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Day 1: London
Welcome to London the capital of the United Kingdom. After individual arrivals and the transfer from the airport to the hotel we will get ready for our Motorcycle Tour with a Welcome Drink and Dinner. For all those who are interested in London’s highlights, we recommend arriving a day earlier and taking part in our Sightseeing Tour Best of London.
Day 2: London > Bridgwater
Today we will pick up our motorcycles from the rental station and then head to one of the most famous monuments of England, Stonehenge. Built over 4.500 years ago, Stonehenge was named a World Heritage Site in 1986. Another highlight of the day is Glastonbury Tor, a hill with the ruins of the tower of the medieval church of St. Michael's. The former fortress from the 5th century is associated with the legendary King Arthur.
Day 3: Bridgwater > St Austell
With an excursion to the beautiful countryside of Cornwall a major attraction which is visited annually by over million people is on the program. The Eden Project, a botanical garden whose open area and the four blended geodesic domes accommodate around 100,000 plants from aprox. 5,000 types of plants.
Day 4: St Austell
Lands End with the Longship Lighthouse is the most western point of England on the main island of Great Britain and one of the top highlights we will visit on this Reuthers dream trip. Along picturesque coastal roads we reach St. Ives which is called "Porthkerris" in the books of Rosamunde Pilcher and often serves as a backdrop for film versions of novels. Incidentally, the British novelist Virginia Woolf spent the summer months in St. Ives as a child.
Day 5: St Austell > Liverpool
Today’s destination is Liverpool which has become primarily known for the Beatles and the Mersey Beat. We’ll spend the evening at the legendary Cavern Club.
Day 6: Liverpool > Gretna Green
In the morning, a visit to the Beatles Museum "The Beatles Story" is on the program, where we will learn more about the life and work of the Fab Four from Liverpool - an Eldorado for Beatles fans. For over 200 years the Eldorado for minor couples in England was Gretna Green, which even today is still one of the most famous and popular wedding venues in the world. Subject to availability, we plan on spending the night here.
Day 7: Gretna Green > Edinburgh
During our adventure tour we will reach the Scottish capital Edinburgh - also known as Athens of the north - and firstly visit the landmark of the city, Edinburgh Castle
Day 8: Edinburgh > Fort William
Today Sterling Castle with its 75m high castle rock is on our plan. In this castle Mary Stuart was crowned at the tender age of only 9 months as the Scottish Queen. Another important site is Glencoe, which we will reach at around noon after driving through the "Valley of Tears". Beneath the highest mountain in Great Britain - Ben Nevis (1343 m) - is our overnight stop and the entrance to the Scottish Highlands: Fort William.
Day 9: Fort William > Ullapool
The Road to the Isles and the Glenfinnan Monument are definitely worth a stop before we visit the famous Elean Donan Castle, where the first part of "Highlander" was filmed. Our overnight stay is planned to be in Ullapool, a small fishing village. Here, so they say, the Scottish wilderness begins.
Day 10: Ullapool > Tongue
Today we experience the loneliness of highlands at first hand. The popular Reuthers Roadside Lunch provides for the bodily welfare. Another highlight are the Smoo Caves, the largest sea caves in Great Britain. We will spend the night in Tongue, which also has a castle.
Day 11: Tongue > Golspie
We continue on the "North Coast 500" - the Scottish response to the legendary American Route 66. In the truest sense of the word we cruise on to the most northern point of the British mainland: Dunnet Head with its lighthouse. We'll take our lunchbreak a few miles further in the northernmost village of the British mainland, in John O'Groates, at the end of the road. An additional mandatory stop during this exciting day is Dunrobin Castle with its picture-book garden. The well-preserved castle is also the seat of the Sutherland Clan.
Day 12: Golspie > Inverness
A highlight of our Scotland trip is undoubtedly the Culloden Moor, where once the tragic battle between the Scottish clans and the English took place. Urquhart Castle, which we will also visit, has a history of more than 1500 years. Then in Fort Augustus, at the southern end of Loch Ness we will take a boatstour and maybe even the famous monster of Loch Ness, "Nessie" will welcome us....
Day 13: Inverness > Craigellachie
Starting from Inverness we drive past Brodie Castle and Elgin Cathedral directly to the Whisky Trail in Scotland. With an extensive tour in one the oldest whisky distilleries in Scotland, the Glenfiddich Distillery, we will learn more about the Scottish whisky. There is a good reason that our overnight stay is close to the distillery.
Day 14: Craigellachie > Edinburgh
If possible, there is a foto stop at Balmoral Castle, summer residence of Queen Elizabeth II. and then visit the restored Davidson Cottage, home to William C Davidson. In 1857, at the age of eleven he emigrated to the USA with his family. There, he built a shed for his sons. That shed became the first Harley-Davidson® workshop situated on Chestnut Street, now Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee...
Day 15: Edinburgh > Belfast
We say goodbye to Scotland and travel by ferry from Cairnryan to the north Irish city of Belfast, which is part of the United Kingdom.
Day 16: Belfast > Donegal
Highlights today include the Carrickfergus Castle, Kinbane Head facing Scotland and the world famous Dunluce Castle. We will spend the night in Donegal where you can enjoy an Irish pub in the evening.
Day 17: Donegal > Clifden
We will cruise pass the impressive table mountain Ben Bulbin and visit Kylemore Abbey and its elaborately designed gardens. Our overnight stay is in the Connemara National Park in Clifden.
Day 18: Clifden > Tralee
The stone grave The Dolmen is a must to visit and of course we'll have a closer look at the world famous Cliffs of Moher with the O'Brien Tower.
Day 19: Tralee > Killarney
After a photo stop at the Blennerville Windmill, the largest windmill in Ireland, we will pass over the Connor Pass, visit the Gallarus Oratory and pass Slea Head directly on the coast. We will spend our lunch time in the typical Irish town Dingle. In the afternoon relaxing on Inch Beach is part of the plan.
Day 20: Killarney > Cork
Today on the agenda is a dream ride along the world famous Ring of Kerry, the Ring of Beara and the overwhelming Healy Pass - what a day!
Day 21: Cork > Dublin
Starting from Cork, we will reach early in the morning the Heritage Center in Queenstown, which gives us an insight on the migration of several million Irish to the New World. Queenstown was also the last port of call of the Titanic on its sad maiden voyage. A visit to the more than 800 year old Hook Lighthouse, the oldest still operating lighthouse in the world! and Kilkenny Castle on our way to Dublin will round off this eventful day.
Day 22: Dublin > Belfast
Again a highlight. The historic Hill of Tara, where once hundreds of kings reigned, is the perfect finale of our Ireland adventure.
Day 23: Belfast > Nottingham
With the ferry we head back to the UK mainland and head towards Nottingham.
Day 24: Nottingham
Today childhood dreams come true, because we will visit the legendary Sherwood Forest - inseparably connected to the legendary figure Robin Hood. In local chronicles the Major Oak, the most significant and largest oak in Sherwood Forest, is considered to be Robin Hood's headquarters and it is our destination.
Day 25: Nottingham > London
The last day on the road. Early in the morning we head back to London, where we will drop off our motorcycles at the rental station. In the evening we’ll have our traditional Farewell Dinner in which we can recap the adventures of our motorcycle tour.
Please note that the above tour description applies for GUIDED TOURS.