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Discover the best of Edinburgh without the stress of public transit and massive crowds on this hop-on hop-off bus tour. With your 48-hour pass, hop aboard the double-decker, open-top bus for a panoramic sightseeing excursion. Great for kids and adults, your ticket offers five route options with dozens of strategically placed stops. Have the added bonus of free entry to royal sites like Edinburgh Castle, Royal Yacht Britannia and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
An Edinburgh bus tour is the perfect way to hear commentary on city sights and get a panoramic overview. This City Sightseeing tour of Edinburgh lets you hop on and off at 14 strategically placed stops as many times as you like. Board the open-top double-decker bus and travel the entire route, or stop at Edinburgh Castle, the National Museum and many more. Buses depart approximately every 20 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
Experience the beauty of rural Scotland on this 9.5-hour West Highland lochs and castles day trip from Edinburgh. Visit the iconic Doune Castle in Stirlingshire with a guide, then head deep into the Scottish Highlands. Take in fine views over shimmering lakes and soaring peaks, and enjoy an hour’s free time in Glen Ogle. Then, head onward to Loch Awe and Kilchurn Castle — widely considered Scotland's prettiest castle. Explore the highland village of Inveraray and perhaps visit Inveraray Castle. Travel through the beautiful Arrochar Alps back to Edinburgh.
Designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the world of whisky, this guided tour of the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh is the ideal choice for travelers wanting to learn more about Scotland’s national drink. Take a whisky barrel ride through a replica distillery, view the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky, enjoy a guided tasting session, and take home a souvenir of a crystal whisky glass. This tour is also a fun and suitable expereince for travelers aged under 18.
This full-day Scottish Highlands tour takes you on a scenic drive from Edinburgh to the fabled Loch Ness. The journey travels by coach across Rannoch Moor to Glen Coe and through the Great Glen to Fort Augustus, where you’re treated to a locally made picnic lunch. Take an optional boat ride on the legendary loch in search of ‘Nessie’ before the return trip over the Drumochter Pass and through the forests and rivers of Highland Perthshire, with views of the UNESCO-listed Forth Bridge.
Enjoy a whisky-fuelled journey around the Scottish Highlands on this full-day tour from Edinburgh, including lunch. Tour the Glenturret Distillery, home to the legendary Scotch whisky The Famous Grouse, and indulge in an expert-led tasting of the popular single malt. With a belly full of whisky, head out to explore the region’s historic and natural landmarks, passing by the mighty Stirling Castle, the Gothic Dunkfeld Cathedral and the beautiful Black Linn Falls.
See the rivers, lochs, and mountains of the Scottish Highlands during this two-day tour from Edinburgh. Leave the driving to your guide and take in the scenery as you journey to top landmarks in the region including Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, and Inverness. Visit the historic Ruthven Barracks and enjoy a gentle forest walk in the Hermitage Woodland before driving back to Edinburgh.
Ride through Edinburgh in a glass-roofed, top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach on this hop-on-hop-off tour. Learn the history, culture, and traditions of this UNESCO World Heritage Site with a small group of fellow travelers, limited to 16 people or fewer. Stop by some of the area's top attractions, such as the Grassmarket, Edinburgh Castle, and Edinburgh’s central university area. Hear an insider's perspective on the vibrant city via the onboard audio commentary.
Discover the Firth of Forth, an estuary outside Edinburgh, on a cruise that departs from South Queensferry, located 10 miles (16 km) west of the city. Relax onboard in the observation lounge or on the outside decks and indulge in a complimentary cream tea. Admire views of Blackness Castle, as featured in Outlander, Limekilns village as mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped, and the UNESCO World Heritage Forth Bridge.
Combine the magic of Harry Potter with the history of the Scottish borders on this day trip from Edinburgh. Ideal for fans of the world’s favorite wizard, this tour takes you to the coastal town of Bamburgh, home to the impressive Bamburgh Castle, and Alnwick Castle, a filming location featured in both Harry Potter and Downtown Abbey. Tour the historic structure’s opulent rooms—entrance fees at your own expense—before you admire the pretty town of Coldstream, straddling the border of England and Scotland.
Some shore excursions can feel rigid and impersonal. Tailor your visit to your own interests on this hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Travel around the city and leave the bus to explore at any of the 14 designated stops, including Edinburgh Castle and Hollyrood Palace. You can get on and off the bus as often as you like in a 24-hour period.
Appreciate the splendor of Scotland on a full-day whisky and waterfalls trip from Edinburgh. Wind through the Scottish Highlands and marvel at the majesty of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, then visit the Glenturret Distillery for a tour, whisky sampling and lunch (all payable on site). Discover the centuries-old tradition of Scottish whisky production, then cap off your tour at Hermitage forest and the village of Dunkeld.
Soak up Scotland’s majestic countryside on a full-day tour of Highlands from Edinburgh. Aboard a comfortable coach, stop at Loch Lomond, the largest inland body of water in Great Britain. Wind through Trossachs National Park, spotted with moors, lochs and jutting peaks, and on to Stirling Castle, coronation place of Mary, Queen of Scots. Explore the grounds or purchase an optional tour of the castle’s opulent interior rooms. On the return journey to Edinburgh, the tour stops at the Kelpies. The world's largest equine sculptures dedicated to the horse-powered heritage of Central Scotland, designed by Andy Scott.
If you’re a history buff, no visit to Edinburgh is complete without a tour of Edinburgh Castle. Receive personalized attention on a private 3-hour tour, during which you’ll delve deep into the history of the Edinburgh icon and avoid long lines often in excess of two hours with a pre-booked entrance ticket. Plus, you’re guide collects you from your hotel to prevent you getting lost in Edinburgh’s winding streets.
This tour from Edinburgh to St Andrews, the "home of golf," is so full of attractions you don't even need to be a golfer to enjoy it. Your day includes photo opportunities under the Forth Bridge and a visit to Falkland, filming location for Outlander and home to a Renaissance palace. In St Andrews, as well as seeing the the famed Old Course, you will indulge in afternoon tea at the British Golf Museum before exploring the quaint town independently or on the included walking tour.
Discover the home of golf and walk in the footsteps of the royals on this full-day tour of St Andrews from Edinburgh. Travel across the legendary Forth Bridge to the Kingdom of Fife and enjoy free time to explore the capital of St Andrews. See the university where Prince William and Kate Middleton first met, stroll through the colorful St Andrews Botanic Gardens or visit the striking ruins of St Andrews Cathedral.
The Firth of Forth is simply overflowing with myths, turbulent history and fascinating marine wildlife. Join Forth Boat Tours on a 90 minute cruise to discover more about the Three Bridges, including the UNESCO World Heritage Forth Bridge. View the stunning Inchcolm Island and the medieval abbey, known as the Iona of the east. During your cruise, you will find plenty of opportunities to see a wide variety of marine wildlife including seals and puffins.
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Explore UNESCO–listed Edinburgh through the city’s diverse and tasty cuisine on this food-lover’s walking and tasting tour. Follow your guide through central Edinburgh, and discover the best places to savor treats like scones fresh from the oven. Meet makers such as butchers, fishmongers, and more, and find out for yourself what makes their fresh produce so special. Along the way, taste locally made beer, cheeses, haggis, and whiskey.
Explore Edinburgh on your own with the help of this self-guided sightseeing method. Along with the use of public transportation, this digital app features audio narration, visuals, and offline navigable maps to turn your smartphone into a travel companion. Learn about over 100 points of interest, while listening to local storytellers in a choice of six languages.
It's a game that will make use of your brain and creativity, but its also a great way to explore the city as you're being forced to actively look around you. At the end of it not only you will have "seen but also observed" in pure Sherlock Holmes fashion. The puzzles are solved using permanent features of the city and you'll work out your path as you go around from one clue to the next, unravelling the story and ultimately discovering the secret behind Sherlock Holmes.
Travel with the tour company named after Mary Queen of Scots. Free self-guided tour of Mary Queen of Scot's Edinburgh is included. Based in Mary's birthplace, Linlithgow.Discover the biography of Mary, Queen of Scots – one of Medieval Europe’s most fascinating monarchs. Follow in the footsteps of the queen who once claimed the crowns of four nations, and whose beauty and kindness captivated even her enemies. Learn the story of her tragic death, as you begin at her birthplace and end at one of her favourite retreats.
Come on an Edinburgh experience like no other for your visitor group!Your guide, Dr. Moray Grigor, is a local physician and folksinger with a passion for his native city, it's songs, stories and curiosities. In this tour he brings all this together, (with a little help from his mandolin!), taking you on a fascinating and fun trip down the historic Royal Mile. You'll hear songs, poems, and Old Town tales galore, and you'll hear not just English but the more German/Scandinavian sound of Old Scots, and Scotland's own Celtic language, Gaelic. Don't worry, though, all will be understandable, as we have a written guide including the songs and poems, translated into English (with many other languages available).As we tour, Moray will tell stories from each part of the Royal Mile, and you'll meet the characters whose legends live on in Edinburgh's story - including Rabbie Burns, Sir Walter Scott, John Knox, Jenny Geddes, David Hume, and more.Come on an Edinburgh tour like no other!
Summary of the plot: "Magic and Sorcery on Edinburgh"The horrible demon devourer of Halaraasch unicorns, has taken possession of Edinburgh and reigns as master of darkness over our pretty Scottish town.No wonder since it is here that was born the most famous of the children sorcerers: Harry Potter ....---> It's up to YOU to intervene from now!We need you! You are our only hope!Thanks to your magical talents, you go on an adventure in the city,you sneak in the crooked paths and the secret passages,you find the clues, you decipher the riddlesTo finally discover ...THE good and the only magic formula that will make this monster disappear forever ...IDEAL activity for families and children from 5 to 10 years, able to read and write and count to 10Of course accompanying adults can participate and help!