William Wallace and Braveheart, the Loch Ness Monster, Sir Walter Scott’s Rob Roy, bagpipes and kilts, Bonnie Prince Charlie, moors and glens, clans and “lairds,” golf, whisky and haggis—all originate from a country of unimaginable beauty and a turbulent history—Scotland. Start in Glasgow, the U.K. City of Architecture and Design, visit the Scottish Highlands (where you won’t resist scanning the surface of the loch for Nessie) and end your tour in medieval yet cosmopolitan Edinburgh. An array of optional tours allows you to choose between stunning Eilean Donan Castle, St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf, and a two-day, post-tour stay in Edinburgh.
RESERVE BY : April 2, 2020
*After deadline, call 617.338.1111 for availability
- Round-trip regularly scheduled flight from Boston to Glasgow and Edinburgh to Boston, via a connecting city
- Eight nights’ accommodation
- Eleven meals: eight breakfasts, three dinners with beer or wine
- Round-trip, airport/hotel transfers
- Services of professional Tour Director
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Glasgow: Kelvingrove Art Gallery Museum, George Square, River Clyde, cathedral. The Highlands: Loch Lomond, Trossachs National Park, Inverary Castle and Gardens, Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness cruise, Clansman Harbour, Inverness. Perthshire, Blair Castle, Edradour distillery and whisky tasting. Edinburgh:Georgian New Town, Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle. OPTIONALS: Glasgow—Historic Scotland & Stirling Castle. The Highlands—Isle of Skye & Eilean Donan Castle. Edinburgh—Scottish Bagpipe lesson & dinner, Excursion to Abbotsford House & Melrose Abbey, Excursion to St. Andrews. EDINBURGH 2n post-tour extension $449 pp/do. OPTIONALS: Excursion to Rosslyn Chapel & Royal Yacht Britannia, Palace of Holyroodhouse & afternoon tea.
PRICING AND DEPOSIT
Prices are per person based on double occupancy. $4,779 for single reservations. Passport required. Per person deposit is $450.