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The battles, beauty, and whisky: This is your perfect introduction to Scotland.You shed a tear as you hear the tales and tragedies of Scotland’s Jacobite Rising at the Culloden Battlefield. You try to take your best photo as you pass by Scotland’s famous mountains and castles. And you lick your lips as you drink in the spirit of Scottish whisky in Dufftown, ‘the Whisky Capital of the World’.What’s more, you get as close as possible to the legendary Loch Ness Monster on an optional boat trip.So, take this trip and enjoy the best of Scotland in a day.
Combine the majestic heights of Royal Deeside with the epic cliff-top site of Dunnottar Castle. For almost 150 years, the British royal family have travelled to the River Dee for their holidays.With almost unlimited cash and resources, why do they always come here?We think there’s an easy answer.This area encapsulates everything everyone loves about Scotland. You find grand castles enclosed by pine forests. You look up at the highest plateau in Britain in the Cairngorms National Park. And there’s enough nearby distilleries to satisfy any royal event.So, who wouldn’t want to escape to the fresh air of this location?On this tour, we combine her Majesty’s favourite holiday spot with a trip to Dunnottar Castle, one of the most historically important and visually arresting sights in Scotland.Hop aboard this tour, see an epic castle, and discover whether you have the same taste as the royals.
Although most famous for its castles, Scotland has an interesting culinary heritage. Get a true taste of the country during a full-day tour that visits the Glen Garioch Whiskey Distillery and three major historical attractions. Letting someone else drive means you’ll have more time to focus on northern Scotland’s stunning scenery and can skip worrying about getting lost on rural roads.
Whisky distilleries abound in Scotland and deciding where to go can be tricky, while driving between distilleries takes tastings off the table. That’s not a problem on this intimate small-group tour, as your driver-guide transports you to two specially selected distilleries in a top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach. There, learn about the history and production of whisky, before sampling for yourself.
Union Street is the main artery to the center of Aberdeen, a top shopping destination, and an area with a fascinating history. Discover more by opting for a self-guided audio tour. Benefit from the flexibility of being able to choose your start time, and stop for breaks whenever you like. Conveniently, the app plays audio at exactly the right time using smartphone GPS, and has offline access too. It’s a great way to tick off multiple top attractions, such as Gilcomston Church, St. Nicholas Cemetery, and Mercat Cross.
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.