8 Days
First Class Coach Tour
Scottish Royal
Take the high road and the low road on this spectacular tour of Scotland that features the rugged beauty of the highlands, the lush countryside of the lowlands, the cosmopolitan buzz of Glasgow and the historic magic of Edinburgh.
Tour Tour
Highlights Inclusions
Line Line
  • Glasgow
  • Isle of Skye
  • Burns Country
  • Culzean Castle
  • Loch Lomond
  • Glencoe
  • Loch Ness
  • Urquhart Castle
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Culloden Moor
  • Kincraig
  • Speyside
  • St. Andrews
  • Edinburgh
  • Falkland Palace
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Farewell Scottish Evening


  • Transportation by modern coach
  • 7 nights in First Class hotels
  • All rooms ensuite
  • Full Scottish breakfast daily
  • 4 table d’hote evening meals in hotels
  • Farewell Scottish evening with dinner & entertainment
  • Panoramic city tours of Glasgow & Edinburgh
  • EXCLUSIVE pre-opening tour of Edinburgh Castle
  • Working sheepdog performance at Kincraig
  • Guided tour of a malt whisky distillery including a "wee dram"
  • Cruise on Loch Ness
  • All entrance fees & admissions
  • Admissions to:
  • Burns Heritage Centre
  • Culzean Castle
  • Urquhart Castle
  • Falkland Palace
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Culloden Moor Visitor Centre
  • St. Andrews Castle and Cathedral
  • Baggage handling charges at all hotels
  • Service charges and local taxes
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Prices are land-only per person in Canadian Dollars. Under 12 sharing with 2 adults $1199. Arrival and Departure transfers included for those who have air booked in conjunction with tour.
FROM  $2099
FROM  $2099

Day 1 - Saturday | Glasgow

Meet your tour guide at Glasgow Airport, before a panoramic tour of Glasgow, considered one of Europe’s most exciting and beautiful destinations. You will explore Saint Mungo’s Cathedral and visit Provand’s Lordship. Transfer to your hotel where you will enjoy a welcome drink and some free time. 

Dinner/Overnight – Menzies Hotel, Glasgow


Day 2 - Sunday | Burns Country

Depart for Ayrshire, where the first stop of the day is Culzean Castle. Culzean is surrounded by surging seas, lush forests and secret gardens. Later, continue to Rabbie Burns Country and the Burns National Heritage Park. The museum is the focal point of this beautifully landscaped park where visitors can cross the Brig o’Doon and visit the poet’s birthplace.  

Overnight – Menzies Hotel, Glasgow


Day 3 - Monday | Loch Ness & Inverness

Depart Glasgow for Inverness travelling along Scotland’s West Coast and Loch Ness. Highlights of the day include Loch Lomond, dramatic Glencoe, a visit to Urquhart Castle and a cruise on Loch Ness in search of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster.

Dinner/Overnight – Kingsmills Hotel – Inverness


Day 4 - Tuesday | Isle of Skye

Today a day trip to the Isle of Skye, one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands. Enjoy some spectacular views of the West Coast Mountains, including the Five Sisters of Kintail and Glen Shiel. Arriving on the island over the Skye Bridge, your journey will take you up the East Coast, through pretty little hamlets & villages with quaint cottages, experiencing breathtaking views of the Red & Black Cuillin Mountains. Next stop is Portree, capital of the island. You can enjoy some free time here, exploring the multi-coloured harbour, or warming up by a real coal fire in a local pub. On our return to Inverness, you will visit Eilean Donan Castle.

Dinner/Overnight – Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness


Day 5 - Wednesday Culloden, Speyside & Perthshire

Today we head to Perthshire via Culloden Moor, site of the 1746 Battle of Culloden. You will visit the new visitor centre which features an interpretive exhibition. Before leaving Speyside, stop at Kincraig for an impressive display from the Working Sheepdogs. Continue onto Perthshire for a visit either Blair Atholl or Edradour distillery, where you will sample hand-crafted single malt whisky. On arrival at your hotel, you will be welcomed with another ‘wee dram’!

Dinner/Overnight – Hilton, Dunkeld


Day 6 - Thursday | St. Andrews & Falkland

Depart Perthshire for Edinburgh via the Kingdom of Fife. You will stop at St. Andrews, home of Scotland’s oldest university and capital of golf. You will have time to explore this charming royal burgh which retains many historic sites. After lunch, head to Falkland to visit the village and the Palace, built by the King James V in 1539. It became a favourite retreat of the Stuart Dynasty including Mary Queen of Scots. The gardens contain the original Royal Tennis Court and the oldest in Britain.

Overnight – Crowne Plaza Roxburghe Hotel, Edinburgh


Day 7 - Friday | Edinburgh

After an early breakfast in the hotel, you will enjoy an exclusive, pre-opening tour of Edinburgh Castle - imagine having the opportunity to explore this magnificent site with no one else around? It really is an unforgettable experience. An expert guide will take you on a journey of the castle’s rich history and colourful characters. You will then enjoy a panoramic city tour of Edinburgh which features the ‘New’ and the ‘Old’ towns. The remainder of the day is at your leisure to explore the city. This evening, you will attend the Spirit of Scotland Show, an evening of traditional entertainment and dinner at the Jam House.

Dinner/Entertainment/Overnight – Crowne Plaza Roxburghe Hotel, Edinburgh


Day 8 - Saturday | Edinburgh

Your tour ends this morning after a hearty Scottish breakfast, with a transfer to Glasgow airport.

Scottish Royal