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The best of wales

A land of myths & folklore

The Welsh speak a language steeped in folklore that is a living link with King Arthur and their Celtic ancestors. Wales is a land of mythical traditions, ancient landscapes from snow-capped peaks and wild coastline to picturesque villages and the vibrant capital, Cardiff – voted Britain’s most sociable city.

“A nation without language is a nation without heart” (“Cenedl heb galon yw cenedl heb iaith”) (Welsh proverb)

The best of England

A Royal Destination

English masterpieces fit for royalty abound in this land of diversity, abundant with royal history, rich in literature and culture, natural beauty and modern infrastructure, which makes it an exciting incentive destination. It is a land of mysterious sites, ancient castles, glimmering coastline, tranquil lakes, green dales, tumbling meadows, rolling hills, quaint village’s famous landmarks and cosmopolitan cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and of course there is London, the iconic capital city which offers pubs and Michelin-starred restaurants, luxury hotels, conference venues, diverse mode of transportation, sporting and cultural events. In fact, it offers the ‘world in one city’.

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”
(Samuel Johnson)

The best of Scotland

A Highlands Adventure

Scotland has many treasures in its compact territory, it is a land of unspoiled landscapes with majestic highlands, and mountain wildernesses interspersed with glacial valleys and lakes. From the Scottish capital of Edinburgh with its famed castle to the fashionable metropolis’ of Glasgow, Scottish cities offer an array of historic and modern delights and of course there is the whisky and the bagpipes and the unrivalled golf courses.

“The birth-place of Valour, the country of Worth;
Wherever I wander, wherever I rove,
The hills of the Highlands for ever I love”
(Robert Burns)

The best of Ireland

A natural adventure

Ireland has a colourful history and breath-taking scenery. From the Ancient East carpeted by lush landscapes and idyllic towns, framed by the River Shannon and the Irish Sea, to The Wild Atlantic Way in the west with its famed Cliffs of Moher, buzzing cities, hidden beaches, epic bays and the lively capital city of Dublin in the North – the Irish spirit simply captivates.
And lest we forget a pint of Guinness and an Irish Riverdance.

“I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best”
(Oscar Wilde)

The best of Northern Ireland

A land of leprechauns and thrones

A land of fantastical landscapes, Giant Causeway coastal route, glacial valleys, majestic Celtic folklore and enduring legend. Each of Northern Ireland’s cities has its own distinct character. There’s Derry-Londonderry, one of the best preserved walled cities in Europe; gracious Armagh with its strong links to St Patrick and Northern Ireland’s first city, Belfast, the birthplace of legendary ocean liner Titanic.
and of course, there are the Leprechauns and the many epic Game of Thrones® filming locations.

“May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face. And rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again, May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.”
(Irish blessing)