Find Home of Golf in this 6-days Scotland Vacation Package

Scotland is a European country and a part of the United Kingdom and covers the north of the Island of Great Britain. The country owes much of its beaches to the Atlantic Ocean which lies on its North while having the North Sea to the northeast. It has an astounding number of 790 islands which includes famous ones such as Northern Isles and the Hebrides. In this packaged tour of Scotland, you would get to visit around 7 locations throughout the country in 6 days. In this tour, you will be starting from the capital city of Edinburgh while ending the trip in Glasgow, another major city of Scotland. You can discover many greatness of Scotland in the winter season with these 6 days Scotland Vacation Package through 5 destinations excluding Edinburg and Glasgow. Do check out the castles, highlands and the vineyards and olive gardens which make this land one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Visit Loch Ness Monster to sip the locally made whiskey which will forever feel entrusted in this magical land. Check out the highlights of the tour here –

Tour at a Glance:

  1. Arrive in the beautiful city of Edinburgh to start the six days Scottish Vacation ending it in Glasgow. Throughout the six days, visit more than 5 destinations and check out various important facets of this country.

  2. Visit the castles, highlands and other important historical places in Scotland that can smite you in its beautiful fervor.

  3. Do check out the delicacies of the place which are exhilarating and learn some cooking tips from the experts themselves.

  4. Do check out the castles, highlands and the vineyards and olive gardens which make this land one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

  5. Visit Loch Ness Monster to sip the locally made whiskey which will forever feel entrusted in this magical land.

  6. Visit the ‘Home of Golf’ which is situated at Saint Andrew’s while passing the mountains to reach the Home of Loch Ness Monster.

  7. Explore the fascinating history of Glasgow which has slowly turned into a major business city of Northern Europe while checking out the gothic cathedrals as well as the city chambers.

Tour Price

Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.

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Detailed Itinerary

Arrive in the majestic land of Edinburgh on the first day of the tour to start an enthralling six days Scotland Vacation. Throughout the six days, you will be visiting every single important location of Scotland in this thorough tour while coming to Glasgow to end the tour. Check out the detailed itinerary of the tour here in this daily itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival in Edinburgh

On the first day of the tour, you will finally arrive in the beautiful city of Edinburgh to start the tour of Scotland. As the city is known for its old castles, brave soldiers and beautiful bridges, Edinburgh would welcome you in all its warmth. Upon arrival, you will be meeting your tour operator who would take you to the pre-booked hotel. You can take some rest and decide on the day with the tour operator. If you arrive early in the day, do come out to search for haggis which is a whiskey bar where you can join the locals and bond for a great night out. Check out the local food joints for quick bites.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Edinburgh

The second day of the tour would be dedicated to sightseeing in Edinburgh which has some beautiful monuments and architectural complexes which have been preserved nicely over the centuries. After some meal in the morning, you will come out to check out the history of the city by joining a local touring party in the city with the help of your tour guide. Go visit the Edinburgh Castle which is situated on an extinct volcano to kick start the tour. The next spot for today would be a visit for shopping on Princes Street. Also, the place is famous for its traditional deep-fried chocolate bar which will be available here in different varieties. Stay for the night here.

Day 3: Visiting Scottish Highlands from Edinburgh via St Andrews

On the third day, come out of the frenzy put up by the deep-fried chocolate food and head for the Scottish Highlands which would be on schedule today. On the way to the Scottish Highland, you will stop by at St Andrews which is the birthplace for the famous European and American sport of Golf. You will also visit the famous and Scotland’s oldest university which has given some of the most literary scholars of Europe. You will arrive in the Scottish highlands by the evening and be prepared for some mystical tales atop a lake cruise on Loch Ness. Check-in here for the night which would have pleasures of local food and drinks.

Day 4: Visiting Scottish Highlands and West Highlands via the Isle of Skye

On the fourth day of the tour, you would be coming down from the high and getting to visit the highly visited Isle of Skye which can lighten any dense mood. It is time now to explore the Isle of Skye which is highly famous for its pastel houses which fringes the coastline and looks like a giant collection of Marshmallows. Visit the local fishing ports as well as the nearby seaside town of Portree which is famous for its hospitality. Get to eat some seafood dishes here made completely in new fashion and visit its beaches for getting some rest. Before the evening, you will visit Britain’s highest mountain which is snow-capped in winter and completely green in summer. At this time of the winter, you would find it highly picturesque and snow would give you chills as well. by the night, get entrenched with the city life as you visit some local bars and food joints to have some local delicacies.

Day 5: Visiting Glasgow and stopover at Stirling

After having visited the countryside and the beautiful Isle of Skye, it is time that you get back into the sway of city life with all the energy you have gathered here. On the morning of the sixth day, you will make a move towards the business center of Scotland, Glasgow while a stop in mid in Stirling which is known for its famous castles which are situated on a hill. It is also the town where William Wallace fought the English and yelled the famous line, “Freeeedom!". Check out the beautiful streets of Glasgow before getting back into the nightlife of it. Get a chance to listen to some live music, visit some bars and have some great food at some local joints. Stay the night here for departure tomorrow.

Day 6: Departure from Glasgow

Having spent some enchanted time in these six days Scotland Vacation, it is time to say goodbye to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Your trip organizer would apprise you of the schedule of your flight and have a transfer made from the hotel to the airport. If you have time, you can even visit some parts of the town or go shopping at some joints.

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