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      Free airport waiting time

      All airport pickups include a free 60 minutes waiting time after the flight lands. For all other trips, it is 15 minutes.

      Upfront pricing

      There are no hidden charges or surprises with us. Your all-inclusive Tranzitt fare (inluding parking charges if applicable, all taxes etc.) is what you pay when you book your trip.

      Free cancellation up to 24 hrs

      We understand life is complex. If you need to cancel, we won’t charge you up to 24hrs before the ride. We will charge you if you cancel within 24 hours. For details refer to our Cancellation policy.

      Top Summer Destinations in UK

      London, England

      If you are looking to immerse yourself in the busyness of the hustle and bustle of the city then visit London. It offers the iconic London Eye, Big Ben and Westminster. Overcome your fear of heights and visit 'The Shard' or enjoy the beautiful Gherkin and see its beautiful architecture. If you’re looking to shop, then enjoy yourself in Oxford street, Europe's busiest shopping street with more than 300 shops. One of the largest and oldest food market in London is 'The Borough Market' , is widely known for some of the best and finest source of British and International produce.

      Lake District, England

      If you’re looking for a quite getaway to cherish mother nature, then Lake district is the place for you. The Lake District is England's largest National Park with it's highest mountain, its deepest lake and thriving communities.

      Cornwall, England

      Cornwall is popularly known for its Celtic history. It is a home to picturesque harbour villages with towering cliffs and seaside resorts like Newquay, known for surfing. Whether it's a holiday highlight or group visit or a family trip, don't forget to visit the tidal island, St. Michael's Mount.

      Bath, England

      Located in Somerset, Bath is known for and named after its Roman-built baths. If you are exploring architecture, then why not try the Royal Crescent. For the book lovers, don't forget to visit the Jane Austen Centre. City of Bath is one of the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.

      Isle of Wight, England

      An Island, famous for its beaches, seafront promenades which is dotted with vintage-styled beach huts, is a best place to visit in England. Dinosaur remains and fossils can be seen in some areas of this island. This island is well-known for cycling, rowing, sailing, golf and many more sports activities.

      Edinburgh, Scotland

      Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland, well-known for education, particularly in the fields of medicine, law, philosophy, literature, and sciences. After London, Edinburgh is the second-most visited tourist attraction in the UK. Edinburgh's Old Town and New Town together are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

      Stonehenge, England

      Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, which consists of a ring of standing stones, weighing around 25 tons. Archaeologists believe it was constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. The site and its surroundings were added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites.

      Jurassic Coast, England

      The word 'Jurassic' makes everyone think of the dinosaurs, but you won't be seeing the dinosaurs for real, but can discover fossils of the various creatures that lived here millions of years ago. The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. Never miss to visit the Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks, Lulworth Cove.

      Snowdonia National Park, Wales

      Snowdonia is like a little slice of the Alps tucked above the rolling moors and hills of Wales. It's is the largest National Park and the largest natural lake in Wales, and also is the highest mountain in England and Wales. The region is very popular for hiking, mountaineering, white-water kayaking, and other outdoor pursuits.

      Belfast, Northern Ireland

      Belfast is the capital city of Northern Island and it was the birthplace of the RMS Titanic which famously struck an iceberg and sunk in 1912. Some of the best sight-seeing places are Belfast Castle, Ulster Museum, St. George's Market, Botanic garden.

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