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  • Edinburgh: Chocolatarium Tour, Tasting & Chocolate Making

    1. Edinburgh: Chocolatarium Tour, Tasting & Chocolate Making

    Embark on an interactive chocolate experience, from chocolate tree to Scottish chocolate bar with an expert guide. Smell the roasting chocolate and see how chocolate is transformed from bitter beans to sweet, smooth chocolate. See real chocolate fruit and taste chocolate samples at different stages of the production process. In the Chocolate Kitchen, choose your own bar design, select your favorite flavors and create your own personalized bar, ready to collect at the end of your tour. While you are waiting for your chocolate bar to cool, take a seat in the Tasting Room. Here, learn about Scottish chocolate makers, sample fine single-origin chocolate, have a cup of hot cacao tea and choose your favorite chocolates to try from rows of chocolate tasting jars.

    Such a great time. I learned a lot and it was really cool to see the different origins of chocolate

  • Glasgow: Celtic Park Stadium Tour and Dining Experience

    2. 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. 

    Tour guide, Ben was very friendly and went into great detail. I sure learned a lot

  • The Scotch Whisky Experience: Guided Tour and Whisky Tasting

    3. The Scotch Whisky Experience: Guided Tour and Whisky Tasting

    This guided whisky tour tells the story of Scotland’s most famous product. A highlight of these tours is the Diageo Claive Vidiz Scotch Whisky Collection, which is the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky, encompassing almost 3,500 individual bottles. This tour starts with the Whisky barrel car ride, which takes guests through the production and maturation process of Scotch whisky. This is followed by a sensory journey of Scotland including an introduction to Scotch whisky aromas. Next, enjoy a tutored appreciation of Scotch whisky along with a viewing of the world’s largest collection of Scotch Whisky (guests under 18 years of age will be given Irn Bru, a Scottish soft drink). The gift of a crystal tasting glass is included with this tour. If you select the gold tour option, after enjoying a full guided tour, you'll compare and contrast 4 regional single malts whilst relaxing ...

    An amazing learning and tasting experience. Highly recommend upgrading to the gold to experience all the regions of Whisky production.

  • Edinburgh: Holyrood Distillery Gin and Whisky Guided Tour

    4. Edinburgh: Holyrood Distillery Gin and Whisky Guided Tour

    A modern distillery in the heart of historic Edinburgh, Holyrood Distillery is inspired by its surroundings, never afraid to experiment, and dedicated to shaping the spirit of tomorrow. Our guided experience allows you to discover how gin and whisky are created, as well as the traditions and innovative new methods in craft distilling. This is a hands-on sensory experience, taking in the sights of the gin and whisky distillery, with opportunities for tasting and nosing throughout. At the conclusion of the tour, you have the opportunity to purchase a flight of gin or whisky to enjoy at your leisure, with a full introduction by a member of the distillery's passionate team (this drink is included in the tour price until August 29th, 2021).

    We went for my partners birthday as he loves his Scotch! I don't drink the stuff but found it really interesting how it's made and the history behind it. And if whisky isn't your tipple then there's the gin tasting We had a whisky and gin flight at the end of the tour and went away slightly fluffy round the edges ☺ Great way to spend an afternoon

  • Edinburgh: History of Whisky with Tasting and Storytelling

    5. Edinburgh: History of Whisky with Tasting and Storytelling

    This tour meets on the iconic Royal Mile and you'll have a short walk to one of the supplier's outstanding whisky venues Over the next two hours, drink 4 outstanding single malt scotch whiskys taken from the 4 major whisky producing regions of Scotland. These whiskys will range from the relatively delicate and subtle flavors of the Lowlands to the bold and robust tastes from Islay. You will also be given tasting cards giving notes on each of the whiskys that you sample. During the tour, experience some traditional storytelling and explore the significance of whisky to the Scottish identity. The entire upper floor of the venue reserved, so there is plenty of space and privacy to conduct the story orientated evening.

    Amazing stories from an local expert in Scotland stories: Ben! Whisky was delicious and fine. Highly recommended

  • Glasgow: Glengoyne Distillery Guided Tour & Whiskey Tasting

    6. 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.

    All staff were really friendly. The tour guide Vivienne was outstanding. Very professional set up and know how to treat people.

  • Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh

    7. Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh

    Visit the Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh - a rock and roll legend with a Scottish twist. The Hard Rock Cafe is conveniently located a short distance from the world famous Edinburgh Castle and nearby include The National Museum of Scotland, and Holyrood Park. Experience what has made this iconic restaurant a crowd favorite since the first cafe first opened in 1976. The menu at the Hard Rock Cafe offers a plethora of culinary delights. Choose from the Gold or Diamond menu options and enjoy fresh, high-quality items, including a mouth-watering selection of Legendary Burgers. Additionally, Hard Rock’s Smokehouse Menu uses the very best hickory wood chips to slowly cook its ribs, chicken, and pork to juicy, tender perfection. Whatever your tastes, there is a delicious option for you. After dining, head to the Rock Shop and shop for souvenirs and much sought after Hard Rock merchandise. <...

    Loved it! Loved the shop! Loved the food! Loved the atmosphere! Perfect for my partners birthday!

  • Firth of Forth: Sightseeing Cruise with Cream Tea

    8. Firth of Forth: Sightseeing Cruise with Cream Tea

    The Firth of Forth is simply overflowing with myths, turbulent history, and fascinating marine wildlife. Join this boat tour on a 90-minute cruise onboard a superb vessel. Depart from South Queensferry, which is only a short distance from Scotland's bustling capital city of Edinburgh. Take in views of Blackness Castle, the ship that never sails and featured in Outlander and the Outlaw King. There are also views of Limekilns village, mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Kidnapped'. It was from Limekilns that David Balfour and Alan Breck were carried across the Forth in a rowing boat. You will also see the Three Bridges as you have never seen them before including the UNESCO World Heritage Forth Bridge. For your comfort relax onboard with friends and family in the observation lounge or on the outside decks and listen to the guided commentary while you enjoy your complimentary cream tea...

    We didn't have the greatest of starts, due to us arriving late, but thankfully the boat waiting for us. All of the crew were very friendly, the service for the cream tea was excellent. It was great to hear about the local history and facts of the area as we sailed around. A very enjoyable 90 minutes, well worth the money.

  • From Edinburgh: 3-Day Isle of Skye and The Highlands Tour

    9. From Edinburgh: 3-Day Isle of Skye and The Highlands Tour

    Day 1: Departing Edinburgh, head north and pass Stirling Castle. Be inspired by tales from your guide of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. Stop a few miles further north for a tour at Doune Castle. This 14th-century fortress is a filming location for Outlander (Castle Leoch), Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Game of Thrones amongst others. Continue north, into the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, admire the scenery as your tour guide explains the remarkable tribal clan history of the Highlands. Discover the beautiful Glencoe, the most famous valley in Scotland and hear of its tragic history. Admire the spectacular Glenfinnan Viaduct then head north and arrive on the southern banks of Loch Ness to get photos of the infamous monster Nessie! Stop for photos of Urquhart Castle before arriving in Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, where you'll stay for 2 nights, choo...

    Great tour, you get to see a lot of Scotland in a relatively short period of time. You do spend a lot of time on the bus but the scenery is wonderful. Stephen is a phenomenal guide and overall I had a really fun time.

  • Highland Lochs, Glens, and Whisky Tour from Edinburgh

    10. Highland Lochs, Glens, and Whisky Tour from Edinburgh

    Enjoy a full-day tour of the Scottish Heartlands departing Edinburgh and traveling in small groups for a more intimate experience. You will take a scenic drive through Perthshire, looking at the lochs and glens of the Highlands. Cross the Forth Road Bridge, passing one of Scotland's great engineering wonders, and continue into the Kingdom of Fife. Pass Loch Leven Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned. You will also pass Perth, before crossing the Highland Boundary Fault line. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, on the banks of the River Tay, visit the cathedral town of Dunkeld and the Hermitage, to take a fantastic woodland walk up to the Black Linn Falls. Stop at the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry, and visit the great shops and restaurants, or take a stroll down towards Loch Faskally. See the unmistakable peak of Schiehallion, and beyond to the mountains of Glencoe. Conti...

    Brilliant day out! Ally was a great tour guide, so much fun and very knowledgeable. The scenery was amazing, can’t recommend enough. There was a little bit of walking, but nothing too strenuous. Definitely still manageable for someone with reduced mobility.

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What people are saying about Scotland

This was a brilliant tour and I could not recommend more! Our guide was called Danny; he was funny, honest and super informative. If you have the chance please go and support this amazing local business!!

Really good value for money, informative and very interesting. Was a birthday present for my dad and we weren’t disappointed!

Amazing stories from an local expert in Scotland stories: Ben! Whisky was delicious and fine. Highly recommended

Great lessons on chocolate and of course delicious tastings :)

A lively and friendly venue. Good value for money.