Glasgow Free Walking Tour
Everyday at 10:30
On the way to Skye, you'll see one of the most amazing lochs in Scotland, Loch Lomond, and the incredible Trossachs National Park. We'll stop in a picturesque village, where you can relax and wander around. The destination after that is also stunning: Glen Coe Valley, one of the most fabulous places in Scotland without a doubt.
On the second day, after sleeping in Inverness, we set off to explore the wonderful Isle of Skye, walking its most beautiful trails and seeing the most amazing places for both history and photo opportunities. There will be a lunch stop in the fishing village of Portree, Skye's capital, famous for its colourful houses on the coast. Then it's on to Scotland's most famous trail, the Old Man of Storr.
The day will continue with waterfalls and scenic views such as Mealt Waterfall, Kilt Rock, and Nest Point. The photograph at Nest Point is one of the most famous on Skye, where you can see a lighthouse in the distance from a cliff. Our guide will point out the best point and help you make the perfect photo to capture an unforgettable moment in your memory.
On the third day, after spending the night in Inverness again, we will take a different route back to Edinburgh. You'll enjoy a quick trip to Urquhart Castle, with the option of visiting the castle or taking a cruise in Loch Ness. Then, the route will take us to the famous battlefield of Culloden. We'll continue south to Pitlochry; the geographical centre of Scotland and famous for being one of the gateways to the Highlands.
Note: Since this tour departs from Edinburgh and Glasgow, please make sure you choose the right location and get the right departure time.
Accommodation: accommodation is not included in the price. However, we can book your accommodation for you, or you can choose to book your own, as long as it is centrally located at the overnight stop location.
Adam Smith Statue, 192 High St, Edinburgh EH1 1RF
Great day in the Highlands! It was an amazing day out, great driver Steve B. Amazing scenery and a great opportunity to visit Loch Ness
Trip was great - Rob, Robert, don’t-call-me-Bobby, was an excellent host: patient, kind, thoughtful and funny. Great driver and wonderful historian.
Amazing and fun trip, and Robert absolutely rocks as a tour guide. Had the best tour I've had yet. Time was a constraint, but we managed to see most places and had Robert who kept us entertained and in great spirits all throughout the way. Would definitely recommend.