Put on your walking shoes and discover historic Scotland. Explore places you would not see on a coach tour; see behind the buildings, the closes and under the pavement!
Go Scotland Tours offers a unique experience with guided walks of Edinburgh’s Old Town, New Town and Underground Vaults.
Secrets of Edinburgh Royal Mile Walking Tour
Learn the secrets of Edinburgh’s historic past on this afternoon walking tour of the city’s famous Royal Mile. Secrets of Edinburgh Royal Mile walking tour
For a more personal experience hire a private guide for a Private Walking Tour of Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle
Historic Vaults of Edinburgh Walking Tour
Visit the Edinburgh Underground Vaults. Witness the unaltered conditions in which real people lived, the notorious bodysnatchers. Historic Tour Edinburgh..
Hidden Georgian Gems – Edinburgh New Town Walking Tour (BRAND NEW!)
Historical walking tour of the premier street in Edinburgh Georgian New Town access to the finest interior features of some of George Streets famous building.
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Season greeting from Go Scotland Tours! It has been a great year and have met many wonderful friends from all over the world. This next year we have even more great Scotland tours in store for you. Much of the sights and landscape were a base for the popular animated movie ‘Brave’. Keep up to date on tour offers in Scotland with the Go Scotand Tours Newsletter. We will let you know new tours being offered from all different types of themes in all parts of Scotland. Very often we will have specials in which we post on our Facebook Page, Twitter, and Blog. So make sure to follow if you haven’t already!
For 2013 we will be introducing featured pages on themes and and destinations with information on special tour offers. To begin we have created city tour pages for Edinburgh and Inverness. A great resource for people taking a city break and want to discover the city and its surroundings
Come visit Inverness, The Capital of the Highlands, and stay a while. With a wide range of hotels and cosy B&Bs it is the perfect place to take a break. The highlands are full of culture, thrilling history and some of the most breath taking landscapes in the world. Inverness offers various options for full day tours from the city going in all directions. From a half day cruise tour to Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle, a full day Tour to the Isle of Skye and Eilean Donan Castle, and to the wild Applecross. The intensive 14 hour tour to Orkney is a very popular attractions. New for 2013 there are now 3 day tours to both Orkney and the Outer Hebrides. Also there are now regular tour departures from Invergordon Cruise Port. See our Featured Inverness Tours Page >>
Whenever in Scotland on tour you will find yourself in Edinburgh at some point. The historic city of Edinburgh can be the start point for your grand tour of Scotland but is also a great place for a city break. It would take you more than a few days to discover this amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site. The open top bus tours are ideal for touring the city and there are six to choose from! The Royal Mile is a special place to visit, discover its secrets on a walking tour or go deep into its underground vaults for a haunting experience. You will also find many choices of excursions outside the city to choose from; Rosslyn Chapel, St.Andrew’s, Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and more. If you are looking to escape from the crowd we also can arrange private local tourist guides in Edinburgh. See our Featured Edinburgh Tours Page >>
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Scotland Tours. The summer season has come to an end but don’t let that stop you from touring Scotland. In Autumn and Winter the Highlands come alive with a misty setting reminiscent of what you might expect from movies like ‘The Highlander’ and ‘Rob Roy’. A beautiful scene in the winter with snow caped hills. The Scotland Tours this time of year may be limited in options but the coach tours will be less crowded allowing you to gain a personal experience with the guide and other guests. And if the Scotland Tours you have in mind are not available we would be glad to offer the same tour with a private guide. Full day Scotland Tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow are available year round, and visiting during the off season gives you the opportunity to take advantage of the even lower prices. On this edition of Go Scotland Tours Newsletter we will explain what Scotland Tours are available this winter/autumn.
The Highland Ultimate Experience Tour of Scotland is the must go on tour to take. This tour includes all the must see sights of the Scotland Tours on the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Travelling through Highlands Perthshire to the famous Loch Ness. It might be colder than usual but Nessie doesn’t mind. Then after onto the Isle of Skye consider among the top sights for its natural landscape, and in the winter you might get a chance to see it covered in white. Departing Skye to the West Highlands we stop at one of the most photographed castles of the Scottish Highlands; Eilean Donan Castle. Continuing through the West Highlands to Ben Nevis, Fort William, Loch Linnhe, Glencoe, and Oban. These multi-day Scotland Tours are available as a 5 day Highland Tours, or in shorter douses with 3 day Skye Tours and 2 day Loch Ness Tours. There are also short half day Loch Ness cruise tours available from Inverness.
Full day Scotland tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow are a great way to tour Scotland if you only have a few days to spare. Experience Scotland Tours in one day with the Loch Ness and Highlands day tour; although this is just a glimpse of the country by coach you will still pass by all the sights you may have read in your guide book. But with out a doubt a must day trip is to the historic Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Trossachs day tour known as Rob Roy country. Other day tours available include: Oban and West Highlands Tour from Edinburgh or Glasgow, Rosslyn Chapel and Bannockburn tour from Edinburgh, St Andrews and Fife tour from Edinburgh, and a few Whisky day tours.
Explore the city of Edinburgh with the Hop-on Hop-off Bus tour that runs all day stopping at all the famous sights of Edinburgh. Sightseeing in Edinburgh can include such places as Scott Monument, Greyfriars Bobby, Museum of Scotland, # St Giles’ Cathedral, Tron Kirk, City Observatory and more. Discover the secrets of Edinburgh’s royal mile with an afternoon walking tour. If you are brave enough or like to be spooked then you must experience one of the many ghost tours of Edinburgh.
Go Scotland Tours aims to please all walks of life. Bespoke Scotland tours are a unique way to visit the country with a personal guide to take you to hidden corners you may not see on a regular tour. Customized private tours are available for individuals, small and larger groups. Go Scotland Tours can also arrange your corporate events. Edinburgh Airport transfers, transfers to other Scottish cities such as Glasgow and Aberdeen are some of the services available.
Join us this autumn/winter for Scotland Tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow to the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Ideal for those visiting Scotland over Christmas or Hogmanay, Scottish New Years!!
For more advise on planning your trip to Edinburgh be sure to contact a Go Scotland Tours Specialist right away. We look forward to seeing you in Scotland soon.
Start planning for your trip to Scotland now and contact a Go Scotland Tours representative!
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Scotland Tours. Enjoy a stress free organized tour of Scotland. Just pack your bags and we’ll take care of the rest. Various tours start from Edinburgh and also Glasgow. Tours to famous places in Scotland such as Loch Ness, Oban, Glencoe, Eilean Donan Castle, the Isle of Skye and more. These tours of Scotland are based on small sightseeing groups, ranging from 5 to 16 people, in the summer the groups can be a bit bigger. The unique experience of touring Scotland with a tour guide that is passionate about the country, knowledgeable and eager to make your tour both informative and enjoyable will be one to remember. On this edition of Go Scotland Tours Newsletter we will explain what small group tours in Scotland are available.
Enjoy a short break tour to Loch Ness and the rolling hills of the Scottish Highlands. Loch Ness is home to the famous monster affectionately called ‘Nessie‘. Here you can visit the Loch Ness Visitor Centre with information and photos of sightings of the monster. A stop at the historic Urquhart Castle is a must with its beautiful views of the Great Glen. Take a 2 day tour with overnight at Inverness, the capital of the highlands, or a short tour including Eilean Donan Castle and Fort William with views of Scotland’s tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. If you only have one day then enjoy a full day touring Loch Ness and the Highlands from Edinburgh or Glasgow.
When visiting Scotland you must take time to tour the Isle of Skye with some of the best views in Britain. The island of Skye there are many possibilities to tour natural and historic sights, such as the Quiraing mountain pass, Kilt Rock, and also the famous Cuillin Hills. Take a 3 day tour solely dedicated to exploring the isle of Skye, or combine Skye with other great tours of Scotland, like the 4 Island Magic Tour or Scottish Highland Explorer Tour.
Scotland holds many other opportunities to include on a grand tour of the country; Outer Hebrides Scotland Adventure Tour, Orkney Explorer and Far North of Scotland Tour, and tours to the Scottish Borders where you can visit Rosslyn Chapel which was part of the Da Vinci Code story. Also take an opportunity to see how the nation’s favourite spirit is made on a whisky tour, for those whisky lovers enjoy a 4 day tour to the Isle of Islay to visit its many distilleries.
It is also possible to base yourself in Edinburgh or Glasgow and take full day tours returning each day. There are various day tours available to such sights as Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond, Oban and Mull, the Scottish Borders, St. Andrews and more day tours. Or tour the city at your leisure on a hop on hop off sightseeing bus tour. For those more daring can take a ghost tour of Edinburgh.
If you can’t find what you are looking for on goscotlandtours.com be sure to contact a tour specialist. If you prefer to tour Scotland with a private guide we can customize a tour tailor-made to your request.
We look forward to seeing you in Scotland soon!!!.