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British Isles tour for someone in their 30s

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I would like to do a 7-14 day tour to the British Isles (Scotland, Ireland, England) sometime in July. Here are my two main questions:

1-What's a good tour company?

2-Does anyone have any advice on finding a tour with folks around my age? I am 37 and I find that as I send these sorts of questions to the tour folks they tell me that a lot of the tours are filling with folks much younger than me (early 20s) or much older than me (folks all the way from 30-60s). I mentioned this issue in a previous post but I could use more suggestions on specific companies.

A singles tour would be nice but that's not necessary. I also want to hit up a lot of Castles and other medieval type things. I am going to spend part of my Europe trip on my own and I figured it would be nice to spend part of it on a tour also. I don't mind spending a bit more money if I can get exactly what I want.

Your advice is appreciated.

J

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