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TOUR OF SCOTLAND - ISLANDS AND CASTLES

DEPARTURE 26 JULY

8 DAYS/7 NIGHTS

Glasgow, Isle of Arran, Lock Lomond, Inveraray,  Fort William, Isle of Sky, Inverness, Lock Ness, Aberdeen, Glamis, Edinburgh.

 

Starting from €2,060 per person

 

The fee includes:  

Scheduled flight from Milan

Transfers to and from the airport

Bus tour with Italian accompanying guide

3-4* hotel with breakfast in a double room and 3 dinners

Packages including entrances to the main castles and photo stops at Eilean Donan Castle and Dun Nottar and return ferry to Arran.

Medical insurance.


Welcome to Scotland, a land of spectacular landscapes, charming cities and rich cultural history. This journey will take us through some of Scotland's most precious gems: from Glasgow to the Isle of Arran, Loch Lomond, Inveraray, Fort William, Isle of Skye, Inverness, Loch Ness, Aberdeen, Glamis up to Edinburgh.

1. Glasgow: Vibrant and Cultural City

Start your trip in Glasgow, a dynamic city with a vibrant arts and culture scene. Explore the Galley of Modern Art, wander Buchanan Street for shopping, and visit Glasgow Cathedral. Don't forget to admire the artistic masterpieces at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

2. Isle of Arran: Uncontaminated Nature and Historic Castles

Embark on a journey to the Isle of Arran, a natural treasure off the west coast. Explore the breathtaking landscapes of Arran National Park, visit Brodick Castle and sample local produce, including Arran cheese.

3. Loch Lomond: Serene Reflections and Peaceful Navigation

Head to Loch Lomond, Scotland's largest loch, for a relaxing experience. Admire the serene reflections of the mountains on the lake, take a walk along its banks and, if you're adventurous, tackle a hike up one of the surrounding hills.

4. Inveraray: Architectural Elegance and Aristocratic History

Inveraray, with its magnificent castle and elegant architectural design, is a charming village on the banks of Loch Fyne. Visit Inveraray Castle and discover the history of the Duke of Argyll family.

5. Fort William: The Gateway to Ben Nevis

Fort William, located at the foot of Ben Nevis, the UK's highest mountain, offers opportunities for hiking and outdoor adventures. Enjoy a cruise on Lake Linnhe and admire the majesty of the mountain landscape.

6. Isle of Skye: Landscape Drama and Mystical Atmosphere

The Isle of Skye, with its breathtaking landscapes and mystical atmosphere, is a highlight of your trip. Explore the Fairy Pools, admire the views from the Quiraing and visit Dunvegan Castle, the seat of Clan MacLeod.

7. Inverness and Loch Ness: Legends and Natural Beauty

Inverness, the "Capital of the Highlands", welcomes you with its historic charm. Explore Inverness Castle and stroll along the banks of the River Ness. Next, head to Loch Ness, famous for the legend of the Loch Ness Monster. Take advantage of a boat excursion to explore the deep waters of the lake.

8. Aberdeen: Elegant Architecture and Maritime Culture

Aberdeen, with its granite architecture and maritime atmosphere, offers a pleasant stop on your itinerary. Visit St Andrew's Cathedral, stroll along Aberdeen Beach and discover maritime culture at the Maritime Museum.

9. Glamis: The Enchanted Castle among Green Hills

Glamis Castle, nestled in the green hills of the Angus region, is an enchanting sight. Explore the gardens and discover the stories surrounding this castle, which is also the home of the Strathmore royal family.

10. Edinburgh: The Cultural Capital of Scotland

Conclude your trip in Edinburgh, the cultural capital of Scotland. Explore Edinburgh Castle, then stroll along the Royal Mile with its traditional shops and cobbled streets. Visit Holyrood Palace and admire the regal architecture.




 

 

 

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