Scotland De Luxe
Scotland De Luxe
Our guided bus tour brings you closer to the advantages of Scotland in a relaxed manner : castles, distilleries and highland hills
Day 1: Edinburgh
Arrival in Edinburgh, Welcome from tour manager and transfer to your hotel. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Edinburgh.
Day 2: Edinburgh
The day starts with a guided city tour of Edinburgh one of Europe’s prettiest cities. Among the picture book scenes of the medieval old town and the fascinating attractions of the adjoining new town (250 years old!) we can comfortably discover the sightseeing highlights by our tour coach. Afterwards free time to explore the city on your own. In the late afternoon we have a standing invitation to the Malt Whisky Society, where the whiskies exclusive, normally only for the enjoyment of club members. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Edinburgh: As an option after dinner you can join a pub crawl or a ghost tour.
Day 3: Edinburgh – Fort William
This morning we head towards the highlands via Stirling and the Trossachs before arriving at the impressive Drummond Castle and its amazing gardens which stared in the Film Rob Roy. A visit to the nearby Innerfeffray Library is a must, Scotland’s oldest. Lunch in the quaint village of Crieff. The afternoon brings us to the Western Highlands and into the real “movie Scotland” (Braveheart, Rob Roy and Highlander) with the open views of Rannoch Moor and the imcomparable Glencoe. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Fort William.
Day 4: Fort William – Gairloch
Leaving Fort William we take the beautiful „Road to the Isles“, via what is now called the Harry Potter viaduct to Mallaig where a ferry takes us to the Isle of Skye. Admire the “Cuillin Hills” often regarded as the most beautiful mountains in Great Britain. We have time for a guided tour of the famous Talisker Distillery before lunch in Portree, the islands main village. We drive over the second longest single span bridge in the world and arrive in the mainland again. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Gairloch.
Day 5: Gairloch – Newtonmore
Our first stop is at Eilean Donan Castle, the most photographed in Scotland. Continuing our route brings us to the Great Glen with the option of a boat ride on the famous Loch Ness. In Inverness we can visit the famous Woolen Mills – Pringles Weavers, home of traditional Scottish woolen products. Afterwards we continue to one of Scotland’s best preserved prehistoric sites. The atmosphere of the ancient tombs is unique. Overnight and dinner at hotel in Newtonmore.
Day 6: Newtonmore – Pitlochry
Heading Eastwards we start along the world famous Malt Whisky Trail, in the Speyside Region. Our first visit is to a traditional cooperage, where sherry casks, used for whisky ageing, are prepared by hand. We follow this up with a visit to the Cardhu distillery. The scenery continues to amaze as we continue onwards to our final overnight in the highland town of Pitlochry. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Pitlochry.
Day 7: Departure
Breakfast and transfer to Edinburgh Airport.
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Prices from 1,045 € - based on 30 persons! Please contact us!
Programme changes reserved.
Arrival and departure from other airports possible on request!
Enjoy self-guided hiking and travelling by train