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London & Edinburgh Twin Center

Edinburgh & London, UK

Includes all air & accommodation

The Offer

What's included

  • Roundtrip air
  • 4 nights' accommodation in Edinburgh at either Adagio Edinburgh Royal Mile or Mercure Edinburgh Haymarket, in a Double or Twin Room
  • Return internal flights in the UK
  • 2 nights' accommodation in London at either Hampton by Hilton London Docklands or Doubletree Hilton London Chelsea, in a Double or Twin Room
  • Carry on luggage on all air (max 22lbs/ 10kg)

Optional extras

  • Add or swap London for 3 nights in another European city, including Venice, Rome, Paris, Prague or Barcelona from just $199 per person
  • Add daily breakfast from $10 per person, per day
  • Add 2 nights in the Scottish Highlands with 2 days' car hire from $199 per person
  • Upgrade to a train between London & Edinburgh from $129 per person
  • Add a hop-on-hop-off River Thames cruise in London from $29 per person
  • Add a panoramic tour of Edinburgh from $29 per person
  • Add checked baggage from $149 per bag, return (max 44lbs/ 20kg)*

Single supplement

  • Single supplement available from $599

Please note

  • Prices based on 2 adults sharing
  • Offer above is subject to availability
  • *Checked luggage offer is only on transatlantic flights. Checked luggage on internal flights may incur an extra charge. Please speak to your travel agent at the time of booking. 
  • Please note that all holiday quotes are subject to availability and price change and some additional charges may apply


Reviews

  • Aparthotel Adagio Royal Mile - Great location and great hotel

    This hotel is in the perfect location as it is on the Royal Mile. You can easily walk to Holyrood Palace or Edinburgh Castle. New Town is an easy walk as well. The hotel is very clean and the apartments have all you need.

  • Mercure Edinburgh Haymarket - Nice hotel

    Great clean tidy hotel about ten minutes away from the city center and castle. Great friendly staff. Room was clean well decorated with a comfy bed. Good shower. Hairdryer, iron, sofa, dressing table, tea coffee, safe, and tv.

  • Hampton by Hilton London Docklands - Fresh & friendly

    Conference and exhibition week for me, 3 nights here. Staff really attentive, service speedy ... cleanliness throughout. Short walking distance to Excel and a taxi to get you there if it's tooo hot! Tried 'short' and full menu...both hit the spot.

  • Doubletree Hilton London Chelsea - Modern, efficient and clean hotel in an ideal spot

    Modern, efficient and clean hotel and an ideal spot to stay in this area. We stayed for just one night as we were going to a jazz club nearby, friendly welcoming staff on reception desk. Clean room. An excellent breakfast. If we are visiting the area again we will definitely stay here.

Local Map, Average Temperature & Information

17ºC / 62ºF

London & Edinburgh Twin Center

London

A multi-coloured myriad of sights, culture and great storytelling stretching over 2,000 years, this is the great British metropolis of London. In this iconic capital, history hides around every corner and as you explore the city, you’re bound to find your very own version of what London is. First-time visitors should start their day alighting from Westminster Underground Station. Upon exiting, you’ll find yourself right in front the Houses of Parliament and its instantly recognisable clock, Big Ben. Walk out on the adjacent Westminster Bridge for a perfect view of the entire building as well as the mighty River Thames that flows underneath. Head back past Big Ben again, for a visit to the majestic Westminster Cathedral, before making your way to Buckingham Palace. After checking to see if the Queen is home, you can stroll slowly up The Mall to Trafalgar Square where Lord Nelson has stood faithfully on his column for the last 200 years. The London Underground network reaches out into the furthest nooks of the city and so far we have only really scratched the surface. Head to Whitechapel in East London for a classic Jack the Ripper tour, walk in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes from his apartment in Baker Street, experience the Beefeaters at the Tower of London or see the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral. You can also choose to cross the Thames to see the gigantic Shard, the museum of Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. The British capital has a constant offering of activities or things to do and see, and navigating the Underground network, double-decker busses or black cabs will serve up a city of plenty.

Edinburgh

A city of old gothic and modern chic, of great literature, bagpipes and a buzzing art scene, Edinburgh is the beautiful frontispiece of Scottish culture and identity. Situated on and around rugged hills and volcanic rock, the capital of Scotland offers scenic views of old castles and Georgian buildings and daring modern architecture, set against the sheer beauty of nature’s own canvas.

Start your exploration of the city from the commanding Edinburgh Castle. The road leading up to the castle is known as the Royal Mile, as its cobbled surface stretches all the way down to the royal Holyrood Palace. The mile is packed full of tartan-clad pipers and shops from where you can buy distinct Scottish souvenirs such as whisky or your very own kilt. From The Royal Mile you are within close reach of a number of Edinburgh’s famous sites. You can either choose to continue further down to the modernist building of the Scottish Parliament and the foot of Arthur’s Seat, or instead head towards the New Town, immediately north of the Old Town.  Shop along Princes Street and Rose Street, go for a stroll in the Princes Street Gardens; spend some time in the National Gallery or climb the majestic Walter Scott Monument, which is the tallest tribute to an author in the world. If you are more interested in the many stories that lie beneath the surface of the city, then sign up for one of the many guided tours, where you can either explore the literary or historical background of the city, or even venture into the darker sides of the city through a tour of the Edinburgh Dungeons. 

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