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The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is steeped in history and boasts two millennia of heritage. City Sightseeing has a variety of tours to choose from whether you’re looking to explore the coastline discover a vibrant city or delve into the rich history of a small medieval town.


London is England’s capital and is a fantastic cosmopolitan metropolis where old contrasts spectacularly with the new. The city offers some of the world's most famous sights, an unrivalled nightlife and the famous West End theatre district. 2012 is a key year for London, and England as a whole, as the country is the proud host of the pinnacle of sporting events that is the Olympic Games.


Visit Cardiff, Wales’ capital, which is home to the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle, The National Museum of Wales and the beautiful tranquil Alexandra Gardens. The Cardiff sightseeing tour also provides you with the chance to peruse the city’s prestigious Victorian & Edwardian Arcades which houses a mix of designer boutiques, cafes and art and craft shops.


Edinburgh's International Arts Festival draws talent from around the world. The Scottish capital boasts the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, the Scott Monument and Arthur's Seat, one of the seven hills of Edinburgh which commands over the city skyline and offers many different walks.


In 2012, Belfast commemorates the centenary of the Titanic's completion, departure and demise and celebrates the city’s ship-building history. The city is compact and intimate, with a rich legacy of Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian architecture which includes Belfast City Hall, The Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Belfast Castle.

 

Take a tour of William Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon with its delightful shops and top-quality restaurants and pubs which line the medieval streets and the scenic River Avon. See where the famous playwright grew up and explore five sixteenth-century houses which played significant parts in Shakespeare’s life.


The medieval cathedral city of York reveals a rich history of a bygone age, from its exquisite architecture to the picturesque cobblestones; York will capture hearts of all ages. Don’t miss York Minster – the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.
Bath is home to some of the finest architectural sights and fascinating things to do in Europe; such as the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and the Circus alongside one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England – The Roman Baths. For over two thousand years, bathing in Bath’s mineral rich waters has attracted visitors from far and wide.


With 30 City Sightseeing tours in the UK there is something for everyone. Choose the most informative, entertaining and fun way to discover the United Kingdom, from the top deck of a City Sightseeing open top bus.

The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is steeped in history and boasts two millennia of heritage. City Sightseeing has a variety of tours to choose from whether you’re looking to explore the coastline discover a vibrant city or delve into the rich history of a small medieval town.


London is England’s capital and is a fantastic cosmopolitan metropolis where old contrasts spectacularly with the new. The city offers some of the world's most famous sights, an unrivalled nightlife and the famous West End theatre district. 2012 is a key year for London, and England as a whole, as the country is the proud host of the pinnacle of sporting events that is the Olympic Games.


Visit Cardiff, Wales’ capital, which is home to the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle, The National Museum of Wales and the beautiful tranquil Alexandra Gardens. The Cardiff sightseeing tour also provides you with the chance to peruse the city’s prestigious Victorian & Edwardian Arcades which houses a mix of designer boutiques, cafes and art and craft shops.


Edinburgh's International Arts Festival draws talent from around the world. The Scottish capital boasts the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, the Scott Monument and Arthur's Seat, one of the seven hills of Edinburgh which commands over the city skyline and offers many different walks.
In 2012, Belfast commemorates the centenary of the Titanic's completion, departure and demise and celebrates the city’s ship-building history. The city is compact and intimate, with a rich legacy of Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian architecture which includes Belfast City Hall, The Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Belfast Castle.

Take a tour of William Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon with its delightful shops and top-quality restaurants and pubs which line the medieval streets and the scenic River Avon. See where the famous playwright grew up and explore five sixteenth-century houses which played significant parts in Shakespeare’s life.


The medieval cathedral city of York reveals a rich history of a bygone age, from its exquisite architecture to the picturesque cobblestones; York will capture hearts of all ages. Don’t miss York Minster – the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.
Bath is home to some of the finest architectural sights and fascinating things to do in Europe; such as the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and the Circus alongside one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England – The Roman Baths. For over two thousand years, bathing in Bath’s mineral rich waters has attracted visitors from far and wide.


With 30 City Sightseeing tours in the UK there is something for everyone. Choose the most informative, entertaining and fun way to discover the United Kingdom, from the top deck of a City Sightseeing open top bus.

 






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