Ormina Tours‘ newly released UK brochure features six new City Breaks and Regional Discoveries, designed to “encapsulate the growing demand for fully tailored, high-end travel throughout the UK”, the Australian company has announced. What is more, a further six are set to be rolled out over the coming months.
Destinations include Oxford, Stonehenge & Bath, London and The Costwolds in England as well as Wales,
Scotland and Dublin in Ireland.
Each itinerary has been curated enabling travellers to seamlessly move from one journey to the next in a comprehensive and bespoke mix of the UK’s best sites. Programs are fully flexible and can be taken on any date that suits. Ormina gives clients the ability to travel how they like with options of private or group sightseeing and the choice of private transfers or self-drive.
For a cohesive itinerary of Scotland, travellers can look to Ormina Tours’ new Regional Discovery, delivering the best of the rugged, wild and beautiful country over 12 days. With a scenic exploration of its glittering lochs and deep glens, a panoramic ride on the famous Jacobite steam train, best known for featuring in Harry Potter, and a guided tour of Skye’s Dunvegan Castle, this journey is not to be missed.
Ormina Tours has also delved into the often-overlooked Wales, with the new Regional Discovery taking travellers across the breathtaking mountains and coastlines, and through stunning national parks, with guided tours of Cardiff and Tenby, boat excursions to Caldey and Skomer islands, and a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed landscape of Blaenavon.
Exploration of the UK’s natural beauty and quaint villages continues through to The Cotswolds, from South Warwickshire and Worcestershire, through West Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, home to some of the most unspoilt, historic and famous towns and villages in England. Stay in a charming five-star property in the idyllic Cotswolds village of Broadway that commands magnificent views of the surrounding countryside, including East House or Russell’s of Broadway.
Lead image – The Cotswolds, England