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Edinburgh: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours & Firth of Forth Cruise

1. Edinburgh: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours & Firth of Forth Cruise

City Sightseeing Edinburgh See all the main attractions with CitySightseeing Edinburgh. There’s multi-language commentary in 9 languages and a special Horrible Histories commentary for your children, narrated by Terry Deary himself. Edinburgh Tour Explore Edinburgh's city center taking in the spectacular buildings including Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament, and the architecture of the Georgian New Town with a live guide in English. Majestic Tour The Majestic Tour heads north of Edinburgh's City Centre towards the port of Leith with highlights including Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, The Royal Yacht Britannia, and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Majestic Tour features a multi-lingual commentary in 10 languages.  Firth of Forth Bus and Boat Trip Board your bus at Waterloo Place - in the heart of Edinburgh for a tour to South Queensferry with English commentary via headphones, followed by a boat tour aboard one of Forth Boat Tours fleet of vessels. Enjoy superb views of Edinburgh and Fife’s coastlines as well as the iconic Three Bridges, the Forth Road Bridge, The Forth Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing. Get your camera out and look for puffins and seals along the way.

From Edinburgh: Off-The-Beaten-Track Scottish Highlands

2. From Edinburgh: Off-The-Beaten-Track Scottish Highlands

Join my private tours to uncover the beauty of lesser-known sites in the Scottish Highlands, unveiling hidden gems not typically explored by tourists. Escape the crowded sites and embark on an immersive journey through the serenity and majesty of the Highlands. With me as your dedicated guide, you'll experience captivating tales intertwined with breathtaking landscapes. Our adventure begins in Queensferry, where you'll witness the awe-inspiring Forth Bridge from exclusive viewpoints. This Victorian engineering masterpiece represents Scotland's pioneering spirit and remarkable industrial heritage. From there, we proceed to the ancient town of Stirling, where Stirling Castle stands as a witness to historic battles fought during the wars of independence. As we venture onto the ancient Stirling Bridge, where the renowned battle of William Wallace took place, we contemplate the profound significance of this location positioned at the crossroads in the Scottish Highlands. With its awe-inspiring architecture and profound spiritual ambiance, we explore the grounds of the Church of the Holy Rood in Stirling, where we marvel at the ancient kirkyard's headstones, reflect upon their historical significance, and contemplate the coronation of James VI, an event that forever shaped the church and Scottish history. After exploring Stirling, we indulge in a traditional Scottish take-away lunch at Crieff before venturing into the Scottish Highlands. Here, we discover the peaceful valleys of the 'Sma Glen and Glen Quaich,' inviting us to leisurely stroll amidst heather-clad hills and tranquil riverbanks. During our journey, we explore the captivating history of the Jacobite rebellions and encounter poignant reminders of the Highland clearances. Our journey leads us to the enchanting Glen Lyon, praised by Sir Walter Scott as Scotland's "longest, loveliest, and loneliest glen." Here, we uncover remnants of Neolithic civilization including stone circles and the ancient remains of the Fortingall Yew, believed to be Britain's oldest tree and cherished as a sacred symbol by ancient peoples of the Scotland. We also explore the serene Glen Lyon, admire a tranquil waterfall, and immerse ourselves in the ancient Caledonian pine forest. We can also embark on a one-hour walk through peaceful pine glades, revealing panoramic vistas unveiling the majesty of this glen. Continuing along remote roads, we ascend through the rugged terrain of the Lawers Range, where majestic birds of prey soar above and red deer roam freely. Our journey culminates at the magnificent Falls of Dochart, where we pause to savor the breathtaking beauty of the cascades. Nearby, a traditional pub provides a perfect setting to relax and soak in the atmosphere. As our highland adventure concludes, we make our way back to Edinburgh, cherishing the memories of this unforgettable experience. Escape the ordinary and discover Scotland in a distinct and unforgettable way with my tours.

St Andrews: City Highlights Walking Tour with Cocktail

3. St Andrews: City Highlights Walking Tour with Cocktail

Enjoy a wee walk followed by a premium cocktail in the luxurious setting of 18 rooftop bar and restaurant at Rusacks St Andrews overlooking the Old Course. The perfect 2 hours spent; discovering St Andrews on foot and then a drink with your local guide. You'll spend the first part of the tour on a walking tour with your small group and guide, discovering the history and culture of St Andrews. Throughout the tour, discover St Andrews as you walk in the footsteps of golfing legends, royals, heretics who were burned at the stake, famous cats and those who live in St Andrews today! Your local guide will bring St Andrews to life. After the walking tour, relax with the guide and enjoy a bespoke or classic cocktail from 18 bar's signature cocktail menu, overlooking the Old Course and West Sand's Beach learning about Scotland's drink culture. Everything is included in the price, just show up and enjoy!

From Edinburgh: Private Customizable Highlands Driving Tour

4. From Edinburgh: Private Customizable Highlands Driving Tour

First, get picked up from your hotel in Edinburgh and climb into a luxury vehicle to set off on your customizable tour. The route can be changed according to your personal interests and what you would like to see. There will be plenty of opportunities for photo stops throughout the journey. Venture into the Scottish Highlands and be blown away by the scenery, highland cattle, and castles that are older than some countries. Visit the graves of some of the most famous Scots who ever lived, namely Rob Roy McGregor.  Make a stop at the world-famous Deanston Whiskey Distillery, where you will have the option of touring the distillery or enjoying a tasting. Savor a sip of the 18-year-old single malt which comes thoroughly recommended.  If your feeling brave enough, have the chance to try haggis in one of the famous Scottish gastropubs. Alternatively, have lunch in Deanston Distillery or the villages of Doune or Callander. Spend more time visiting the Scottish countryside or make a stop at Doune Castle, Stirling Castle, or Glencoe. Finally, return to Edinburgh where you will be dropped off back at your hotel and the tour concludes.

Private Outlander Tour for Small Groups

5. Private Outlander Tour for Small Groups

Scotland is a hotspot for movies and series set in dramatic landscapes. Outlander has captured the imagination of many with its story and characters and not least with its visuals  of castles, villages, palaces, churches and many more. Follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire and travel in Scotland on a private tour. See the locations of Castle Leoch (Doune Castle), Cranesmuir (Culross, Fife), Wentworth Prison (Linlithgow Palace), Lallybroch (Midhope Castle), Fort William (Blackness Castle), Inverness (Falkland, Fife) and the Duke of Sandringham’s residence.  Some attractions may not be open due to filming, restoration works or some reasons which are out of our control, so if any of the attractions we mentioned above are important to you please let us know and we will check ahead of your tour, if they are open and can be visited. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT WE ARE BILINGUALS BUT WE DO NOT HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF GUIDES WHO SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE, UNFORTUNATELY : (. SO, WHEN BOOKING YOUR TOUR, PLEASE MAKE A REQUEST IF WE HAVE AVAILABLE GUIDES IN YOUR LANGUAGE. THANKS SO MUCH!!!

From Edinburgh: Rossyln Chapel & North Berwick Day Tour

6. From Edinburgh: Rossyln Chapel & North Berwick Day Tour

Embark on an intriguing journey to Rosslyn Chapel, where mysteries abound and the possibility of it being the holy grail's final resting place lingers. Uncover the enigmatic secrets firsthand while immersing yourself in Scotland's captivating legends, expertly narrated by your guide. As you explore the picturesque east coast, be captivated by the awe-inspiring sights. The scenic coastal drive along Berwick Law and the breathtaking Tantallon Castle ruins perched atop the seaside cliffs will leave you in awe. Don't forget to seize each moment, creating cherished memories that will endure for years to come.

From Edinburgh: Lindores Abbey Distillery & Falkland Palace

7. From Edinburgh: Lindores Abbey Distillery & Falkland Palace

Embark on an unforgettable journey through Scotland, immersing yourself in the birthplace of Whisky and marvelling at stunning sights along the way. This tour offers a leisurely pace, allowing you to savour every moment. Begin your adventure at Lindores Distillery, a relatively new establishment situated on the historic site where whisky was first documented. Delve into the rich heritage and production process of this beloved spirit. Next, venture to the tranquil village of Falkland, where time seems to stand still. Explore its charming streets, adorned with traditional architecture and quaint shops. Finally, prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking shores of Loch Leven. Its tranquil waters, surrounded by majestic mountains, create a picturesque setting that will leave you in awe. Soak in the beauty of Scotland as you uncover the origins of Whisky and experience its enchanting landscapes.

From Edinburgh: Mary Queen of Scots Day Tour in Luxury MPV

8. From Edinburgh: Mary Queen of Scots Day Tour in Luxury MPV

For our history lovers and Mary Queen of Scots enthusiasts, embark on a private tour around Mary Stewart’s favourite palaces, homes and views. Walk where Mary walked and discover the lesser-known, quirky and obscure facts from your very own kilted guide. From Linlithgow Palace to Castle, follow our most famous monarch through her remarkable, yet tragic, life as you explore the beauty of Scotland in a luxury vehicle with door-to-door service.

Executive Scottish Lowlands Tour

9. Executive Scottish Lowlands Tour

First and foremost, traveling in our spacious executive cars ensures a comfortable and luxurious journey for you and your group. Our vehicles are designed with your comfort in mind, featuring up to 8 passenger seats. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic landscapes as you embark on your Lowlands adventure. -Firstly we'll visit Blackness Castle, a formidable fortress known as the "Ship that Never Sailed". -Its then time to visit the ruins of Linlithgow Palace, which was one of the principal residences of the monarchs of Scotland in the 15th and 16th centuries. -Next stop is the Kelpies. These are 100ft tall horse-head sculptures. Built 2013 between Falkirk and Grangemouth. The origins of the kelpie are believed to be rooted in human sacrifices to the water gods however this concept eventually died out and the story of the kelpie was then used to keep children from playing too near the lochs and dangerous rivers. -We'll move on now to the Falkirk Wheel, which is a rotating boat lift in Tamfourhill, Falkirk, in central Scotland, connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. -Now its time to explore another Castle. located in Stirling, its one of the largest and most historically and architecturally important castles in Scotland. The castle sits atop an intrusive crag, which forms part of the Stirling Sill geological formation. It is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs, giving it a strong defensive position. Its strategic location, guarding what was, until the 1890s, the farthest downstream crossing of the River Forth, has made it an important fortification in the region from the earliest times. -Wallace Monument is the next stop. The National Wallace Monument is a 67 metre tower on the shoulder of the Abbey Craig, a hilltop overlooking Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, a 13th- and 14th-century Scottish hero. -Then we'll drive to Dunfermline Abbey, an ancient abbey with royal connections. Discover the abbey's rich history, and stroll amidst the ruins. -On our trip home we'll make one last stop at the Queensferry Crossing Bridge for some spectacular photos of the 3 bridges. All tours are customizable to suit your needs.

From Edinburgh: Private St. Andrews Day Tour in Luxury MPV

10. From Edinburgh: Private St. Andrews Day Tour in Luxury MPV

Take in the picturesque coastal villages and towns throughout the Kingdom of Fife as we make our way to the world-famous St Andrews Golf Course. No visit is complete without seeing the famous fairway before stopping for a photo at the Swilcan Bridge and clubhouse. Witness the beauty and elegant architecture along with sweeping coastal views as we take in the sights through the Kingdom of Fife. Cobbled streets, cottages and winding lanes remind us of a bygone era. The Kingdom of Fife is a stunning rural location across the Forth Bridges just north of Edinburgh which will lead us to the world-famous home of golf at St Andrews. Journey through the royal and ancient Golf Club, University,, Castle and Cathedral in this dramatic small town.

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What people are saying about Fife

TLDR: The tour is amazing and the guide and the company are professionals! I booked this activity for my girl friend who's a big Outlander fan for her birthday. At first the lack of reviews gave some concerns but they very quickly went away- the company contacted me a few days before the tour, explained everything I needed to know, the guide Maurício arrived on time and was an amazing guide(!!!) he explained everything to us, managed to take us to all the places and to see and take pictures of every sight and even some exra sights on the way, the car was large, comfy clean and had water and some snacks. On the way to the sights he played Outlander music which combined with the scotland view was a great way to make us feel like we are in the series. My girl friend really liked it and she even called it a dream come true for her. If you are an Outlander fan, book this tour without hesitation!

The only downside of this trip was the sheer number roadworks in Edinburgh at present which obviously the bus company has no control over but do cause holdups and force the bus to keep hitting curbs. We are regular visitors to Edinburgh and the tour bus allowed us to see parts we have been missing so the holiday felt fresh and new places to explore. The boat was the best part we were so lucky with the weather the sea was so calm you barely noticed you were on a boat so no chance of sea sickness, we were also fortunate as the seals and birds were all in full view and the beautiful clear day meant we had great views of the bridges and landmarks and we could see all the way to Berwick

It's great for people who like boating. So you can do the ship tour on day one and then drive a little through the city. On day 2 head to Leith harbor to see the Britannia and explore the rest of the city. If you don't have it with ships and harbor, 1 day is enough.

The walking tour was amazing. My guide was incredibly well informed about the history of everything related to St. Andrews - golf, the university, and the city. It couldn't have been better! I enjoyed every moment of it.

I’ve done this tour 2 x already and I still find it good