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Scotland

Edinburgh Break

Capital of Scotland since the 15th century, Edinburgh is a city steeped in history. It was in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries a major artistic center of the English-speaking world with such illustrious residents as Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Dickens or Walter Scott. The inventor of the phone Graham Bell is a native of the city. The presence of this rich past leaps to the eye. Nicknamed the "Athens of the North", Edinburgh has an exceptional architectural heritage that makes it one of the most attractive cities in Europe.
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Edinburgh Break
Journey Highlights
  • Edinburgh Royal Mile
  • Old town
  • Royal Castle
  • Holyrood Palace
  • Scotch Whisky distilleries
  • Whisky tasting

Glimpse of Scotland

To visit Edinburgh is to discover the Scottish capital, a city rich in history, culture and fascinating legends that has earned it a UNESCO World Heritage status. Divided into 2 districts, Old Town (medieval town) and New Town, the contemporary city offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in 2 completely different worlds. Stirling's Old Town, Castle and Wallace Monument are wonderful sights. Expect to learn many anecdotes about the history of the region and the importance of the castle to the kings of Scotland, their way of life and even the functioning of a royal kitchen! Stirling
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Glimpse of Scotland
Journey Highlights
  • Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage Center
  • The Kelpies
  • Stirling Castle
  • Callander
  • The Trossachs
  • Rob Roy country
  • Loch Lomond
  • Central Highlands
  • Queen’s View
  • Hermitage Forest Walk
  • Kenmore

Capital Edinburgh

Situated on the east coast of Scotland in the United Kingdom, Edinburgh is the Scottish capital since 1437. It is the seat of the Scottish Parliament and the second largest city in Scotland, behind Glasgow in terms of population. This young and lively city has been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage Site for its medieval and Georgian neighborhoods. The Scottish capital offers a double face: an old part "The Old Town" (which dates from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance) and a new neoclassical part "The New Town" (built in the eighteenth century
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Capital Edinburgh
Journey Highlights
  • Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage Center
  • Discover the secrets of the Royal Mile
  • Visit the Royal Castle
  • Explore the Old Town and Holyrood Palace
  • See the tomb of Robert the Bruce
  • Follow the path of Da Vinci Code at Rosslyn Chapel

Around Edinburgh

If you spend some time in Edinburgh, you must to go out of the city to visit the surroundings. There are several sites to see nearby that are worth visiting. Pentland Hills National Park: It's just outside the city, southwest of Edinburgh, and is the perfect place for great hikes in the hills and moors. In winter, you can even ski there. Do not miss to admire the Rosslyn Chapel, a sumptuous church buried in the woods and which has notably served for the film Da Vinci Code.
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Around Edinburgh
Journey Highlights
  • Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage Center
  • The Kelpies
  • Stirling Castle
  • Callander
  • The Trossachs
  • Rob Roy country
  • Loch Lomond
  • Central Highlands
  • Queen’s View
  • Kenmore

Express Scotland

The ideal time to visit the Highlands is from April to September. The months of May and September are apparently the best weather, according to the locals. But you may visit in February and have sunshine! It will be cool for sure, but the advantage of Scotland is that the weather changes quickly. Heading to the Loch Ness, you’ll find this beautiful lake is immersed in mystery thanks to a long, thin, green creature that surrounds the deep waters and occasionally raises its head above the water for a photo
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Express Scotland
Journey Highlights
  • Dunkeld
  • Highland Folk Museu
  • Loch Ness
  • Urquhart Castle
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Trotternish Peninsula
  • The Old Man of Storr
  • Fort William
  • Glencoe
  • Doune Castle
  • Stirling Castle
  • Glasgow

Classic Scotlend

 Scotland is a country of spectacular scenery, renowned castles and glimmering Lochs all of which have often been the setting of well-known movies. Despite its small size Scotland, without doubt, has much to offer those travelling in this amazing place with wonderful cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow, stylish shopping opportunities, the stunning untamed mountain scenery of the highlands and the coast of the Hebrides where wildlife enthusiasts will be able to see whales and dolphins and many bird species.
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Classic Scotlend
Journey Highlights
  • Edinburgh Castle & Old Town
  • Blair Castle
  • Cairngorms National Park
  • Clava Cairns
  • Culloden Battlefield
  • Loch Ness
  • Ullapool
  • Ardvreck Castle
  • Achmelvich Bay
  • Torridon Hills
  • Portree
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Glen Coe