Travel to the northern UK for a stunning stay in Scotland. Mysterious lochs, historic castles and the rolling green hills of the Highlands are the breathtaking backdrop for any Scotland tour. Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, is the perfect beginning or end point for your Scotland vacation.
From this cosmopolitan city filled with rich history, you can travel north across the Firth of Forth en route to Aberdeen and the market town of Keith. Visit the Highlands’ capital of Inverness. Tour the Glen Ord Distillery. Explore Ballindaloch Castle, Glamis Castle, and Kinghorne, childhood home of the late Queen Mother. Or travel west toward Glasgow and the waterfalls of Glen Falloch. Visit Mount Stuart, a Victorian Gothic house with a stunning art collection, manicured gardens and a private beach. Travel to Cairngorms National Park, which houses the Rothiemurchus Estate, and visit the Culloden Battlefield outside Aviemore.
Train Tours in Scotland
Dublin, London & Edinburgh 11 days from $2353
There’s a wild beauty to the British Isles that has never been tamed. It’s waiting for you on comprehensive tour of Dublin, London, and Edinburgh. Explore the streets of these perennially vibrant cities, and indulge in the many creature comforts of the warm and inviting Irish, Scottish, and English cultures.
Edinburgh, the Jacobite Steam Train and Scottish Islands & Lochs Cruise 14 days from $3975
Explore the rugged Scottish highlands before a cruise on the MV Lord of the Glens
London, York & Edinburgh with Stonehenge & Bath 11 days from $2080
Discover the best of London, York and Edinburgh by rail. Highlights of this 11-day vacation include a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral, a full-day excursion to Bath and Stonehenge, and a visit to Edinburgh Castle.
The Royal Scotsman- Grand Taste of the Highlands 6 days from $9800
Discover the mysterious lochs, wooded glens and quaint towns of the Scottish Highlands aboard the luxurious Royal Scotsman. Your travels take you through spectacular scenery en route to Gothic estates, historic monuments, and quintessential Scottish sites.
Departs from June 2019 to July 2019.