Tours of Scotland

Scotland is the northern part of Britain and for centuries was a separate country from England.   In 1603 there occurred the Union of the Crowns when King James VI of Scotland became the 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.

Scottish culture is wide and varied but never dull. Dating back a thousand years, from ancient clans of the 12th century to the present day, Scotland is heavily influenced by its Celtic roots but each generation since has stamped their own footprint on its culture, architecture and landscape.

Edinburgh –

Come with us to visit the beautiful city of Edinburgh – with its fantastic architecture, winding streets and of course, the historical castle overlooking the city and the Royal Mile. There really is much to see and explore in the winding alleys and streets. Our private guided tours will create a truly personal experience ensuring your total enjoyment and appreciation of Scotlands fair capital.

Glasgow –

Sometimes referred to as the second city of the British Empire, Glasgow has much to offer. With beautiful architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as new modern buildings, Glasgow is thriving. From picturesque parks such as Glasgow Green, to galleries and museums there is something for everyone. Our private guided Scotland tours will ensure you get the best out of your day.

Whatever your pleasure, you can be sure you’ll find a friendly, passionate and beautiful country and our Scottish guides are waiting to welcome you.


Contact us to find out more and arrange a private guided Scotland Tour.