Scotland Tours

Scotland tours are an excellent way to see the sites of this beautiful northern British country. Whether you explore by boat, by bus, or by foot, qualified tour guides offer the most comprehensive way to see the sights. Learn stories and facts not available to independent travelers as you are expertly guided through the Scotland’s cities and countryside.

Edinburgh Tours

Edinburgh Tours

Edinburgh Tours

The capital and second-largest city in Scotland has much to offer visitors. It is a very cosmopolitan city with a great deal of history, and taking a tour is a great way to get oriented and determine the places where you want to spend more time. By far, its most visited attraction is Edinburgh Castle, which sits high on a hill overlooking the city. The castle is the location of the famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which is held every August as part of the larger and equally famous Edinburgh Festival. Guided walking tours through the Endinburgh historic Old Town area will help you to understand the city's long and storied history.

Glasgow Tours

Glasgow Tours

Glasgow Tours

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and is graced with wonderful architecture, including a magnificent cathedral, and great museums. It's a sprawling city sitting on the River Clyde, and a good introduction to the city is on a panoramic coach tour. There are double-decker buses, and you can buy tickets that allow you to hop on and off at various locations. On the other hand, a guided walking tour is probably the best way to explore the city center. Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are convenient starting points for coach or train tours up into the beautiful Scottish Highlands.

Walking Tours

Walking Tours

Walking Tours

The most common Scotland tours explore the different regions of the country. Travelers can head north to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Highlands, including the rich history of Glen Coe, the legends of Loch Ness, and the city of Inverness. Boat tours are also available to take in the beauty of the western islands of hiking has long since been a popular pastime in Britain. It is also one of the best ways to see Scotland’s sites. With today’s modern technology, travelers have the option of choosing from a professional tour guide or a self-guided walk using a smart phone. Perhaps the most popular walking tours in all of Scotland are Edinburgh’s ghost tours. Fascinated by the city’s claim of paranormal activity within its vaults and closes, travelers flock to partake in Edinburgh’s famed walking ghost tours. More energetic travelers can take advantage of walking tours among the hills and crags of rural Scotland. These popular hiking spots, include Ben Vrackie, Lowther Hill, and Ben Lomond, offer some of the most scenic views in all of Scotland.

Golf Tours

Golf Tours

Golf Tours

The long history of golf in Scotland makes golf tours one of the most popular things to do in the country. While there are many challenging golf courses throughout the country, the most admired center of golf is the town of St. Andrews on the east coast. Most major Scottish cities offer tours to and throughout this famous golf town. After admiring St. Andrews challenging and historic course, these golf tours also include a visit to the famed Royal and Ancient Golf Club. St. Andrews also boasts castle ruins from the 13th century, as well as the oldest university in Scotland. Frequently, golf tours to St. Andrews also include visits to the nearby towns of Fife and Falkland, including the historic Falkland Palace.

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