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From castles to highlands, and lochs to isles, Scotland is unparalleled when it comes to dramatic scenery. On your bucket list should be the mighty Edinburgh Castle, the arresting Isle of Skye, the verdant Scottish highlands and yeah, maybe a Scottish terrier or two.
For fodder, you need to try black pudding and haggis at least once. Afterwards, don’t forget to wash it down with a wee dram of whisky –aye, it’s guaranteed to put a few whiskers on your chin!
So laddies and lasses, if yer haven’t gotten the message yet, it’s time to see Scotland with these top small-group tours.
Vistas don’t get any more picture perfect than this. This five-day tour starts in Edinburgh and whisks you through the highlands, around to the Isle of Skye and back down through William Wallace Country.
Delve into Scottish culture and history on this week-long tour along the west coast, where you’ll be regaled with tales of battle glory and stay in a traditional Black House.
If all that’s on your mind is seeing what the Isle of Skye is all about, then you’re not the only one. This three-day tour is your ticket to exploring the rich and rugged landscape of Scotland.
For something a little different but no less Scottish, a whisky tour in the nation’s main whisky-producing region of Speyside is just what the doctor ordered.
Explore the Scottish Highlands and learn about its Jacobite history in two days with this engrossing tour. You’ll even get to ride one of the stream trains featured in the Harry Potter movies. Yes, dreams do come true.
Image: Edinburgh Hogmanay
One of the most hotly anticipated events on the Scottish calendar is Hogmanay. In other words, Edinburgh’s big New Year’s Eve celebration. Understandably, this tour comes around once a year only, but it’s a trip worth taking as it includes the annual torchlight procession, street party and candlelit concert.
Touring Scotland by rail is cheap and easy when you invest in a rail pass. A BritRail pass can cover you for Central Scotland, the Scottish Highlands and more. The BritRail Freedom of Scotland Pass is exceptionally good for adventurous travellers as it is valid on the National Rail Network, Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries and specific coach routes.
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