Tours

The Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders

Julius Caesar invaded England in 55bc, but it was another 80 years before they took on Scotland. They built great roads, garrisons and forts which are still visible today. They eventually gave up and emperor Hadrian ordered a great wall to be built in 122ad to keep the Scots from invading England. Hadrians Wall stretches […]

St. Andrews & East Neuk of Fife

St. Andrews & East Neuk of Fife

St. Andrews is famously known as the home of Golf, however 1000 years ago it was the religeous capital of Scotland. More recently the town can boast its part in the meeting of our future King and Queen, Prince William and Princess Katherine Middleton at St. Andrews university. Their romance blossomed in this ancient town […]

Scotland's Royal Castles

Scotland’s Royal Castles

This tour starts with a drive to Glamis Castle. Ancestral home to the Earl and Countess of Strathmore for more than 600 years and childhood home of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon Queen Elizabeth the Queen mother. Glamis Castle is a Magnificent Red sandstone building dating back to the 14th century. The castle holds the most comprehensive history of […]

Edinburgh & Surrounding Area

Edinburgh & Surrounding Area

We take you round the City of Edinburgh “off the beaten path” with a drive up Arthur’s seat. 823ft of volcano in the heart of Edinburgh, enjoy panoramic views of the city. We then head to the Forth road and rail bridges. The rail bridge (The Forth Bridge), built in 1881, was considered at the […]