A 14 day classic tour of Scotland, including Edinburgh, St Andrews and the Isle of Skye.
From Glasgow travel west to Ardrossan to take the ferry to Arran,a holiday-island for generations of Scots.Enjoy the gardens and the fine collections at Brodick Castle. Discover the island’s story at the Arran Heritage Museum. The coastal roads right round the island will also take you to the Lochranza Distillery in the north.
Returning to the mainland, go north east to Glasgow Scotland’s largest city to sample its heritage culture and music A UNESCO City of Music, Glasgow's legendary music scene covers the whole spectrum from contemporary and classical to Celtic and country, plus a huge range of cultural attractions, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Burrell Collection.
Go north from the city going through the heart of the Trossachs at the Duke’s Pass above Aberfoyle, now part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and the very byword for Scottish Highland scenery. From the Trossachs area, go east to Edinburgh. Overnight in Edinburgh.
Explore Edinburgh, with the Old Town – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – at its historic heart. An unrivalled cultural choice is offered in one of Europe’s great capitals.
Cross the Firth of Forth northbound to reach St Andrews in Fife, via the picturesque East Neuk of Fife fishing villages. Visit famous University town of St Andrews the 'Home of Golf'.