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  • Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle, & Kelpies Tour from Edinburgh

    1. Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle, & Kelpies Tour from Edinburgh

    Leave Edinburgh and head west to the ‘Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond’ where you'll take time at Balmaha to admire views of Ben Lomond. You'll get the chance to go on a woodland walk to get some great views of the Loch. The afternoon is spent exploring Stirling. Discover impressive Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s most important structures both historically and architecturally. Many have been crowned at Stirling Castle, including Mary Queen of Scots, and it was central to William Wallace’s and Robert the Bruce's fight in the Wars of Independence. Alternatively, explore historic Stirling, geographically one of the most significant towns in Scottish history. On your return to Edinburgh you'll have the chance to visit and marvel at the stunning Kelpies, the world's largest equine sculptures dedicated to the horse powered heritage of Central Scotland, designed by Andy Scott. Finally, return ...

  • Scottish Highlands & Whisky Full-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    2. Scottish Highlands & Whisky Full-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    Enjoy a fabulous day trip from Edinburgh to experience Scotland’s beautiful countryside just minutes from the capital. Drive to the stunning Highlands, and stop to sample a drop of the national drink to get a complete taste of Scotland. Leaving Edinburgh, the tour makes its way to the ancient capital of Stirling, where the skyline is dominated by its castle on the rock, and the iconic Wallace Monument. Stop to hear of Scotland’s most famous patriot, and his part in the medieval Wars of Independence. Say hello to “Hamish the hairy coo,” before driving through the scenic Trossachs National Park. Heading further into the Highlands, pass the shimmering waters of Loch Earn, before stopping for lunch at The Famous Grouse Experience, one of Scotland’s best known whisky distilleries. Once revived, enjoy a “wee dram” of Scotch whisky and drink the “Water of Life.” Continue to the Hermitage in t...

  • Scotland Whisky Explorer: Highlands Day Tour from Edinburgh

    3. Scotland Whisky Explorer: Highlands Day Tour from Edinburgh

    Depart from Edinburgh in the morning, heading for the Scottish Highlands via Stirling, the country’s ancient capital. Stirling’s skyline is dominated by its castle and the iconic Wallace Monument. After paying a visit to “Hamish, the Hairy Coo”, continue your drive into the Highlands, taking in the scenic beauty of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Along the way, pass by the shimmering waters of Loch Earn before stopping for lunch at The Famous Grouse Experience, one of Scotland’s most famous whisky distilleries. There is an optional guided tour available that provides an insight into how “uisge beatha” (the water of life) is made and takes you on an interactive journey of the history behind one of the best-known brands of Scotch whisky. Having revived yourself with a wee dram, head to the heart of Perthshire to visit the Hermitage and enjoy a woodland walk to the spectacular B...

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What people are saying about Stirling

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 116 reviews

Travel for summer

Overall a great but very long day. You get to see a lot. Unfortunately we were there in winter and from 4 p.m. it is so dark that you can hardly see anything from the bus. But in summer it has to be absolutely fantastic, the drive through Glen Cloe alone is a unique experience when the weather is right. However, it depends on the driver how many stops are made for photography. With us there could have been a few more.

Seen a lot, super informed, very spontaneous

Despite the need to make changes to the plan at short notice due to the Queen's almost parallel program, we saw everything. The driver, Rich, briefly extended the tour by an hour. So that we could still go to Stirling Castle. Despite the Scottish accent, comments while driving were easy to understand and both informative and entertaining. One had the impression that what he said is important to him. We recommend.

Excellent, a fun day out.

Excellent tour with Kirsty, who was friendly and chatty, and who gauged the needs and wants of the group perfectly.

A very nice trip

It was a nice trip with a personal touch. Andy C was a great guide with humor which enhanced the experience.

Everything is wonderful

Very nice and interesting tour. We can only recommend it