Multi-country british isles

Multi-Country Vacations

You may have been to England, but not Scotland and Ireland. Perhaps, you are new to all of the British Isles. Or, you may have seen them all, but it was ages ago. Whether you wish to visit 2, 3, 4, or 5 countries, Across the Pond Vacations can accommodate. We will tailor an amazing independent tour perfectly suited just for you to England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, or any combination of these spectacular lands.

Known for its incredible history dating back 1,000 years, England is often recognized for its medieval castles, exciting cities, tranquil countryside, football, museums, and charming villages. Whereas Scotland is the home of single malt whiskies, fiercely people tied to historic ancestral clans, heather clad mountains and kilted bagpipers. Wales is known for its pastoral scenes of sheep-dotted hills, over 600 castles and castle ruins, and a country so proud of its heritage, Welsh is its first spoken language. Thinking of Ireland, it’s almost impossible not to think of the color green. Friendly and hospitable people, take-your-breath-away scenery, a pint of Guinness and a dram of whiskey, amazing food, and fascinating history from centuries old to recent times… these are all ideas that come to mind when thinking of both Ireland and Northern Ireland.

While these countries may appear a bit smaller on a map, what they offer the visitor expands far beyond what can be imagined and cannot be contained. So, take your time visiting each beautiful land, learning its history, embracing its culture and history, and having the time of your life!

Where would you like to go?

Couple enjoying champaign on London Rooftop

England & Scotland A Royal Adventure

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Cardiff Castle in Wales

Grand Tour of the British Isles

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Scotland & Ireland a Luxurious Retreat

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A bit about Multi-country travel

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Our Destination Experts truly listen to what you want to experience, incorporate their expertise and tailor the ideal tour just for you.

Personalized service - you’ll always speak to a representative that is personally familiar with you and your journey. And, we provide 24/7 support during your travels… we’ve got you covered.

Excellence… we never aspire to anything less.

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When is the best time to visit The british Isles?

Anytime. While the busier seasons are typically May through September, all of the countries that make up the British Isles are fantastic no matter when you travel. These are island countries, which means the weather can really vary, even in a day. It will rain, we can almost guarantee, whenever you go. But everything goes on as normal… just with an umbrella. For more information about the weather, visit our Helpful Information page.

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Tell me about the currency

The currency in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland is the pound sterling, abbreviated as GBP and its symbol is £. One pound is made up of one hundred pence. In the Republic of Ireland, the currency is the euro and its simply is €. One euro is equal to one hundred cents. For more information about exchange rates, visit our Helpful Information page.

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Language and People

All five of the lands that makes up the British Isles speak English. However, you will find in some areas, a different tongue is spoken (and we’re not just talking about some of the amazing accents!) For example, in Wales, you’ll find everything written in Welsh first, English second. In some parts of Scotland, Scots Gaelic may be spoken before English, and in Ireland, you will find some areas in which Irish Gaelic is written and spoken first. But you won’t have any trouble if you speak English. Both the British and Irish are friendly and hospitable. We know you’ll have a grand time.

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