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Experience the magic at the "Harry Potter" film studios, learn about the past on a visit to Oxford, check out the famous castles and rugged coastline of England, eat freshly made haggis in Edinburgh
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For centuries, London and Edinburgh were the cities of kings. These days, though, the royalty carry wands instead of scepters and swords. If you and your kids loved reading about Harry Potter, you’re going to flat-out love living it. Beginning with four days spent exploring the monuments and sights of bustling London, we’ll deliver you to Platform 9 ¾ and whisk you off to Alnwick – home of the castle that served as the original Hogwarts – for genuine broom-riding training, before turning you loose on Edinburgh, one of Europe’s top cities for culture. (NOTE: No Dark wizards, please.)
This trip is designed for parents and children to enjoy together. You will be travelling as part of a group of families with other children. The itinerary has been designed with the needs of the whole family in mind. We have given this trip a minimum age for this trip to allow you to be sure that you have the right trip for you and your family. Minimum age of 4 years for this trip. Please see the activities for any specific minimum age requirements.
Arrive at any time. Opt for a group dinner with fellow travellers in central London.
Take a day to sight-see around London. Enjoy an orientation walk across the city with your CEO, including a ride on a double-decker bus.
Heading out into the countryside from London, we visit the famous studios where the "Harry Potter" films were made.
Day trip out of the capital to visit Oxford. Includes an introduction to Oxford past and present, through the dreaming spires and narrow lanes of the city. Kids will get to know the city better by hearing children's stories from the city.
Travel to King's Cross and check out Platform 9 ¾ and board the train to Alnmouth. Free afternoon on the Northumberland Coast followed by a simple, traditional fish-and-chip supper on the beach.
Morning Alnwick Castle visit, where we can enjoy broomstick training at the actual location of Hogwarts from the first two Harry Potter films. Free afternoon to explore the countryside. Train to Edinburgh, home for the next two nights.
Enjoy a half-day city tour to learn about the history and culture of the area. Free afternoon to wander the streets and maybe take in the view across the city from Edinburgh's famous castle. In the evening, visit a traditional Scottish pub for a dinner of local delicacies – experience the distinctive flavour of locally made haggis, and maybe try a little dram of aged scotch whisky.
Depart at any time.