Tours from Scotlands Cities

March 20, 2013

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Holiday Scotland are please to provide quality tours from your favorite cities in Scotland, we provide and extensive list of tours in Scotland from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness. So if you are planning a city tour of Scotland and want to venture further a field into the Scottish Highlands and onto whisky distilleries we have the perfect tours of Scotland for you. Or you can just stay in the City and discover the city and its surroundings with some of our special city tours. Holiday Scotland uses some of Scotland’s best tour companies so you can be sure to have an enjoyable and safe holiday touring Scotland.

Tours from Inverness

Visit Inverness, also known as The Capital of the Highlands, and stay in some luxurious hotels in this vibrant Scottish city, Inverness is the perfect place to take a break. The Scottish highlands are on your doorstep full of culture and enthralling history and home to some of the most breath taking landscapes in Europe. Inverness offers many options for full day tours from the city heading in all directions around this stunning area of Scotland. From a cruise tour to Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle, or a full day Tour heading westwards towards the beautiful Isle of Skye and Eilean Donan Castle. There is also a stunning 14 hour tour to the island of Orkney, however if you prefer to use Inverness as a starting place to enjoy your tour of Scotland you can book anything from 3 day tours to one or two week tours. You can also arrange a bespoke tour starting from the city, and you can Contact us for further information regarding tailor made tours of Scotland

 

 

Tours from Edinburgh

When visiting Edinburgh you will be surprised at the amount of things to do in the city, you are literally spoilt for choice, and this is why Edinburgh is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Scotland. You have a great selection of Edinburgh tours to choose from, there are open top bus tours that take you around some of the most popular sights of the city, you can visit the Royal Mile and even tour beneath the city in the underground vaults, defiantly a spooky experience and Edinburgh has plenty of ghost tours too if you fancy something different. This historic city in Scotland can also be a great location for many other tours to Scotland and provides an excellent base with its choice of great hotels, visit further into Scotland with some excellent tours of Scotland to loch Ness, Glencoe, or the Western isles. Visit Whisky Distillery tours and learn all about Scotland’s water of life, use Edinburgh as your starting point for your holiday to Scotland and book a tour around Scotland visiting some of Scotland’s magnificent holiday locations, Holiday Scotland can help you book any of these tours, and you will find many choices on our tour pages.

 

 

Tours from Glasgow

The historical city of Glasgow is a great location for tours of Scotland, an ideal location for Stirling Castle and a fairly short drive to Glencoe, Oban and other attractions on the West coast. The city itself provides you with plenty to do from Museums and Art Galleries and really nice open top bus tours. Glasgow is also a nice place to start a tour of the famous whisky isle of Islay home to brands like Ardbeg, laphroaig, Lagavulin and Bruichladdich to name a few, Choose a nice hotel in Glasgow book your preferred tour and sit back and enjoy its as simple as that. The city is full of nightlife and culture and you will always find plenty to do, another great and very close tour is a must do trip to Loch Lomond, take lovely boat rides on the Loch or tour all around this stunning area, Loch Lomond is absolutely beautiful and easily reached from Glasgow. Altogether Glasgow is the ideal base to discover and tour Scotland, and Holiday Scotland can help you find the perfect tour from this city, we can provide tours of one day to two weeks whatever you choose, Visit out tour pages for these tours or contact us if you require anything special, we are here to help.

 

 

Tours from Aberdeen

Aberdeen is a vibrant modern city full of life, surrounded by National parks and some of Scotland’s greatest Landscapes, the city is also full of historical buildings with their granite grey architecture. Aberdeen is Scotland’s Third largest city, And within this wonderful area of Scotland you have easy access to the Cairngorm national Park and Royal Deeside, you can visit Balmoral and other grand castles and houses. Within easy access of the Spey valley tours From Aberdeen to many of Scotland best Distilleries are only a short drive away, discover the Spey Valley Whisky Trail and enjoy tours to Glenfiddich, Glelivet and many more smaller distilleries, this area is a dream for whisky Lovers. Book tours to Loch Ness and take a trip down this fabulous loch to Urquert castle, maybe you will be lucky enough to spot Nessie, if not visit one of the popular Loch Ness Visitor Centres and learn about all the History surrounding this famous loch. If you prefer to stay in Aberdeen then there are tours available within the City, Visit King College part of Aberdeen’s University or take a browse around Aberdeen harbour and enjoy some Fish and Chips, then finish off the day with a trip to Duthie park where you can enjoy a nice drink or a visit to Aberdeen’s Winter Gardens, whatever you decided to do you will enjoy your time in Scotland’s “Silver City  Beside the Sea”, Holiday Scotland can provide you with all the tours you need, visit our tour pages for more Details or Contact us if you require something special, we are here to help you.

 

 

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