Your tour starts at the King William IV in London and you'll make a beeline for the incredible Stonehenge before visiting the city of Bath. Wander around the quaint and historical city centre and even opt for a trip to the Roman baths before crossing over the border into Wales.
Take in the sights of the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park and explore the stunning landscapes, canal paths, castles and waterfalls and caves. Next, make your way to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace. You can even visit the house where he grew up! You'll end the day in Liverpool to get a taste of the city's buzzing nightlife - it's worth the hangover the next day.
You have the morning free to explore the cultural city of Liverpool. Take a trip to the fascinating The Beatles Story museum to see how four boys were propelled to fame and wander around the city's Albert Dock. Don't miss out on a trip to the Merseyside Maritime museum before heading over to the Lake District late afternoon.
Explore the stunning Lake District in the morning. It's filled with breathtaking lakes, towering mountains and picturesque valleys so have your cameras at the ready! En route to Edinburgh, make a stop off at Hadrian's Wall, a World Heritage site that boasts incredible archaeology, spectacular landscapes, rare wildlife and vibrant cities. Get exploring! And top off today? A night out on the town in Edinburgh! On Day 5, walk off those hangovers in this exciting Scottish city. Pay a visit to the beautiful Edinburgh Castle, see where the story of Harry Potter began at the Elephant House (J.K. Rowling started writing here!), and walk the bustling Royal Mile, filled with cafes, restaurants, and shops. If you have time, squeeze in some time for a trip to the Edinburgh Zoo and, if you still have energy, head out to experience Edinburgh's nightlife - you know it's good!
Head back into England towards York, calling at Newcastle and Whitby en route - there's plenty to see! Visit Alnwick Castle (where many of the Hogwarts scenes in Harry Potter were filmed!), get your heart pumping on a walk up the steps to Whitby Abbey (inspiration for the Dracula books), and sample some delicious fish and chips in Whitby. Finish the day off by testing out York's nightlife!
On your final day you have the morning to discover everything York has to offer. Wander around the stunning York Minster cathedral, the fascinating Yorkshire museum, and the infamous Yorkshire racecourses. Fit in some shopping time on the cobbled street of The Shambles then it's off to pay a visit to the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, one of the world's most famous woods, not to mention home to the legendary outlaw Robin Hood. It's then back to London where this UK adventure ends.