Swap winter chills for the Charleston and the Cha Cha Cha as BBC One’s smash hit celebrity dance competition returns to the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Featuring judges being rude and celebrities being romantic, raunchy or just plain ridiculous, this is Strictly’s eleventh UK tour and no stops will remain un–pulled as Strictly lines up an incredible live extravaganza of nifty footwork, glitter and glamour.
On this break we include all your travel, quality hotel accommodation, Scottish breakfast and free time in Glasgow. Don’t settle for a quickstep, let us make your weekend a waltz, and at a fab–u–lous price too!
- Return coach travel from your chosen local departure point
- Overnight stay at a 3 or 4 star Glasgow area hotel with full Scottish breakfast
- Ticket (face value £39.75) for the evening performance of Strictly Come Dancing at the SSE Hydro on Saturday (upgrade to £51.10 face value ticket for a supplement of £15)
- Free time in Glasgow
- Services of an Omega coach driver / tour representative
- VAT at 20%
Subject to availability. Single supplements apply.
Saturday: From a morning pick–up in your local area we travel by comfortable coach to Glasgow, where we will check in at the hotel with time to freshen up before we continue into central Glasgow. There will be some free time to grab a bite to eat before the show starts at 7.30pm, and you have a reserved ticket, value £39.75, or you can upgrade to a £51.10 ticket at a £15 supplement. After the show, rejoin the coach to return to the hotel for your overnight stay.
Sunday: After a leisurely full Scottish breakfast you have some free time in Glasgow. As well as fantastic shopping, there’s a Tall Ship floating museum at Pointhouse Place on the Clyde that has sailed round the world four times, an 800–year–old cathedral, and a Lighthouse showcasing designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, who also provided the House for the Art Lover in Bellahouston Park and the famous Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street, which elegant establishment Mackintosh designed right down to the teaspoons and the waitresses’ dresses. Then there’s the Science Centre on Pacific Quay, with pop–up parachutes, Mindball displays and a 3D Imax with a screen the size of a football field. The coach departs for home in the mid to late afternoon.