Meet and greet upon arrival and transfer to your hotel. Check in Hotel (1400hrs). Rest of the day free to explore Edinburgh on your own.Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel, today we proceed for a Morning Guided City Tour of Edinburgh with a visit to Edinburgh Castle. (Admission Included). In the afternoon we will proceed to Glasgow for a Guided Panoramic City Tour. In the evening return to Edinburgh.Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel, Full Day Guided Tour of Loch Ness Tour. Explore the beautiful Scottish Highlands, discover
majestic Urquhart Castle and take a monster cruise on Loch Ness. We leave Edinburgh behind we head towards Stirling
with its ancient castle then stop for morning coffee stop at Kilmahog. Next it's Rob Roy Country and dramatic Rannoch
Moor before arriving at the Weeping Glen – Glen Coe, the infamous site of the 1692 Massacre of the resident
MacDonalds by Government troops of the Campbell Clan. After a short drive we arrive at Fort William which sits in the
shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain.
After lunch (Not included) there is time for a photo stop at Spean Bridge before we enter the scenic beauty of the famous Great Glen, a landscape of soaring mountains and shimmering lochs. Our journey follows the route of the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness and the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle. The Castle provides a superb vantage point to see the deepest part of the loch. Here you can enjoy an optional visit to the castle and take a short cruise on the loch. On our homeward journey, we pass by Inverness then enter the wild beauty of the Cairngorm National Park. Our descent through the Grampian Mountains takes us into scenic Perthshire. We'll stop for refreshments in the heart of "Big Tree Country”. The last part of our tour takes us through the ancient Kingdom of Fife to the famous Forth Rail Bridge and the conclusion of our tour in Edinburgh.Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel. Full Day Guided Tour of Highland Glens, Castles and Whiskey Tour – we start the tour and make
our way to the Kingdom of Fife and our first stop of the day at Dunfermline Abbey and Palace. The great abbey of
Dunfermline (optional) was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret and the foundations of the original building lie
under the stunning 12th century Romanesque style nave. The Abbey Church is the last resting place of many Scottish
kings and queens including the great freedom fighter Robert the Bruce. We continue our tour through beautiful Glen
Devon and pass the famous Gleneagles Hotel, the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup. The attractive spa town of Crieff is the
location of quaint Glenturret Malt Whiskey Distillery (optional), the home of the Famous Grouse. You can get a behindthe-
scenes tour of the distillery with an opportunity for a tasting and visit to the shop, a must for any whiskey connoisseur.
Select a tasty dish from the lunch menu in the restaurant or take a stroll in the distillery’s extensive grounds. Next we venture into the Highlands taking the picturesque route through the "Sma Glen” and Strathbaan. Here the scenery takes on a rugged splendor, which is a fine introduction to the Highlands of Scotland. The picturesque villages of Dunkeld and Birnam are set on opposite banks of the River Tay in the heart of Highland Perthshire and make a very pleasant stop. There’s an opportunity for a gentle stroll when we stop at The Hermitage, an impressive wooded gorge. A pleasant walk will reward us with views an 18th Century folly overlooking the dramatic Falls of Black Linn. After our leisurely stroll we head southwards and travel through the undulating hills towards Perth and then through the Kingdom of Fife. Watch out for Loch Leven, forever linked to the tragic story of Mary, Queen of Scots. Enjoy fine views of the Firth of Forth and the Forth Bridges when we make our last stop of the day in pretty South Queensferry. It’s a short drive back to Edinburgh.Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel, We leave Edinburgh we travel across the Forth Road Bridge into the Kingdom of Fife. Our scenic coastal route takes us round the East Neuk of Fife, calling at Anstruther, a fishing village, also famous for the best “Fish & Chips” in Scotland. When we arrive in St. Andrews you have three hours at leisure to explore the town, from the ruins of the 13th Century Castle to Scotland's Oldest University. St. Andrews is renowned as the Home of Golf, with four courses including the world famous Old Course and the British Golf Museum, which is well worth a visit. After we have enjoyed ourselves in this fascinating town, we make our way to South Queensferry. This small town dates back to the 13th century. Here you will view the famous bridges and can marvel at the great engineering feat of the Forth Rail Bridge, the largest cantilever bridge in the world. Later return to Edinburgh.Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel, Day free at leisure to explore Edinburgh or surrounding areas, Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel. Day free at leisure until departure transfer to Edinburgh Airport or Train Station for your onward journey. (Private Transfer).
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