Harry Potter Tour of UK

London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Fort Augustus
May - October
City Life, Culture, Events, Family
11 Days


London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Fort Augustus

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Suggested Itinerary

DAY 10
DAY 11

Day 1 : London Arrival

Arrive at London airport and a private vehicle will transfer you to your hotel where you can check in.

One of the world’s most-visited cities, vibrant London is host to a bewildering array of world-class attractions, from storied museums and elegant cathedrals to opulent castles and UNESCO-listed landmarks. No wonder London is a magnet for explorers. Spend your time exploring London’s royal residences, swanky streets, and grand attractions.

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Accommodation in London

Day 2 : London

Today, enjoy a walking tour of London inspired by Harry Potter film sites.

Accompanied by your guide, a fellow muggle, set out to discover London most magical spots and explore the sites where the Harry Potter movies were filmed. Along the way, see the real-life locations that inspired fictional sets including the Leaky Cauldron pub, Diagon Alley, the Ministry of Magic, and Knocturn Alley. Visit sites such as the historic Clink prison, The Golden Hinde, and Westminster Station; walk across ‘The Wobbly Bridge’ (the Millennium Bridge); and admire the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral, one of London’s most iconic landmarks.

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Accommodation in London

Day 3 : London

Today, immerse yourself in a full-day behind-the-scenes experience at Warner Bros Studio- the Making of Harry Potter.

Enjoy round-trip transportation by luxury coach from London Victoria, and spend roughly four hours exploring the spellbinding film sets independently. See the Gothic grandeur of the Ministry of Magic, walk Diagon Alley, snap photos at iconic locations such as Platform 9 ¾ and the Hogwarts Express, and admire intricate costumes and props used in the movies.

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Accommodation in London

Day 4 : London - Oxford

After breakfast, transfer to London station to catch a train to Oxford. Once you arrive in Oxford, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

With attractive medieval streets, an assortment of beautiful buildings, and atmospheric old alehouses patronized by literary greats, Oxford is a joy to explore. It is also home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world.

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Accommodation in Oxford

Day 5 : Oxford

Today, enjoy a 2-hour walking tour exploring the Harry Potter movie locations including Bodleian Library.

Visit the famous Bodleian Library to see the hall used as Hogwarts’ Infirmary in many movies, and view other locations in one or two of Oxford’s oldest colleges. As you walk, hear trivia about the characters and movie productions, and enjoy an entertaining quiz, testing your knowledge of all things Potter. Also learn about Oxford University and other famous children’s books written in the city.

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Accommodation in Oxford

Day 6 : Oxford - Edinburgh

After breakfast, transfer to Oxford station to catch a train to Edinburgh. Once you arrive in Edinburgh, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

With its atmospheric medieval streets, elegant Georgian townhouses, and hilltop castle, Edinburgh is one of Europe’s prettiest cities. It’s also blessed with a fascinating history, rich arts and literary scene, and great nightlife.

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Accommodation in Edinburgh

Day 7 : Edinburgh

After breakfast, learn about J.K. Rowling and the origins of the Harry Potter books during a walking tour of Edinburgh.

See places that inspired Rowling such as the Balmoral Hotel and University of Edinburgh's Old College; locales that shaped the Dementors and Ministry of Magic; and cafes where Rowling liked to write. Your guide is a Harry Potter fan who shares fascinating details about the wizarding world in Edinburgh.

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Accommodation in Edinburgh

Day 8 : Edinburgh

Today, discover the Alnwick Castle, the Northumberland Coast & the Borders on a day tour.

Discover the rugged beauty and cultural splendor of the Scottish Borders on a day trip from Edinburgh. Aboard a Mercedes mini-coach, and stop in Kelso, a historic city that boasts the largest market square in Scotland. Stroll through the market, visit Kelso Abbey, and learn about the conflicts and English invasions that rattled the town for centuries.

Your trip continues to the stunning Alnwick Castle, a gem of the Northumberland region. View the castle’s breath-taking façade, famously portrayed as the setting of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter series.

Then hop back in the coach and soak up the beauty of Northumberland as you make a final stop at the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Accommodation in Edinburgh

Day 9 : Edinburgh - Fort Augustus

For the next two days, embark on a guided tour takes you from Edinburgh to the gateway of the Highlands at Fort William, and on a world-famous steam train ride that passes Loch Ness, Ben Nevis, and other natural wonders of Scotland.

On the first day, depart from Edinburgh and travel past the Forth Railway Bridge, then take a woodland walk in the Highlands at Dunkeld. Continue through the breath-taking Drumochter Pass, skirt the stunning peaks of the Cairngorm National Park, and visit Culloden, the last stand of the Jacobites against government forces

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Accommodation in Fort Augustus

Day 10 : Fort Augustus - Edinburgh

Today, Take a steam train journey back in time. The Jacobite steam train route has been rated as one of the world's great train journeys.

The 84-mile (135-km) round-trip route passes through Britain's highest mountain, deepest loch, shortest river, and westernmost train station. Cross the viaduct featured in the Harry Potter movies and pass the Glenfinnan Monument, where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard at the beginning of the 1745 Jacobite rising.

Have lunch in the west coast town of Mallaig, where you can taste the best of Scottish seafood. Head back to Edinburgh via Glen Coe. Visit Glen Coe, where the MacDonalds were betrayed, and then experience the beauty of Rannoch Moor and Stirlingshire en route.

Your tour concludes in Edinburgh. Transfer to the accommodation and check in.

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Accommodation in Edinburgh

Day 11 : Edinburgh Departure

After breakfast, a private vehicle will transfer you to Edinburgh airport where you can catch your flight back home.

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Starting from
115000 per person