Besøk Rosslyn Chapel og bli kjent med sannheten om den hellige gralen på en «Da Vinci-kode»-tur til det skotske grenselandet. Du vil høre den sanne historien om berømte Rosslyn Chapel og besøke den deilige byen Melrose på denne lille gruppeturen.
There is beautiful country side to see The tour was informative and our guide was very knowledgeable We spent hour and a half in both places which was enough to see the sites. The only down side was there was no real link to the DaVinci code during the talks. Historically very informative 4.5 /5 for this tour Worth it just don’t expect the daVinci experience
I definitely would recommend this tour--I only gave it 4 stars, because we only spent a little over an hour at Roselyn Chapel and would have loved to stay longer--it was not enough time. The guide was entertaining and knowledgeable--booked through Viator and Rabbies was the name of the tour company--definitely recommend them!
I had really looked forward to this tour and was not disappointed. Mr. Creighton the tour guide was very informative and funny with a lot of knowledge of the area and the history. Loved Scott's View - what a wonderful vista of the countryside! Rosslyn Chapel did not disappoint, either. What a beautiful old church. So much history and so many beautiful carvings. Well worth the day to see all this.
Grant Burns, our tour guide, was informative, enthusiastic, and funny. His mix of music all Scottish artists on the bus drive provided a wonderful backdrop to the bonny beautiful Scottish landscape. We visited Melrose, a delightful Scottish town, with a wonderful damaged Abby church for exploring. Finally, we visited the captivating, Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by the book and film The Da Vinci Code.
Tour contact was smooth. Small group was nice, however the seats on the van were tight and we are not larger people. Travel and guide was excellent with humor. Informative and knowledgeable of the sites. He was patient at all stops and answered questions. Nice that we had a quick circular tour of the Melrose town for others not interested in the abbey. The Roslyn Chapel stop was too long for two of the seven in our group with two others that did not go in, however interested in the perimeter of the chapel. I thought the Roslyn Chapel, while informative and reasonable price to go in, was a bunch of iffy information. i.e. this happened perhaps, or this could have been. A lot of speculation that made good stories. Clean and professional site.