From the West Shore, there are panoramas of Conwy Bay and the more distant Snowdonia National Park

Clifton suspension bridgeWest Country – The cities of Bristol & Bath are some of the most scenic in the country. World Heritage site Bath, famous for its Hot Springs, Roman Baths and stately Georgian architecture is just 15miles southeast of Bristol, home of the famous muralist Banksy.

Lincoln CathedralCentral England – Visit Central England to see areas of outstanding natural beauty, the home of William Shakespeare, and England’s second city, Birmingham. Central England is a place steeped in art, history, and culture. See one of Britain’s architectural jewels, Lincoln Cathedral, or visit the hometown of William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon. You can also see the inspirations for one of his most beloved plays, the battlefields and tomb of Richard III in Leicestershire.

Published: 26 August 2020