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For a country so small and with so much open countryside, Scotland has had a huge impact on world culture. Its great cities - Edinburgh (with its ever-popular cultural festival and Military Tattoo), Glasgow and Dundee - were powerhouses of the British Imperial commerce.

These cities were also at the forefront of scientific discovery and exploration, culture and learning, and remain some of the most popular holiday destinations. Its natural wonders, too, attract visitors from around the globe. Just their names - Glen Coe, Ben Nevis, The Old Man of Storr, the Cairngorms National Park, the Mull of Kintyre, Loch Ness - call up visions of unspoilt scenery, timeless beauty and unresolved mystery. 

Be it escorted tours, cruises, or family cabin holidays, Scotland has plenty to offer. Explore the Scottish Highlands, enjoy a scenic train journey or head to the Trossachs, an outstandingly beautiful area of mountains, lochs, rivers, castles and woodlands. Scotland's natural and historic treasures aren't confined to the mainland, though. Around 800 islands lie scattered off its coast, islands like Skye, Mull, Arran, or beyond them the Outer Hebridean isles offer their own beguiling mix of magnificent scenery, myths and legends. Whether you're planning a romantic break or setting off on a solo trip, discover historic tales of valour, romance and rebellion on our Scotland tours.

Scottish Highland Railways
  • 4.14 (2628 reviews)
  • United Kingdom, Scotland, British Isles
  • 3 excursions included
  • 8 meals included
  • Rail travel from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh - a truly spectacular ride through the remote northern Highlands and alongside Loch Carron
  • Journey on the steam-hauled Strathspey Railway
  • Cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct, as seen in the Harry Potter films, on a train ride from Fort William to Mallaig
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    • Flights Included
  • 5 days from: £576pp
  • Was: £639pp
  • 10 airports
  • 65 dates available
  • Apr 2022 - Oct 2022
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  • 4 excursions included
  • 4 meals included
  • Spend five days exploring the Scottish wilderness from your city centre base in Edinburgh
  • Enjoy an exciting 4x4 Highland safari in the Perthshire Highlands
  • Included visit to the quintessential Scottish town of Pitlochry
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  • 5 days from: £612pp
  • Was: £679pp
  • 8 airports
  • 7 dates available
  • Apr 2022 - Sep 2022
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Loch Lomond & the Edinburgh Tattoo
  • 4.12 (320 reviews)
  • United Kingdom, Scotland, British Isles
  • 4 excursions included
  • 5 meals included
  • A reserved seat to see the Edinburgh Tattoo
  • Enjoy a boat trip on Loch Lomond, Queen of the Scottish Lakes
  • A tour of the beautiful Trossachs
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    • Flights Included
  • 4 days from: £612pp
  • Was: £679pp
  • 9 airports
  • 10 dates available
  • Aug 2022
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Scottish Highland Railways for Solo Travellers
  • Scotland, United Kingdom, British Isles
  • 3 excursions included
  • 8 meals included
  • Rail travel from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh
  • Journey on the steam-hauled Strathspey Railway
  • Cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct on a train ride from Fort William to Mallaig
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    • Flights Included
  • 5 days from: £711pp
  • Was: £789pp
  • 5 airports
  • 2 dates available
  • Apr 2022 - Oct 2022
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Best of the Scottish Highlands
  • 3.99 (107 reviews)
  • United Kingdom, Scotland, British Isles
  • 5 excursions included
  • 12 meals included
  • Spot wildlife on a cruise on the Moray Firth
  • A tour of the Black Isle
  • Enjoy a ride on the nostalgic Strathspey Steam Railway
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    • Flights Included
  • 7 days from: £743pp
  • Was: £825pp
  • 7 airports
  • 22 dates available
  • Apr 2022 - Oct 2022
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Hebridean Island Adventure - 6 days
  • 4.1 (304 reviews)
  • United Kingdom, Scotland, British Isles
  • 5 excursions included
  • 10 meals included
  • A tour of the Isle of Skye
  • A tour of the Isle of Harris
  • A tour of the Isle of Lewis
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  • 6 days from: £869pp
  • Was: £965pp
  • 7 airports
  • 3 dates available
  • Apr 2022 - Oct 2022
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  • 5 excursions included
  • 12 meals included
  • Spot wildlife on a cruise on the Moray Firth
  • A tour of the Black Isle
  • Enjoy a ride on the nostalgic Strathspey Steam Railway
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    • Flights Included
  • 7 days from: £900pp
  • Was: £999pp
  • 7 airports
  • 1 date available
  • 04 April 2022
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Andre Rieu, 4 days in Scotland
  • Scotland, United Kingdom
  • 1 excursion included
  • 3 meals included
  • See the captivating ‘King of the Waltz’ in action
  • Included full-day excursion to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
  • Free time to explore Edinburgh under your own steam
    • Flights Included
  • 4 days from: £659pp
  • 8 airports
  • 1 date available
  • 22 April 2022
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  • Enjoy the scenic glories of the northwest Highlands, one of Scotland's most breathtaking corners
  • Visit the spectacular, Gulf Stream-warmed Inverewe Gardens (entrance payable locally, free for National Trust members)
  • Journey through the ‘Misty Isle’ of Skye, past the towering Cuillin Hills
    • Flights Included
  • 6 days from: £1004pp
  • Was: £1115pp
  • 6 airports
  • 5 dates available
  • May 2022 - Sep 2022
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THINGS TO SEE IN SCOTLAND

THINGS TO DO IN SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND FOOD & DRINK

From plush dining rooms to cosy country lodges, in Scotland you can enjoy an array of dining experiences.

Among the local dishes to look out for are Cock-a-Leekie, a soup with chicken and leeks, and Rumbledethumps, the Scottish equivalent of Bubble and Squeak.

Satisfying sweet cravings is easy in Scotland. Be sure to taste cranachan, a cream cheese dessert finished with oats and raspberries, and Scottish tablet, a crumbly sweet snack that is similar to fudge.

Enjoy (responsibly) Scotland’s national drink – as you discover your whisky palate. With more than 100 active distilleries across Scotland, there are plenty of flavours to discover the right pour for your taste.

Warm and inviting, Scottish cuisine ensures the taster that, no matter the weather, there will always be something to lift your spirits.

Scotland FAQs

Here are some questions you might have about Scotland.

  • Some of the best Scotland tours include:

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  • Scotland is known for its rolling highlands, whisky, ancient castles, and arts scene involving bagpipes, rock music and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

  • As most of you know, the currency of Scotland is the GBP, so you won’t need to change your money. It always helps to get cash out in advance, as small Scottish towns may have limited cash machine facilities.

  • August is a very popular month for tourists to visit Scotland, due to the calendar of events including the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and Edinburgh Festival Fringe. However, Scotland is beautiful year-round, particularly in the spring when the colourful natural sights burst to life. The weather is similar to other areas in the UK, however, Scotland tends to be a bit colder and wetter.

  • Due to the country’s abundance of rural land, it produces incredible fresh produce. Some highlights include Aberdeen Angus steaks, wild trout, and salmon. Scotland's national dish is haggis, a meat pudding typically served with mashed potato and turnips.

    With a rich history in distilling, Scotland is also famous for its whisky. 

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