Aproveite ao máximo o seu tempo no porto com uma excursão em terra de um dia inteiro saindo de Glasgow pela paisagem campestre da Escócia. A bordo de um ônibus confortável, passeie pelas Terras Altas da Escócia até o Castelo Doune e o famoso Castelo de Stirling, local de coroação de Maria, Rainha dos Escoceses. Ouça sobre a guerra lendária que sacudiu a região e depois continue até o Parque Nacional Trossachs para uma parada na encantadora vila de Aberfoyle e Loch Lomond.
Excursão em terra de dia inteiro ao Castelo de Stirling, ao Parque Nacional Trossachs e ao Loch Lomond
Divirta-se no cenário da bela paisagem escocesa
Explore os pontos turísticos do Castelo de Stirling, incluindo o Palácio James V, um dos melhores exemplos da arquitetura renascentista da Escócia.
Tire fotos do histórico Castelo Doune e veja o gado das Terras Altas em Kilmahog
Aproveite o tempo livre para explorar a pitoresca vila de Aberfoyle no Parque Nacional Trossachs
Chegue perto do maior lago da Escócia, o Loch Lomond
Coberto pela política sem preocupações da Viator: retorno garantido no prazo para o seu navio
Sua excursão terrestre de 7,5 horas em Glasgow começa com o embarque matinal do Porto de Greenock. Encontre seu guia e embarque no ônibus com ar-condicionado para um curto passeio pelo rústico interior escocês até Stirling. Sua primeira parada é no Castelo de Stirling, uma fortaleza medieval e antiga residência da realeza escocesa, incluindo Maria, Rainha dos Escoceses. Com as suas 1,5 horas de tempo livre aqui, passeie pelos jardins e tire fotos, ou compre um passeio interior opcional e veja algumas das salas espectaculares, incluindo o Grande Salão e o Palácio de James V. Aprenda sobre a história colorida do local, repleta de batalhas como a Batalha de Stirling Bridge, liderada pelo lendário William Wallace. Em seguida, continue para Doune Castle para outra oportunidade de foto única. Depois, siga para o país selvagem, passando por colinas e pastos verdejantes até Kilmahog, à beira do Parque Nacional Trossachs. Enquanto o seu treinador viaja pelas Terras Altas, admire os pontos turísticos naturais e culturais como 'pequeninos coos peludos' (gado) com casacos longos e grossos contra um cenário de tirar o fôlego. Seu guia especializado narrará a jornada pelo Parque Nacional Trossachs, dando um contexto histórico ao ambiente atual, como a doce vila de Aberfoyle, aninhada na floresta. Explore a cidade e pegue um almoço (por conta do visitante) antes de ir para o Loch Lomond, a última parada da sua viagem. Passeie pelas margens deste lago tranquilo e compre um pouco de uísque local. Sua viagem de dia inteiro termina com o serviço de retorno ao porto de Greenock, chegando à noite. Excursão Terrestre sem Preocupações: Garantiremos seu retorno oportuno ao porto de Greenock para essa atividade. No raro caso de sua nave ter partido, providenciaremos o transporte para o próximo porto de escala. Se o seu navio estiver atrasado e você não puder participar desta atividade, seu dinheiro será reembolsado. Veja nossos termos e condições para detalhes completos.
This was a fabulous tour and our first stop in scenic Scotland. The scenery to each site was stunning and the information and commentary provided by our guide Stephen was exceptional. Stirling Castle is well worth a visit and was one of our favourite stops during our 2 week holidays. We had high expectations of Scotland and this tour and our friendly knowledgeable guide helped to exceed our expectations.
The Castle was great but needed more time there as lots to see. Our Guide, Daniel was very nice and knowledgeable. We stopped at a small town for lunch but was disappointed with his suggestion. He should have given us more information and choices. Unfortunately we had a very rainy day so the visit to Loch Lomond was disappointing. Turned out to be just a bland shopping stop. Maybe the tour should have had another option for bad weather.
The Tour guide and Driver were fantastic. We wished we could have had some time in Glasgow or at least a panoramic tour of the city. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs were not very good attractions for us. Not much to see or do, just a shopping stop, that's why only 4 *s.
This tour was very good. We were met at the port gate after disembarking from Crown Princess. David and James were very good and very entertaining and made everything as comfortable as possible since it was raining when we had this tour. I would recommend this tour.
Glasgow Shore Excursion: Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Stirling Castle
, mai 2019
Excellent value - Guide and Driver - pleasant, informative, and very entertaining. Stirling Castle should not be missed. Coach has internet access.
Loch Lomond a disappointment - not much to see in the time allotted, and very dependent on the weather.
We arrived at the meeting point on time, but were amongst the last out of the tour group to arrive. As every seat on the bus was sold, we ended up squashed on the back seat of the bus. Not only was this uncomfortable, but we couldn't take any pictures on route as we weren't by a window - not a good start.
We first headed for Stirling Castle, which we had pre-ordered tickets for. Although the castle setting was spectacular on top of a hill, and it was almost entirely preserved, the castle interiors were very sparsely furnished, which was a bit of a disappointment. Also, it would have been better if we had a quick photo stop, to get a shot of the castle from a distance - as we left we could see it behind us up on the hill, but we couldn't get a photo.
We then stopped for an hour for lunch in a small village called Aberfoyle, which had the Scottish Wool Centre and a few restaurants.
Next we drove through the spectacular Trossachs, but took no photos as we weren't by a window. We then had a short photo stop for a hotel that looked like a castle - The Trossachs Hotel?.
We then continued on and the drove alongside Loch Lomond, before we arrived at the village of Luss, our only Loch Lomond stop. Here, we had 20 minutes to walk by the lake and explore the scenic village, which was not really enough time to appreciate it.
We then went back to Greenock, arriving late in the afternoon.
Although the excursion gave us a good appreciation of the area, it was disappointing due to our seating on the bus - a window seat would have given us a better experience. I know it's all about the money, but you should keep the back seat of the bus free.
We started the day with our guide, Paul dressed in Scottish clan clothing. He did an excellent job guiding the tour, relating history and keeping interest level high. Our first stop, Stirling Castle was very interesting and educational. We went from there to a drive through, The Trossachs, a national park of sorts... We saw a large variety of plants, floral and fauna on a very winding road. After a lunch stop in the village of Alberfoyle, and some shopping at the Woolen Mills, we then headed on a drive an eventual stop at Loch Lomond. The part seemed unnecessary. At one of our stops, our driver, demonstrated some native Scottish arms, and swords... There was interest in that.
This was our first visit to the area, so we were looking for a guide who was knowledgeable and thorough - and enjoyable. Eric was all of those things and more!! We saw everything we had hoped to see and more, including shaggy cows and Clydesdale horses in the fields. At the castle we learned so much about Scottish history; and we experienced all the beauty of the area on our drive through the national park and at the lake. I cannot rate this trip too highly!!
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