Everything Scotland In A Day
One of the best sights to plan your next travel with surely would be Scotland. Visit the backdrop from countless of movies, books and artworks and feel transported back through time with all the historical and picturesque views of what the beautiful country has to offer. What if we tell you that you can visit three of the most known sights in the Scottish Highlands in just one day? Yes, we are not tricking you, if youâ€™re in Edinburgh, there are a lot of day tours that you can choose from so that you can schedule and include it in your entire holiday itinerary.
We know that you are much intrigued about this one day tour, so why donâ€™t we amaze you some more and whet your travel appetite with a sneak preview on the main spots that you would be visiting. Just to start off, does Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands ring any bell? If it does, and if you havenâ€™t been here and forever had been wanting to, then this is definitely your chance now.
Be inspired of the natural beauty Scotland brings, from the panoramic landscape views of the Highlands, to the mysterious and historical insights of National Wallace Monument, Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Loch Ness, Pitlochry and Loch Leven just to name some of the well known tourist key points.
Let us start off the day tour meeting up at an agreed place in Edinburgh, this may possibly change depending on the final itinerary given to your by your local tour operator. At this early hour, you will be picked up by your private coach service that will aid you in the dayâ€™s activities.
From Edinburgh, as first stop we are bound for the Scottish Highlands. We head northwest from our origin and pass through the historical sights of Linlithgow Palace which is the actual birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. Then we take in the view of the â€˜Key to Scotland,â€™ as known of the Stirling Castle. If youâ€™ve ever seen the movie Braveheart, yes that of Mel Gibson, you will be seeing the exact 220 feet tower of the National Wallace Movement, which remember the great hero of Scotland William Wallace.
These moments will be nature at itâ€™s best, as we pass over the boundary fault line of the Highlands expect the scene to surprise you as you will be seeing the landscape dramatically change. From the vast plains to the lowlands, the green filled glens, the mountains and the lochs. Feel the wilderness in Rannoch Moor and drive down to the most famous valley of Glencoe, enter the Great Glen, then take a scene with Britainâ€™s highest peak the Ben Nevis. Why not end this nature tripping with a boat cruise in Loch Ness and maybe if youâ€™re lucky you would be the one to answer the mysteries of the popular mythological creature, we all know as Nessie.
All that in only half a day, in which after lunch you can continue on the trip to pass through Spean Bridge, Cairngorms National Park, Pitlochry, Perthshire, Loch Leven and finally the Forth Bridge which will eventually be the last stop till you get back to Edinburgh.
Nothing beats a fulfilling Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands – tour from Edinburgh even if it has been just for a day. As this is known as one of the most popular tours visitors take when in Scotland, this adventure should always be consistent in giving its guests what Scotland is all about. There is nothing more breathtaking than Scotland and the wilderness, the rich past and the entertaining present. Make this a top choice for your next travel adventure!