Welcome to Scotland, this Western corner of Europe that mirrors a complex history and unveils a fantastic scenery at every step.
Feel like taking a dive in this miracle of a nation but are not quite sure where to begin? We put together a guide for first timers that will take you to some of the most exquisite locations in Scotland. This virtual tour will give you an introduction into the cultural richness of the world’s most welcoming country, according to Rough Guide Readers. Enjoy the ride!
#Loch Ness explorer
An impressive tour to loch ness involves touring to a wide range of premium highland sceneries. It also includes an opportunity that will allow you to go for a monster-hunting to loch ness. Other attractions include the mighty ben Nevis, the great glen, the dramatic Glencoe, and the Highland Perthshire.
As you explore the highland sceneries, some inclusions are added, such as the picnic lunch, souvenir map, free wifi, an audio guide of the foreign languages, and a local Scottish guide.
#Old Distilleries and waterfalls.
If you are looking to visit any of the towns or cities in Scotland that will give you the best experience of your lifetime, whiskey distilleries and waterfalls are the way to go. If you are a whiskey lover, you are given a chance to sample some of your favorite drinks and take a bottle home.
Some of the highlights that you can also enjoy during your special day visit while in Scotland include the Wallace monument, the hermitage forest walk, dunkeld cathedral, and some whiskey samples at the oldest working distillery in the country. Private chauffeur Scotland is a good guiding option through these historic sites, waterfalls and distilleries.
#Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle, and the kelpies
Stirling Castle is one of the most famous castles in Scotland. The forts were once a home to many Scottish royals and hide many adventurous stories. A day trip will take you there from the country’s capital city to the mighty loch Lomond and also past the famous Kelpies sculptures which depict two giant horse heads.
During this trip, you can study the unique architecture, whether all-natural or even human-made. The castle’s gardens and its grounds are always open, but accessing them is usually limited.
#Outlander explorer tours and Highlander Games
Let’s move forward to the fascinating village of Falkland and the Doune castle. By booking a private tour, you will be guided through the past events of each town or city. A trip will give you the chance to visit the lovely mountains and experience the site-specific traditional highland games. One of the most popular games in the area is the Braemar gathering, where the queen herself attends. With 900 years of history, the Braemar games involve pipe bands, dancers and athletes, surrounded by a very Scottish atmosphere.
Edinburgh and its highland are a must when touring Scotland. Visit the town’s outskirts before returning to experience the spectacular Wallace monuments, Dunkeld Cathedral. Be sure to dive in the beauty of the old town and also climb to Arthur’s Seat and the Salisbury Crags.