Tours of Scotland
- Scotland – East of Edinburgh
- Scotland – North of Edinburgh
- South East Scotland – The Borders
- Tours Of Edinburgh
- Tours of Glasgow
- Day tours from Edinburgh or Glasgow – central
- Day Tour from Glasgow
- Overnight tours around Scotland
- Over the border in England
Scotland is the northern part of Britain and for centuries was a separate country from England. In1603 there occurred the Union of the Crowns when King James VI of Scotland became King of England too. The Parliaments of the two countries continued to operate independently until 1707 and the Treaty of Union, when Great Britain was established with one Parliament at Westminster. In 1999 Scotland was given its own Parliament again, its new building in Edinburgh opening in October 2004 opposite the Palace of Holyroodhouse. From the great Georgian city of Edinburgh to the Highlands, there is something for everyone to enjoy with our Scotland tours. Come with us to visit castles, whisky distilleries, great houses and beautiful hills, lochs and glens.
Scottish scenery is outstanding and varied and within a few miles can change from mountainous and rugged terrain to fertile farming valleys. Our culture, customs and music are fascinating and unique!
The Open Championship will be held on the Old Course, St Andrews from 16 – 19 July 2015
Come and join us as we celebrate the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland in 2015