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Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow 3 Days Scotland Private Tour

The Highlands is the epitome of Scotland. Big skies, sparkling countryside, great food, friendly people and the Scottish Highlands. A natural playground that begs to be explored, with the finest and most romantic castles. Edinburgh is the inspiring capital of Scotland where hundreds of years of history unite an unforgettable world-class city. The magnificent architecture of the city is shifting from the enclosures of the medieval Old City to the grace of the new Georgian City. Above all, Edinburgh Castle stands with its magnificent splendour. Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a compact and lively town but home to the world's largest arts festival. Glasgow is true heaven with excellent food, drinks and unforgettable experiences as well. The lush and beautiful land is full of green areas, evergreen forestry of the Highlands with their sweeping mountains and deep “lochs”, and its compact wildlands, the islands with lots of beautiful beaches and vast views. Oh, what views!

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  • What's included :
    • 3x Breakfast
    • 2x Dinner
    • Accommodation included: 2 nights
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • Private transportation
    • All Fees and Taxes
    • Entry/Admission - Edinburgh Castle
    • Entry/Admission - St. Margaret's Chapel
    • Entry/Admission - Cruise Loch Ness
    • Entry/Admission - Urquhart Castle
    • Entry/Admission - The National Wallace Monument
    What's excluded :

    • Day 1: Edinburgh Full Day Sightseeing Tour Featuring Edinburgh Castle Visit

      Stop At: Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
      Welcome to Scotland's inspiring capital, a world-class city in unforgettable surroundings, with centuries of history. There are hundreds and hundreds of places of interest in Edinburgh, the Highlands and Glasgow. The entire tour is based on sightseeing activity and we aim to show you as many places as we can. We surely can customize and set indoor visits for the selected places of interest based on what you wish to see and visit. This may affect the duration of your stay in Scotland. Just tell us and we would be pleased to update the itinerary accordingly. After a hearty breakfast, you will start your day in Edinburgh. Here on this tour, you will see some of the finest and cultural highlights of Edinburgh.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Pass By: Scottish National Gallery, The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL, UK
      The next landmark in Edinburgh would be the Scottish National Gallery. This spectacular collection of fine art in the country dates from the early Renaissance to the late 19th century is all here. The masterpieces from Raphael, Vermeer and Van Gogh, Monet and Gauguin are the most important artefacts in this immaculate art museum. The collection is rightly considered to be one of the best in the world for a nation of Scottish size.

      Pass By: Princes Street Gardens, Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 2HG, UK
      While proceeding you will notice a very pretty Floral Clock. Not only is the clock an impeccably tended floral appearance in the form of a clock, but it also indicates the right time. It was the first of its kind in the world to be commissioned in 1903. The hands of the clock, numbers and the display are growing, while photosynthesizing life. In 1973, the clock hands had a powerful engine installed. The mechanism of the clock had to be wound daily before that.

      Pass By: St John's Episcopal Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2 4BJ Scotland
      Your next stop is two iconic Churches of Edinburgh: St. John’s & St. Cuthbert’s. The first mention in the 8th century was created from St. Cuthbert's chapel. It is thought that there was a church at the same site that had been in use since 850 AD and therefore it was Edinburgh's oldest foundation building. As for the prosperous Scottish Episcopal Church St John’s, the masterpiece dominates the skyline of the West End of Princes Street and features beautiful stained-glass Ballantyne with numerous architectural features. St John's can be considered a new building with history dating back to 1792.

      Stop At: Edinburgh Old Town, Edinburgh EH1 Scotland
      Passing by premiere venue for live music events Usher Hall, you will then proceed to famous Grassmarket which is one of the most vibrant, picturesque and lively areas of Edinburgh's historic Old Town, behind Edinburgh Castle. The Grassmarket is a paradise for self-employed businessmen, designers and craftsmen. It is simply bursting with some of Edinburgh's best shops and restaurants as well as some well-known lively and eclectic bars.
      Duration: 30 minutes

      Pass By: McEwan Hall, Teviot Place Bristo Square, Edinburgh EH8 9AG Scotland
      Further down you will notice McEwan Hall. In 1897, William McEwan presented the McEwan Hall not only as a ceremonial room for graduates but also as a gift to the Edinburgh people. Sir Rowand Anderson designed this iconic Grade A building, featuring sophisticated interiors of William Palin. Actually, the building was completed in 1894 but the interior designs took another three years, with the centrepiece being 15 marvellously painted wall panels which form the vast dome.

      Stop At: Edinburgh Castle, Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NG Scotland
      Heading through the heart of Edinburgh, you will arrive at Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh Castle is a world-renowned Scottish icon and is a part of Edinburgh's World Heritage Site, both Old and New. The British Travel Awards have recently voted the UK's Top Heritage Attraction and the number one tourist attraction paid for by Scotland. This famous Scottish castle has a complex history of construction. Inside the castle, it’s a real treasure including the One o’clock Gun, (a tradition itself), National War Museum where the Scottish battle history goes back to 400 years, Regimental Museums, focusing on the proud history of Scotland, including the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, which in the 17th century were raised by order of Charles II to fight religious dissidents, and the Scots Gris, whose fervent courage was best demonstrated during the battle of Waterloo, The Great Hall full of ancient weapons and suits of armours,
      Duration: 3 hours

      Stop At: St. Margaret's Chapel, Castle Terrace, Edinburgh Scotland
      The oldest part, the Chapel of St Margaret, dates back to the 12th century; around 1510, James IV built the Grand Hall; the Regent Morton's Half Moon Battery of the late 16th century and the First World War the Scottish National War Memorial was built. The castle is home to the Honours of Scotland, the Stone of Destiny, Mons Meg, the well-known arms of the 15th century, the One O'Clock Gun and Scotland's National War Museum.
      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: The Scotch Whisky Experience, 354 Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NE Scotland
      Your next stop is just for over 25’s. You know Scotland is renowned for its whiskies. Scotch whisky has three different types: malt whisky (a single malt), grain whisky and whisky blends. But how different are they? You will find so many answers in The Scotch Whisky Experience. Take a bubbled ride through the virtual distillery, and become part of the whisky process.
      Duration: 30 minutes

      Pass By: Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, Castlehill, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2ND Scotland
      Edinburgh offers a mind-blowing experience in the heart of the city, Camera Obscura and the World of Illusions which is the perfect afternoon activity and is five floors of stunning optical illusions and visual delicacy for all ages. There's something for everyone from the legendary Magic Gallery, an interactive space to tantalise the senses, to exquisite views from the rooftop terrace to Edinburgh's famous Royal Mile and Castle. It takes around 2 hours for usual visits. Therefore, this will be left for a later visit if the time permits. In the adjacent building, you will notice the Hub. The beautiful setting and architecture of the Hub are not only an ideal place for holidays, weddings, gala dinners and truly unique events, but also for the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival. We surely can stop at the Café Hub for delicious cakes, coffees and delicious Scottish lunches on-site but we have so many things to do for today. Let's keep moving.

      Pass By: Gladstone's Land, 477B Lawnmarket Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2NT Scotland
      Next, you head to Gladstone's Land. A 500 year-old building is a stone's throw from the Castle, a testament to Edinburgh's old town tenement life. It was once owned by Thomas Gladstone, a merchant who extended the building and remodelled it into opulent apartments. There are several important features in the Gladstone Land. This building is one of the oldest on the Royal Mile where rich residential and businessmen live. You will hear about the inhabitants of the property's fascinating and sometimes scandalous lives. You will notice the Renaissance interiors from the 1620s are rarely hand-painted, really impeccable. You will also notice a golden prey bird hanging outside the house. You will learn the very sad but true story while passing the statue of loyal Greyfriars Bobby. A warm and heartfelt story of true friendship.

      Pass By: National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF Scotland
      Your next stop is the National Museum of Scotland where the wonders of nature, art, design, fashion, technology and science, are all part of the diverse collections, which will take you through the history of Scotland and around the world all under one single roof. This is an impressive museum that you will come and visit after your sightseeing tour.

      Pass By: St Cecilia's Hall & Music Museum, 50 Niddry Street Old Town, Edinburgh EH1 1LG Scotland
      You will visit St. Cecilia’s Hall & Music Museum, the collection of well-preserved instruments from early keyboards on display in a concert hall of the 18th century before heading to the Childhood Museum, which is indeed the Museum of every age. The collections contain teddy bears and lovely dolls dressed in the clothes of the period from the 18th century. Visitors like you will discover, among many other treasures, puppets, toy soldiers and small rudimentary cars with pedals. Some of the toys that are especially interesting for visitors are a 21-bedroom dollhouse and more than 2000 objects inside or a miniature 80's butcher and a little butcher inside. When you observe the evolution of toys in centuries, you come to the conclusion that children always have a soft spot for teddies and those with good imagination use a wooden spoon as a toy for centuries, despite the evolution of more and more realistic video games and dolls.

      Pass By: John Knox House Museum, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SR Scotland
      Proceeding to John Knox House that was one of Scotland's greatest cultural treasures and has become one of the dramatic events in Scotland's turbulent history since 1470. The house has been incorporated now in the Scottish Storytelling centre. Just enter this beautiful 15th-century palace to explore the conflicts of the oldest house in the Royal Mile. Walk in the footsteps of renowned people and listen in every room to the drama of the Reformation of Scotland. Look for the tricks and traps to fool intruders, hunt for the devil hiding in the ceiling of The Oak Room and try our portrait jigsaws that many visitors had stunned in the past.

      Pass By: The People's Story Museum, The Royal Mile, 163 Canongate, Edinburgh EH8 8BN, UK
      Through the Royal Mile, The People’s Story Museum will greet you. The name implies that the story tells of the lives, work and leisure history of the ordinary people of Edinburgh from the late 18th century until today through oral history, reminiscence and written sources. These shows include pictures, original objects, photographs and personal stories to show their fascinating city history. The collections concentrate on Edinburgh's history, culture, craft and trade, as well as more contemporary issues, events and views.

      Pass By: Greyfriars Kirkyard, Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh EH1 2QQ Scotland
      On the Royal Mile that lies in the heart of the city is Canongate Church which is an ecclesiastical and historic building of post-reformation significance for the City of Edinburgh. In 1691 the church was opened, and James Smith's design was unique among Scottish churches from the 17th century.

      Pass By: The Museum of Edinburgh, 142 Canongate Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH8 8DD Scotland
      Just across Canongate Church, you will notice the Museum of Edinburgh. The museum is housed in the huge and splendid Huntly House mansion of the sixteenth century. Because of the Latin inscriptions on its façade, the building is known as The Speaking House. The vast manor house contains a range of objects linked to the history and legends of Edinburgh including silver, ceramics and glass objects. In addition, several noteworthy articles exist, such as the original New Town or Old Town drawings from the sixteenth century, that date back to the time of Mary, Queen of Scots. In honour of Greyfriars Bobby, there is also an exhibition which is sad but shows loyalty.

      Pass By: The Scottish Parliament, Horse Wynd / Canongate, Royal MIle, Edinburgh EH99 1SP Scotland
      Just less than a minute ahead is the Scottish Parliament and the building was opened in 2004 and has since hosted more than 3 million visitors in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town and UNESCO World Heritage Site. We would be pleased to arrange a visit to the Scottish Parliament if you make an advanced booking.

      Pass By: Dynamic Earth, 112 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AS Scotland
      Your journey takes you to the journey of life on the earth. Get ready for the science experience of your life: Dynamic Earth is not a natural history museum, but it hits you. There is nothing different or more fascinating than the strange and beautiful world in which we live, which is what Dynamic Earth is going to tell you. Edinburgh's top visitor attraction will take you on a journey that takes you through time to witness planet earth's history. This interactive tour senses the heat and freshness of the polar ice at your fingertips before the collapse of the tropical rainforest and facing dinosaurs! As if this is not enough to take you into the nature of Scotland's only full-dome movie theatre of 360 degrees with an all-round visual experience.

      Pass By: Palace of Holyroodhouse, Canongate, Edinburgh EH8 8DX Scotland
      Next to Dynamic Earth, the Palace of Holyrood house greets the tourists. Holyrood Palace is the official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty the Queen. This fine palace is the home of Scottish royal history at the end of the historic Royal Mile in Edinburgh where visitors can explore, with a guide, 14 wonderful state apartments, romantic ruins of the Abbey of Holyrood, the 12th century and amazing gardens. Most famous as the home of Mary Queen of Scots, the Palace was the setting for a lot of dramatic events. The Queen now regularly uses the State Apartments for public ceremonies and official entertainment. This is another culture visit venue to make your Edinburgh tour memorable.

      Pass By: Burns Monument and Gardens, Murdoch's Lone Alloway, Ayr KA7 4PQ Scotland
      Proceeding to Regent Street will take you to Burns Monument. This is a small round temple of Neo-Greek style typical of Edinburgh in the Georgian era, built in honour of Robert Burns (1759- 1796), the Scottish national bard.

      Pass By: St Andrews house, 1 Hanover St, Edinburgh EH2 2DL, UK
      Situated on the slopes of the Calton Hill overlooking the city centre of Edinburgh, this monolithic art decorated building you will see is St. Andrew’s House. In 2016, the Scottish Office was originally home and remains an important office building of the Scottish Government. Three important sights such as Nelson Monument, National Monument and City Observatory are located on the Calton Hill overlooking the city. The House of St Andrew is the H.Q. Founded East of Princes Street at Calton Hill by the Scottish government would be our next landmark in Edinburgh. The imposing Orwellian hulk, built on the site of the old Calton Jail, was Europe's largest metal-framed structure when it was completed in 1939. The building was also occupied by the government departments that served Scotland in Edinburgh for the first time.

      Stop At: Waterloo Place, Eastern extension of Princes St., Edinburgh Scotland
      Visitors definitely need to reserve some more time to explore all the places of interest as Edinburgh is a large and magnificent city. After our traditional Scottish dinner experience near the hotel, our guests can enjoy Scotch Whisky Experience (optional) as well as spending free time in bustling Grassmarket. The rest of the night is yours or you may wish to join one of the spooky ghost tours. A spinal night with shimmering tales of torture and gamesmanship as you learn about the ghostly past of Edinburgh! Boo!
      Duration: 1 hour

      Meals included:
      • Dinner
      • Breakfast
      Accommodation included: Overnight in one of the 4-star national chain hotels in Edinburgh city centre for tonight.

      Day 2: The Best of Highlands - Inverness - Loch Ness - Urquhart Castle - Glencoe - National Wallace Monument

      Stop At: Scottish Highlands, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
      Today you will visit the highlands where you will be stunned by the spectacular view of the untouched beauty of nature and culture together. Simply the best of both worlds. After breakfast, your journey to the capital of the Highlands starts. After a 4 hr journey, you will arrive in the capital, Inverness that is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Scotland. It has all the advantages of urban living, but with all its beauty and nature right on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. No visit to the Highlands of Scotland is complete without a stay in Inverness they say. So true! Inverness means a "Mouth of the River Ness" a Gaelic word. The Ness River flows from Loch Ness into the Moray Firth, known by its Bottlenose Dolphin resident. After spending quality time and touring the capital you will travel along the scenic route for the embarkation point for your boat. We will depart from Edinburgh very early this morning.
      Duration: 45 minutes

      Stop At: Cruise Loch Ness, Canal Side, Fort Augustus PH32 4BD, UK
      Welcome aboard. You will join a cruise to see the iconic and pretty beautiful monster Ness on the famous Loch Ness. You will glide on the Loch and see the castle as well as passing by the deepest and most mysterious parts of Loch Ness during this one-hour spectacular journey. Now get your camera ready from here for breath-taking views of the historic Urquhart Castle. There are plenty of facts and legends you will learn on the trip. Don’t forget to have a quick look with on-board sonar for Nessie.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Urquhart Castle, A82, Drumnadrochit IV63 6XJ Scotland
      After your boat tour you will head towards your next stop, Urquhart Castle with its impressive medieval fortification in the region. The Castle of Urquhart has a long and bloody history, and is one of the largest castles and fortresses of medieval Scotland. Like so many of the Scottish castles, Urquhart is beautifully situated in terms of defence. It is located at the very edge of Loch Ness high above on a rocky peninsular. Excavations have shown settlements in this area as early as in 2000 BC, and a simple fort may have existed in the present castle during the 6th or 7th centuries.
      Duration: 1 minute

      Stop At: Glencoe, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
      Your tour in the Highlands continues with Glencoe, a tourist destination that is one of Scotland's most visited, is regarded by visitors as one of the most beautiful regions in Scotland. It was also the scene of one of the most brutal and bloody episodes in Scottish history. The deep valley and robust mountains of Glencoe, located in the beautiful Lochaber Geopark in the Highlands which was carved out by ice glaciers and volcanic explosions centuries earlier. The village of Glencoe is located between Loch Leven's banks and the mouth of its famous glen. The village is the ideal base for visits to the Outdoor Capital of the UK, Lochaber. Just take a deep breath of the fresh air and admire Mother Nature.
      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: Rannoch Moor Bridge, W Highland Way, Bridge of Orchy PA36 4AG, UK
      Your next stop is the key to the lochs of the Highlands, Rannoch Moor viewpoint. Here you will see the entrances of Loch Ba grabbing like fingers in this country by looking out over Rannoch Moor. Turn around slowly, and you'll see water from almost every angle whether loch (the lake), lochan (small lake), stream or bog. While some spots may look dry, the wetland will soon become clear on a short walk without proper boots. Rannoch Moor is 82% water or bog, which makes it the biggest bog area, the Everglades of Britain.
      Duration: 15 minutes

      Stop At: Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland
      Well, it was a very long but a very enjoyable day. After dinner, you definitely deserve to relax. Enjoy the rest of the night with the wonderful memories in your mind in Glasgow for tonight.
      Duration: 2 hours

      Stop At: The National Wallace Monument, Abbey Craig, Hillfoots Rd, Stirling FK9 5LF, UK
      Your next stop in the Highlands is an honourable landmark. The National Wallace Monument is a tower standing on Craig Abbey's shoulder and overlooking Stirling in Scotland, which was where the Scots were victorious in the Battle of Sterling. This stylish monument pays homage to Sir William Wallace, a Scottish hero from the 13th century with his three monument galleries. 2019 will be an unforgettable monument year as it marks the 150th anniversary of the Monument with a completely renovated interior gallery and a vast program of events not to be missed. If the time permits, you may be able to visit Keepers Lodge, The Hall of Arms, The Hall of Heroes, The Royal Chamber and the Crown together.
      Duration: 1 minute

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      • Dinner
      Accommodation included: Overnight in one of the 4-star national chain hotels in Glasgow city centre for tonight.

      Day 3: Full Day Glasgow Sightseeing City Tour

      Stop At: Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland
      Today is our last day of your tour. After breakfast you will start to explore the jewel of Scotland, that’s Glasgow. You know you will have a warm welcome in Glasgow, officially the most-friendly city worldwide, and so much to explore and enjoy in this lovely, dynamic town. Regardless of your visit, world-class visitors will find attractions, various neighbourhoods, impressive architecture, a constantly evolving food and drink environment and legendary nightlife. The city also has a seam stroke of amazing events and festivals throughout the year. Today's tour schedule is based on sightseeing in order to introduce as many places as possible in vibrant Glasgow. We will be more than happy to set some interior visits if you like. Please just let us know.
      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: George Square, George and St. Vincent Sts., Glasgow Scotland
      You will start with the main square in Glasgow, that’s George Square. The name is given to King George III. George Square was laid out in 1781 and today houses the Glasgow City Council 's central headquarters and boasts a large collection of statues and landmarks including Robert Burns, James Watt, Sir Robert Peel and Sir Walter Scott.
      Duration: 1 minute

      Stop At: Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Royal Infirmary Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0SF Scotland
      Your next stop is Glasgow Cathedral. This medieval cathedral has been constructed and marks the birthplace of Glasgow's town on the site of St. Kentigern's tomb. Glasgow is the only one in the Scottish continent that survives the Reformation of 1560, one of Scotland's most beautiful medieval buildings. Next, you will head to Merchant City. When roads come to life with an atmosphere of carnival during the annual Merchant City Festival (July / August), the area is vibrant and most colourful. The festival is a centrepiece of the cultural calendar of the city and it offers some of the best international and Scottish arts and activities and great activities for families.
      Duration: 1 minute

      Pass By: The Barras Market, 242 Gallowgate, Glasgow G1 5DX, UK
      Proceeding to The Barras, in the eastern end of Glasgow, Barras is the main street and indoor weekend market. The term barra means "barrow "in the glass path, which relates to the early years of the market when traders sold their goods by cart. The district itself, where the market is located, is sometimes described as Barrowland, officially known as Calton.

      Pass By: Glasgow Green, 90 Greendyke Street, Glasgow G1 5DB Scotland
      Proceeding further on is Glasgow Green which is by far the oldest park in the city and is located a few steps east of the Saltmarket city centre. The Lottery Heritage Fund, which provides a catalyst for local district restoration, is now undergoing a Renaissance with major investments.

      Pass By: St Enoch Shopping Centre, St. Enoch Centre 55 St. Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4BW Scotland
      At the end of the tour, St. Enoch Centre, home to many major brands such as H&M, Superdry and Topshop, with essential fashion accessories Folli-Follie, Moriconi and Fossil could be your final stop for some personal free time and shopping before you return to London. Fashions from all over High Street would wait for you here. St. Enoch Centre is home to some of Scotland's most iconic children's shops, including Hamleys, Disney and Mothercare. Fashion shows, visits to characters, food events and celebration visits and exciting events always occur in St. Enoch.

      Pass By: SEC Centre, Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW, UK
      Your next stop will be Glasgow’s largest exhibition centre in Scotland in the Finnieston district on the north bank of Clyde River SECC. SEC Centre was originally known as the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. It is one of the three most important venues on the Scottish Event Campus. SECC has hosted concerts such as Luciano Pavarotti, Bolshoi Ballet and the Opera and Bryan Adams. The SECC is also considered one of the hubs of Glasgow's European City of Culture.

      Pass By: The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel, Riverside Museum 100 Pointhouse Place, Glasgow G3 8RS Scotland
      Do you like cars or other transportation vehicles? Here is the place: Riverside Museum, Glasgow's award-winning Transportation Museum by the River Clyde. More than 3000 objects, from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to handkerchiefs and cars to storm trucks, have been on display. Interactive displays are simply fun. Take the streets of Glasgow to the shops, bar and metro. Climb on a train, tram or bus and feel for old public transportation. Discover the rich history of Glasgow ship buildings, explore the walls of cars and motorcycles and help fire our interactive fireworks.

      Pass By: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove Art Galleries Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG Scotland
      Next, we head to Kelvingrove Museum Opened in 1901, Kelvingrove Museum is a favourite of local citizens and visitors. The architecture is amazing and family-friendly. From Ancient Egypt to Charles Rennie Mackintosh and other 22 galleries from art to animals is simply impeccable. Also, the museum has a new temporary exhibition and other important displays for art lovers in Glasgow.

      Pass By: Kelvin Hall 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AW Scotland
      Your next stop is a green way of Glasgow, that’s Kelvin Way. On the northern bank of the Kelvin River, Kelvin Walkway extends from Belmont Bridge in the middle of the western end to the abandoned railway bridge over the river that once went from Maryhill to the Botanical Gardens along a dissolved route. On this stretch of the river, the footpath crosses some very interesting and picturesque sites. It's a little-known treasure from the west end of Glasgow, just a stone's throw from the centre at Byres Road across the Botanical Gardens. Unfortunately, your time is limited so you will have to come back to visit this jewel of Scotland sometime with us again. (Please also don’t forget that we can always customise this trip based on your expectations). You will also pass Byres Road during your sightseeing.

      Pass By: Charing Cross, Glasgow G2 4PR, UK
      Your next stop is Charing Cross. A major highway crossing in Glasgow is Charing Cross. It also was the site of a series of sensational murders that scandalized the Victorian society in the so-called Square Mile of Murder.

      Pass By: The Willow Tea Rooms, 97 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 3HF, UK
      Let’s move quickly. Close to George Square is the very yummy and traditional spot that’s Willow Tea Rooms, honoured by the visit of the Royal Family in 2017. Tea rooms are the catalyst for the restoration of the part of Glasgow’s Scottish culture and will be attracting domestic and international visitors as a focus of Cultural Tourism. The Tea Rooms are modelled on the fabulous interior from the White Dining Room and the Chinese (Blue) Room in the early 1900s in Ingram Street Tea Rooms in Kate Cranston. You definitely wish to try their signature tastes in a very traditional atmosphere.

      Pass By: Theatre Royal, Glasgow G2 3PT, UK
      You will then head to the Theatre Royal Glasgow. The Royal Theatre belongs to the Scottish Opera and is the oldest and longest opera theatre in Glasgow. Currently, 1,541 people work in the theatre and it was named in 1867.

      Pass By: The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3NY, UK
      Your final stop is Royal Concert Hall of Glasgow that is one of the best-known venues in Scotland, with almost 250 concerts per annum and located in the heart of town. This is why Glasgow is called one of the cultural and natural jewels of Scotland. Now that you have seen the landmarks of Glasgow on a tour, it's time to let you see and visit the most desirable places you want. After a while, you will meet up in front of Glasgow's trendy shopping mall St. Enoch Centre. Time is yours, the town is yours. Go visit and explore.

      Stop At: St. Enoch Centre, 55 St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4BW, UK
      In the afternoon, you will either depart by coach or high-speed train (depending on the number of participants in your group) from Glasgow to London. We will be in London after midnight. We hope you enjoyed our cultural and nature trip to Scotland.
      Duration: 2 hours

      Meals included:
      • Breakfast
      No accommodation included on this day.
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      Traveler pickup is offered
      - Hand sanitizers and masks will be available in our vehicles for the best hygiene practice.- Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time and let the lobby staff know that you are expecting a tour guide. If you will be picked up from the airport, your guide will meet you in the arrival hall of the airport accordingly. Airports
      • Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh EH12 9DN Scotland
      • Glasgow Airport, Glasgow, Paisley PA3 2ST, UK
      • Inverness Airport, Dalcross, Inverness IV2 7JB, UK
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      • Service animals allowed
      • Infants must sit on laps
      • Infant seats available
      • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
      • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
      • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
      • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
      • Face masks required for guides in public areas
      • Face masks provided for travelers
      • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
      • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
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      • Guides required to regularly wash hands
      • Regular temperature checks for staff
      • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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      • For healthier travel experience, we will be upgrading our standard vehicles to SUVs, MPVs and Vans for 8 people or less and 16 or 33 seater minibuses for 9 people or more, both options at no extra cost. All medical regulations will be adhered to during this time until further notice for your safety.
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