It becomes easy to forget all that the United Kingdom has to offer. Rolling hills, attractive period buildings, Abbeys and Cathedrals and the rugged coastlines. Whether you join us to experience the heavenly charms of the Scottish Highlands, the historic sights of the Isle of Man or the magical charm of a mystery tour. Join SwanTours and see what the UK has to offer.
Home to the iconic Durham Cathedral and Castle World Heritage Site, Durham celebrates its past and the people who played their part weaving a rich tapestry of heritage that’s waiting to be discovered. Set within surrounding countryside of moors, hills, valleys and meandering rivers that have since been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Once a kingdom in its own right, Snowdonia features a landscape like no other in England and Wales. Wild and rugged mountains range from Candair Idris (Giant Idris’s Chair) in the south to Eryri (Abode of Eagles) in the north. An area of scenic natural beauty, lofty peaks, verdant valleys and cascading waterfalls, surrounded by fertile flatlands and a gorgeous coast, it’s a great escape from summer crowds.
Sit back, relax and enjoy this leisurely holiday and really get a feeling for Ireland. Let the history of Kilkenny, Dunbrody and Waterford really soak in and give you a real insight into what’s made these cities so beautiful. Meander through these cities as swiftly or as leisurely as you please. Let the blanket of warmth that Ireland emits really tuck you in each night and awaken each morning to beauty, elegance and luxury.
Scotland is bustling with charm and structural landmarks, both new and old. Experience beauty by both land and loch as we venture through the Trossachs of Scotland to board the world’s oldest steamship, soak in the Forth Bridge Cruise and become awe-inspired by the Inveraray Castle.
Imagine having two Christmas seasons in one year, sounds perfect right? Join us on an adventure to peaceful Cornwall and have a Christmas holiday, before Christmas. This year, indulge in two Christmas Eves, Christmas Days, Boxing Days and New Years Eves.