Great Britain Travel Packages 2024, 2025

Below is a list of various tour packages departing year-round.

Scheduled 2024 & 2025 Britain Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Christian Heritage
England & Scotland
(May & September)
4 star 10 Days View Tour

Group Option Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Britain & Germany Christian Heritage 3.5 - 4 star 17 Days View Tour
Switzerland, Germany & Britain
Christian Heritage
3.5 - 4 star 22 Days View Tour
Britain Christian History 4 star 9 Days View Tour
Britain Presbyterian History 3 - 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Christian Heritage Tour 3 - 4 star 8 Days View Tour
Best of Ireland & St. Patrick Heritage Tour 4 star 8 Days View Tour
England & Scotland Tour 3 - 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Best of the British Isles Tour 3 - 4 star 14 Days View Tour
Christmas In England 4 star 7 Days View Tour
London & Paris 4 star 7 Days View Tour
London Countryside 3 - 4 star 7 Days View Tour
A Sample of Britain 3 - 4 star 10 Days View Tour
England at Leisure 3 - 4 star 10 Days View Tour
London, Paris & Malta 4 star 12 Days View Tour
English Heritage Tour 3 - 4 star 15 Days View Tour
England & France Highlights 3 - 4 star 13 Days View Tour
Ireland, England & Scotland
Christian Fellowship Tour
3.5 - 4 star 16 Days View Tour
British Isles - Grand Tour 3 - 4 star 21 Days View Tour
Reformation Tour 4 star 10 Days View Tour
Church History - Reformation
Tour Menu
3 - 4 star 7 - 21 Days View Tour

Britain Tours: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for a Britain tour?

At Pilgrim Tours, we offer tours of Britain throughout the calendar year. Choosing the best time of year to visit England depends on your preferences. If you like warm weather and sunshine, you should visit as close to the summer if possible. If you like mild coastal weather, visiting Britain during the fall or winter is perfect. For a good balance of nice weather and reasonably sized crowds, visit during the spring or fall. Whenever you plan your trip, make sure you pack some warm clothes because the weather in England is unpredictable.

How many days do you need for a Britain tour?

The length of your tour can vary quite a bit depending on which tour you choose. If you’re looking for a shorter tour during the winter, our Christmas in England tour is one of our most popular. Our London & Paris and London Countryside tours are also great if you’re looking for a week-long excursion. If you want to spend a little more time in Britain — and other parts of Europe — we offer more extensive Britain tours that last up to 22 days.

What is the dress code in Britain?

As is the case with US tours, you don’t really have to worry about a dress code when you visit Britain. There’s no strict religious or cultural dress code in the area, so you can wear what you’d normally wear on a vacation. Make sure you pack warm, comfortable clothes to prepare for the rain and cold weather. One thing to consider is that certain religious sites may have dress codes, so you should talk to your tour guide to make sure you’re packing everything you need for your trip.

Is there a lot of walking involved on a Britain Tour?

The amount of walking involved depends on the Great Britain travel packages you choose. Some of our tours involve a lot of time on your feet while others are a little more relaxed. You can contact us to learn more about our Britain and Germany tours before booking your trip. Regardless of which one of our Britain tour packages you choose, you’ll want to pack a comfortable pair of shoes to help prevent foot pain and fatigue.

What passport & visa information do I need for your Britain tours?

When you’re visiting a country you’re not a resident of, you need to have a passport to enter the country. Obtaining your passport can take several months — even with expedited processing — so make sure you have your passport before booking a trip. If you’re a US passport holder, you don’t need a visa to enter the UK. However, residents of some countries may need a visa.

What common languages will be spoken during the Britain tours?

Like our Iceland tours, our England tours are popular because English is a common language. It’s easy to communicate with locals at shops and restaurants and dive into a new culture when you don’t have to learn a language or use a translator. If your tour involves nearby countries like Germany or France, you may want to use a translator app.

What currency can I use on a Britain tour?

The GBP is the official currency in the UK, which means you need to convert your currency before you can use it in England. You may be able to convert USD to GBP at your local bank, but you can also use a currency exchange location when you arrive in England.

Do I need to bring a converter for the Britain tour?

You will need a type G outlet adapter if you want to plug in your phone charger and other devices during our tours of Great Britain. These adapters are essential if you want to charge your phone during your trip. You can also invest in a universal adapter that works for our Germany and Italy tours as well as our tours of England.

What is the time zone for your Britain tours?

England uses GMT, which is 8 hours ahead of the Pacific Time Zone in the western US. That means that England is 5 hours ahead of the US Eastern Time Zone. When booking our England tours, Greece tours and other tours of Europe, you may experience jet lag.

What climate should I expect during my Britain tour?

The climate in Britain is mostly mild, which means it’s a great place to visit during the warmer months. If you book one of our Britain travel packages during the winter, you can expect rain and cold weather. During the summer, the weather is nice but not too warm.