• Edinburgh

    Edinburgh the capital of Scotland. It is built on volcanic rocks, one of Europe's most distinguished city's with its dazzling scenes and buildings.

    The Old Town, built in the middle age, and New Town, from the Georgian age (18 century), leaves visitors in admiration with its breathing architecture. Draws the most visitors to Britain after London.

    We will set off our tour to Edinburgh Castle, in the Old Town, by walking on the stony pavement of the famous Royal Mile. We will move on to St Giles Cathedral, Queen Elizabeth 2 official residence in Scotland Holyroodhouse Castle and the Scottish Parliament. Our exploration of the city will take us to Gregorian age, the square of New Town. Both of these towns are included in the UNESCO’s World Culture Heritage List.

    You will become astonished with Edinburgh’s Calton Hill, offering an outstanding sightseeing.

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  • Glasgow & Stirling

    Glasgow is the largest Scottish city. It is renowned for its warm-hearted people, culture and architecture.

    Among places you will visit in Glasgow are:

    The Town Hall, built in 1888, with its magnificent George Square, the popular Buchanan Avenue, Glasgow Cathedral, Kelvingrove Park, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery within the park, the Glasgow University with its attractive Neo-Gothic building. Moreover, you will also see the West End region which includes the botanical gardens and the affluent Bothwell Town with its Bothwell Castle. We will have our lunch in this town and head of to Stirling.

    What awaits us is the Stirling Castle, built upon volcanic rocks it offers a magnificent view on the hilltop. It used to be the castle of the Kingdom. Along with the beautiful scenery it offers this castle is an attractive centre due its great architecture.

    In the town one also finds the monument of the Scots national hero, Wallace, famously known in the Brave Heart performed by Mel Gibson.

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  • Tour of the Highlands and Scottish Isles

    We offer tours to the breathtaking Highlands and Scottish Isles, famous with their history and sightseeing.

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  • A Day Trip tour to Loch Ness from Edinburgh

    Our tour will be from Loch Lomond to Luss Town, Ben Nevis, the highest peak of Britain, Fort William and Loch Ness, famous for its Loch Ness monster. You will be astonished with the sights on this tour.

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  • 3 Day Tour to Skye Island and Highlands

    Skye Island lays on the western coast of Scotland and it is the largest of the group of islands called Ic Hebrid. Skype tour will offer outstanding sightseeing.

    On this tour we will visit:

    Loch Lomond Pond, Inverness, known as the Highlands capital, Ness Pond, where the legend says Loch Ness monster is sighted, Skye Town and its surroundings and Stirling Town including the Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument.

    This tour will offer you a beautiful sightseeing and a taste of Celtic Myth and Legend. You will adore the Highlands and Skye Island.

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  • Tour of Dublin

    Dublin is highly popular with its literature, writers (Nobel Awarded), Guinness, traditional pubs and stone paved pavements. Dublin was awarded as the city of Literature by Unesco.

    Among the places we will visit are:

    Guinness Beer Factory, where Guinness is brewed, The Trinity College, one of the oldest universities in Dublin, with graduates like Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett and famous Book of Kells Library, Dublin Tower, built in the 13 century and was the official center of Britain in Dublin for 700 years, Parnell Square and Templer Bar area, where many popular pubs are found.

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  • Tour of Northern Ireland

    Having taken a tour in Belfast, and learned its past and culture, we will indulge in the Titanic Experience and gather information about the legendary ship and its tragic history. Our trip will involve a visit to the magnificent Antrim coast, which looks at the Atlantic ocean, the Dunluce Castle, in which some of the episodes of Games of Thrones were made, and Giant's Causeway, which is included in Unesco’s World Heritage List.

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