Tour di Glasgow, laghi e Outlander - Italian Tour Guide
From Edinburgh to Glasgow
In our way through Central Belt we will able to see Industrialisation footprints. Our first stop will be at the Glasgow cathedral of San Mungo, Scotland´s only medieval cathedral. Then, we will take a panoramic tour around the city, where we will see the most notable landmarks of modern Glasgow such as the Armadillo or the Kelvingrove Museum.
From Glasgow to Loch Lomond
We continue towards the vast Trossachs National Park. There we will stop at the largest loch in Scotland: Loch Lomond. Enjoy a walk around its picturesque banks, which inspired the famous song 'The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond'.
Aberfoyle and Loch Katrine
In the next part of the tour we will stop for a bite to eat in Aberfoyle, popular holiday village with an attractive main street and well served with individual shops, cafés and restaurants. From there, we will make our way to Loch Katrine which is considered Scotland's most beautiful lake and was inspiration for the works of Walter Scott such as Rob Roy and Lady of the Lake.
From Doune Castle to Edinburgh
Travelling through the forests of the Trossachs National Park we will reach Doune Castle, made famous by the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail and the tv series, Game of Throne and Outlander. On the Journey back we will pass by Wallace Monument to view it from up close.
Please note that during the low season, the tour will be carried out in the opposite direction, visiting the Doune Castle at first, and ending our journey with the panoramic tour of Glasgow. We will also be able to visit the Kelpies, the world's largest equine sculptures.
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What is included
Transportation by minibus or coach.
Driver service and professional tour guide of Scotland Tour.
Explanations in Italian.
Payment for attractions that you visit during tours can only be made in cash. As far as possible, the booking holder is required to pay the correct amounts to the guide for each member participating in the tour.
The Scottish climate can be cold even in summer, with the possibility of rain at any time. We therefore recommend that you dress with this in mind.
By participating in our excursions in Scotland there is always time for a walk in the woods or on the shores of a lake, or on a hill, so we suggest you to wear comfortable and appropriate shoes.
Meeting Point Information
High Street 190, EH1 1QX Edinburgh, United Kingdom