Immerse yourself in the folklore and legends behind each imposing stone and follow in the footsteps of the famous characters who once prowled their battlements and corridors.
Rising mysteriously through the mist, perched majestically on an island at the mouth of Loch Duich, Eilean Donan Castle is one of Scotland’s most famous fortresses. Discover the many secrets of this beautiful yet haunting place, including the legend of a sword used in the battle of Culloden – and why it holds such a special place at the heart of the Jacobite story.
Echoing with tales of past battles, Scotland’s most iconic castle stands proudly above our capital city, keeping guard over residents and visitors alike. Gaze in wonder at the glittering Honors of Scotland – also known as the Scottish Crown Jewels – and learn the fascinating story behind the Stone of Destiny. Just remember to cover your ears when the One O’Clock Gun goes off!
Her Majesty The Queen has many palaces to choose from but this surely has to be the most beautiful. Explore its 14 lavish state apartments, lose yourself in the immaculate gardens and unearth the tragic and bloody history of Mary, Queen of Scots. Stately Holyrood Palace is used regularly for ceremonies and official entertaining – will you spot a royal during your visit?
Close your eyes and imagine the extravagant celebrations of the Stewart kings and queens that took place in glorious Stirling Castle. Can you hear the laughter and chatter bouncing off the walls of the magnificent banqueting Great Hall? The tranquil Chapel Royal, built by James IV in 1501, and the awe-inspiring Royal Palace are also waiting to be explored.
Step back more than 300 years in time to unwrap a castle surrounded by enigma and intrigue. Dramatic, beautiful and romantic, it’s no wonder Shakespeare chose it as the fictional home of the Thane of Cawdor in his famous Scottish play, Macbeth. With its fairy-tale exterior and romantic gardens, it’s impossible not be enchanted by its many mystery and secrets.
Lose yourself in the legends of Loch Ness and explore 1,000 years of Highland history beside its mysterious and murky depths. Once a mighty medieval fortress, the ruins of Urquhart Castle still offer jaw-dropping beauty. The dramas that took place here are just begging to be discovered – along with stunning views that will stay with you forever.
This magnificent 14th century fortress stole the show when it was chosen to play a starring role in blockbusters like Monty Python And The Holy Grail, Game Of Thrones and Outlander. Soak up its grand setting, feel the inspiration in the air and discover why filmmakers are so enraptured by its stunning courtyard, striking gatehouse and well-preserved great hall.
Feel the weight of a country’s history in this world-famous stately home and marvel at a glorious collection of antiques, art and rare artefacts. Nestled in the heart of Perthshire, discover why Scone Palace has a special place in the heart of a nation ¬and explore where Parliaments have sat and where kings, including Robert The Bruce and Macbeth, were crowned.
Wander through the picture-perfect grounds, soak up the tranquillity and marvel at the immaculate, white-washed ancient seat of the Dukes of Atholl. Encircled by glorious Highland Perthshire countryside, it’s easy to see why Blair Castle@*Blair Castle*@ enchanted Mary, Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Queen Victoria. After sampling its many delights, you’ll be utterly enchanted too.
Feel like a Duke or a Duchess as you explore stunning Alnwick Castle at your leisure – it’s been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family, the Percys, for more than 700 years. See how the other half live as you wander the magnificent medieval architecture, including the lavish Italianate State Rooms. You’ll recognise some familiar surroundings from Downton Abbey and Harry Potter!
This fascinating tour will introduce you to the history of Stirling, with its famous castle and the natural beauty of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
The Isle of Skye is famed the world over for its dramatic mountain scenery and picturesque seascapes. Come with us to explore the Magical Isle and stunning Eilean Donan Castle
Explore enigmatic Loch Ness and visit Urquhart Castle on this wonderful combination of luxury coach tour and enchanting cruise.
Escape from London to get a taste of historic Edinburgh and experience the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
Leave London behind to discover the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands
Take a fascinating journey to the very tip of Scotland, exploring landmarks steeped in history every step of the way.
Tour through the beautiful Scottish Border country and visit mighty Alnwick Castle, the filming location for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter Movies!
This short tour to Scotland’s picturesque North West Highlands includes the opportunity to visit iconic Eilean Donan Castle.
This comprehensive two-day tour will introduce you to Skye's many highlights, including the magical Fairy Pools.
Enjoy the glorious scenery of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and discover the history of impressive Stirling Castle.
Discover the history of Scotland and her people on this inspiring tour through the Highlands which includes a trip on the famous West Highland Railway.
On this comprehensive tour experience many aspects of Scotland from the great cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow to the scenic beauty of the Isle of Skye.
Combine visits to historical and sophisticated cities with the stunning scenery of the Highlands, including a magical excursion to the Orkney Islands.
This epic tour will take you along some of the most famous routes in Scotland to visit Edinburgh, Glasgow and the islands of Skye, Orkney, Mull and Iona.
A wonderful day that combines historic Stirling Castle, the scenic beauty of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and a visit to a historic malt whisky distillery.
Get a fabulous introduction to the treasures of Scotland including the beauty of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and the history of Stirling Castle.