Harry Potter tour and castles of England
Discover the border between Scotland and England and the defensive wall of the seaside village Berwick-Upon-Tweed. And, it will follow with a magic journey visiting the castle where Harry Potter, Downton Abbey or Vikings were shooted. You could relive moments of your favourite films and TV shows.
With your reservation we donate 5% of our income to reforestation or beach cleaning, you choose it
What does it include?
-Transportation in a vehicle for 8, 16,19, 33, 39, 53 o 55 people.
-Driver’s service and professional guide.
Not included in the final price:
-Tickets to the monuments or tourist attractions. We offer you a discounts in these tickets, but also, we have alternatives in case you don’t want to visit those attractions.
-Food. We have established stops in the route where you will find restaurants and shops.
- 52 €/ adult
- 49 €/person over 65
- 49 €/person under 14
Berwick-Upon-Tweed – Bamburgh castle – Alnwick castle – Etal
Departure from Edinburgh to Etal
With the Lowlands as a main stage, we will get closer to the border between Scotland and England. Our first stop will be in the northernmost town in England: Berwick-Upon-Tweed. This town is known by the ruins of its castle, a group of walls and a medieval Old Town. Its frontier location will gift us a amazing view of Tweed river and North Sea. Furthermore, you could treat yourself with a coffee and a scone in one of its coffee shops or walk through its main street.
We will also learn about the Norman castle of Bamburgh, where many films where shooted, like Robin Hood and Elizabeth. The view of the castle over the white sand, the interiors and vast collections of objects related with aviation will await us in our first stop of our route.
The magic around the most famous magician in the last times will surprise us in Alnwick castle. Here, part of the Harry Potter movies was filmed, and it is the current home of Northumberland Duke. We will go through some characters of J.K. Rowling’s saga, and we will explore the rooms of the castle and walk through its magnificent gardens, where we will find the biggest treehouse in Europe. During our time in the castle, we will have time and the opportunity to have lunch.
The comeback, through secondary roads, will give us the chance to enjoy the Lowlands. Halfway through, we will have our last stop in the picturesque town of Etal.