Private Tour of Scotland
Scotland : Delightful Tour
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Idyllically located on the banks of the mighty River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city is continually in flux. Glasgow has been in the midst of a renaissance with its chic shopping centres, the striking architecture of the new multi-million-pound Riverside Museum of Transport, the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the immaculately kept grounds of the Pollok Estate Country Park, as well as in its beautifully preserved mix of historical Victorian, Georgian, Venetian and Art Deco architecture. Glasgow is well known for its top-notch restaurants, lively nightlife, its popular and diverse live music and comedy scene as well as its many authentic traditional pubs. This flourishing Scottish city features a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere yet retains a charming down to earth, genuine feel.
Set among a series of volcanic hills and presided over by its iconic castle, Edinburgh is an architectural treasure trove with enough neoclassical terraces, Georgian grandeur, and late-medieval monuments to thrill even the most avid architecture enthusiast. Visitors can look forward to exploring the renowned Royal Mile with its numerous tourist attractions including the beautiful, hidden Dunbar’s Close Garden, and a Camera Obscura with five floors of holograms and optical illusions. Then head over to Calton Hill to admire the incredible view of Edinburgh's remarkable skyline with its spires, towers, domes, and steeples as far as the eye can see. Add to this a slew of fascinating museums, excellent pubs and restaurants, and a flourishing nightlife, and you have, quite simply, one of the world’s most captivating cities.
Located just 37 kilometres southwest of Inverness, surrounded by dramatic mountains, in the Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness is Scotland’s most famous lake and most popular holiday destination. While the lake is most famous for its fabled inhabitant, the Loch Ness monster, the area is also celebrated for its natural beauty and history. Loch Ness provides a great base for visitors to explore the surrounding area including: the impressive ruins of the Urquhart Castle, the village of Drumnadrochit, and the Caledonian Canal. Visitors can enjoy a boat cruise across Loch Ness, where aspiring monster hunters can search for clues to arise from the murky depths, to prove the legend’s existence. Other popular activities such as horse riding, cycling, hiking, and fishing are on offer.
Conveniently situated in the heart of Scotland, Highland Perthshire’s central location makes it an ideal base for exploring the most picturesque landscapes in Scotland as well as the slew of quaint towns and villages strewn across this spectacularly scenic area. Known for its remarkable mountains, ancient forests, majestic glens and lochs, ancient castles, world-class golf courses and some of Europe’s most impressive woodlands, Highland Perthshire’s diverse landscapes form an ideal backdrop for a variety of outdoor activities. These include, among others: golf, fishing, hiking and some exhilarating whitewater rafting. With its intriguing history, varied wildlife and charming little old-world villages, it is an ideal location for travellers seeking a unique and authentic Scottish experience away from the hustle bustle of the surrounding cities.
The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy offering four fascinating countries all rolled into one easily accessible and remarkably diverse island nation. Comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the UK contains more heritage, per square mile, than any other nation in the world. It is also blessed with vast, sprawling areas of picturesque countryside, long stretches of rugged coastline, and some of most the dynamic, multicultural cities in the world. With the quaint medieval villages of the Cotswolds, the impressive architecture of the Canterbury Cathedral, the endless cultural delights of London and Edinburgh, and the hauntingly beautiful landscapes of Wales and Northern Ireland, the UK offers enough variety to satisfy travellers from all walks of life. Whether you are keen to explore massive national parks such as the Yorkshire Dales or Dartmoor, the charming seaside resorts of Blackpool and Bournemouth, or the unlimited supply of wonderful British pubs, there is plenty to keep you blissfully engaged during your time in this extraordinarily diverse nation.
Flanking Edinburgh to the south and bordered by East Lothian and the Scottish Borders council areas, Midlothian is known for its scenic natural landscapes, historical landmarks and variety of unique attractions. The lush, rolling Pentland hills and massive expanses of thriving woodland are perfect for hiking, and the Midlothian Snowsports Centre boasts the longest dry ski slope in the UK. Visitors can explore the monumental 15th-century Rosslyn Chapel, famously part of the blockbuster film 'The Da Vinci Code'. The five-star, award-winning National Mining Museum tells the stories of Scottish coal miners and gives insight into the science and technology behind the industry. Don’t miss the opportunity to walk amongst exotic butterflies and meet all kinds of other creepy crawlies at the incredible Butterfly and Insect World.