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Discover the Beauty of Scotland with Lochs and Glens Coach Tours
Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through the stunning landscapes of Scotland? Look no further than Lochs and Glens Coach Tours. With their expertly planned itineraries, comfortable coaches, and knowledgeable guides, Lochs and Glens Coach Tours is the perfect choice for exploring the lochs and glens of Scotland. In this article, we will dive into the key features that make Lochs and Glens Coach Tours a top choice for discovering the beauty of Scotland.
One of the main reasons why Lochs and Glens Coach Tours stands out from other tour providers is their carefully crafted itineraries. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler to Scotland, these tours have something for everyone. From iconic landmarks to hidden gems off the beaten path, you’ll get to experience the very best that Scotland has to offer.
Each itinerary is thoughtfully designed to showcase the diverse natural beauty of Scotland’s lochs and glens. You’ll have ample opportunities to explore famous sites such as Loch Lomond, Glen Coe, and Loch Ness. Additionally, you’ll also get a chance to discover lesser-known but equally enchanting destinations like Loch Tay, Glenfinnan Viaduct, and The Trossachs National Park.
Comfortable Coaches for Relaxing Journeys
Another standout feature of Lochs and Glens Coach Tours is their commitment to providing comfortable transportation. Their modern fleet of coaches ensures that your journey through Scotland is not only visually stunning but also physically relaxing.
The coaches are equipped with spacious seating arrangements, large windows for panoramic views, air conditioning or heating depending on the season, onboard restrooms for convenience during long drives, and complimentary Wi-Fi so you can stay connected throughout your trip. Sit back, relax, and enjoy as you travel from one breathtaking location to another in the utmost comfort.
Knowledgeable Guides for Insightful Experiences
One of the highlights of Lochs and Glens Coach Tours is their team of knowledgeable guides. These guides are not only passionate about Scotland’s rich history and culture but also well-versed in the unique stories and legends associated with each loch and glen.
During your tour, you can expect fascinating commentary from your guide, providing you with valuable insights about the places you visit. Whether it’s explaining the geological formations, sharing tales of ancient clans, or pointing out interesting wildlife along the way, their expertise adds an extra layer of depth to your overall experience.
Unparalleled Customer Satisfaction
Lochs and Glens Coach Tours takes pride in delivering exceptional customer satisfaction. From the moment you book your tour until the end of your journey, their dedicated team is committed to ensuring that every aspect of your trip exceeds your expectations.
Their customer service representatives are readily available to assist you with any queries or special requests you may have. The tour guides go above and beyond to accommodate individual needs and make sure everyone feels comfortable throughout the journey. With Lochs and Glens Coach Tours, you can trust that every detail has been meticulously planned to provide you with an unforgettable Scottish adventure.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for a remarkable way to discover the beauty of Scotland’s lochs and glens, Lochs and Glens Coach Tours is a fantastic choice. With their thoughtfully crafted itineraries, comfortable coaches, knowledgeable guides, and unparalleled customer satisfaction, they offer an exceptional travel experience that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. Book your tour today and get ready for an adventure like no other.
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Scotland tours from London can offer something for everybody, because when you swap skyscrapers for mountains, you feel on-top-of-the-world. When you replace pavements with forest trails, you feel you’re going somewhere. And when you trade crowds for eagles, whales, and deer, you feel a little wilder. With our Scotland tour departure points conveniently located near train stations, the journey from London couldn't be simpler.
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Travelling between Scotland and London requires planning time. Luckily we have done the work for you to make your venture as seamless as possible. With the help of the national railway stations across the country, you can stop to explore the Lake District or the Scottish Borders with ease. Break up your journey visiting landmarks and beautiful scenery across the UK with Rabbie’s.
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While Scotland may seem like a million miles away from London, fast rail connections mean Scottish tours from London are much more accessible than you might think.
Visitors can hop on the train at Kings Cross Station and pull into Edinburgh Waverley in under 5 hours.
Alternatively, if you’d like to take a more leisurely approach, why not hop on a luxury coach in London and enjoy a gentle road trip through the beautiful English and Welsh countryside en-route to Scotland?
Here are some of our favourite Scotland tour packages from London:
London to Edinburgh Day Tour
Are you ready for a jam-packed day of cultural sites and iconic Scottish attractions? Jump aboard the train at Kings Cross Station to start your “Capital to Capital’ adventure.
Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities — bursting with character and heaps of history. Enjoy a spot of shopping along the famous Princes Street, a tour of the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, and see the city’s many attractions from your upper-deck vantage point on a city tour.
When you pull into London at the end of this one-day return trip , you’ll be amazed at how much you can see in a single day.
Highlands Tours from London
To experience the highlights of Scotland, hop aboard an Isle of Skye tour from London. These short breaks to Scotland by train are the ultimate immersion into Scottish culture as you tour through some of Europe’s finest countryside.
Speed northwards to Edinburgh by express train for a spot of city exploring. After an overnight stay, enjoy a luxury coach ride through the dramatic landscapes of the Scottish Highlands . From your base in Inverness , discover epic panoramas and fairy-tale castles on a full-day excursion to the picturesque Isle of Skye.
If you’ve more time available, extend your stay by a day to add a trip on the famous Jacobite Steam Train to your itinerary. Like Harry Potter on the Hogwarts Express, this scenic journey includes the Glenfinnan Viaduct, known as the Harry Potter Bridge.
Alternatively, you could schedule a tour along the famous North Coast 500 route to experience stunning coastal scenery and the finest cliff-top vistas.
Coach Tours of England & Scotland From London
A luxury coach tour can offer one of the best vacations to England and Scotland. They provide great value as comfortable hotel accommodation, many meals and most entrance fees are included.
Best of all, taking one of our coach tours of Britain will let you relax knowing you’ll see all the highlights in the company of an expert guide.
Discover Gems of Britain
Hop aboard your luxury coach in central London before embarking on an unforgettable journey to the best spots across the British Isles .
Visit the birthplace of Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, ancient ruins from the Roman Empire in York, cultural sites in the vibrant city of Cardiff, and rich history in the Scottish Capital of Edinburgh.
Get a Taste of Britain
Buckle up for the ultimate adventure from London to Edinburgh with an epic 7-day road trip . Kick things off with two luxury nights in London before enjoying a leisurely coach tour to the Scottish Capital.
Explore the delights of England as you travel north to Scotland. Discover mighty Windsor Castle , the ancient town of Bath, Liverpool home of the Beatles, and the picturesque Lake District before crossing into the Scottish borders.
Soak in the stunning landscapes as you journey towards Edinburgh to enjoy a feature-packed day of sightseeing, including a visit to imposing Edinburgh Castle.
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English Lake District Tours
Discover the craggy fells and peaceful lakes whose beauty inspired poet William Wordsworth and the children’s author Beatrix Potter.
Enjoy a cruise on Lake Windermere, the largest natural lake in England.
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Tickets
With Edinburgh Castle as a backdrop, enjoy the spectacle of military displays, highland dancing and the stirring mass pipes and drums as the sun sets over Scotland’s romantic capital city.
Escorted tours which include an overnight stay in Edinburgh during the Festival period usually attend a performance, as part of the itinerary.
Visit York Minster
Take a stroll along York’s famous medieval walls to visit the great York Minster, the largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe. See the stunning medieval stained glass windows and head underground to visit the Roman remains in the crypt.
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04 Days - Historic Scotland
A 4 day tour taking in the delightful Glasgow, Fort WIlliams, Edinburgh and Lake District
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Nevis Range* with entrance
Glasgow City Tour covering Glasgow Cathedral, Main Square & University of Glasgow
Edinburgh City Tour covering the Royal Mile and entrance to Edinburgh Castle
View the famous Neptune staircase & Commando Memorial
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Photo Stop at Falkirk Wheel
Lake Windermere Cruise
Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Train (Not operational from Jan to Mar and Nov - Dec)
Return transportation by deluxe AC vehicle from your selected pick up point
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London - Gretna Green - Glasgow (Distance: 650 Kms) Today morning join up with your coach and depart towards Gretna Green. The coach will start from Wembley and do various pick-ups along the M1 and M6 Corridor. We will be covering quite a distance today to reach Scotland, so ensure you carry your key essentials and devices for your entertainment for the journey. In the afternoon we stop for lunch at Gretna Green, the UK's most famous place to get married and home of the world-famous Iron Forgeries. Today why not speak to your tour manager who can get you traditional shortbreads at a reasonable cost. The stop will only sell continental/English food, and there will be no fast food restaurants located within the services so make sure you are prepared. We then board back onto the coach and continue making our way North towards Scotland, making our way to the city of Glasgow. We expect to arrive in Glasgow, in the early evening. We make our way straight to Glasgow Cathedral, which is one of Scotland's most magnificent medieval buildings, Glasgow Cathedral is the only one on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformation of 1560 intact. We enjoy a delicious Indian meal at the restaurant before boarding our coach and making our way to the hotel for our three-night stay. Get a good night's sleep as more wonders await you tomorrow.
Glasgow - Loch Lomond - Fort William - Glasgow (Distance: 360 Kms) After our breakfast, we board the coach and make our way towards the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, which is where Loch Lomond is situated. On arrival at Loch Lomond, why not enjoy an optional boat cruise; here appreciate the picturesque views of the highlands, whilst indulging in a warm cup of tea or coffee. The Loch Lomond or "Lake of the Elms" is a freshwater Scottish loch which crosses the Highland Boundary Fault, often considered the boundary between the lowlands of Central Scotland and the Highlands. If you decide to forgo the Loch Lomond cruise you can spend the time admiring the scenic beauty from the shoreline of the Loch, which gives you picturesque views of the national park. We then make our way along the scenic route towards Fort William, to visit the Nevis Range. On arrival, we take a cable car (subject to operation) to Aonach Mòr on the Nevis range. Standing at 1,345 metres above sea level, it is a popular mountain destination. We will also stop today at the Commando Memorial, which is a Category A listed monument in Lochaber, Scotland, dedicated to the men of the original British Commando Forces raised during World War II. Additionally, we visit the Neptune's staircase, which is a flight of eight locks on the Caledonian Canal. This amazing feat of engineering raises the canal by 19m over a quarter of a mile of continuous masonry and takes around 90 minutes for a boat to travel up or down the locks. Built by Thomas Telford between 1803 and 1822, it is the longest staircase lock flight in Scotland. We then make our drive back to the restaurant in the evening, before going back to the hotel.
Glasgow - Edinburgh - Glasgow (Distance: 160 Kms) After breakfast today we drive to Edinburgh, which is Scotland's compact, hilly capital; with its medieval Old Town and neoclassical buildings. Today drive to Edinburgh, on route, we stop for a photo stop at Falkirk Wheel which is a rotating boat lift in Scotland,connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.The world's first & only rotating boat lift was opened by her Majesty, The Queen in 2002. Then, we visit The Kelpies:30-metre-high horse-head sculptures depicting Kelpies. The sculptures were designed by sculptor Andy Scott and were completed in October 2013. The Kelpies are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland. Arrive into Edinburgh and visit the famous Edinburgh Castle with its fine state apartments and ancient Scottish crown jewels. Descend the hill and cross the Royal Mile to see St Giles' Cathedral and its crown shaped spire. Continuing the journey, we view the Forth Road Bridge to enjoy a spectacular view of the Forth Rail Bridge. We will then make our way to the restaurant for Indian dinner, on the allocation of our entry time enjoy your meal
Glasgow - Lake District - London (Distance: 685 Kms) Today morning after breakfast we check out of the hotel and make our way towards the Lake District. The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England. As we drive through the Lake District, admire the lakes, towns, villages and mountains within the National Park. Once we reach Lake Windermere a large lake in Cumbria's Lake District National Park, we enjoy our 45-minute boat cruise from Bowness-on-Windermere, which is surrounded by mountain peaks and villages. We then board a Heritage Steam Train ride from Lakeside to Haverthwaite. Travel back in time when you climb aboard the train. Enjoy views from your carriage up to Haverthwaite. Later, we depart for London and bid farewell to those that are getting of at their drop off points on the route.
Note: On occasions, due to large events, traffic, logistics and availability of reservations, it may be necessary to change the above itinerary. However, all aspects of the itinerary will be covered. Nevis range is subject to operation based on weather conditions. If the Nevis range is closed we will do Glencoe, if this is not possible you will be refunded the group rate of Nevis Range.
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Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults
Infants 0 - 23 months price is $215 for a seat in coach only
Max occupancy per room is 3 person (excluding infants)
$55 reduction will apply for 2nd child without a bed
Single supplement will be an additional $205
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Loch Lomond From the Loch admire the breath-taking beauty & wealth of history, legend and folklore whilst on board a boat sailing through the Loch.
In Scotland the currency you will require will be Pounds (GBP/Sterling). Star Tours advices passengers to exchange any spending money for their holiday before they actually travel. Whilst on tour it is very inconvenient to change money and most places we will be visiting will not have ATM machines or accept credit/debit cards.
We also advice our passengers to keep some change in coins on them whilst on tour as using toilets in many parts of Scotland is not free.
An important point to note whilst on a touring holiday is that some long journeys are unavoidable especially when travelling from city to city.
It is advisable passengers carry necessities that they may need for the day such as water, dry snacks, cameras etc. with them in their hand luggage.
For this tour it should be noted that the travel times are extensive on this tour.
Please see a summary of the distances you will be covering below:
Breakfast will be provided at the hotels. The breakfast is usually in a separate dining area of the hotel, and is usually a continental breakfast, which will consist of tea, coffee, bread, cereals, fruit and yogurt.
Passengers can choose from different diets, including vegetarian, Jain or non-vegetarian (Halal will not always be available) meals. Passengers should advice their tour representative of their preferred diet on the day one. The meals are pre-set buffet and a choice of menu is not available. Meals will be provided with Tap Water only.
Lunches are usually vegetarian only and are provided outdoors at a service station/rest area where limited or no seating is available. Lunch is served in a picnic style buffet arrangement. Dinners are usually provided within the hotel or restaurant in a separate dining facility. You should always consult your tour representative if you are not sure of what ingredients a dish contains.
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Not all hotels in this tour will have air-conditioning so you should carry a small portable fan with you especially during the summer months.
Please also note that not all hotels provide a kettle so if hot water is required for warming milk etc in the hotel then it is advisable to carry a bottle warmer / kettle as well as a thermos flask. Passengers may also want to carry a small travel iron and hair dryer etc, as many hotel rooms may not have these facilities.
If you use services such as the phone or mini bar, or pay TV whilst in your room, you will have to pay the hotel directly when you check out; these services are not included in your tour cost.
The maximum occupancy per room on this tour is 3 person(s).
You should only make trips to high altitudes if you feel healthy. The following recommendations apply:
Advanced age is no barrier to high altitude. For blood pressure patients who are well controlled with medication, the altitude is not a concern. Asthmatics can travel to high altitudes without any problems. High-altitude air is less polluted with particles that can cause an asthma attack. Epileptics who are well controlled with medication should be able to negotiate the altitude.
Pregnant women: There may be a certain risk for pregnancy even without pre-existing diseases over 2500-3000 metres. Caution is therefore advised if in doubt, please consult your doctor in advance.
Infants: Short-term stays at the mountain tops are unproblematic. Infants and young children are often unable to equalise pressure during descent and are therefore increasingly at risk of ear irritation. Regular swallowing (drinking, sucking on a bottle) during the descent can prevent the occurrence of irritation.
Because children can chill faster than adults, always pay attention to sufficient protection from the cold at high altitude. Sunglasses and a good sunscreen are necessary on the glaciers!
High altitude visits not recommended for:
Lung and heart patients who are already short of breath while at rest or when climbing stairs are advised not to stay at high altitude. Patients with angina pectoris or severely impaired performance with heart enlargement and heart failure should not visit high altitude. Coronary artery disease (angina pectoris) and heart enlargement with medical therapy should not visit high altitude. Patients with a pronounced risk profile for cardiovascular disease (smoker + high blood pressure + diabetes + high blood fats + overweight + occasional chest pain) should consult the doctor before visiting high altitude.
Do not stay at high altitude after having striated muscles or a stroke.
Pick up Times
Passengers should arrive at their pick-up point no later than 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Your pick-up point, address and time will be stated on your invoice. If you have selected a pick-up time outside of Wembley then you will be confirmed your pick-up time.
Pick-up will be Northbound Services and drop-off will be at Southbound Services.
You do not require Schengen visas for this tour, however if you hold a non EU passport then you will require UK Visa. Please consult the British Embassy in your country of residence.
Passengers can be well prepared by ensuring they are carrying appropriate clothing, footwear and accessories. Passengers should also be aware that during the winter months most of the sightseeing will be in the dark as, in Scotland, the day becomes dark very early during winter. Passengers should consult with Star Tours at the time of booking if they are unsure.
Wheelchairs & Child Seats
We will accept light weight manual wheelchairs for travel, subject to them being capable of being stowed in the luggage hold of the coach. It is also essential that a family member is also on the tour to push their wheelchair. Star Tours will also request hotels for suitably equipped rooms; however, this is only on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed. It should be noted Ben Nevis is not fully accessible for a wheelchair user. Some part of Edinburgh will have cobbled streets, which may not be suitable for wheelchairs.
In most of Europe, the use of child seats in coaches is mandatory for children under the age of 12 or who are shorter than 150 cm. Children under 7 years old or less than 125 cm tall must use a child seat with a harness or a restraint system. Children between 7 and 12 years old or between 125 and 150 cm tall must use a booster seat or a seat cushion. It is the responsibility of the child's parent or guardian to provide the appropriate child seat for their child.
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3-day short break by rail to Edinburgh + Scotland
2 nights in edinburgh hotel, edinburgh sightseeing and guided day trip to scottish highlands.
Edinburgh, Loch Ness and the Highlands
Three days in Scotland will give you plenty of time to see Scotland's capital, Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands, home to Loch Ness and Glencoe. On your first day arriving in Edinburgh you will experience Edinburgh from the hop-on-hop-off bus , covering all the major Edinburgh landmarks including Edinburgh Castle, plus your chance to visit Edinburgh Castle (entrance included).
This tour runs 6 days a week (choose your starting day from Monday to Saturday). Your middle day in Scotland is your day to journey into the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness with a full guided tour.
On the last day you again have a full day in Edinburgh to explore in your own free time , before departing on an evening train.
Accommodation is by carefully selected, centrally located 3-star hotel , with breakfast included, or Bed and Breakfast. Standard facilities including private shower, toilet, television and tea/coffee making facilities are available.
Tour highlights Tour details Day 1 itinerary Day 2 itinerary Day 3 itinerary Hotel accommodation Prices & reservations
3-DAY SCOTLAND BREAK WITH 3* HOTEL
3-Day Scotland excursion from London by high speed train
• Travel by high speed train • 2 nights 3* hotel in Edinburgh city centre with breakfast • Day Tour to Loch Ness & the Highlands • Hop-off, hop-on sightseeing bus tour Edinburgh • Entry to Edinburgh Castle
Midweek 3-day tour by rail to Scotland highlights
Round-trip train tickets to Edinburgh with reserved seats
Stay two nights in a centrally located 3-star Edinburgh hotel, with breakfast
Hop-on hop-off Sightseeing tour of Edinburgh
Entry ticket to Edinburgh Castle
A free Edinburgh city map and information booklet
Day Tour to Loch Ness & the Scottish Highlands
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3-day Scotland from London details
Tour runs 6 days a week: every Monday - Saturday.
6.30am - check in at London Kings Cross Railway Station, 7am - departure
11.22am - arrival in Edinburgh.
5.30pm - train leaves from Waverley Station
10.15pm - arrival back at London Kings Cross Railway Station.
Day 1: Hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour of Edinburgh/Edinburgh Castle
It's a very early morning start to the tour from London Kings Cross Station. This enables a late morning arrival in Edinburgh with full days sightseeing ahead.
The train journey to Edinburgh takes approximately 4 1/2 hours. On arrival, you will make your own way to your central Edinburgh hotel and start exploring this exciting city.
You have included a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour to make the most of your time in Edinburgh. There are frequent departures every twenty to thirty minutes so you will not have to wait for too long.
You can choose to visit Edinburgh Castle on this day; a 1,100-year-old fortress built on Castle Rock, a long-extinct volcano. Explore the long, bloody history of the castle, from its time as a military fortress, royal residence and prison of war.
Alternatively, you can save the tickets for your final day.
Day 2: Day trip to the Highlands of Scotland and Loch Ness
An amazing trip to Loch Ness and the chance to go Monster hunting! Heading north from Edinburgh you will pass the imposing ramparts of Stirling Castle, skirt the Trossachs (Rob Roy country) before crossing the wilds of Rannoch Moor and onto dramatic Glencoe.
Your tour takes you past Fort William and Britain’s highest mountain, the mighty Ben Nevis before following the Great Glen and stopping in the village of Fort Augustus by the shores of the mysterious Loch Ness. You will have between 90-120 minutes at Fort Augustus.
You have the option to take a boat trip on Loch Ness, explore or simply relax in a pretty Highland village. Lunch is a locally produced picnic lunch.
Return journey passes through ‘Monarch of the Glen’ country, south to Perthshire and the historic town of Dunkeld. Finally on your entry into Edinburgh you will get a spectacular view of the Forth Bridges, before arriving back in the Capital around 8pm.
Day 3: Edinburgh free time
This is your day to have to yourself a full free day in Edinburgh to visit one of the many amazing attractions on offer. You could take a walk down the Royal Mile, or a trip to the Holyrood Palace, the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. Or you might choose one of the many museums and galleries in Edinburgh to visit.
If you wish you could take a walk through Holyrood Park, then climb over Salisbury Crags and onto Arthur's Seat, with breathtaking views over the city of Edinburgh.
If you did not visit Edinburgh Castle on your first day, this would be your last chance to visit before departure for your train back to London very late afternoon.
Your hotel accommodation - 3-star hotel or bed and breakfast
Accommodation is by carefully selected, centrally located 3-star hotel, with breakfast included, or Bed and Breakfast.
Standard facilities including private shower, toilet, television and tea/coffee making facilities are available.
Prices & tour reservations
Prices displayed on the banner link are the current prices for this tour. Sometimes on special occasions there may be slight changes to the tour, dates or price so do check on the booking page linked below. Extra dates are often put on around long holiday weekends, notably Easter and New Year.
Prices vary depending on departure date reflecting the seasonal accommodation rates in Edinburgh.
You will be emailed a confirmation with a booking reference after reservation. The booking reference and the name of the person ordering is all that you need to quote when joining the tour, there are no paper tickets.
On the tour detail page from the link below, there is a date drop-down at the top right of the page, which depicts which dates still have availability. By selecting your required date you start the reservation process. Once we list a date for operation it is guaranteed to run, there are no minimum numbers.
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3 Day Scotland Tour from London
Our 3 day Scotland tour from London takes you to the best of the region including Edinburgh, the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness. Highlights of the trip include seeing the dramatic countryside in the Northern region of Scotland, exploring the city of Edinburgh, visiting Edinburgh Castle, admiring Loch Ness, and more. It includes 2 nights accommodation with breakfast and return train ticket. The tour is available every day, starting and ending in Central London.
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tour highlights & itinerary
- 06:15: Make your own way to King’s Cross Station, meet our tour representative before boarding your train. (You will travel to Edinburgh unescorted)
- 07:00: Depart King’s Cross on a high-speed train with reserved standard class seating. Choose to upgrade to First Class, which includes breakfast, refreshments and seats with extra legroom
- Enjoy a Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour of Edinburgh with a live guide passing iconic sights such as Edinburgh Castle, The Palace of Holyrood House, Carlton Hill, and the Royal Mile
- Visit Edinburgh Castle with entry tickets included in the tour
- Check-in to your hotel in the early afternoon
- Free time in the afternoon to explore the city. You can hop on and off the bus as many times as you wish
- Overnight in Edinburgh
- Breakfast in hotel
- Join our Loch Ness & Highlands Tour into the rugged landscapes of the north
- Depart Edinburgh and head into the dramatic Scottish highland countryside, passing mountains and valleys and seeing the local wildlife
- Stop to see the dramatic views at Rannoch Moor
- Enjoy a boat cruise along Loch Ness and look out for the monster!
- A free local picnic lunch is included by the loch
- See the site of Glencoe, where a legendary battle once took place
- Return and overnight in Edinburgh
- Begin the day with a free morning to explore the city
- Popular choices include visiting the National Museum of Scotland (entry is free) entering the Palace of Holyrood House, which is King Charles III official residence in Scotland (entry not included)
- 2:30 pm: Depart Edinburgh by train, arriving in London at 6.50pm
Please note that timings are subject to change
To view the full itinerary for this tour click here
- The tour includes Standard Class rail tickets to and from London
- 2 nights accommodation in a centrally located 3 star hotel including breakfast
- Hop-On-Hop-Off bus
- Entry ticket to Edinburgh Castle
- Day tour to Loch Ness, Glencoe and The Highlands including a picnic lunch
- Optional upgrade to First Class rail tickets including breakfast & dinner
- At the end of your 3-day Scotland tour you will return to London.
- It’s also possible to extend your stay in Edinburgh, and you can contact us for further information
- Accommodation is included in a 3* hotel, in a twin or double room. Single travelers pay a single occupancy rate. Breakfast is included
- Once booked, this tour is non-refundable or ammendable
- The tour is not suitable for children under the age of 5
- The tour is self-guided on day 1 & 3. On day 2you will have a fully guided tour
- The hop on hop off bus is valid for day 1. You can hop on and off as much as you like during this time period. A city map is included
Loch ness & highlands trip.
Our Loch Ness & Highlands trip is a great addition to your 3 Day Scotland tour from London. You’ll leave Edinburgh and head into an area of rugged and wild Scottish countryside known as The Highlands. Take in the spectacular scenery and wildlife as we head towards Loch Ness. We’ll stop at iconic locations including Glencoe . This dramatic site has been used as a filming location in Harry Potter and James Bond films. Loch Ness is one of the most famous places to visit in Scotland and home to the legends of Nessie the Loch Ness monster. Enjoy a boat cruise along the cruise where you can take in this spectacular landscape, followed by a visit to the ruins of Urquhart Castle.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and is where you will find the Scottish parliament. Our 3 Day Scotland Tour gives you the flexibility to explore as much of Edinburgh as you want. The formal side of the package includes a panoramic sightseeing tour of the capital where you will get an overview of the city. You will also have free time to explore the city on day 3, and the whole of day 2 if you decide not to join the Loch Ness & Highlands trip.
Edinburgh is a very beautiful city with impressive architecture and a vibrant nightlife. Highlights include the Royal Mile which is the main street in the Old Town and nearby Grassmarket, the historic marketplace. Edinburgh Castle is one of the most visited attractions which dominates the skyline. It is home to the Scottish Crown Jewels (the Honours of Scotland) and the Coronation Stone.
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Discover the Best Scotland Tours From London
Discover scotland’s magic and legends on intriguing tours of scotland.
You know Scotland is a magical place once you hear that its National Animal is the unicorn! Many visitors to Scotland are in search of its enchanting mysteries – like the unicorn and the Loch Ness Monster.
Others go there to experience the Scottish zest for life as shown by the exuberant kilt-wearing-bagpipe-playing Scotsmen. There are those, too, who think authentic Scottish food is the best reason to visit – sheep’s stomach filled with savory haggis, anyone?
Whatever your reason for making Scotland your next vacation destination, Scotland tour packages can match all the fun and adventure you are anticipating. These tours really do fill your itinerary with the things you want to do.
You travel on modern, comfortable, well-equipped, sightseeing buses as you go from one Scotland tourist attraction to the next. Quite often, tour packages will conveniently bundle in the costs of your hotel accommodations, meals, transportation and admission to attractions.
Take a Historic Edinburgh Tour
Many tourists who take tours of Scotland start in its capital – beautifully elegant Edinburgh. Catch a panoramic view of the city from any of the seven rocky hills that it flows over. Photographers, get your cameras ready because every vantage point gives you that “perfect shot!”
Dubbed the “Athens of the North”, Edinburgh’s rich culture and architectural marvels provide some of the most intriguing stops in your tour of the country: • see medieval history on display at the impenetrable bull-nosed Castle Rock • travel along the Royal Mile running from Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House • hop aboard an air-conditioned mini-coach and go sightseeing to magnificent gardens and castles as well as the world-famous Princess Street • join an expert storyteller on a ghosts and ghouls tour into Edinburgh’s mysterious past
Venture Out on a Day Trip from Edinburgh to the Highlands
The region around Edinburgh holds a myriad of locations for you to visit, each with its own unique history and interesting tales about those who lived there. Your experienced and knowledgeable local guides will fill you in on all the best stories and folklore about each place you visit.
Start out on your fantastic Scotland tours from Edinburgh by booking day trips out to • beautifully unspoiled Loch Lomond National Park and the medieval stronghold of Stirling Castle • now world-famous for its golf, The Kingdom of Fife is the ancestral home of the Scottish monarchs • aptly named Loch Awe and a stand of towering mountains are the setting for the magnificent ruins of Kilchum Castle
Explore the Amazing Loch Ness and Search for Nessie
The scenic Scottish Highlands hold one of the most famous lakes in the world – Loch Ness. Even better known is the creature affectionately called Nessie, thought by many to be living in its depths.
Fort Augustus lies at the southern end of the loch and you are sure to hear some amazing tales about Nessie-sightings from the locals. By the end of the tour you may have your own fantastic Nessie-sighting tale to tell – so keep a sharp look out!
Discover the Amazing Isle of Skye
A vivid mountain backdrop sets the stage for what is possibly the most beautiful location in the country. Visitors are left in awe of the rocky slopes of the imposing Cuillins, the mountains that dominate this region.
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Apart from day trips from Edinburgh , you could also consider opting for a Scotland tour package that takes you all over Scotland. Scotland tours from London and Scotland tours from Glasgow feature amazing tours of the city before you head off on your multiday Scottish adventure.
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Scotland 5 Days
Balaji Temple Birmingham - Lake District - Windermere Lake - Kirkstone Pass - Ullswater Lake - Aira Force Waterfall - Gretna Green - Glasgow City Tour - Highland - Loch Lomond - Ben Nevis - Fort William - Glen Coe Mountain Range - Loch Ness - Inverness - Isle of Skye - Portree - Fairy Pool - Eilean Donan Castle- Sterling Castle - William Wallace Monument- Bracklin Waterfall - Edinburgh Castle - Royal Mile - Calton Hill - Edinburgh City Tour
Start at 23-12-2023 , 7:30 AM End at 27-12-2023 , 11:00 PM
Scotland – 5 Days 4 Nights
This impressive 5-day tour showcases the best of the Scottish mountains, lakes, Highlands and Islands. From stunning lakes to the dramatic mountain landscapes of Skye, our Grand Tour will live with you forever. As part of a small tour group, you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy world-famous sights like Loch Ness and Eilean Donan Castle as well as some hidden gems that many tourists never see.
Early morning, we depart from our pick-up point in London towards Sri Venkateshwara Balaji Temple in Birmingham before continuing our journey towards Windermere Lake in Lake District, which is England’s largest fresh water Lake. Here you will have the chance of either going on to the cruise or hiring the power boat to have a thrilling experience of the lake. You will also have some time to explore the town.
You will then return to the coach and we will depart for Glasgow (Scotland). We will travel via one of the most scenic routes which will give us a chance to view the Kirkstone Pass which is a mountain pass in the Lake District having an altitude of 1,489 feet (454 m) and Ullswater Lake which is the second largest lake in English Lake District and it will accompany us for approximately 14.5kms. We will then join the motorway to reach Glasgow via Gretna Green. Gretna Green is a village in the south of Scotland famous for runaway weddings. On the arrival at Glasgow, we will stop at the city centre which is the heart of Glasgow. It consists of Glasgow Cathedral, City Chambers and the famous St. Georges Square. Later check-in to our hotel for a night stay.
We enjoy delicious Indian meal at the restaurant before making our way to the hotel for a night stay.
After the early breakfast at the hotel, we will start our second day journey towards Highland to view the Magnificent Mountains and lake scenery. On the way our first stop will be at Loch Lomond , one of the prettiest and largest Lochs in the whole of Scotland. We then visit the infamous site of the 1692 Glencoe massacre one of the most famous Glens, where we pause for a photo-stop and to soak up the atmosphere in that haunting Glen, followed by a short drive to Fort William in the shadow of Britain’s highest mountain Ben Nevis , where we stop for lunch. Travelling on, we admire the Caledonian Canal and the pretty village of Fort Augustus , enjoying the spectacular view of Loch Ness . It is 24 miles long and over 700 ft deep, is most famous for its sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as Nessie.
We will then drive towards Inverness. On arrival enjoy your meal at the Indian restaurant before checking-in to the hotel for next two nights.
(Breakfast + Dinner)
In early morning, after breakfast we will depart towards Isle of Skye , on the way making a quick stop at Eilean Donan Castle , one of the most photographed castles. Later crossing over the SKYE BRIDGE , you follow dramatic coastline towards the island’s capital, Portree . And after all this breath-taking beauty we will head towards our main attraction for the day Fairy Pool waterfalls , the most beautiful waterfalls in this Island. It takes about 20minute walk after crossing the stepping stones and river markings to reach the first and the largest waterfall. It features a natural arch, offering an exhilarating under water swim through the arch.
We then make our drive back to the restaurant in the evening, before going back to the hotel, (night stay will be in Inverness).
Today morning after breakfast, we drive through Cairngorms national park, UK's largest national park and has the highest range of mountains, we will be making a stop on route at Loch Morlich . A stunning beach, in the beautiful settings of the Cairngorms and Glenmore Forest. Loch Morlich surrounded by the mighty trees of Glenmore Forest, the pristine Morlich Beach and a picture-postcard backdrop of the peaks of the often snow-clad Cairngorm mountains, it’s no wonder it’s considered to be one of the finest lochs in Scotland. Continuing our journey we will drive to the town of Stirling which has a backdrop of Stirling castle, enjoy free time for lunch and exploring. Then visit a Whiskey Distillery, learn more about the traditional art of whisky distilling on our guided tour, followed by a tasting (optional). Later visit Falkirk Wheel which is a rotating boat lift in Scotland, connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. Then, we visit The Kelpies: 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures depicting Kelpies. The Kelpies are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland.
After the exhausting day, we will depart for Edinburgh where we will stay overnight.
Today morning after breakfast, we check out of the hotel and depart for the capital city of Scotland - Edinburgh! As it says the name is enough, everyone knows that Edinburgh is the most historical town of Scotland. Here you will have the opportunity to do the walking tour with our tour manager who will guide you throughout the city. We will cover Calton Hill, National monument of Scotland, Nelson Monument, Scott Monument, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh Castle, St. Giles Cathedral, Royal Mile, Scottish Parliament and the Hollyrood Palace . After enjoying the most popular city we will help ourselves for the Lunch and depart towards London. Upon arrival at London We will bid farewell to each other and hoping to see each other soon again.
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4:30am EAST HAM – OUT SIDE EAST HAM STATION, HIGH STREET NORTH, E6 2JA.
5:30am WEMBLEY – OUT SIDE SANATAN HINDU MANDIR, EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY, HA0 4TA.
6:00am HOUNSLOW – OUTSIDE HOUNSLOW CENTRAL STATION, TW3 1JG.
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Price Per Person
- Adult – £600
- Child – £475 (Age 3 to less than 14yrs)
- Infant – £175 (0 to under 3 years)
- Single Room - £850
- Transportation in AC Vehicle (This may be Minibus or Coach)?
- Price per person include a room shared between 2/3 adults
- Child aged 3-14 must share a room with 2/3 adults.
- Max occupancy per room is 3 people (Excluding Infants)
- 4 English continental breakfast
- 4 Indian dinner (Veg, non-veg & Jain option also available)
- Any expense of personal nature.
- Any expense for food or snacks during the day
- Entry fees to the attractions
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Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the departure time.