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Tour Details

 Durations : 7 Night / 8 Days
Scotland offers more than ever before for both mind and body, whether your client just wants to relax or if a more active holiday is required. CIE Tours International is delighted to be your source for all of your individual client's accommodation and motoring requirements. With desks in the arrivals halls of Glasgow Airport, you can be assured of a convenient point of contact for your customer.
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Glasgow City Tour
Arrive in Glasgow Airport where your Local Guide or representative will greet you.
Complimentary group transfers Depart Glasgow Airport at 8:00 am, 10:00 am or 12:00 noon. Passengers arriving later will transfer to the hotel at their own expense. Your hotel is centrally located within easy reach of major attractions and the shops of Buchanan Street. At 2:30 pm take a coach tour to see the main attractions of Glasgow including red sandstone Victorian buildings, delightful parks, Glasgow Cathedral and the River Clyde, once famous for shipbuilding. Visit extensive collections in Kelvin grove Art Gallery and Museum, originally opened in 1901 and recently refurbished. Chat With your Local Guide and fellow travelers over a welcome drink before dinner. (D)

Day 2:
Loch Lomond Cruise Inveraray Castle
Depart Glasgow and drive north along the banks of Loch Lomond with views of Ben Lomond and other Highland peaks. At Tar bet embark on a short cruise to appreciate the beauty and peacefulness of this famous loch and admire panoramic views. Then travel across the mountain pass of “Rest and Be Thankful” to visit Inveraray Castle. this imposing Campbell family home with four conical spires was built between 1746 and 1789. A guided tour will reveal the history of the family and region as you view the magnify cent Armory Hall and many fine rooms with tapestries, porcelains and portraits. Browse around the nearby town, planned by the Campbell family. Then journey across mysterious Rannoch Moor and through Glen Coe, a spectacular glen made famous by the Campbell’s’ massacre of the Clan Macdonald in 1692 and continue to Ballachulish on the coast. (B, D)

Day 3:
Isle of Skye Clan Donald Centre
This morning head north via Fort William and take the “Road to the Isles” through some of Scotland’s loveliest scenery, stopping for photos at the Glenfi nnan Monument. At Mallaig cross by ferry to the Isle of Skye, sometimes called the Misty Isle. Visit the Clan Donald Centre to discover the history of the Clan Donald, Lords of the Isles and the most powerful clan of the Isle of Skye. Drive through part of the island and return to the mainland by bridge, stopping for photos at the picturesque Eilean Donan Castle. Then drive along the beautiful shores of Loch Ness, famous for its monster before continuing to your hotel. Enjoy a special cabaret with Scottish Music and dance. (B, D)

Day 4:
Culloden Battlefield Distillery
Drive to Culloden Moor to tour the Visitor Centre.Walk around the battlefield where, on 16th April 1746, British Government forces defeated the army of Prince Charles Edward Stuart in just one hour and ended hopes of restoring the Jacobite Stuarts to the British throne. Continue into Spey side to tour the Spey side Cooperage and and also Glen Fiddich Distillery to view Whisky making and sample “a wee dram”. Continue to your 19th Century Mansion Hotel in Blair’s. (B, D)

Day 5:
Royal Deeside afternoon Tea
Drive along “Royal Deeside” , an area that came into favour with Queen Victoria during the 19th century. Pass the Royal Family’s Balmoral Castle and visit the Lovely Crathie Church Near the village of Banchory stop at the Falls of Feugh, a charming tea shop, which is popular with local people. Sample afternoon tea with delicious freshly baked scones and enjoy a talk on bagpipes, fishing or other aspects of Highland life. Continue to Blairs to your elegant 19th century mansion in time for dinner. (B, D)

Day 6:
Glamis Castle St. Andrews
Travel south through the lush countryside of Aberdeen shire to visit Glamis Castle, the legendary setting of “Macbeth” and childhood home of the late Queen Mother. Drive across the modern Tay Bridge to St. Andrews, the “Home of Golf.” See the famous Royal and Ancient Clubhouse and the Old Course and enjoy free time to visit the British Golf Museum or browse through the medieval town with its cathedral and castle. Drive south into Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital. In the evening take a tour of Edinburgh’s hidden gems before sitting down to some wholesome Italian food at a waterside restaurant. (B, D)

Day 7:
Edinburgh Castle City Tour
This morning explore Edinburgh on a sightseeing tour. Compare and contrast the wide streets and elegant mansions of the Georgian 200-year-old “New Town” with the narrow lanes and medieval townhouses along the Royal Mile, the oldest part of the city. See Princes Street, the main shopping thorough fare that separates the two areas. Learn about many prominent Scottish inventors, doctors and writers. Finish your tour at the imposing Edinburgh Castle where you can see historic buildings and enjoy splendid views of Edinburgh. The balance of the day is free for independent exploring, shopping and dining. On July 29 to August 19 departures enjoy the Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle. (B)

Day 8:
Depart Edinburgh Airport or Extend your Stay
If you are on an 8-day tour, your Holiday ends with a group transfer to arrive at Edinburgh Airport by 6:30 am or 9:00 am. This will allow you plenty of time for check-in procedures and duty-free shopping before boarding the aircraft for your return flight.(B)

 
 Package Price
Rs. 70,799/- *
USD 1,325.45/- *
EUR 1,006.40/- *
GBP 818.632/- *
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 Package Inclusion
  • Breakfast and Dinners.
  • Sightseeing.
  • Hotel Accommodation.
  • Airport Transfers.
  • Group transfers on arrival and departure
  • Sightseeing by luxury coach throughout
  • Services of a professional driver/Guide
  • Superior first class hotels with private bath/shower for 7 nights
  • Full Scottish breakfast daily (B) except Day 1
  • 6 dinners (D) including:

A) Dinner at Prezzo Italian Restaurant in Leith, near Edinburgh
B) Scottish Highland Cabaret
C) 4 table d’ hote dinners

  • Welcome get-together drink
  • Sightseeing tours of Glasgow and Edinburgh
  • Scenic cruise of Loch Lomond
  • Ferry to the Isle of Skye
  • Whisky tasting and tour at Glen Fiddich Distillery
  • Scottish afternoon tea and scone Sat Falls of Feugh
  • Twilight tour of Edinburgh
  • Reserved seats for Edinburgh Military Tattoo on July 29 to August 19 departures
  • Visits and admissions to Kelvin grove Art Gallery Museum, Inveraray Castle, Clan Donald Centre, Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, Spy side Cooperage, Cathie Church, Glam is Castle, St. Andrews and Edinburgh Castle
 
 Exclusion
  • Airfare and Taxes
  • Medical Insurance Items of Personal Nature
  • Visa Fees and service Charges
  • Any other service or meal which is not mentioned in above inclusions
 
 Terms and Conditions

DEPOSIT PAYMENTS
A non-refundable land deposit of Euro 175 per person is required for coach tours, u105 per person for self drive and city holidays and u140 for river cruises. Deposits are required within 5 days of making the reservation.

FINAL PAYMENTS
Full payment must be made no later than 70 days prior to departure date for coach tours and self-drives; 95 days prior for river cruises. CIE Tours accepts payment by major credit cards or Electronic Bank Transfer. If payment is not received as scheduled, your reservation will automatically cancel and deposit payment become forfeit.

DOCUMENTATION
Tours booked between may incur a late fee of Euro 35 per reservation if they require physical documentation welcome pack/flight bag etc. Alternatively, we can provide electronic documents free of charge for all bookings.

LAND REVISION FEE
Any revision to land arrangements made after the original booking has been processed will incur a Euro 35 handling fee per booking. We cannot accept revisions within 14 days of departure or once we have issued documents.

PARTICIPANT CANCELLATIONS
All cancellations must be advised in writing (by mail, fax or e-mail) to CIE Tours prior to tour departure during normal business hours (9:00 am to 5:00 pm GMT/BST, Mondays through Fridays). Cancellations received within 70 days of departure date are subject to the following penalties on the land portion: Between: 70 days or longer forfeiture of deposit.

  • 69- 46 days 25 Percent per person
  • 45- 8 days 35 Percent per person
  • 7- 1 days 50 Percent per person
  • On day of departure 100 Percent per person
  • Minimum cancellation fees are 35 Percent per person.

CRUISE CANCELLATIONS
Penalties per person apply:

  • 95 days or longer forfeiture of deposit.
  • 94-60 days 35 Percent of total price.
  • 59-30 days 50 Percent of total price.
  • 29-1 days 80 Percent of total price.
  • Departure day or later 100 Percent of total price.

TRAVEL PROTECTION PLAN
Unfortunately we are unable to offer travel insurance policies to persons traveling on our coach tours, but we do require all passengers to have the appropriate best travel insurance policy. Please ask your local insurance provider/ bank.

TOUR MEMBERSHIP
To promote an enriching travel experience, CIE Tours reserves the right to reject any client whose conduct is incompatible with the interest of the tour group.

TRAVELERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Passengers necessitating unique attention must advise CIE Tours at time of booking. Passengers who require particular assistance must travel with a qualified travel companion as CIE Tours drivers and guides cannot provide individualized help. As our coaches are not equipped with wheelchair ramps, all tour members must be able to mount 3 or 4 steps into coach. CIE Tours is not responsible for denial of services by any of our suppliers.

COACH TRANSPORTATION
Coach tours are usually operated by 48 seat motor coaches. When passenger numbers are low, a smaller coach may be used.

TOUR DIRECTOR
The entire land portion of all motorcoach tours is conducted by a professional driver/guide and/or tour director as indicated for each tour. When numbers on a coach tour fall below 25 persons the operator reserves the right to substitute our tour director with a qualified driver/guide.

ACCOMMODATION
Land arrangements are provided as described in each tour program. CIE Tours reserves the right to substitute hotels for accommodations in similar categories. Accommodation in BBs (farmhouses, town and country homes) is clean, comfortable and includes private bathrooms. Accommodation is subject to availability.

MEALS
Meals are provided as specified in each tour program. Dinners in hotels are on a table d’hôte basis.

VISITS, ENTERTAINMENT AND OTHER FEATURES CIE
Tours reserves the right to substitute visits, entertainment and other features when establishments are closed or cannot be visited for reasons beyond our control.

CRUISE ITINERARIES
Deviations to the planned cruise itineraries and hotels are possible if conditions render them advisable or necessary. All cruise routes are subject to change without notice. In the rare event of water level problems on the River Danube, it may be necessary to operate part of the itinerary by motorcoach.

CIE TOURS CANCELLATIONS
If it becomes necessary to cancel a coach tour prior to departure, CIE Tours will offer the next available date at no additional land cost or will make a full refund of all monies paid to CIE Tours. CIE Tours cannot accept responsibility for any additional costs or fees relating to such a tour booking or for any cancellation penalties due to non-refundable airfares.

LUGGAGE
Handling of one piece of luggage per person is included in the cost of all coach tours. Only one suitcase per person is permitted and size should not exceed 30 x 20 x 10 inches. Luggage is carried at owner’s risk throughout the tour unless insured. Hand baggage and small articles such as coats, umbrellas or cameras are entirely in the care of the passengers. Trunk space in self-drive cars is limited so pack lightly, preferably using soft-sided suitcases.

TIPS
Tips for personal services and to tour directors and drivers are not included in tour cost and left to your discretion.

CHILDREN
Children under 8 are not permitted to travel on coach tours. Children 8 or over are charged the full adult rate (less u70 discount) and must travel with an adult.

SMOKING POLICY
Smoking is not allowed on the motorcoach but frequent stops are made throughout the day.

NOT INCLUDED
All items of a personal nature (room service, beverages, telephone charges, laundry, special food requests, etc.) and meals not specified on the tour itinerary are not included and must be paid by the passenger.

UNUSED TOUR ARRANGEMENTS CIE
Tours cannot make refunds or exchanges for unused accommodations, services or features of any tour unless agreed upon prior to departure.
ROE 1 Euro = 70 INR.

 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
EURESIA means EUROPE is the world’s seven continents known for ever. Comprising the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally 'divided' from Asia to its east by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas. Europe is bordered by the Arctic Ocean and other bodies of water to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Black Sea and connected waterways to the southeast. Europe is the world's second-smallest continent by surface area, covering about 10,180,000 square kilometers (3,930,000 sq mi) or 2% of the Earth's surface and about 6.8% of its land area. Of Europe's approximately 50 states, Russia is the largest by both area and population (although the country has territory in both Europe and Asia), while the Vatican City is the smallest. Europe is the third-most populous continent after Asia and Africa, with a population of 733 million or about 11% of the world's population. Europe is the birthplace of Western culture.

Sometimes, the word 'Europe' is used in a geopolitical limiting way to refer only to the European Union or, even more exclusively, a culturally defined core. On the other hand, the Council of Europe has 47 member countries, and only 27 member states are in the EU. In addition, people living in insular areas such as Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the North Atlantic and Mediterranean islands and also in Scandinavia may routinely refer to "continental" or "mainland" Europe simply as Europe or "the Continent".

RELIGION:
Religion in Europe has been a major influence on European art, culture, philosophy and law. The largest religion in Europe is Christianity as practiced by Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Protestant Churches. Following these is Islam concentrated mainly in the south east (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Kazakhstan, North Cyprus, Turkey and Azerbaijan), and Tibetan Buddhism, found in Kalmykia. Other religions including Judaism and Hinduism are minority religions. Europe is a relatively secular continent and has an increasing number and proportion of irreligious, agnostic and atheistic people, actually the largest in the Western world, with a particularly high number of self-described non-religious people in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Sweden, Germany (East), and France.
For Europeans, religion just isn't as important as it once was. Even for those who do consider themselves religious, they often aren't Christian. And, for those who are still Christian, they often disagree with many traditional and orthodox doctrines. This has lead to all sorts of internal and international problems because no other region has experienced this level of secularization.

The secularization of Europe, according to some political analysts, is one of the forces pushing it apart from the United States, where religion plays a potent role in politics and society, shaping many Americans' views of the world.

CULTURE:
The culture of Europe can be described as a series of overlapping cultures; cultural mixes exist across the continent. There are cultural innovations and movements, sometimes at odds with each other. Thus the question of "common culture" or "common values" is complex.
The foundation of European culture was laid by the Greeks, strengthened by the Romans, stabilized by Christianity, reformed by the 15th-century Renaissance and Reformation, modernized by the 18th century Age of Enlightenment and globalised by successive European empires between the 16th and 20th centuries.
The culture of Europe might better be described as a series of overlapping cultures. Whether it is a question of North as opposed to South; West as opposed to East; Orthodoxism as opposed to Protestantism as opposed to Catholicism; many have claimed to identify cultural fault lines across the continent. There are many cultural innovations and movements, often at odds with each other, such as Christian proselytism or Humanism. Thus the question of "common culture" or "common values" is far more complex than it seems to be.
The foundation of European culture was laid by the Greeks, strengthened by the Romans, stabilized by Christianity, reformed and modernized by the fifteenth-century Renaissance and Reformation and globalize by successive European empires between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries. Thus the European Culture developed into a very complex phenomenon of wider range of philosophy, Christian and secular humanism, rational way of life and logical thinking developed through a long age of change and formation with the experiments of enlightenment, naturalism, romanticism, science, democracy, and socialism. Because of its global connection, the European culture grew with an all-inclusive urge to adopt, adapt and ultimately influence other trends of culture. As a matter of fact, therefore, from the middle of the nineteenth century with the expansion of European education and the spread of Christianity, European culture and way of life, to a great extent, turned to be "global culture,"

CLIMATE:
The climate is milder in comparison to other areas of the same latitude around the globe due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. The Gulf Stream is nicknamed "Europe's central heating", because it makes Europe's climate warmer and wetter than it would otherwise be. The Gulf Stream not only carries warm water to Europe's coast but also warms up the prevailing westerly winds that blow across the continent from the Atlantic Ocean.
Therefore the average temperature throughout the year of Naples is 16 °C (60.8 °F), while it is only 12 °C (53.6 °F) in New York City, which is almost on the same latitude. Berlin, Germany; Calgary, Canada; and Irkutsk, in the Asian part of Russia, lie on around the same latitude; January temperatures in Berlin average around 8 °C (15 °F) higher than those in Calgary, and they are almost 22 °C (40 °F) higher than average temperatures in Irkutsk.
The climate of Europe is of a temperate, continental nature, with a maritime climate prevailing on the western coasts and a mediterranean climate in the south. The climate is strongly conditioned by the Gulf Stream, which warms the western region to levels unattainable at similar latitudes on other continents. Western Europe is oceanic, while Eastern Europe is continental and dry. Four seasons occur in Western Europe, while southern Europe experiences a wet season and a dry season. Southern Europe is hot and dry during the summer months. The heaviest precipitation occurs downwind of water bodies due to the prevailing westerlies, with higher amounts also seen in the Alps. Tornadoes occur within Europe, but tend to be weak. The Netherlands and United Kingdom experience a disproportionately high number of tornadic events.

LANGUAGE:
European languages mostly fall within three Indo-European language groups: the Romance languages, derived from the Latin of the Roman Empire; the Germanic languages, whose ancestor language came from southern Scandinavia; and the Slavic languages
Romance languages are spoken primarily in southwestern Europe as well as in Romania and Moldova, in Central or Eastern Europe. Germanic languages are spoken in northwestern Europe and some parts of Central Europe. Slavic languages are spoken in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe.
In the European Union, language policy is the responsibility of member states and EU does not have a common language policy; European Union institutions play a supporting role in this field, based on the principle of "subsidiary", they promote a European dimension in the member states' language policies. The EU encourages all its citizens to be multilingual; specifically, it encourages them to be able to speak two languages in addition to their mother tongue
Though the EU has very limited influence in this area as the content of educational systems is the responsibility of individual member states, a number of EU funding programmes actively promote language learning and linguistic diversity.
FRENCH is an official language common to the three cities that are political centres of the Union: Brussels (Belgium), Strasbourg (France) and Luxembourg city (Luxembourg), while Catalan, Galician and Russian are the most widely used non-recognized languages in the EU.

CUISINE OF EUROPE:
European cuisine, or alternatively Western cuisine, is a generalized term collectively referring to the cuisines of Europe and other Western countries. European cuisine or Western cuisine includes that of Europe including (depending on the definition) that of Russia, as well as non-indigenous cuisines of North America, Australasian, Oceania, and Latin America, which derive substantial influence from European settlers in those regions. The term is used by East Asians to contrast with Asian styles of cooking. (This is analogous to Westerners referring collectively to the cuisines of East Asian countries as Asian cuisine.) When used by Westerners, the term may sometimes refer more specifically to cuisine in Europe or continental; in this context, a synonym is Continental cuisine, especially in British English. The cuisines of Western countries are diverse by themselves, although there are a common characteristic that distinguishes Western cooking from cuisines of Asian countries and others. Compared with traditional cooking of Asian countries, for example, meat is more prominent and substantial in serving-size. Steak in particular is a common dish across the West. Similarly to some Asian cuisines, Western cuisines also put substantial emphasis on sauces as condiments, seasonings, or accompaniments (in part due to the difficulty of seasonings penetrating the often larger pieces of meat used in Western cooking). Many dairy products are utilized in the cooking process, except in nouvelle cuisine. Wheat-flour bread has long been the most common sources of starch in this cuisine, along with pasta, dumplings and pastries, although the potato has become a major starch plant in the diet of Europeans and their diaspora since the European colonisation of the Americas. Maize is much less common in most European diets than it is in the Americas; however corn meal, or polenta, is a major part of the cuisine of Italy and the Balkans.

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
From the rolling greens of Scotland to the beautiful ancient ruins of Greece, there are a variety of interesting places to visit in Europe. Take a trip to Europe and your most difficult decision is going to be which places to visit during your vacation. Some of the major cities on this diverse continent include London, Paris, Venice, Rome, Madrid, and Frankfurt.
Since there are so many interesting places to visit in Europe, you may need a bit of help deciding where to go. The following are 10 of the best places to visit for a great time.
Top 9 interesting places to visit in EUROPE:

• Eiffel Tower
• Acropolis
• The Roman Coliseums
• Tower Bridge
• Edinburgh Castle
• Buckingham Palace
• Big Ben
• La Sagrada Familia
• Cathedral Notre – Dame

The destinations listed above cover big cities, out of the way islands, and small towns. Each region of the world offers different places of interest and types of recreation. By looking at the things to do in a country or city you can see if that spot offers romance, family fun, site seeing, or adventure. Drill down into the locations below to find out more about each place and see how the local customs create a unique atmosphere.

CONCLUSION:
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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 70,799/- *
USD 1,325.45/- *
EUR 1,006.40/- *
GBP 818.632/- *
Validity: Valid till July 29, 2012
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Hotel Details

Ardoe House Hotel
Address:
South Deeside Road Blairs, Aberdeen AB12 5YP, Scotland
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
The Baronial splendour of Ardoe House, hidden away amongst thirty acres of rolling Aberdeenshire countryside, bears a distinctively familiar grace. Inspired by the royal residence at Balmoral Castle, Ardoe House Hotel is a luxurious modern hotel, beautifully crafted from an imposing 19th century mansion house. With the focus on the roaring open fire of the grand fireplace, original features of rich wood panelling, opulent furniture impressive artwork combines to make this the ultimate indulgence. Enjoy refreshments home bakes to light lunches suppers.

How to reach:
Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) is 6.8 kms away.
Isles of Glencoe Hotel
Address:
Near Fort William, Ballachulish PH49 4HL, Scotland
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
Almost afloat, the Isles of Glencoe Hotel nestles on the lochside, and this friendly family hotel offers everything for which you dream on holiday; spacious loch and mountain view bedrooms and a relaxed convivial ambience.

How to reach:
Glasgow Airport is the nearest airport to hotel.
Menzies Hotel
Address:
27 Washington Street (formerly Milton Classic Hotel), Glasgow G3 8AZ, Scotland
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
Set in the heart of Glasgow The Menzies Glasgow Hotel is a modern stylish hotel built on the site of an old Rice Mill dating back to 1854 The Mill part of the building has been retained and houses 12 luxury apartments The hotel has been designed to offer tastefully created facilities including 129 Feng Shui bedrooms equipped with air conditioning and Quadriga entertainment systems.

How to reach:
Glasgow Airport (GLA) is 10.4 km away.
 
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