Welcome To Our Scotland,
England & Wales
Looking forward to our new season we can't wait for you to share our Scotland.
If visions of spectacular scenery, hearing tales of captivating and often turbulent history, vibrant culture and sipping the finest single malts, aren’t enough of an enticement to visit Scotland, how does exceptional value sound?
We at Royal Scottish Tours have made visiting Scotland in 2014 even better by offering many of our first class coach tours, sightseeing tours, driving holidays and tattoo packages at 2013 prices. There has never been a better time to travel to Scotland and experience its timeless beauty, impressive heritage and meet some of the friendliest people in the world. At Royal Scottish Tours, we can help you plan the perfect holiday.
Save the date for something special! Scotland welcomes the world for the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014! The year-long programme of events will celebrate the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage. Scotland will also play host to two world-class events in 2014 - the XXth Commonwealth Games which Glasgow will host in July and the 40th Ryder Cup to be staged at historic Gleneagles in September. We invite you to come and experience a place where everyone feels at home!"
ENGLAND AND WALES
2014 – THE YEAR TO VISIT ENGLAND
2014 is the year to Visit Britain – and you’re invited!
England is so much more than London, Coronation Street and the Beatles. England boasts an abundance of castles, cathedrals, historic monuments, and museums all waiting to be discovered. Stroll the sun kissed beaches of Devon and Cornwall, traverse mysterious windswept moors of the Midlands or visit the misty mountains of The Lake District. At days end relax in the comfort of a quaint village pub and chat with the locals.
Wales is surrounded by coastline on three sides of the country. South Wales has the most contrast, from the cosmopolitan capital city of Cardiff to the 500 square miles of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the unspoiled sunny shores of Pembrokeshire. Mid Wales is more rural, where farm life prevails, castles abound and water and wilderness live in splendid harmony. North Wales boasts Snowdonia National Park, home to Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales. Discover the diverse beauty and distinct culture of
England and Wales – you’ll be glad you did.