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Whether you are a whisky aficionado or a complete novice, this Whisky Trail has something for everyone. You will be picked up from where you are staying and transported in comfort, safety, and style to Speyside. This is a private tour and only your group will participate.If you book between April and October you will visit the big three Speyside distilleries, namely The Macallan, Glenlivet, and Glenfiddich. The agenda is flexible so depending on whether you have chosen to book a tour at one of the distilleries, we will agree the timing for your day before setting off together.PLEASE NOTE: the Glenlivet Distillery closes from November to March and therefore an alternative distillery will be agreed with you if you decide to book during these months.At the end of the Whisky Trail, we will head back to your starting point or another location by prior arrangement.NOTE: Depending on your starting location, the round trip from your location to Speyside could be as much as seven hours.
Embark on a Speyside whisky trail, sampling some of Scotland's finest malts, without the risk of falling foul of the country's strict drink driving laws. This private tour offers the flexibility of being able to customize your day to your preferences: where you go is entirely up to you.
Start off your visit to Dundee the best way possible and let Henry take you on a small group tour (8 persons max) of must see locations in Dundee and Broughty Ferry. Our Friendly driver will point out tourist attractions and the must-see sights en-route. This is a unique and charming experience aboard our Asquith Palace luxury vintage bus called Henry. Sometimes it is worth calling or emailing regards tour as late bookings can be taken if availability.
Dundee: coolest city in Scotland or sink of humanity? On this audio tour, you decide for yourself as I take you beyond Dundee's main tourist attractions.During the tour, you'll encounter a heroic pigeon, James Bond's grandfather and the world's worst poet. You'll learn why Winston Churchill vowed never to return here and how to survive when in the Arctic.The tour is perfect for first-time visitors to Dundee as well as those who want to learn more about their city - such as by finding out how Dundee came to own the largest cut emerald in existence.This audio tour takes you on a 3km walk around the many sights of Dundee, as well as the hidden corners. It takes just over an hour without stopping but you can pause the tour whenever you choose. The audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
This Whisky Trail will transport you in comfort, safety, and style to the North East of Scotland and to three Highland whisky distilleries, namely Balblair, Glenmorangie, and The Dalmore for a series of tastings. You have the option of switching one or more of these with Clynelish or Glen Ord Distilleries should you wish to do so.No tour of this part of Scotland would be complete without a visit to the Dornoch Castle Whisky Bar where they have over 450 world whiskies for you to sample from. This is also a very good place to enjoy a hearty lunch with your dram.This is a private tour and only your group will participate.If you wish to book a tour at one of the distilleries, please co-ordinate this with us so we can build it into the travel plans for your day. Please note no food or whisky is included in this price.
Enjoy a tour of the permanent galleries at The McManus, with our new Audio Guide Handsets. The Tour gives an introduction to the history of The McManus, takes in the Gothic Hall and highlights some of the city's collections in the Landscapes & Lives gallery, artworks in the Victoria Gallery, and also features information on architecture, shipbuilding and the nationally significant whaling collections in Dundee and The World and Making of Modern Dundee galleries. The tour Handsets are available in the following languages - English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin.
Dundee Museum of Transport tell the stories of local transport pioneers and innovators as well as displaying vehicles from local and national collections. Spanning four display halls there is plenty to enjoy, with vehicles dating from the late 19th century to the 1990s. Star attractions include 'Gen 22', a licensed replica of the famous Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang and Dundee's last known surviving horse-drawn tram.