Enjoy discounts to this fantastic Loch Lomond tour from Glasgow. Take in stunning views of the beautiful Scottish Highlands and its magical castles.
The tour begins heading west toward Loch Lomond from Glasgow taking time for a short panoramic tour of Scotland’s largest city. Then it’s on to the well-known River Clyde renowned for its heavy industry and ship building before reaching Britain’s largest expanse of water, Loch Lomond. At this point of the tour you will have some free time to either enjoy a boat trip or a quick ramble on the loch’s banks.
After you have soaked up the spectacular scenery Loch Lomond has to offer the village of Aberfoyle awaits. The village is well known as the “highlands in Minatare” and has been the muse of so many writers including Sir Walter Scott!
After enjoying both a tour of Loch Lomond and Aberfoyle village it is on to Doune Castle! The Castle itself is a well preserved and dates back to the 14th century and has been the back drop to many famous films and TV shows such as Game of Thrones and Monty Python! Included in this tour is a 10% discount on ticket prices to Doune Castle where the voice of Terry Jones (Monty Python) will give you a fun and informative in sight to the history of Doune Castle. On the return journey your guides will play relaxing music as you enjoy some of the best views in Scotland.
- Hotel pick up.
- Guided tour with a fully trained and experience guide/driver.
- Central Edinburgh city centre drop offs.
- A tour of Loch Lomond from Glasgow.
- 10% discount on ticket prices to Doune Castle.
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Departure information will be advised on booking.
This tour has a 6 passenger minimum requirement and is subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met. In the unlikely event of such a cancellation, your choice of a refund, reschedule or alternative tour will be offered.
Children under the age of 5 are not permitted to travel.
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