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Scotland well known for its beauty and unique culture. Historically rich a land of Cassel and indentations With numerous islands, varying in size from mere rocks to the large landmasses to be explored with mind pleasing landscapes.



4 Days & 3 Nights 


DAY 01

London – Lake District – Glasgow – City Tour

This morning, meet your tour director and commence your journey towards Lake District. The Lake District is England’s largest National Park and is famous for its breath-taking scenery, abundant wildlife and cultural heritage. After lunch, take a boat cruise on one of the lakes. Continue your journey further north of the UK, and arrive at the electrifying financial capital of Scotland. Upon arrival in Glasgow embark on a city tour to visit the Cathedral, City Chambers, George square & the famous University of Glasgow.


DAY 02

Loch Lomond – Glencoe – Nevis Range – Spean Bridge 

After breakfast, drive through the famous Loch Lomond & Trossachs national park. Admire the breath-taking views and understand the mysteries which lie beneath this famous national park. Continuing your journey, drive along the chilling surroundings of Glencoe, well known for its tragic atrocities which took place in 1692. Time permitting, we may have a break on the way for a brief photo stop. Continuing your journey through the Grampian Mountains, arrive at Nevis Range, home to the largest mountain in the UK. Experience a cable car ride on Nevis Range, Britain’s only mountain gondola cable car. After lunch depart Nevis Range, and drive to Spean Bridge for a photo opportunity of Ben Nevis and the statue in the memory of the commando who died in the second World War. Later, continue your journey back towards Glasgow.


DAY 03

Edinburgh Castle – Battle of Bannockburn – Stirling Castle – Wallace Monument 

This morning we drive to Edinburgh. First stop will be the Edinburgh castle, built on a volcanic rock, admire the beautiful views and structures of the castle from inside. Catch a glimpse of the Scottish Crown Jewels and understand the historical importance of the Scottish democracy. Descend on Castle Hill and walk along the cobbled Royal Mile, seeing St. Giles Cathedral and its crown shaped spire. Enjoy the sound of bagpipes as you walk along the Royal Mile, and don’t forget to buy your very own Scottish Kilt. Later continue for an orientation tour, where you visit the famous Carlton hill. Continue your journey crossing over the Forth Bridge to Stirling. Visit the Battle of Bannockburn field where one of the King of Scots, Robert the Bruce, faced King Edward II fought battles for the freedom of Scotland. Take a picture with his statue and learn more form the visitor centre. View Stirling castle (from outside), one of Scotland’s grandest castle due to its imposing position and impressive architecture that sits on its high volcanic rock. Later view the National Wallace Monument tower (from outside), a national landmark where visitors discover the life legacy of the patriot Sir William Wallace. 


DAY 04

Scottish Whisky Distillery – Gretna Green – London 

This morning we visit the Scottish Whisky distillery where you will have the opportunity to taste fine whisky. Late morning, head towards Gretna Green, where you will find The Old Blacksmith’s Shop. Famous for its runaway weddings, explore the blacksmith shop where weddings have been conducted for many centuries (if time permits). After lunch, head south towards London going past Hadrian’s Wall. You proceed towards your final destination. Your tour ends here and bid farewell to all friends you have made on the tour.

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