Classic Edinburgh Tours | 8 hours
An 8 hour tour allows you to explore more of Scotland’s capital city. The medieval part of the city runs from Edinburgh Castle, on top of Castle Rock, down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, which is Her Majesty the Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh. North of Princes Street is the newer Georgian part of town, built during 18thc. At the port of Leith, the Royal Yacht Britannia is moored and is open for visits. The National Museum of Scotland houses ‘Dolly’ the cloned sheep and tells the story of Scotland from ancient times to the present day. The National Gallery of Scotland contains many paintings by well-known artists. The Royal Mile is the street that connects the castle with the palace. It is full of shops and has many tiny alleys or wynds to explore. There are many museums and galleries, some good shops and numerous taverns. Drive out to South Queensferry for a photo of the two Forth bridges. Just outside Edinburgh is Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by Dan Brown in the Da Vinci Code. Choose from among these sights, plus ask your driver-guide what other places you can visit. If you are in Edinburgh in August, make sure to visit the Edinburgh Festival and the Military Tattoo. Trace your family and see if you are entitled to wear a clan tartan.
Private Tour Rates 2014/2015
|Car/Sedan||8||up to 3||£485|
|MPV||8||up to 6||£560|
|Large MPV||8||up to 8||£585|
|Minibus||8||up to 12||POA|
Rates are per car/minibus not per person and include your private Blue Badge qualified tour Guide, collection and return to your hotel (alternatives can be arranged), all taxes but not entrance fees to attractions where applicable, parking or meals unless stated.
DGA driver-guides in Scotland speak other languages, including French, German, Italian and Spanish. Language fees: £30 half day and £50 full day.