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What's Included

  • Your own tour co-ordinator
  • 3-star handpicked accommodation
  • Full Scottish breakfast each morning
  • All evening meals
  • Entry into all named attractions
  • A luxury touring vehicle
  • Your own driver/tour guide
  • Maximum of 8 people per vehicle

£1960 per person (based on 2 sharing)

Spaces: 2
Start Date: 9th June 2018
Duration: 6 nights
Departing: Glasgow/Edinburgh

7 Day Best of Scotland & Outlander Tour

This 7 day journey is an incredible introduction to Scotland. Explore and experience the many different aspects that Scotland has to offer; the fabulous scenery of our National Parks and enchanting Glencoe, beautiful Loch Lomond and Loch Ness, the charming traditional communities of Inveraray, Pitlochry and Fort Augustus, historic Culloden Battlefield and Eilean Donan Castle and the vibrant centres of Inverness, Stirling and Edinburgh.

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Day 1

Edinburgh & Rosslyn Chapel

Day 1 we begin with a visit to 15th century Rosslyn Chapel made famous by Dan Brown's book ‘The Da Vinci Code’. Later we visit historic Edinburgh Castle and enjoy a relaxing walk down the Royal Mile with the charming medieval architecture of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. You may wish the opportunity to do some speciality shopping in Scotland’s capital. Overnight Edinburgh.

Day 2

Edinburgh - Stirling

Day 2 we head out to view the famous Forth Rail Bridge and then the rustic village of Culross in Fife (Cranesmuir, home to Geillis & Arthur Duncan) and impressive Culross Palace (Claire works in its herb garden at fictional Castle Leoch). After lunch we head for Stirling Castle and then Doune Castle near Callander (Castle Leoch, home to Colum MacKenzie and his clan). Overnight nr Stirling.

Day 3

Stirling - Inverness

Day 3 takes us into the Highlands of Scotland as we visit Dunkeld and the charming Victorian town of Pitlochry. Later we visit beautiful Blair Castle, home to Europe’s only private army and spend the afternoon walking the battlegrounds at Culloden where you will learn more about the fate of the Jacobites that fought here in 1746, and then Inverness. Overnight Inverness.

Day 4

Inverness - Balmacara

Day 4 is a relaxing journey to the Isle of Skye via Loch Ness where we will stop at the charming village of Fort Augustus on the southern shores. After lunch we head through Glenshiel, admiring this stunning landscape. The scenery changes as we near the rugged west coast and we will spend the afternoon visiting iconic Eilean Donan Castle, long held by the Mackenzies of Kintail. Overnight nr Skye

Day 5

Skye Day

Day 5 is a pleasant tour of the Isle of Skye; over the Skye Bridge and passing through Broadford and then on to the Island’s main settlement, Portree, with its colourful harbour front. Heading further north we take in the most fabulous scenery and seascapes including the Cuillin Mountains and visit Dunvegan Castle to make this a day to remember. Overnight nr Skye.

Day 6

Skye - Ballachulish

Day 6 takes us back to the mainland by ferry, arriving in the small fishing village of Mallaig before heading through Glenfinnan on our way to Fort William. At the head of Loch Shiel is the Glenfinnan Monument which marks the place where Prince Charles Edward Stuart, ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’, raised his standard at the beginning of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. Overnight nr Glencoe.

Day 7

Ballachulish - Glasgow/Edinburgh

Day 7 is a fabulous journey through the Scottish landscape, taking in the stunning scenery of Glencoe and Rannoch Moor to the beautiful lochside village of Inveraray with its famous castle. Later, we explore the mountains, glens and lochs of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and take in Linlithgow Palace (where Jamie is imprisoned in Outlander Season 1). End in Edinburgh

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