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Scottish Isles & Glens 12 to 13 Days

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Set out for a short drive through part of the Trossachs, often called “The Highlands in Miniature”. Embark on the steamboat …

Your excursion begins at 2:30 PM from your hotel in Glasgow. Experience a tour of the city celebrated for its Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture. Once a thriving port city driven by international trade and shipbuilding, Glasgow has transformed into Scotland's cultural center. Socialize with your group over a welcome drink and savor dinner at your hotel.

Embark on a ferry journey to the Isle of Bute to immerse yourself in breathtaking island landscapes and partake in a guided tour of the 19th-century Mount Stuart House. Explore the main town on the island, Rothesay. Later, enjoy a free evening in Glasgow and dine at your leisure.

Drive alongside the renowned Loch Lomond, celebrated for its unparalleled beauty. Traverse through Glencoe, frequently acknowledged as one of Scotland's most stunning areas. Pass through Fort William and explore the enchanting Eilean Donan Castle, positioned dramatically on an island where three lochs converge.

Discover the Isle of Skye and its connections to Bonnie Prince Charlie. Explore Dunvegan Castle, the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and the former stronghold of the Chiefs of MacLeod. Capture picturesque moments, including the impressive Kilt Rock. Take a break in the charming Portree, adorned with brightly painted houses around the bay. Make the most of free time before indulging in dinner at your hotel.

Enjoy the Highland landscapes on your way to Inverewe Gardens, a sanctuary featuring tropical trees and shrubs. Proceed to Ullapool, a vibrant fishing and ferry port, and settle into your hotel located near the harbor.

Explore the impressive Dunrobin Castle, situated in a fairytale setting with stunning coastal vistas. Boasting 189 rooms, the magnificent architecture and grand gardens draw inspiration from the Palace of Versailles. Enjoy the breathtaking Highland scenery as you travel towards Gill's Bay on the northern coast of Scotland. From there, board a ferry to reach the Orkney Islands, where you will be spending the next two nights.

Embark on an Orkadian exploration today, delving into the heart of Neolithic Orkney, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a picturesque drive around the northern part of the main island, passing by the Earl’s Palace at Birsay. Explore the incredible 5,000-year-old village of Skara Brae. Take a leisurely break for lunch in the port town of Stromness. Continue your journey to the Ring of Brodgar, a ceremonial stone circle. Conclude the day in Kirkwall with a visit to St Magnus Cathedral. The evening is yours to freely explore the town and dine as you please.

Cross the Churchill Barriers, which were constructed during World War II to prevent German submarines. Then, visit the charming Italian Chapel, a striking symbol of reconciliation constructed by Italian prisoners of war. Return to the mainland by ferry and journey south to Inverness. Take some time to explore this quaint city, often referred to as the capital of the Highlands, before having dinner at your hotel.

Have your camera ready as you explore the striking and scenic remains of Urquhart Castle, which dates back to the 13th century. Afterward, enjoy a serene cruise on Loch Ness to appreciate the surrounding landscapes. Following that, visit a sheep farm to witness highly skilled sheepdogs showcasing their herding abilities. Conclude the day with dinner at your hotel.

Explore Scotland's oldest operational distillery, The Glenturret Distillery, and learn about the time-honored craft of whisky-making, concluding with a tasting experience. Nestled in the picturesque Perthshire countryside, Glenturret has been crafting whisky since the 1700s. Continue to Edinburgh, where your hotel awaits in the Grassmarket area of the old town. Delight in some leisure time before indulging in a lively Scottish evening with traditional entertainment during dinner. (For departures between July 27 and August 12, an evening is available for independent exploration and dining.)

Explore the key attractions of Edinburgh, from the broad streets and graceful mansions of the 200-year-old Georgian "New Town" to the Royal Mile, the city's oldest section. Take a guided tour of the impressive Edinburgh Castle to view the Stone of Destiny and the Scottish Crown Jewels. Have a free evening to explore at your own pace. For departures between July 27 and August 12, attendees can experience the breathtaking Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on the Castle Esplanade.

Your journey concludes following breakfast.



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  • Ring of Brodgar
  • Isle of Skye
  • Orkney Islands
  • Inverewe Gardens
  • Loch Ness Cruise
  • Urquhart Castle
  • Skara Brae
  • Mount Stuart House and Gardens
  • Dunrobin Castle
  • Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
  • Glasgow: 3 nights
  • Isle of Bute: 1 night
  • Glasgow: 1 night
  • Isle of Skye: 1 night
  • Ullapool: 1 night
  • Orkney Islands: 2 nights
  • Inverness: 1 night
  • Edinburgh: 3 nights
  • Complete daily breakfast and numerous meals*
  • Transportation (Buses, shuttles & ferries)
  • Group welcome drinks
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi on deluxe coaches
  • Entrance fees to all attractions
  • Detailed travel itinerary and documentation
  • Travel backpack
  • Adaptable travel adapter
  • Handy rain poncho
  • Luggage strap and tags
  • Documents wallet

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Nathan Hughes

May 6, 2021

"Couldn't be happier with our GoIrishTours experience. The Inverewe Gardens were a floral paradise, and the Loch Ness Cruise added an element of excitement. This tour is a winner!"

Hannah Turner

June 12, 2019

"A big thank you to GoIrishTours for the amazing Scottish adventure. Dunrobin Castle's architecture was awe-inspiring, and the Isle of Skye was a dream. Already planning my next tour!"

Ethan Jenkins

March 13, 2021

"The Coach Tour with GoIrishTours was a blast. Skara Brae's ancient settlement was mind-blowing, and Urquhart Castle by the Loch Ness was straight out of a fairy tale. Thumbs up, guys!"

Madison Cooper

February 28, 2019

"GoIrishTours made our journey through the Scottish Isles so memorable. Mount Stuart House was a true gem, and the Ring of Brodgar added a touch of mystique. Highly recommend this tour!"

Jacob Miller

August 05, 2021

"Kudos to GoIrishTours for the seamless organization of our 12-day tour. The Inverewe Gardens were a botanical wonder, and the Loch Ness Cruise was a highlight. Will cherish these memories forever!"