3 day/2 night
Discover Scotland’s history and scenic beauty on this fantastic tour. Enjoy the convenience of a two-night stay in both Glasgow and Edinburgh with included sightseeing tours of both cities. Tour into the highlands to experience impressive views of soaring mountains, sparkling lochs and untamed valleys including Ben Nevis, Loch Ness and Glen Coe. The famous golfing town of St Andrews and the inspirational Isle of Skye are amongst the other features of this comprehensive and affordable tour.
Price range: £825-£1,415
Glasgow - discover the magnificent architecture and sprawling parklands of Scotland’s biggest city.
Loch Lomond - enjoy a scenic drive along the “bonnie, bonnie banks”.
Isle of Skye - experience the majestic scenery of the Sleat Peninsula, known as the “Garden of Skye”.
St Andrews - visit the home of golf to see the famous Old Course, castle and historic university.
Edinburgh- explore Scotland’s capital city with a panoramic tour and free time to do your own thing!
Movie locations - Chariots of Fire, World War Z and Outlaw King
- 3 nights hotel accommodation
- Location: Glasgow (2); Carrbridge, Cairngorms National Park (2) and Edinburgh (2)
- Cooked/Continental breakfast (6)
- Table d’hôte dinners (2)
- City tour of Edinburgh
- Orientation tour of Glasgow
- Tickets are included for the World-famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on 8 to 22 August, 2020 departures
Visits, Admissions and Experiences
- Admission charges
- Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
- Gratuity to your driver
Full Tour Itinerary
Day 1 - Arrival in Glasgow
Welcome to Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most vibrant city. After making yourself at home in your city centre hotel, it’s time to hit the streets for some exploration. Glasgow is a former European City of Culture, and you’ll find lots of evidence for this accolade.
Day 2 - Glasgow Sightseeing
After breakfast, it’s time to discover Glasgow. Our orientation tour will commence with the city centre with its impressive Victorian architecture. We’ll visit George Square to see the magnificent City Chambers (Town Hall) and the famous statues that include Queen Victoria, Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.
Day 3 - Glasgow - Glen Coe - Scottish Highlands
We leave Glasgow behind and head into the scenic beauty of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Enjoy a tour along the “bonnie, bonnie banks” and, if you wish, take to the water for an optional cruise on Loch Lomond to see Rob Roy’s cave.