The imperious structures of Edinburgh and the incredible scenery of Glasgow, the sight of Palace of Holyroodhouse, the smell of the sea air whipping along the shore, the taste of a world-class single malt whiskey: All these things are waiting for you in Scotland. Wind through the most scenic and breathtaking landscapes of Scotland with this 5-day customized Scotland tour.
Day 1: Enter Scotland at Edinburgh
Day 2: Explore Capital’s Most Famous Thoroughfare
Day 3: A Tour to the Center of the Whisky World
Day 4: Drive From Culloden to Inverlochy
Day 5: Visiting the Gorgeous Glen and a Lovely Loch
Welcome to the enchanting Edinburgh, a bustling capital city of Scotland
Witness the incredible scenery and gorgeous buildings through a private guided helicopter tour
Visiting Edinburgh’s Old City which is a UNESCO World Heritage
Visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the principal residence of the kings and queens of Scotland
Walk on the rough and rugged grandeur of the famous Scottish Highlands
Visit the National War Museum of Scotland and Crown Room to cast your eye on the Honours of Scotland
Witness the spectacular ruins of Urquhart Castle right on Loch Ness’s picturesque shores
Wind through the most scenic and breathtaking landscape of Scotland while passing through the majestic and awe-inspiring mountain pass at Glen Coe.
Step down to the enchanting Edinburgh from where you will be picked up by a driver to you your luxurious and elegant hotel in the heart of Scotland’s bustling capital. Take time to freshen up and then get ready to be on an air ride that will give you an opportunity to explore iconic Scotland from hundreds of feet above. A privately guided helicopter tour over the area will make you witness the incredible scenery and gorgeous buildings that fill the Scotland landscape. After touching down, head to the nearby port city to satisfy your hunger cramps. Enjoy delectable meals at one of the finest restaurants and fly back to Edinburgh before dark.
On the second day of your tour, start exploring the famous routes and places that hold a huge significance in the history of Scotland. Let your guide take you to the most historic places, including the Edinburgh’s Old City which is a UNESCO World Heritage, and fill your day with the excitement of unfolding the history of Scotland. Visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the principal residence of the kings and queens of Scotland for more than four centuries and the primary residence of the monarch of the United Kingdom in Scotland. Do not miss to visit the National War Museum of Scotland and Crown Room to cast your eye on the Honours of Scotland – the oldest Crown Jewels in the British Isles. Give a complete day or maybe two, to explore the streets and the historic monuments of the city because exploring makes you feel connected to the land and the people of an unknown place.
Walk on the rough and rugged grandeur of the famous Scottish Highlands that have a plethora of beautiful sights, enchanting buildings, and some of the most famous Scotch whiskey distilleries in the country to offer to its visitors. Begin your tour with a quaint and charming village - Dunkeld - which is one of the most complete of Scotland’s 18th-century country towns. Walk on the darling main street of pubs, shops, and restaurants, that boasts some of the most delectable meals in the country. After spending time in the village, get marvel by the elegant turrets, beautiful white walls and fascinating façade of Blair Castle in Clan Murray.
Continue your majestic expedition into the iconic highlands of Scotland by driving to breathtaking Inverlochy. Start at the grassy plains and rolling fields just outside of Inverness known as Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie led his band of Jacobite rebels to a disappointing and decisive defeat in 1789, ending his hopes of sitting the British throne in the last pitched battle ever fought on British soil. Have a lunch at one of the fine restaurants of Inverness before leaving the city. After that, drive down to the western coast of Loch Ness, the most famous lake in the country and the largest body of freshwater by volume in the entire United Kingdom. Witness the spectacular ruins of Urquhart Castle right on Loch Ness’s picturesque shores and countless birds flying on the top of the lake perennially.
If you are a nature lover, you would fall in love with this place. Wind through the most scenic and breathtaking landscape of Scotland while passing through the majestic and awe-inspiring mountain pass at Glen Coe. Feel highly inspired with imperious snow-capped cliffs and mountains surrounding you. Yes, you guessed it right? On the day 5 of your tour, you will enjoy being into a verdant valley that is among the most photographed areas in the entire country.
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