Some travel tips and suggestions are few locations for your journey:
Airlines Ryanair and EasyJet flights are usually cheap, but be careful to pay more fees and restricting the carrying of luggage.Try to reserve as soon as possible to get the best fares.
StudentUniverse website access and to learn comparing lastminute flights and find cheap flights.
Visit the Thomas Cook web site for buying tickets and book hotels.
The plane is not the only means. In Britain, trains and buses, convenient and cheaper, can reserve tickets or buy tickets at the station. National Rail, Virgin Trains, thetrainline and is put and the website operators redspottedhanky train tickets online.
As to Ireland, you can cruise and ferry, ferry tickets on the page Irishferrie or directferries.
Accommodation in hotels or hostels
Check price and booking page on Hostelworld.com, Hostels.com or should reserve for sure on the CouchSurfing and check points around.
If short and not yet fluent in the area, you can purchase the tour. There are a number of places cannot be reached by car myself, it’s best to take the tour. Travel Site Evan Evans offers day trips to places like Stonehenge, Oxford, Cotswolds and. ..
-Take the bus Hop-on, hop-off in the city as well as a great experience.
-Many other city walking tour.
-The ghost Tour is the tour to visit a place at night is quite interesting. Not only are these ghost stories that you know all about the history of the city and the stories from the ancient oral tradition.
-Meet new friends and local beer tastings at the Pub Crawl, especially in Ireland and the uk.
-Find out the map and location hotel you stay and distance to other attractions.
-Understanding transportation: walk, subway, taxi, bus or airport shuttle.
-Check the weather forecast
The points should go to
If you do not want to show in London, possibly to other famous cities in England, only a 2 hour cruise-See the map offers jewelry and jewels at the Tower of London.
-go on the London Eye, the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe.
-Boat trip on the River Thames.
-See the Rosetta Stone at the British Museum.
-Visit the shop in Camden market.
-Walk in Hyde Park.
-Have the Memorial Day/Beatles
-Visit to his childhood home of John Lennon and Paul McCartney
-To the Albert Dock to discover the Beatles Museum.
-Spend the evening at the Cavern Club, where there’s live music every night.
-Take a walk around the city and admire the architecture.
Ireland-Stop at Edinburgh Castle and Calton Hill in Edinburgh.
-Walking on the Royal Mile, one of the most famous streets in the world.
-For whisky lovers, go and learn Scotch Whisky is made like.
-Climb to the top ranks of 246 to Wallace Memorial at the Stirling.
-Visit Stirling Castle.
-Don’t forget to try the dish of haggis.
-Enjoy a few cups of beer at the Guinness Storehouse in the tour program.
-Learn about the production of whisky at the Jameson Distillery.
-Take a free walking tour through the city.
-Discover the sacred grounds of the Church of Christ Church and St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
-Visit the University of Trinity College, the school of the precursors such as Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett.
-Free tour City Hall.
-Made the trip up the Hill Cave to Belfast.
-See where the Titanic was built in Belfast’s Titanic, largest museum.
-Shopping in the Victoria Square and stop at the deck to take in.
Bus Tour-hop-off hop-on will give you the knowledge about the history and you can admire the many parts of the city.
-If you have extra time, head to the giant Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge to enjoy the natural beauty of Ireland