From modern Glasgow to the historic Wallace Monument, from the swirling River Clyde to the serenity of Loch Lomond, experience the diversity of bonnie Scotland. Cherish the wild glens and the heather-covered mountains of the Trossachs and venture into Stirling Castle.
Venture into the wild mountains and forests of the Highlands to see Scotland’s largest loch, Loch Lomond. You’ll also see Kilchurn Castle, a magnificent ruin situated in the middle of Loch Awe, visit the town of Inveraray, and ascend the Arrochar Alps to the viewpoint known, by soldiers in the 18th century, as ‘rest and be thankful’.
Travel north to the Kingdom of Fife for a guided woodland walk to the Black Linn Falls, and visit the home of Blair Athol Whisky for a tasting, and a tour of the distillery. See the 3,000 year- old Fortingall Yew tree, and enjoy views across the freshwater Loch Tay, on this full-day tour.
Traverse the island of Scotland and witness many of the icons for which the country is known. See kilts, bagpipes, and a Scottish distillery to witness the making of “usquebauch”Gaelic for The Water of Life.
Dig into the folklore, myth, mystery, and magic that envelop the Scottish Lothians! Enter the 15th-century Rosslyn Chapel to be captivated by tales of masonic symbolism and explore the inspiring landscape of the Scottish Borders on this full-day tour.
Single out the sweet, spicy, or smoky dimensions in a glass of Scotch whisky, and learn how production techniques influence taste and style on a guided tour of Edinburgh's fully interactive Scotch Whisky Experience. You’ll take home a greater understanding of the famous drink’s history and a souvenir whisky glass.
Visit St. Andrews: home of golf, place of pilgrimage, and the university of choice for the future King, Prince William. Journey to beautiful South Queensferry, the Forth Bridges, and experience the wild beauty of the Fife Coast.
Hold onto your helmets as you whirl around Edinburgh in one of the coolest modes of transport around. Perfect for couples, friends, and family, this 2-person tour lets you see Scotland’s beautiful scenery from your seat in a 1600cc-engine chauffeured trike.Important: Listed rate is valid for 2 people. Please select only one ticket for each 2-person trike you would like to book.
Unravel more than 5,000 years of intriguing Scottish history with the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass. With free entry to over 70 properties, you can explore the archaeological sites, war-torn castles, ancient monuments, and abbeys of Scotland.
Find yourself immersed in the most sinister events in Scottish history at the Edinburgh Dungeon. Witness the savagery of judicial punishments, the crude and gruesome dissection of bodies, and the bloody massacre of the MacDonalds. Keep your wits about you as you relive the legend of the Boabhan Sith, the lady vampires of the Glen.
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