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Travelling Scotland - Tours and Trips in Scotland

Scotland Tours and Holidays 2018/2019

Sharing a border with England, Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom along with Wales and Northern Ireland. It is the country of bagpipes, kilts and occupies a vibrant culture that is different and unique. Scotland is the country of origin for Golf, which is a major part of their tourism industry. Scotch whisky is ...

2 Trips in Scotland with 295 Reviews

Highlights
  • Loch Ness Cruise
  • Glencoe
  • Urquhart Castle
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Timberbush Tours

Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands Tour

One of our most popular one day tours from Edinburgh is our tour to Loch... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Edinburgh/Edinburgh
  • Operator Timberbush Tours
From US$ 69 12.5 hours View Tour
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Tomorrow
Jan 25
Highlights
  • GLEN COE – stop at Kilmahog for photos and to take in the scenery
  • RANNOCH MOOR – Drive over the area featured in the James Bond movie, Skyfall
  • LOCH NESS – Stop at Fort Augustus for optional Loch Ness Cruise
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Gray Line Scotland

Loch Ness & The Highlands Of Scotland

From Edinburgh, this tour heads past Stirling, catching views of the Castle and The Wallace... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Edinburgh/Edinburgh
  • Operator Gray Line Scotland
From US$ 68 12 hours View Tour
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Jan 24
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Scotland Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 295 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Excellent”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Professionell organisierte und spannende Rundreise, viele interessante Informationen über das Land, meist sehr gute Hotels”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Excellent”
Poor Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
2 - Poor
“Again, I want to stress that the
Travel Director did a great job trying to accommodate us,
but Trafalgar as an organization has tied his hands with
respect to what he can do. There was some trouble with
the bus, which doesn't even factor in to this.
Most people know stuff happens - I'm not concerned
about that.
About
1.5 to 2 days are free days which we have to pay for
ourselves. Why? Start the tour the next day
and let people arrive by the day before? Also, you
have to pay for extras? Why? We paid for the
tour! We missed seeing Culloden??? Why?
It was annoying seeing the road sign saying it was 2
miles away and we turned the opposite way? Include
everything (no extras with additional payment) and don't
make folks pay for the extras?????
The good stuff (as it wasn't all
bad, just not sure we got value for our money - see above) -
The last meal at the farm house - that was great. The
tour of Eilean Donan Castle which wasn't supposed to
happen, but the weather forced us to do this as an
alternative was fantastic. Not pleased that the visit
to the Isle of Skye was a driveby (about 15 minutes inside
the bus). The tours of the Edinburgh and Stirling
Castles were good, but a little rushed.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Excellent”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Very fun full of history and our guide Kate was absolutely wonderful and informative. The weather was beautiful and every place we stopped was just perfect. I would recommend Trafalgar to others.”
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
4 - Very Good
“Enjoyed seeing three views of Scotland so get an idea of the whole country rather than just one city.
There was still a lot of bus time which I thought we would eliminate with the leisure trip. I guess the bus time was necessary to see everything in the short time.
It might have been better to add a couple of days to give more free time.”
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
4 - Very Good
“There were some good items in the tour.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Best of Scotland
5 - Excellent
“Trafalgar looked after us very well. Thanks Sarah & Sid”

Scotland - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Sharing a border with England, Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom along with Wales and Northern Ireland. It is the country of bagpipes, kilts and occupies a vibrant culture that is different and unique. Scotland is the country of origin for Golf, which is a major part of their tourism industry. Scotch whisky is another reason to plan for a trip to Scotland but that is not the only thing the country has on offer.

Scotland has always had an alluring sense of mystery which attracts tourists from all over the world - Loch Ness is a good example hereof. It's strikingly beautiful coastline and the surrounding islands are popular locations especially in the summer. Scottish Northern highlands, the well-known Edinburgh Castle and Isle of Skye are some of the most visited destinations in Scotland by tourists.Scots have adventurous blood, hence the amount of opportunities they have to live your wildest wishes in Scotland such as bungee jumping, surfing, kayaks or even just riding downhill on a mountain bike as the Atlantic wind caress you!

Tour Highlights

  • Hill walk, swim and kayak your way around Loch Lomond
  • Explore the ancient halls of Scotland’s fairytale castles, like Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle
  • Taste some of the world’s finest malt whiskies on a pub crawl
  • Look for Nessie from the ruins of Urquhart Castle at Loch Ness
  • Hike to the summit of Ben Nevis, Scotland’s highest mountain
  • Take a selfie with a Highland Coo
  • Swim in the Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye
  • Laugh until your belly hurts at the Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival

Travel Tips

  • Whether you’re a golf fan or not, a visit to St Andrews (the home of golf) is never regretted. Public transport to the Fife town can be complicated, so renting a car is the way to go.
  • There is a complicated history between Scotland and England. Never refer to a Scottish person as English.
  • Learning some Scottish lingo before your visit will be especially helpful if you ever need to ask for directions. A lake is called a loch, aye means yes, and someone calling you a “bonnie lass” thinks you are a beautiful woman.
  • You can’t leave Scotland without trying haggis, Irn-Bru, and at least one deep-fried Mars bar.
  • Don’t ask a Scotsman what’s underneath his kilt unless you really want to know.

Scotland has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Scotland before planning your tour. And if you’re still hunting for more things to do and places to explore in the country , do check out our Scotland Travel Guide for more information.

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