My Scotland for groups.

A bus tour that is funny, a bus tour which is nice. Yes, as you can see visit wonderful places with delightful people.

 

Let’s get going!

Day 1

30_TW-2_CTROWe start our shared Scotland adventure and sail to Edinburgh. A beautiful city with many unique attractions. Anyone who visits here always returns. After a relaxed welcome dinner, we regain our strength in the cosy beds of our Scottish hotel, dreams full of anticipation for the next day.

Day 2

edinburgh-BluetenAfter a typical breakfast, we make our way to the exciting city tour. See, hear, marvel. In Edinburgh awaiting at every little corner is a Scottish speciality. Whether architecture, nature or people, Scotland is simply Scotland and Edinburgh a very special. You’ll have the time to enjoy your own free time. Strolling, shopping or have a drink or a cup of tea, all you enjoy won’t be cut short. In the evening we can again finish together in the hotel.

Day 3

FalklandOur tour happily continues, as we travel to the next station, St. Andrews. A small town on the east coast of Scotland, this enchanting town is surrounded by beautiful countryside. As always, there’s many Scottish discoveries to make. Then we visit Falkland Palace, a former hunting lodge of the Scottish Kings. We will walk in the footsteps of Scottish history, diving into the past and present. Falkland lies near the foot of the Lochland Hills, in the heart of the country. You’ll love it! Our next stop is Pitlochry. A magical, small town, famous for its salmon ladder and countless colours cheerful flowers. A day full of typical Scottish vacation memories to last forever. We can be happy to pass the evening in a nice hotel in Newtonmore Revue. Newtonmore is located in the Scottish Highlands and is known for its vast forests and hiking trails.

Day 4

StonebridgeA new day, a new tour! The first highlight is the Open Air Museum in Newtonmore. A historical insight into the lives of people from the past. We travel through the legendary Highlands and stay in Aviemore, a historical Scottish town in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park. Our next stop is Carrbridge, well known for its landmark, the oldest bridge in the Highlands. Our next visit to the Knockando Woollen Mill in Speyside, a ancient mill which still produced on traditional way with looms ensuring the right fabric. After such an adventurous day we relax together in a beautiful hotel in Speyside, regaining strength for the next trip.

Day 5

Tag5The wanderlust awakens us in the morning, and we start directly on the road to Huntly, a historic town with many attractions in the region Aberdeenshire. What would Scotland be without whisky? We will see whisky distilled in the flesh at the Glendronach Distillery, founded in 1826. Here you can experience how the ancient craft is celebrated with the love and skill of the creators. From there it’s on to Gardenstown, Crovie and Pennan. Three small, very attractive villages on the north coast of Aberdeenshire, inviting you to unwind and enjoy. We then stop in Cullen, an idyllic spot on the south shore of the Moray Firth. Again, you shall feel at home instantly. Our last stop on this day is Elgin, the largest town in Moray. With numerous sights and impressions its perfect for a short holiday trip. Tired but happy we stay at our hotel in Lossiemouth, a coastal village. Who doesn’t like a sea breeze through your hair?

Day 6

brodiecastleWhat would Scotland without its castles and clans? Let’s go to Brodie Castle, an imposing castle built in the 16th century by the same communities. Antiques, art and ceramics take their inquisitive visitors on a journey into a bygone era. Our next trip are Inverness and Culloden. Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, serves as a hub for the north of Scotland. Culloden serves as a real piece of history of our beloved country. Then we travel to Strathpeffer, a small town, which was due to its sulphur springs very popular in the Victorian era as a seaside resort. Friends of nature and architecture enthusiasts will get a lot out of Corrieshalloch. The national nature reserve will leave you speechless. Crowning the day tour we find the hotel in Ullapool, a wonderful seaside village on Loch Broom in the north-west Highlands.

Day 7

TPO-Slider-Home-4Fuelled up and ready to go? Let’s go on Tour! Today we visit the Inverewe Garden Poolewe, considered one of the northernmost botanical gardens in the world. Thanks to its coastal location, be surprised by its diverse flora, untypical for Scotland. Have you ever visited a small, quaint fishing village? We pick up right after and go to Shieldaig, the nature reserve on the southern shore of Loch Torridon, ideal for a break in the beautiful countryside. We continue to Eilean Donan Castle, a castle on a small promontory that is at high tide on a tiny island, its an incredible natural spectacle. This beautiful dream day has to come to an end, and we stay in a charming hotel in the Skye area of Scotland, a truly magical place for nature lovers and hikers, with impressive vistas as far as the eye can see.

Day 8

GlenCoeWanderlust knows no limit. We start full of energy for the new Adventure. Let’s go with the Armadale ferry and the wind in your face, a unforgettable holiday moment. Do you know the famous ” Harry Potter Bridge “? It’s high time that you did! .The Glenfinnan Viaduct is a 380m long railway bridge, which served as a railway line for the Hogwarts Express in the magical movies of the young wizard. After this experience of concentrated magic, we continue to Glen Coe, a unique valley in the Scottish Highlands. Afterwards, we head to Tyndrum, a small village on the West Highland Way, very popular with hikers and nature lovers. As our day comes to a close, we are found in the north-west of Glasgow in Loch Lomond area. They say the Loch Lomond is the most beautiful lake in Scotland. Have a look and decide for yourself!

Day 9

glasgow

INFO

Length of Tour: 9 Days

Participants: 16 – 45 Pax

Distance: ca. 900 km

Price per Person: group trip on request

Tour starts Edinburgh or Glasgow

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Let us travel together and learn from nature, the country and the people.
Scotland is always worth a visit!