Take a private tour from Edinburgh to Glasgow and explore this cosmopolitan city where you set the pace.Glasgow is Scotland’s largest City, a Victorian metropolis with a strong industrial heritage and impressive city centre. During the Industrial Revolution the city was at the centre of heavy engineering and shipbuilding. We'll explore the varied and interesting sights and sounds of this bustling and cosmopolitan destination and find out why the Glaswegians are considered the most friendly people in the Uk!We'll explore the big sights of the city including George Square, Kelvingrove Gallery, Clydeside and Glasgow Cathedral and will also venture to areas best known by the locals including trendy Ashton Lane, The Merchant City and the Southside.You can customise the itinerary to your interests and your knowledgable guide will ensure you get the most from your day.
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.
From Edinburgh, the rugged Scottish Highlands are well within reach—and this full-day, private tour takes the hassle out of planning a trip. In the morning, meet your guide at your hotel and hop aboard your private, air-conditioned vehicle. Over the course of the day, you’ll explore Stirling Castle, will see the Balquhidder Church Ruins, will look for Nessie at Loch Ness, will taste whisky at Dalwhinnie Distillery, and much more.
Explore Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Scottish Highlands on this 12-hour tour from Edinburgh exclusively for you and your group. Depart from Edinburgh on a luxury mini-coach and travel out into the Scottish Highlands to Glencoe with your guide. Stop at Fort Augustus on the banks of Loch Ness at marvel at the spectacular scenery, then continue on to explore the Cairngorms National Park. Admire the majestic mountain of Craig Meagaidh and continue through the Drummochter mountain pass to visit the Victorian town of Pitlochry. Group size limited up to 16 to ensure a personalised experience.
Hop aboard a luxury vehicle and benefit from the undivided attention of your guide on this private tour of Edinburgh. Explore the UNESCO-listed Old and New Towns, take in the views from Arthur’s Seat, and see attractions such as the Palace of Holyrood House, the Royal Mile, St Giles Cathedral, and Edinburgh Castle. Along the way, stop for lunch (own expense) at a local pub and enjoy a guided tour of a historic castle.
Explore Edinburgh without the hassle of planning on a private tour with door-to-door chauffeur service, bottled water, and complimentary wifi. Your drive and guide tailors the day’s itinerary according to your needs and interests, with potential stops ranging from Edinburgh Castle to Charlotte Square. Unlike impersonal large-group tours, this private experience ensures your guide’s full attention and a customized experience.
Follow in the footsteps of the heroes of Braveheart as you view the sites of Medieval battles with your private guide. Visit the locations where Scotland’s independence was won, on a personalized tour just for you. Ride in comfort in a luxury Mercedes to the Battle of Bannockburn, Wallace Monument, Stirling Old Bridge, and more.
Travel deep into the Highlands of Scotland on our monster-sized day tour. You will hear the legendary stories of the Jacobites, get a chance to spot the mythical Loch Ness Monster, as well as get lost in the beauty of Glencoe.It’s a tour packed with bewildering beauty and its perfect for those who are short on time and want to experience Scotland as much as possible.Places you explore:Callander, Loch Ba, Three Waters - waterfall, Glencoe, Laggan Locks, Fort Augustus, Loch Ness, Laggan Dam, Dalwhinney Distillery.• Full-day small group tour from Edinburgh (maximum 4 passengers)• Personalised attention, private tour (no one apart from you and your family members, friends will attend this tour)• You have more free time for sightseeing compared to similar bus tours• Enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your driver/guide on this small group tour• Mercedes V Class• Please note that tours stops and timings are flexible and for reference purposes only
Immerse yourself in the Medieval landscape as you embark on a private day tour of five historic Scottish castles. Maximize your time, and leave the crowded tour busses behind, as you venture to Midhope, Doune, Linlithgow, Aberdour, and Blackness Castles. Learn about the fascinating history behind each castle, and get the best viewpoints for taking photos. Your guide provides round trip transportation from Edinburgh for a seamless experience.
On this private tour we customise the day to suit your needs, whether its about golf, history, Scotland's oldest university, local food and drink or quaint fishing villages St Andrews has something for everyone and is a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of city.
Explore the Scottish countryside at your own pace with a private driver. Get picked up at your hotel in Edinburgh in an air-conditioned Mercedes Vito Tourer and set out towards Glencoe. The full-day itinerary can be customized according to your interests and includes seeing castles, lochs, and if you choose, a whisky distillery. Learn about Scottish history from your local guide.
Step back in time and enjoy an adventure around some of the spectacular filming locations featured in the hit TV show, set during the 18th Century Jacobite Risings.Knowledgable driver guide. Appropriate music played between attractions.Historical interludes on Jacobites and Scotland.
Swap the crowds on public transport for a stress-free way of exploring Scotland—a private tour in a premium minivan. This themed Mary Queen of Scots tour is ideal for history buffs, and especially travelers interested in the life of Scottish royalty. Visit multiple locations connected to Mary Queen of Scots, including Stirling Castle, Falkland Palace, and Edinburgh Castle.
There’s no need to coordinate your own visit to the blustery Scottish Highlands, Lochs, and whisky distilleries, when you can explore in luxury on this full-day, comprehensive, and customizable tour. Your local driver will tell stories as they transport your private tour group between attractions in comfort and style, freeing you up to enjoy the scenery and experience the best Scotland has to offer.
Short on time but still want to experience Edinburgh’s UNESCO-listed gems? No problem! Jump aboard a classic Mini Cooper for a private half-day tour of Edinburgh and zip around the sights in style. Hop out along the way to admire Edinburgh Castle, take in the views from Arthur’s Seat and stroll down the Royal Mile, then explore the lively Grassmarket and visit the waterfront neighbourhood of Leith. Finish your adventure by tucking into a delicious lunch or dinner (depending on option selected) of typical Scottish cuisine.
Fall in love with the flavorful Scottish cuisine on this delicious food tour in Edinburgh! Enjoy a selection of 10 tastings hand-picked by your foodie local host, just for you. From yummy must-tries like the hearty mac & cheese pie to unique dishes like haggis; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.During this culinary tour in Edinburgh, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around Summerhall, the vibrant multi-arts complex, and sample salmon on toast with local beer. Explore the offerings of cheese artisan, I.J. Mellis. And the cherry on top, do like the locals do and go for a Scotch whiskey tasting in a famous watering hole that gets you in the mood with a Scottish vibe.Try Clava Brie made from organic milk and pair that with Scottish oatcakes, and munch into deep-fried Mars bar. And that’s just the beginning; there’s more food to come! The foodie locals are ready give you the best tour!
Taste your way through Edinburgh on a private food and walking tour that can be fully customized to your preferences. In addition to navigating, your guide brings you to joints loved by locals and hidden gems often missed by visitors, from pubs to bakeries. The tour includes over 6 food tastings, which may include smoked Scottish salmon, haggis, neeps and tatties, and Scotch pies.
Explore the ancestral home of Scottish monarchs on a private full-day tour of the Fife Coast, Dunfermline, and St. Andrews. From Edinburgh, you’ll travel through the dramatic Scottish countryside and absorb panoramic views of the Forth Rail Bridge and the ruins of Dunfermline Abbey. Surrender to the picturesque charm of East Neuk, a rugged stretch of coastline peppered with quaint villages, and delve into the medieval history of St Andrews, considered the religious capital of Scotland. On this private tour, you’ll receive undivided attention from your guide.
Take a half-day tour out of Edinburgh to explore one of Scotland's top visited attractions, the historic and mysterious Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian. Pass by some of Edinburgh’s hidden gems along the route to and from Rosslyn.Learn 700 years of facinating history with mysterious connections to the Catholic Church including the secret society of The Knights Templar, discover the stories carved into the stonework and what could lie beneath the floor of Rosslyn.Travel past some of Edinburgh's hidden Gems as we travel to and from Rosslyn, including Craigmillar Castle and the picturesque village, now enclave of Edinburgh at Duddingston.
Visiting an unfamiliar city without knowing anyone there usually means relying on travel guides. Get a more personal experience in Edinburgh by spending time with a local Edinburgher who customizes your private, bespoke tour to your own interests. Go off the beaten path and discover locals' favorite spots.
Get ready for a unique Edinburgh experience and taste the best beers in town. Explore the city one gulp at a time and try out all of the locals’ favorites beers. Plus, get insights about the local breweries and the city’s beer culture. What can be better than that?Say "Slàinte" and kick-off your beer experience at a haunted pub located un an infamous historical area best known for its public executions. Try one of Stewart Brewing beers; your local host recommends, ‘Edinburgh Gold’ for a nice entry-level lager or ‘Radical Road’ for something a bit hoppier and more adventurous.If you are a big beer fan, Brewdog Cowgate is the place you need to go to. This innovative brewery created what it was once the world's strongest beer. Give its famous "Punk IPA" a try, or ask the staff for recommendations. The best part? Get useful tips from your local host about the best places to go out at night. From local bars to the newest party spots in town - it’s time to enjoy the vibrant nightlife!
The Scottish countryside is famous for being the filming location of the hit TV show Outlander. Travel between the real-life locations that Doune Castle and Wentworth Prison were based upon during a private day trip from Edinburgh, on which you’ll receive undivided from your guide.