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From Glasgow: Oban, Glencoe & West Highland Castles Day Tour

1. From Glasgow: Oban, Glencoe & West Highland Castles Day Tour

On this tour, you will experience the shimmering lochs, scenic mountain views, and romantic and historic castles of the western highlands. From Glasgow cross the Firth of Clyde, passing Dumbarton's famous and imposing rock fortress. The first stop is the pretty conservation village of Luss, on the 'Bonny, Bonny Banks' of Loch Lomond. Here you can walk along the shore or stay to admire the village. Pass several dramatic castles and lochs as the tour climb into the Highlands. Make a stop for lunch at the fishing town of Oban. Journey on a southern route that takes you past the spectacular Kilchurn Castle, majestically situated on Loch Awe. Our final stop is Inveraray, the historic seat of the Duke of Argyll, where you can choose to either visit Inveraray Castle (April-October only) or explore the town’s Georgian houses and wide streets. Return to Glasgow via the Rest and Be Thankful pass.

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What people are saying about Dumbarton Castle

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 124 reviews

Amazing. Besides the stunning visuals and places that we went to, the guide was the cherry on top as he kept as entertained with the story of land and other topics. Very friendly and funny. Will definitely go again to different locations.

Fantastic tour.! Our bus driver james is the funniest guide ever.wish every tour guide was like him.a fountain of information.would reccomrnend this tour worth every penny.

If you only have a short time to experience the Highlands this tour is the way to go. Excellent sights and a wonderfully informative tour led by Robert!

Very interessing trip in Scottish beautiful landscape. Very recommendable

I would take more tours with Neil when I return to Glasgow.