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16 Days tour, visiting Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, France, Italy and Vatican
Book 10 weeks in advance and get £70 OFF per adult and child OR Two night pre/post stay in London (Airport transfer and tour transfer included)
Book 6 weeks in advance and get £30 OFF per adult and child
Heidelberg Castle photo stop
Black Forest drive through the scenic region
Cuckoo Clock demonstration & shop
Mt Jungfrau with entrance
Mt Titlis with entrance
Rhine Falls The largest plain waterfalls in Europe
Geneva City Tour view Flower Clock, UN Building, Jet dEau and more
Lucerne City Tour view the Lion Monument & Chapel Bridge
Interlaken Free time to explore & shop
Zurich City Tour
Swissminiatur with entrance
Liechtenstein & Austria
Vaduz photo stop
Innsbruck City Tour
Swarovski Crystal Museum with entrance
Venice Boat ride to St. Marks Square, Gondola Ride with entrance & Murano Glass Showroom
Rome City Tour with local guide, Colosseum photo stop, visit the Pantheon & Roman Forum
Florence City Tour with local guide, Statue of David at Piazza Michelangelo, Ponte Vecchio, view the Piazza Della Signoria, Basilica of Santa Croce (with entrance) and The Duomo
Pisa view the Leaning Tower (from outside) & The Duomo
Verona Free time to explore the city
Modena Ferrari Museum with entrance
Milan City Tour, Duomo di Milano, Scala Opera House, Victor Emmanuel Gallery
Capri Excursion to Mt. Solaro via Cable Car
Lake Como Free time to explore the town
St Peters Basilica & Square
Vatican Museum & Sistine Chapel with entrance
Eiffel Tower (Top Floor*) with entrance
Disneyland Paris with entrance
River Seine Boat Cruise with entrance
Versailles Gardens with entrance
French Perfumery included
Paris Orientation Tour
Louvre Museum entrance not included
Night Tour of Paris included in your price
*Subject to Availability - In the event of the Eiffel Tower restricitng access/closure the ticket price difference for the restricted floor will be reimbursed.
Return transportation by deluxe AC coach from your selected pick up point
Return channel crossing via Eurotunnel or Ferry
15 nights accommodation in a 3/4* hotel with breakfast
12 Indian dinners, 3 Continental dinners & 10 vegetarian lunches
Entrances and sightseeing as mentioned in Tour Highlights
All tips and service charges
Premium service of a Star Tours Tour Manager
You can now call us and select to have Brussels Airport (BRU) as a pick up at 10:00am from the Information Desk on Arrivals Level 2.
You can also select Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris (CDG) as a drop off. Drop off time will be approx 14:30.
1 night at ACHAT Comfort Hotel or similar
3 nights at H+ Hotel & Spa Engelberg or similar
1 night at Hotel Stay Inn or similar
1 night at NH Mantegna or similar
3 nights at Mercure Roma West or similar
1 night at Hotel Lago Verde or similar
1 night at Holiday Inn Milan Malpensa or similar
1 night at Best Western Hôtel Chavannes or similar
3 nights at Mercure Massy or similar
Excursion to Mt. Titlis & Mt Jungfrau included in your price
Entrance to Sistine Chapel included in your price
Enjoy a complimentary Italian ice cream in Italy
Night Tour of Paris included
Day excursion to Capri
Tips and service charge included
Zurich City Tour
Rome Night Tour
Lido Caberet Show
London - Calais - Germany
Depart towards Dover for your crossing to Calais. From Calais, settle into your comfortable seats and travel to Germany. During your journey, be entertained by your all time favourite movies and a variety of music while you travel to the hotel.
Heidelberg - Black Forest - Rhine Falls
Travel to Heidelberg; surrounded by mountains and forests. Here, have an opportunity to photograph the famous Heidelberg Castle perched on the hills above. Travel to the Black Forest region in South Germany. On arrival, enjoy a demonstration on how the cuckoo clocks are made and have an opportunity to purchase them along with other souvenirs. Later, travel to Switzerland and witness the largest plain waterfalls in Europe, the Rhine Falls.
Your seat numbers and Tour Manager may change on day 2
Mt. Jungfrau - Interlaken
Witness the stunning scenery of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the deepest U-shaped valley in the world with either sides rising a sheer 1000 meters. On arrival board a cogwheel train to the top of Mt. Jungfrau at 3454 meters above sea level. At the top, have free time to explore the Ice Palace to view life-sized ice sculptures, visit the Sphinx observation tower for spectacular views of the Aletsch glacier and surrounding peaks. After, continue to Interlaken; where you can enjoy a walk on the main street and admire breathtaking scenery.
Mt. Titlis - Lucerne
Ascend 10.000ft to the summit of Mt. Titlis. Take the world's first revolving cable car, the Titlis Rotair. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Swiss landscapes. At Mt. Titlis have free time to play in the snow and visit the ice caves or take a professional photo in traditional Swiss outfits. Depart for Lucerne to view the Lion Monument and one of the oldest wooden bridges in the world, The Chapel Bridge, enjoy free time to explore the town.
Switzerland - Vaduz - Swarovski - Innsbruck
Depart for Liechtenstein, one of the smallest countries in Europe. Stop, for a photo stop, in the capital city, Vaduz. Later proceed to Austria to see the famous Swarovski Crystal Museum, before driving to Innsbruck, offering a combination of culture, history and nature. On arrival, take an orientation tour, covering the symbol of the city, the Golden roof and the Triumphal Arch, before checking into your hotel. Swarovski Museum is closed due to renovation and will re-open on May 1, 2015. Departures that arrive before May 1 will visit the Swarovski flagship store in Innsbruck.
Innsbruck - Verona - Venice
Today depart for Verona. This remnant of the renaissance is known for its art and amazing architecture. Here follow the mythical Romeo and Juliet trail, which marks a series of fictional events and sites. Verona's houses, churches and piazzas combine to tell the fascinating story of this small, but hugely significant, northern Italian city. Later, depart for your overnight stay near Venice.
Venice - Rome
Depart for Venice; the most romantic city in Italy with its distinctive architecture and famous gondola rides. Begin with a boat ride to St Mark's Square, one of the most elegant squares in the world. See the famous Bridge of Sighs and the Basilica di San Marco. Visit the Murano Glass Showroom and purchase some beautiful Murano glass items. Finally enjoy a gondola ride while enjoying the ambience of Venice. In the afternoon depart for your hotel near Rome.
Rome - Vatican City
On arrival in Rome, be greeted by a local professional guide. The tour starts with a photo stop at the Colosseum which is surrounded by other sights such as Constantine arch. Visit the Time Elevator; a multi sensorial and dynamic cinema experience stimulating a travel into time, taking viewers through the History of Rome. View the Roman Forums, where ancient civilisation developed. Visit the Vatican City, home to the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church to see the St. Peter's Basilica. View Trevi Fountains, arguably the most beautiful fountains in all of Rome. (As coaches are restricted to enter many parts of Rome, much of the tour is done on foot).
Depart to Capri, one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. On arrival, board a speedboat for a short journey to Capri Port. Then board onto a mini bus for a scenic journey to Anacapri; here enjoy free time before taking a cable car to Mt Solaro. At Mt Solaro enjoy the free time for opportunity to take mesmerising photos. Later proceed back to Capri port for your return journey back to Rome.
Florence - Pisa
Depart for Florence. On arrival, be greeted by your local professional guide. The tour of this renaissance city starts by viewing the impressive architecture of some of the ? nest historic buildings in Italy, such as the Basilica of Santa Croce, the ? nal resting place of Michelangelo, statue of David, the famous Ponte Vecchio Bridge on the Arno River and The Piazelle Michelangelo, for the most outstanding views of Florence. Later depart for Pisa, on arrival, marvel at The Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square) which is dominated by four great religious structures: the Duomo, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Baptistery and the Camposanto. Here have some free time here to buy souvenirs for friends and family.
Pisa - Modena - Milan
Depart for Modena, the home of the supercar Ferrari. Here visit the world famous Ferrari Museum, and immerse yourself in the companies rich history and enjoy an opportunity to drive in the Ferrari Simulator. Later depart to Milan; renowned as one of the design and fashion capitals of the world. Here enjoy some free time to explore the main square, home to Milan Cathedral also known as Duomo Di Milano. View the Victor Emmanuel Gallery as well as the famous Scala Opera house.
Lake Como - Swissminiatur - Geneva
In the morning, depart for Lake Como, the deepest lake in Europe; here witness some of the most stunning scenery in Europe and notably the location of James Bond's "Casino Royale". Travel to Swissminiatur, an exciting miniature village where visitors can admire more than 120 models of the most important buildings, monuments and transportation means in Switzerland at a scale of 1:25. The parks are beautifully decorated with a selection of 1,500 different plants and over 15,000 flowers. Later Depart for Geneva, on arrival be taken for a short city tour covering photo stops at the United Nations Building, The Flower Clock and the symbol of Geneva, the Jet d'Eau (weather permitting), which is one of the largest fountains in the world.
Geneva - Paris
Depart for Paris (approximate drive time will be six hours). On arrival, take a scenic boat cruise along the River Seine. Entirely glass fitted with a terrace, these boats are flawlessy designed to discover and admire Paris's rich architecture such as the Eiffel Tower, Musee d'Orsay as well as other landmarks, palaces and ornate bridges.
City Tour with Versailles Gardens
The tour will start with a visit to the renowned Versailles Gardens, a fine example of 17th century French landscaping covering an area of more than 800 hectares. Use this free time to take mesmerising photos, souvenir shopping or simply relax on the Royal Lawns. Then visit the famous 'Louvre Museum' and have the opportunity to view the renowned painting of 'Mona Lisa' (entrance not included). Later, visit Fragonard's perfume museum to purchase some unique French fragrances, soaps, candles and more. During your orientation tour, cover many of the most famous monuments in Paris. Enjoy the famous illuminations of Paris during your night tour. This panoramic tour will cover the spectacular 'Eiffel Tower', the most impressive structure at night, the 'Champs Élysées', the beautiful 'Arc de Triomphe', 'Place de la Concorde' and many other historic buildings.
Disneyland® Resort Paris
Today depart for the world famous Disneyland® Resort Paris. Here enjoy a fun and adventurous day out; choose between Disneyland® Park; which explores five themed lands filled with Disney classic stories and fairytales or Walt Disney Studios® Park; the behind-the scenes destination sensation allowing you to experience movie and cinema sets coming to life.
Paris - Calais - London
Today depart for Paris, to embark on a journey to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower for stunning views of Paris. Followed by free time at the Avenue des Champs Élysées, the most prestigious avenue in Paris; with its cinemas, cafés, and luxury speciality shops (duration is time permitting). In the early afternoon, you can either complete your tour at Charles De Gaulle Airport for your return flight (ensure your flight is after 5pm) or continue with the coach to Calais for the channel crossing via high speed Eurotunnel or ferry, and bid farewell to the group before arriving at your drop off point
Note: On occasions, due to large events, traffic, logistics and availability of reservations, it may be necessary to change the above itinerary. However all aspects of the itinerary will be covered.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
2018 USD Dates & Prices
2 - 11 yrs
May - 07, 14
Jun - 11
Jul - 09, 23
Aug - 06, 20
Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room
Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults
Infants 0 - 23 months price is $605 for seat in coach only
Max occupancy per room is 3 person (excluding infants)
$300 reduction will apply for 2nd child without a bed
Single supplement will be an additional $810
Early Bird Offer
Book 10 weeks in advance and get
$100 OFF per adult and child OR One night Pre or Post stay in london
Book 6 weeks in advance and get
$45 OFF per adult and child
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Pick up and Drop off points & Times
Passengers should arrive at their pick up point no later than 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Your pick up point, address and time will be stated on your invoice. Passengers arriving late will need to make the necessary arrangements to meet the coach at the next suitable location.
Return journeys from the continent are scheduled to arrive at Dover or Folkestone between 19.00hrs and 20.00hrs approximately. We will then proceed to the original pick-up points in London (arrival time between 21.00hrs and 23.00hrs)
Outside London pick up points: Transportation may be arranged by a private car, minibus or an alternative coach for your journey to and from London. On rare occasions there may be up to an hour wait for a connecting transfer on the return. Passengers can expect to receive a call from Star to confirm details a day prior to their departure. Star Tours reserves the right to amend any pick-up time 12 hours prior to departure.
Weather in much of Western Europe tends to be the same as England and is very unpredictable. Regardless of the time of the year, it is advisable to carry an umbrella. Temperatures vary from place to place and it is a good idea to check online for average temperatures for the destination(s) being visited depending on the time of the year.
On a multi destination tour it is likely passengers will travel through various weather fronts; whilst in Switzerland during excursions to mountain tops passengers may experience temperatures between 0 °c and 2 °c whilst at the same time experience temperatures of over 25 °c whilst they are in Italy.
Passengers can be well prepared by ensuring they are carrying appropriate clothing, footwear and accessories. Passengers should also be aware that during the winter months most of the sightseeing will be in the dark as, in Europe, the day becomes dark very early during winter. Passengers should consult with Star Tours at the time of booking if they are unsure.
Star Tours operate a luggage handling service under which the driver will load and unload one piece of luggage per person from the coach (maximum 20kg). Passengers will have to carry their luggage to and from the coach to the hotel room.
In addition, you can also carry one piece of small hand luggage, which can fit under their seat or in the overhead compartment. It is advisable for one passenger to carry a small and bag or backpack between their group in which they can carry essentials like water, tissues, cameras etc.
Clothing & Accessories
During summer months, it is advisable to wear light garments and perhaps keep a light jacket or sweater handy. It is advisable to carry a light waterproof jacket or umbrella, as well as a hat or cap.
Passengers should also carry suitable footwear as per the itinerary of the tour e.g. comfortable trainers for a tour, which includes a lot of walking such as Rome or Florence or a visit to Disneyland ®, as well as suitable footwear/boots for tours that include excursions to mountaintops such as Mt. Titlis or Mt. Jungfrau.
For tours including excursions to mountaintops, it is advisable that passengers carry appropriate clothing warm waterproof jacket and extra layers of clothing.
Passengers should also carry travel adapters so they can charge their electronic items in their hotel room (as the sockets in Europe and elsewhere vary from those in the UK).
Passengers may also want to carry a small travel iron, hair dryer, kettle etc, as many hotel rooms will not have these facilities.
Your mobile phone may be able to receive calls whilst on holiday, you can check with your network operator to switch on the roaming feature of your mobile, there is usually an additional charge to receive incoming calls whilst aboard.
Please ensure you carry all medication you will need on tour as well as names and doses of medications you are taking or copies of prescriptions.
In most of Western Europe the currency you will require will be Euros. When travelling in Switzerland you will need Swiss Francs (CHF). Passengers should exchange any spending money for their holiday before they actually travel. Whilst on tour it is very inconvenient and not all places you will visit will have ATM machines or accept credit/debit cards.
We also advice our passengers to keep some change in coins on them whilst on tour as using toilets in many parts of Europe is not free
Children & Young Infants
Car seats are not provided on coaches but passengers should carry car seats with travelling infants for comfort and safety.
It is the passengers responsibility to make sure of necessary arrangements for any children in their group. Milk and baby food cannot be provided by the hotel or restaurants and passengers are advised to carry ready to drink milk whilst on tour. Dry food is allowed on the so please feel free to bring snacks for children.
Please also note that not all hotels provide a kettle so if hot water is required for warming milk etc in the hotel then it is advisable to carry a bottle warmer / kettle as well as a thermos flask.
Pushchairs can be kept in the baggage lockers of the coach, although size restrictions may apply. We recommend that you consider using a pushchair for younger children whilst visiting Disneyland as the days are quite long and there is a lot of walking.
We will accept light weight manual wheelchairs for travel, subject to them being capable of being stowed in the luggage hold of the coach. It is also essential that a family member is also on the tour to push their wheelchair. Star Tours will also request hotels for suitably equipped rooms; however, this is only on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed.
Professional tour managers & local guides accompany our tours throughout the itinerary, on rare occasions the Tour Manager may not meet passengers at their dedicated pick up point but at a later stage, the driver will be there to take care of any of the passengers needs.
Your tour manager will accompany you to the sights, and be there to answer any questions you may have, and provide advice and assistance. If you have, any concerns please feel free to ask your tour manager whilst on tour. The tour manager and Tour guides will conduct the tours in English.
Please ensure your tour manager has the mobile number that you are carrying with you on tour. The tour manager will provide passengers with their contact details for the duration of the tour on the first day. Please note that on the first day of your tour you may collect a list of details for the hotels you will be staying in, as reference. In case you are separated from the group and need to make your way back to the hotel.
All coaches are fitted with arm rests, TV, DVD/CD and toilet facilities. W.C. facilities on coaches have limited capacities and therefore we advice passengers to use them only on an emergency basis.
All coaches are either air conditioned or air cooling systems. Only food which is dry and cold can be taken onto the coach. Curries, chips and other hot food are not allowed to be consumed on the coach. In addition, chewing gum and ice cream is also not allowed on the coach. Examples of food people bring to snack on include crisps, biscuits, chevda, drinks etc.
Please remember our staff cannot take requests for any seats. Seat numbers will be given to you, on day one of your tour. Passengers with children in their group will not be seated near the front due to EU regulations. Please note that all seats on the coach are the same, and have the same level of comfort, do not be disappointed if your seats are near the back of the coach. Your holiday experience will not be ruined due to this.
Distances & Journeys
An important point to note whilst on a touring holiday is that some long journeys are unavoidable especially when travelling from city to city. It is usually the case that the first and last days are the longest. Star Tours recommend passengers wear comfortable clothing on these days, and bear in mind that a major part of these days will be spent on the coach. It is advisable passengers carry necessities that they may need for the day such as water, dry snacks, cameras etc. with them in their hand luggage.
Also on the first and last day passengers must carry their passports in their hand luggage as passports will be needed in immigration.
All hotels have a minimum, 3* category. Facilities will include en-suite bathroom, a TV and telephone. Some also include bars, restaurants and 24-hour reception. If you use services such as the phone or mini bar, or pay TV whilst in your room, you will have to pay the hotel directly when you check out; these services are not included in your tour cost.
Most of the hotels Star Tours use can only accommodate a maximum of three people in each room however if you are a family of four, i.e. two adults and two children, then your first child will be given an extra bed but the second child will be required to share the bed as no extra bed can be provided. The fourth bed is on request and is not guaranteed
Star Tours strongly recommends you purchase travel insurance. Passengers are advised not to carry unnecessary valuables and to be vigilant at all times as tourist spots such as the Eiffel Tower are well known targets for pick pockets. It is advisable to make copies of your visas and passports prior to travel.
Breakfast will be provided at the hotels. The breakfast is usually in a separate dining area of the hotel, and is usually an extended continental breakfast; it will include tea, coffee, breads, cereals, fruit
Passengers can choose from different diets, including vegetarian, Jain or non-vegetarian (where possible Halal) meals. Passengers should advice their tour manager of their preferred diet on the day one. The meals are pre-set and a choice of menu is not available.
On selected tours we usually provide Indian tea after lunch on most days, although this will not be possible on days where there is packed lunch.
On some of our tours meals are provided at restaurants, which are prepared by local Indian chefs. A set menu in a buffet style will be provided along with tap water only.
Visiting Mountain Tops
You should only make trips to high altitudes if you feel healthy. The following recommendations apply:
An advanced age is no barrier to high altitude. For blood pressure patients who are well controlled with medication the altitude is not a concern.
Asthmatics can travel to high altitudes without any problems. High-altitude air is less polluted with particles that can cause an asthma attack.
Epileptics who are well controlled with medication should be able to negotiate the altitude
Pregnant women: There may be a certain risk for pregnancy even without pre-existing diseases over 2500-3000 metres. Caution is therefore advised
If in doubt, please consult your doctor in advance.
Infants: Short-term stays at the mountain tops are unproblematic. Infants and young children are often unable to equalise pressure during descent and are therefore increasingly at risk of ear irritation. Regular swallowing (drinking, sucking on a bottle) during the descent can prevent the occurrence of irritation. Because children can chill faster than adults, always pay attention to sufficient protection from the cold at high altitude. Sunglasses and good sunscreen are necessary on the glacier!
High altitude visits not recommended for
Lung and heart patients who are already short of breath while at rest or when climbing stairs are advised not stay at high altitude. Patients with angina pectoris or severe impaired performance with heart enlargement and heart failure should not visit high altitude.
Coronary artery disease (angina pectoris) and heart enlargement with medical therapy should not visit high altitude.
Patients with a pronounced risk profile for cardiovascular disease (smoker + high blood pressure + diabetes + high blood fats + overweight + occasional chest pain) should consult the doctor before visiting high altitude.
Do not stay at high altitude after having striated muscles or a stroke.
Other practical tips
A decongestant nasal spray is recommended for colds before descent, in order to prevent ear irritation caused by lack of pressure balancing.
The ambient temperature drops with increasing altitude. Therefore, be sure to wear warm clothes for trips over 1500 metres, even in during the heat of summer.
Nicotine and alcohol in excess before or during the trip can ruin your day
AROUND DISNEYLAND PARIS
Disneyland Paris can get busy, especially at peak times so it makes sense to orientate yourself before you arrive. Theres a lot to see so you might like to prioritise your must-do attractions to avoid disappointment. But one should try not missing the famous Disney Parades, when the much-loved Disney characters take to the streets for a unique and interactive experience.
The resort itself comprises of two parks: The Disneyland Park, packed with rides and attractions, and the Walt Disney Studios Park. Your Tour manager will advise you of the top attractions.
When you arrive at the park you might like to consider using the Fastpass service, a free service which helps you to cut down on waiting times for some of the attractions. You will be allocated a time to go on a ride so you can come back at that time and board the ride in a matter of minutes rather than waiting in line.
If any of your party is disabled you should ask for an Easy Access Card on arrival at the park, which allows you to get into certain attractions via disabled access entrances.
Eating & drinking in Disneyland
Dining at Disneyland can be rather expensive and fairly restrictive for vegetarians you may want to consider taking snacks and drinks to the park. There are plenty of water fountains located around the park and mineral water and other drinks are readily available around the resort.
General tips for getting the most out your visit to Disneyland
You will certainly need a pushchair if you're travelling with little ones (even those that are almost out of theirs) - the resort is big and you'll be amazed how many miles you cover in one day.
If you're travelling with a young baby - there are changing rooms just after Main Street, the park's main thoroughfare. They are clean and have baby changing facilities as well as microwaves and high chairs.
If your child loves dressing up it's a good idea to pack their Disney-themed costume to take with you. Lots of children dress up as their favourite character while at the resort but be aware that buying costumes at the on-site stores is much more expensive than back home - be sure to pack your child's favourite outfit before you go!
The parades are hugely popular so be sure to get a good place as soon as you can so you can get the best view.
Although 80% of the attractions at Disneyland Paris are covered and protected against the weather - it's worth packing a lightweight rain coat for everyone, even during the summer. Equally don't forget the sun cream if you're travelling in summer - you'll be outdoors a lot and if the weather's hot you and you and your family will need protecting from the sun.
Cancellation of your Tour
Please note that if you for any reason need to cancel you tour, please let us know as soon as possible, this will help reduce the amount of cancelation charges you may have to pay. Cancelation charges will be as per the terms and conditions which you can find on our website or brochure.
We design our itineraries so that all the necessary excursions and places of interest are included to give the passenger the best possible holiday at an affordable price. However, often, the tour manager and driver will offer passengers additional excursions that are designed to enhance the holiday experience and are not included in the tour cost.
Passengers are entitled to refuse any additional excursion. Only excursions listed in the additional excursions section of a tour can be conducted by a tour manager.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
|Birmingham|| Birmingham - Esso Petrol Station |
305 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 7DT
|Bristol|| Bristol, Bristol Parkway Stn |
Stoke Gifford, Bristol BS34 8PU
|Calais|| Calais - Pidous Cash & Carry |
Mercel Doret, Calais, A26 Exit 3
|Cardiff|| Cardiff, Cardiff Central Railway Stn |
Central Square, Cardiff CF10 1EP
|Coventry|| Outside Tesco, Olivia Way Cross Point Business Cnt |
Coventry, CV2 2SH
|Dover|| Dover, Eastern Docks Coach Park, |
Outside Passenger Terminal, CT16 1JA
|East Ham|| East Ham |
East Ham, 473 Barking Rd, E6 2LL
|Folkestone|| Folkestone, Stop 24 Services, M20, Jctn 11 |
Stanford Intersection, Stanford, CT21 4BL
|Knutsford|| Knutsford, Knutsford Services, M6, |
Between J18-J19, Cheshire, WA16 0TL
|Leeds|| Leeds - Central Bus Station |
Opp Mecca Bingo, York Street, LS2 7HU
|Leicester|| Leicester |
Asda Petrol Station, Fosse Park Ave, LE3 2LL
|Liverpool|| The Rocket, 2 Bowring Park Road |
Liverpool, Merseyside, L14 3PA
|Luton|| Luton - Outside Travelodge Luton Hotel |
641 Dunstable Rd (Off M1 Junction 11), LU4 8RQ
|Maidstone|| Maidstone, Maidstone Services |
M20, Jctn 8, Kent, ME17 1SS
|Manchester|| Manchester, Shell Petrol Stn, Trafford Rd |
Salford, M5 3AW
|Newport Pagnell|| Newport Pagnell Services, M1 Between Jctn 14-15 |
Milton Keynes, MK16 8DS
|Northampton|| Northampton, Northamptoon Services |
M1 Junction 15A, NN4 9QY
|Nottingham|| Nottingham - Outside Novotel East Midlands Hotel |
Bostock Lane, Long Eaton, M1 Junction 25, NG10 4EP
|Other|| Want a different Pick Up & Drop |
Call us on 0044 (0)208 900 2323
|Reading|| Reading, Sainsburys Savacentre, Bath Rd |
Reading, (M4 Jctn 12), RG31 7SA
|Sheffield|| Sheffield, Meadowhall Railway Stn, |
Meadowhall Road, Sheffield S9 1JQ
|Slough|| Slough, Slough Railway Stn |
Brunel Way, Slough, SL1 1XW
|Southall|| Southall |
58 - 78 High Street (OPP Lidl), Southall UB1 3DB
|Swindon|| Outside Costa Express |
Great Western Way, Swindon, SN5 8UY
|Walsall|| Walsall, Outside Walsall Holiday Inn |
M6 Junction 10, Tempus Ten, Tempus Drive, WS2 8TJ
|Warrington|| Warrington, Premier Inn Warrington |
(M6/J21, Manchester Rd, Woolston, Cheshire WA1 4GB
|Watford Gap|| Watford Gap, Watford Gap Services |
M1 Between Junction 16-17, NN6 7UZ
|Wembley|| Wembley |
Star Tours, 312 Harrow Rd, Wembley, HA9 6LL
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