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Glasgow: Celtic Park Stadium Tour and Dining Experience

1. Glasgow: Celtic Park Stadium Tour and Dining Experience

Enjoy behind-the-scenes access to Celtic Park on a guided stadium tour, taking in the Celtic FC boardroom, home dressing room, tunnel, and dugouts.   Following your tour, you will be taken to a restaurant where adults will dine on a 3-course menu. Children will dine from the kids' menu. 

Glasgow: Clydeside Distillery Tour and Whisky Tasting

2. Glasgow: Clydeside Distillery Tour and Whisky Tasting

Discover the Dockside Story and soak in the history of the Old Pumphouse and the historic area of the Queen's Dock in the self-guided area at the start of the tour. Learn about the birth of the whisky industry and Glasgow’s history, featuring live footage and animation bringing the story to life. Next, your expert guide will take you through several areas of production at the distillery. See the craftsmen produce the high quality, New Make Spirit, currently maturing to become The Clydeside Single Malt Whisky. Your guide will provide all the detail in the production process at the distillery, including malting, mashing, fermentation, and distillation. Marvel in the picturesque Still House with the copper wash and spirit still, admiring the view down the River Clyde. Head into the tasting room where you'll experience the development of the Clydeside spirit, starting with the distillery's new make, followed by two whiskies that have each matured in first-fill bourbon casks and first-fill sherry casks.

From Glasgow: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky Tour

3. From Glasgow: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky Tour

Discover Scotland's glorious past on this exciting tour in the hearthland of Highland heroes such as Rob Roy, Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. Marvel at the natural beauty of the forests, lochs and mountains in Loch Lomond National Park. You will depart Glasgow at 9 AM and travel towards Stirling, along a route that has been used for thousands of years by invading armies. It was the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire, and was later used by the English King Edward I as he marched towards Stirling. As you approach Stirling the magnificent castle dominates your view and you make your way up towards the high volcanic rock where it imposes itself upon the surrounding land. To the north is the towering National Wallace Monument commemorating Scotland’s great hero William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson in the Oscar-winning movie Braveheart. To the South is Bannockburn castle where, in 1314, the great Scottish warrior-king Robert the Bruce defeated the English army of Edward II. From Stirling you will travel into the Highlands to an area known as the Trossachs National Park. Often referred to as "The Highlands in Miniature" it marks the point where the Lowlands meet the Highlands. You will stop here for lunch in the heart of the National Park forest outside Aberfoyle, where you can enjoy the magnificent nature all around you. After lunch you "take the high road" or back-road to Loch Lomond. With 79 islands, it is Scotland’s largest loch,andt takes its name from the mountain Ben Lomond on the eastern shore. Following a walk out along the west highland way you travel onto the picturesque Distillery of Glengoyne, one of the bestselling malt whiskies in Scotland, where you have the option to tour the Distillery or enjoy the refreshments that are on offer at their "Slainte Mhath Shop." From there, it’s just a short drive back to Glasgow at around 6 PM.

Glasgow: Street Art Guided Walking Tour

4. Glasgow: Street Art Guided Walking Tour

Find out how the amazing city of Glasgow is filled with stunning and unique murals. This urban art and culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow and you'll learn about their development and the artists behind the pieces. During the 2-hour tour, see works you may recognize from locally-known artists as well as some lesser-known, unique pieces. Get to understand the stories and inspiration behind each work and learn about how this art culture developed in Glasgow. Not only will you see famous street art pieces, but you will also learn about modern Glasgow, and the nightlife and lively culture that exists today in the city. The young vibrancy of Glasgow is one of its most attractive qualities and something you shouldn't miss on your trip to the city.

Glasgow: Glengoyne Distillery Guided Tour & Whiskey Tasting

5. Glasgow: Glengoyne Distillery Guided Tour & Whiskey Tasting

Follow the journey of whiskey-making through mashtun and washbacks to the swan-necks of copper stills. Discover how every ounce of flavor is captured before sending the spirit to the cask. In the cool confines of the stone warehouse, see where the magic of maturation takes place. Learn how the whiskey ages, from the difference the wood makes, to how the spirit deepens in color over the years. After the tour, enjoy a tutored tasting of 3 Glengoyne Whiskies. Each whisky is paired with a chocolate from award-winning, Iain Burnett the Highland Chocolatier.

From Edinburgh: Discovering Malt Whisky Distillery Day Tour

6. From Edinburgh: Discovering Malt Whisky Distillery Day Tour

Departing Edinburgh at 9:30 AM, your tour takes you west past Stirling to Glengoyne distillery. Here you will be introduced to the simple but magical process of turning barley, water, and yeast into whisky. From here, you take a scenic drive to the shores of Loch Lomond for a tasty pub lunch and the chance to sample some local beer. After lunch it is recommended to take a short walk to the viewpoint overlooking the loch before heading towards the second distillery of the day. Deanston Distillery is a converted cotton mill on the banks of the River Teith has many interesting features and produces some unique whisky flavours. After a relaxed afternoon visit here you return to Edinburgh with the stories and flavors of single malt whisky fresh in your mind. You will return to Edinburgh at approximately 6:15 PM.

Isle of Skye & The Highlands: 3-Day Guided Tour from Glasgow

7. Isle of Skye & The Highlands: 3-Day Guided Tour from Glasgow

Escape the bustle of daily life and get back to nature on a 3-day tour of the Scottish Highlands and Isle of Skye, with bed and breakfast accommodations on Skye. Hear of clan massacres, visit monuments associated with Scotland’s struggle against the English, and see location sites of the blockbuster movie “Highlander.” Day 1: Departing Glasgow take a spectacular route north towards Stirling Castle, crossing the brooding expanse of Rannoch Moor, and on through Glen Coe. Stop at Eilean Donan Castle, where “Highlander” was filmed. Overnight stay in Inverness. Day 2: Enjoy a day excursion to the Isle of Skye. Explore the craggy Cuillin Mountains, dramatic hills of Quiraing, and beautiful Trotternish Peninsula. Look for seals, peeking out of the waves as you walk along the coast, or spot stags silhouetted on hillsides.  Day 3: Follow the banks of Loch Ness where you can take a boat tour to Urquhart Castle or do a bit of monster hunting from the shore. The route back to Glasgow takes you past the battlefield of Culloden, site of the defeat of the Jacobite forces. You will also drive through the Cairngorm Mountains, home of Britain’s highest mountain, and see the picturesque Victorian town of Pitlochry. Glasgow passengers will return to Edinburgh where they are issued with train tickets to Glasgow

Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow

8. Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow

Jump the line at Glasgow's Hard Rock Cafe and enjoy one of four menu options, including a starter, entrée, dessert, and coffee, tea, or soft drink. Enjoy your meal in the historic, renaissance-inspired Athenaeum Theater, built in the 1890s. You will also be surrounded by Hard Rock Cafe's iconic collection of memorabilia. Choose from the following menus: Gold Menu – 2-course menu Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burger (Black Angus steak burger) • Moving mountains burger (vegan burger) • Grilled chicken sandwich • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Grilled chicken caesar salad • BBQ pulled pork sandwich • Tupelo chicken tenders Dessert: • Brownie Beverage: • One soft drink, coffee, or tea Diamond Menu – 3-course menu Choice of Starter: • Caesar or house salad • Nachos to share Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burger (Black Angus steak burger)  • Moving mountains burger (vegan burger)  • BBQ combo – pork ribs and hickory-smoked pulled pork • Grilled salmon • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Steak salad • BBQ Chicken Dessert: • Chocolate cake Beverage: • One soft drink, coffee, or tea

From Edinburgh: Stirling, Kelpies, Loch Lomond & Whisky Tour

9. From Edinburgh: Stirling, Kelpies, Loch Lomond & Whisky Tour

Embark on a guided day tour to Stirling Castle, Kelpies, Loch Lomond, and the Glengoyne Distillery, departing from Edinburgh. Get an overview of Scottish history and culture as you explore some of the country's most famous landmarks. Depart from Edinburgh and travel first to Stirling Castle. Discover the secrets of this historic castle, which was the childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots and James VI. It is situated overlooking the River Forth, at the meeting point between Lowlands and Highlands. Visit the Royal Palace of the castle and witness lavish decor from the 1500s. Visit the last Royal Scottish building at Stirling, The Chapel Royal, and learn how Stirling castle is linked to famous names like King Robert the Bruce, Bonnie Prince Charlie, and the Jacobite uprising. From Stirling Castle, you will then visit the banks of Loch Lomond. Take a short hike on the shores and hear all about local legends along with the history, wildlife, and culture of Trossachs National Park. Learn more about the Vikings that landed and colonized this area many years ago. After hiking the banks of Loch Lomond, head to Glengoyne Distillery where you’ll get the opportunity to take a tour to learn about the whisky-making process. Discover how they create the famous “water of life” you’ll even get the chance to taste a delicious dram or two. Continue to the Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk and marvel at the almost 100ft work created by Glaswegian Andy Scott. Learn about these mythical creatures that are said to be prevalent in Scottish waters, and who can cause a lot of havoc to unsuspecting locals with their shape-shifting abilities. Finally, relax on the journey back towards Edinburgh. Be dropped off in the city center and say your farewells as you enjoy the rest of your time in Scotland.

From Glasgow: 2-Day Loch Ness, Inverness and Highlands Tour

10. From Glasgow: 2-Day Loch Ness, Inverness and Highlands Tour

Enjoy a glorious 2-day sightseeing tour of Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, with comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation on the banks of Loch Ness. Your guide will show you all the stunning and historical sights such as the towering mountain of Ben Nevis, the site of the Glencoe Massacre, and Glen Coe. Day 1: Head into the Highlands Depart Glasgow and head towards Stirling, before traveling onwards to enjoy a woodland walk in the Highlands of Dunkeld. Experience breathtaking Drumochter Pass, passing the stunning peaks of the Cairngorm National Park. Visit Culloden to see the last stand of the Jacobites against British government forces. Stay overnight on the shores of Loch Ness. Day 2: Monster Hunting at Loch Ness After a delicious Scottish breakfast, explore Loch Ness, keeping your eyes open for the legendary Nessie. You can take a boat tour over to Urquhart Castle, or visit the Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition if you prefer an alternative to a monster hunt. Travel south, taking in the majestic sweep of Great Glen and the stunning heights of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. Then visit Glen Coe and feel the past come alive as your guide tells of the terrible massacre of the MacDonald Clan. The route back to Glasgow takes you past the beautiful city of Stirling, where you can admire the stunning castle, and learn more about the exploits of William Wallace, the Scottish hero brought to life in the blockbuster film Braveheart.

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What people are saying about Glasgow

Tour of the relatively small distillery, followed by tasting of different finishes. Great value for money and good way to spend an hour

Excellent guide. Very well organised whiskey tour. However it's a new distillery with only 3 y.o single malts for tasting.

I enjoy the whole experience, brilliant tour guides. Great meal, very helpful friendly staff.

Guides are super friendly and knowledgeable. A great little tour.

nice to walk through the city through the street art.