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Tour Scotland in 14 days

This is it – the Scottish road trip of a lifetime. Incredible attractions, iconic landmarks, scenery that’ll take your breath away, food and drink that’ll make your tastebuds dance, and the chance to sample a dram (or three) from some of the finest distilleries in the world – get in gear for an adventure you’ll never forget.

Glasgow

Glasgow

Perth

Perth

Pitlochry

Pitlochry

Aviemore

Aviemore

Inverness

Inverness

Loch Ness

Loch Ness

Fort William

Fort William

Islay

Islay

Jura

Jura

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond

Stirling

Stirling

Kelpies

Kelpies

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Fairy Pools

Fairy Pools

  • Glasgow
  • Perth
  • Pitlochry
  • Aviemore
  • Inverness
  • Loch Ness
  • Fort William
  • Islay
  • Jura
  • Loch Lomond
  • Stirling
  • Kelpies
  • Edinburgh
  • Fairy Pools
  • Glasgow

    Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.
  • Perth

    Leaving Glasgow behind, take the M80 and A9 north towards Scotland’s ancient capital – picturesque Perth.
    Set on the banks of Scotland’s longest River, the Tay, Perth has a rich history stretching back over 800 years and has the architecture (and palace – beautiful Scone) to prove it.
    Now known for its culinary royalty rather than the traditional kind, the city is one of Scotland's premier culinary centres with an array of restaurants serving up locally-sourced cuisine fit for a king.
  • Pitlochry

    Continue north on the A9 and make your way to beautiful Pitlochry – Perthshire’s ‘natural playground.’
    Deep forests, roaring rivers and rolling hills are the order of the day here – offering the chance to sample everything from a round of golf to a blast of mountain biking or even a bungee jump!
    For those looking for a more sedate stopover, Pitlochry also offers spa hotels, a wide range of restaurants and cafés, and a bustling local craft scene.
  • Aviemore

    Get back on the A9, which grows more and more spectacular with each mile you spend on it, and continue north to Aviemore.
    If taking to the slopes is your thing, you’re in for a treat – Aviemore is one of the country’s top ski areas.
    If you prefer your outdoor activities a little less icy, the bustling town is also an excellent base for exploring the spectacular landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park.
  • Inverness

    Dust the last of the fresh snow from your shoulders and get back on the A9 and make your way to the Highland Capital – inimitable Inverness.
    Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness sits on the banks of the picturesque River Ness and crowned by its iconic pink-stoned castle.
    Make your way down to the river bank for a lazy lunch in one of the city’s many trendy eateries or, if you’re looking for a little more culture, relive one of Scotland’s most infamous battles at Culloden Battlefield on the outskirts of the city.
  • Loch Ness

    Head south on the A82, following the line of the Caledonian Canal to the iconic waters of Loch Ness where myths, monsters, and majesty await!
    With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.
  • Fort William

    Leaving Nessie behind, continue your epic A82 journey through the Great Glen and some of Scotland’s most evocative landscapes.
    Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle.
    Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.
  • Islay

    Leave Ardrishaig behind and continue on the A83 to Kennacraig, where the ferry and the first island hop of your Argyll adventure awaits – Islay, home to peaty single malts, pretty villages, and beautiful beaches.
    Whether you take a tour of one of its eight world-famous distilleries, explore the island’s incredible history in the Museum of Islay Life or see some its majestic wildlife at the Loch Gruinart nature reserve, Islay is an island paradise to lose yourself in.
  • Jura

    Head north through Islay’s majestic scenery on the A846 to bonny Port Askaig and hop on the ferry to your second island – the incomparable Jura.
    A land of soaring mountains and rugged coasts, Jura is wild, untamed and utterly unforgettable. Sample a dram in the island’s titular distillery, see its famous herds of red deer (which outnumber its human inhabitants by 25 to 1!), or take to the water and skirt the eye of the Corryvreckan Whirlpool – one of largest permanent whirlpools on earth.
  • Loch Lomond

    Return to the mainland and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Stirling

    Leave the bonny banks behind and take the A811 to follow in the footsteps of the likes of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as you make your way to the castle walls of historic Stirling.
    Stirling is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independence were fought and won, where for three centuries monarchs ruled in regal splendour and where merchants and craftsmen plied their trade below the castle rock.
    Relive Scotland’s history in the castle that dominates the town’s skyline or pay your respects at the National Wallace Monument, where you can climb its 246 steps for incredible views stretching from the Forth bridges to Loch Lomond.
  • Kelpies

    Make your way onto the nearby M9 and head south to Falkirk, where a unique fusion of modern wonders and historic treasures await.
    From the Antonine Wall – the remains of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire (step aside Hadrian!) – to The Falkirk Wheel – the world’s only rotating boat lift – and The Kelpies – the largest pair of equine sculptures on the planet – Falkirk is filled to the brim with unique, unforgettable experiences.
  • Edinburgh

    Jump back on the M9 and head east to the final stop of your epic adventure – Edinburgh.
    With a skyline dominated by its eponymous, iconic castle, Scotland’s capital is a city of sweeping elegance, unique character, and world-class visitor attractions.
    It’s one of the most intoxicating, vibrant, and beautiful cities on the planet – a place where you can climb an extinct volcano; glimpse (and sample) the world’s largest collection of whisky; dance the night away in one of its many bars and clubs; or simply sit back, relax and watch the world pass by from one of its many excellent pubs and cafes.
    Whatever you’re looking for, Edinburgh never disappoints.
  • Fairy Pools

  • Glasgow
  • Perth
  • Pitlochry
  • Aviemore
  • Inverness
  • Loch Ness
  • Fort William
  • Islay
  • Jura
  • Loch Lomond
  • Stirling
  • Kelpies
  • Edinburgh
  • Fairy Pools

  • Day 1 – Glasgow

Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.

                Day 2 – Perth

Leaving Glasgow behind, take the M80 and A9 north towards Scotland’s ancient capital – picturesque Perth. Set on the banks of Scotland’s longest River, the Tay, Perth has a rich history stretching back over 800 years and has the architecture (and palace – beautiful Scone) to prove it. Now known for its culinary royalty rather than the traditional kind, the city is one of Scotland's premier culinary centres with an array of restaurants serving up locally-sourced cuisine fit for a king.

  • Day 3 – Pitlochry

Continue north on the A9 and make your way to beautiful Pitlochry – Perthshire’s ‘natural playground.’ Deep forests, roaring rivers and rolling hills are the order of the day here – offering the chance to sample everything from a round of golf to a blast of mountain biking or even a bungee jump! For those looking for a more sedate stopover, Pitlochry also offers spa hotels, a wide range of restaurants and cafés, and a bustling local craft scene.

  • Day 4 – Aviemore

Get back on the A9, which grows more and more spectacular with each mile you spend on it, and continue north to Aviemore. If taking to the slopes is your thing, you’re in for a treat – Aviemore is one of the country’s top ski areas. If you prefer your outdoor activities a little less icy, the bustling town is also an excellent base for exploring the spectacular landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park.

                Day 5 – Inverness

Dust the last of the fresh snow from your shoulders and get back on the A9 and make your way to the Highland Capital – inimitable Inverness. Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness sits on the banks of the picturesque River Ness and crowned by its iconic pink-stoned castle. Make your way down to the river bank for a lazy lunch in one of the city’s many trendy eateries or, if you’re looking for a little more culture, relive one of Scotland’s most infamous battles at Culloden Battlefield on the outskirts of the city.

                Day 6 – Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Head south on the A82, following the line of the Caledonian Canal to the iconic waters of Loch Ness where myths, monsters, and majesty await! With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.

•                Day 7 – Fort William

Leaving Nessie behind, continue your epic A82 journey through the Great Glen and some of Scotland’s most evocative landscapes. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle. Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.

  • Day 8 –  Ardrishaig

Say goodbye to the Great Glen and had for the A828 – Ardrishaig on the wonderful west coast beckons. Set on the shores of Loch Fyne, Ardrishaig is the gateway to the Crinan Canal – a nine-mile-long waterway known as ‘Britain’s most beautiful shortcut.’ Take to its banks by boot or bike and you’ll soon see why.

  • Day 9 – Islay

Leave Ardrishaig behind and continue on the A83 to Kennacraig, where the ferry and the first island hop of your Argyll adventure awaits – Islay, home to peaty single malts, pretty villages, and beautiful beaches. Whether you take a tour of one of its eight world-famous distilleries, explore the island’s incredible history in the Museum of Islay Life or see some its majestic wildlife at the Loch Gruinart nature reserve, Islay is an island paradise to lose yourself in.

•                Day 10 – Jura

Head north through Islay’s majestic scenery on the A846 to bonny Port Askaig and hop on the ferry to your second island – the incomparable Jura. A land of soaring mountains and rugged coasts, Jura is wild, untamed and utterly unforgettable. Sample a dram in the island’s titular distillery, see its famous herds of red deer (which outnumber its human inhabitants by 25 to 1!), or take to the water and skirt the eye of the Corryvreckan Whirlpool – one of largest permanent whirlpools on earth.

  • Day 11 – Loch Lomond

Return to the mainland and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82. Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!

  • Day 12 – Stirling                 

Leave the bonny banks behind and take the A811 to follow in the footsteps of the likes of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as you make your way to the castle walls of historic Stirling. Stirling is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independence were fought and won, where for three centuries monarchs ruled in regal splendour and where merchants and craftsmen plied their trade below the castle rock. Relive Scotland’s history in the castle that dominates the town’s skyline or pay your respects at the National Wallace Monument, where you can climb its 246 steps for incredible views stretching from the Forth bridges to Loch Lomond.

•                Day 13 – Falkirk

Make your way onto the nearby M9 and head south to Falkirk, where a unique fusion of modern wonders and historic treasures await. From the Antonine Wall – the remains of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire (step aside Hadrian!) – to The Falkirk Wheel – the world’s only rotating boat lift – and The Kelpies – the largest pair of equine sculptures on the planet – Falkirk is filled to the brim with unique, unforgettable experiences.

•                Day 14 – Edinburgh

Jump back on the M9 and head east to the final stop of your epic adventure – Edinburgh. With a skyline dominated by its eponymous, iconic castle, Scotland’s capital is a city of sweeping elegance, unique character, and world-class visitor attractions. It’s one of the most intoxicating, vibrant, and beautiful cities on the planet – a place where you can climb an extinct volcano; glimpse (and sample) the world’s largest collection of whisky; dance the night away in one of its many bars and clubs; or simply sit back, relax and watch the world pass by from one of its many excellent pubs and cafes. Whatever you’re looking for, Edinburgh never disappoints.

Don’t Miss

Don’t miss Skye’s world famous Fairy Pools - a series of flowing pools on the River Brittle filled with crystal-clear azure waters. If you’re feeling brave, take your bathing suit and try some wild swimming – but be warned, it can be chilly!

See & Do

Sail to the heart of the mystery and learn the fascinating story of Loch Ness with a cruise on the iconic body of water courtesy of Jacobite Cruises. Led by knowledgeable guides, the cruise gives you a real feel for the area, allowing you to discover more about this part of Scotland, and the perfect chance to take in its dramatic scenery. Who knows – you might even catch a glimpse of Nessie!

Eat & Drink

Built in 1705, The Drovers Inn still looks and feels as if Rob Roy himself could walk in through its low-slung doorways at any minute. With stuffed animals on the walls, roaring fires in the rooms, a menu plucked straight from your mammy’s cookbook, and plenty of nooks and crannies – and single malts – to get lost in, a night at the Drover’s is something you won’t forget. Grab a seat, settle in, and experience one of Loch Lomond’s best-loved pubs.

The West Coast in 7 days

Whether you’re treading its white sandy beaches, marvelling at its majestic glens, or hopping across its unique islands, a self-drive break on Scotland’s west coast is unforgettable. Get in gear for a seven-day adventure that’ll have you taking the high road to the bonnie, bonnie banks; sampling a dram (or two) in the shadow of Ben Nevis; and monster hunting on the inky blue waters of Loch Ness.

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond

Glencoe

Glencoe

Fort William - Ben Nevis

Fort William - Ben Nevis

Silver Sands of Morar

Silver Sands of Morar

Skye

Skye

Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

  • Loch Lomond
  • Glencoe
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis
  • Silver Sands of Morar
  • Skye
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness
  • Loch Lomond

    Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.
  • Glencoe

    After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis

    Get your motor(home) running back onto the A82 and continue north into the Great Glen. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle.
    Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.
  • Silver Sands of Morar

    Take to the famous A830 Road to the Isles for the drive of a lifetime.
    Set foot on impossibly white sandy beaches and gaze at unforgettable sea views with magnificent sunsets over the Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Skye and the remote wilderness of Knoydart. This is one trip you won’t forget.
  • Skye

    What’s a trip to the west of Scotland without a bit of island hopping? Take the ferry from Mallaig to Armadale and say hello to Skye - an island alive with magic.
    The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes.
    From the Old Man of Storr to the Quiraing and the Cuillin, Skye offers a plethora of sights to enthral the senses – and twist the tongue!
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

    Take the A87 and make your way back to the mainland – crossing iconic Skye Bridge (now happily toll-free!) on your way to Kyle of Lochalsh, where the iconic castle of Eilean Donan, the thundering Falls of Glomach, and spectacular glens await as you travel through the gateway from Skye!
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

    Stay on the A87 and make your way back to the Great Glen where myths, monsters, and majesty await!
    With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.
  • Loch Lomond
  • Glencoe
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis
  • Silver Sands of Morar
  • Skye
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness
 

•                Day 1 – Loch Lomond

Head north along the A82 to Scotland’s first National Park and the start of your west coast adventure. This slice of paradise is packed with a lifetime of things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!

•                Day 2 - Glencoe

Leave the bonny banks behind (as hard as that may be) and continue north on the awesome A82. No adventure in Scotland is complete without a visit to the magical wilderness of Glencoe. Its knife-edged mountains, roaring rivers and waterfalls, and starkly beautiful moors are known the world over thanks to blockbuster films such as Skyfall, Rob Roy and Harry Potter, and make it a paradise for walkers, climbers, skiers, snowboarders, photographers – and road trippers!

•                Day 3 – Fort William

Get your motor(home) running back onto the A82 and continue north into the Great Glen. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle. Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.

•                Day 4 – Morar, Mallaig and More

Take to the famous A830 Road to the Isles for the drive of a lifetime. Set foot on impossibly white sandy beaches and gaze at unforgettable sea views with magnificent sunsets over the Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Skye and the remote wilderness of Knoydart. This is one trip you won’t forget.

•                Day 5 - Skye

What’s a trip to the west of Scotland without a bit of island hopping? Take the ferry from Mallaig to Armadale and say hello to Skye - an island alive with magic. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes. From the Old Man of Storr to the Quiraing and the Cuillin, Skye offers a plethora of sights to enthral the senses – and twist the tongue!

•                Day 6 – Kyle of Lochalsh

Take the A87 and make your way back to the mainland – crossing iconic Skye Bridge (now happily toll-free!) on your way to Kyle of Lochalsh, where the iconic castle of Eilean Donan, the thundering Falls of Glomach, and spectacular glens await as you travel through the gateway from Skye!

 

•                Day 7 - Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Stay on the A87 and make your way back to the Great Glen where myths, monsters, and majesty await! With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.

Don’t Miss

Don’t miss the chance to see the Silver Sands of Morar – a stunning string of beautiful sandy beaches peppering the coastline from Arisaig to Morar. Featured in films such as Highlander and Local Hero, its spectacularly blue shallows and sparkling sands have long lured photographers, film-makers and road trippers.

See & Do

Hire a boat, take to the water and explore one of Loch Lomond’s 30 islands. Make sure you pay a visit to Inchconnachan and say “g’day” to its resident colony of wallabies, who’ve been happily hopping around the beautiful islet since the 1940s!

Eat & Drink

Set in an unassuming converted croft overlooking rugged Loch Dunvegan, Skye’s The Three Chimneys has spent the past 30 years establishing a reputation for offering up fantastic food that reflects the amazing variety of Skye’s authentic, natural larder from sky, land and sea. Book early, ready your tastebuds, and settle in for a meal that’ll dance on your palette like the moonlight on the Fairy Pools.

Argyll and the Isles in 3 days

Feast your eyes on its awe-inspiring landscapes, slake your thirst at its world-famous distilleries, and explore the unique cultures of some of Scotland’s most beautiful islands with this long weekend adventure around Argyll and the Isles.

Islay

Islay

Jura

Jura

  • Islay
  • Jura
  • Islay

    After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Jura

    Head north through Islay’s majestic scenery on the A846 to bonny Port Askaig and hop on the ferry to your second island – the incomparable Jura.
    A land of soaring mountains and rugged coasts, Jura is wild, untamed and utterly unforgettable.
    Sample a dram in the island’s titular distillery, see its famous herds of red deer (which outnumber its human inhabitants by 25 to 1!), or take to the water and skirt the eye of the Corryvreckan Whirlpool – one of largest permanent whirlpools on earth.
  • Islay
  • Jura

•                Day 1 –  Ardrishaig

Cross the Erskine Bridge and make your way onto the A82 as you skirt the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond before heading for the A83 – Ardrishaig on the wonderful west coast beckons. Set on the shores of Loch Fyne, Ardrishaig is the gateway to the Crinan Canal – a nine-mile-long waterway known as ‘Britain’s most beautiful shortcut.’ Take to its banks by boot or bike and you’ll soon see why.

•                Day 2 – Islay

Leave Ardrishaig behind and continue on the A83 to Kennacraig, where the ferry and the first island hop of your Argyll adventure awaits – Islay, home to peaty single malts, pretty villages, and beautiful beaches. Whether you take a tour of one of its eight world-famous distilleries, explore the island’s incredible history in the Museum of Islay Life or see some its majestic wildlife at the Loch Gruinart nature reserve, Islay is an island paradise to lose yourself in.

•                Day 3 – Jura

Head north through Islay’s majestic scenery on the A846 to bonny Port Askaig and hop on the ferry to your second island – the incomparable Jura. A land of soaring mountains and rugged coasts, Jura is wild, untamed and utterly unforgettable. Sample a dram in the island’s titular distillery, see its famous herds of red deer (which outnumber its human inhabitants by 25 to 1!), or take to the water and skirt the eye of the Corryvreckan Whirlpool – one of largest permanent whirlpools on earth.

Don’t Miss

You can’t pay a visit to Islay without making a pilgrimage to one of the island’s eight distilleries. With whisky galore, it’s hard to choose where to drink your dram but why not saunter down to Bowmore – Islay’s first recorded distillery and one of the oldest on the whole of Scotland. Take advantage of the specialist Craftsman’s Tour which offers visitors a hands-on experience of the whisky making process.

See & Do

If anything symbolises the untamed, wild soul of Jura, it’s the roaring, rough waters of the Corryvreckan Whirlpool. One of the most dangerous stretches of water around Britain, the whirlpool’s waves often top over nine meters in height and can be heard up to ten miles away. A number of operators run tours into the eye of the storm. Buckle up for an experience you’ll never forget.

Eat & Drink

Set in the idyllic village of Bridgend at the heart of Islay, the Bridgend Hotel’s easy-going bar, laid-back lounge, and unfussy, locally-caught produce make it the perfect place to relax and refuel after a day exploring the island’s epic landscapes and distilleries. If you’re all whiskey’d out (really?!), there’s also fantastic selection of ales behind the bar.

THE CENTRAL BELT IN 7 DAYS

Great green spaces, incredible attractions, iconic landmarks, and some of the friendliest people on the planet – a road trip through Scotland’s central belt might lack the shortbread tin scenery of the Highlands but there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Get in gear for a seven day adventure that’ll have you standing in the shadow of monumental mythical horses, climbing ancient castle walls, and following in the footsteps of kings and champions. 

Glasgow

Glasgow

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond

Perth

Perth

St Andrews

St Andrews

Stirling

Stirling

Falkirk

Falkirk

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

  • Glasgow
  • Loch Lomond
  • Perth
  • St Andrews
  • Stirling
  • Falkirk
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow

    Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.
  • Loch Lomond

    After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Perth

    Leaving the lovely shores of Lomond behind, take the A811 and A9 north towards Scotland’s ancient capital – picturesque Perth.
    Set on the banks of Scotland’s longest River, the Tay, Perth has a rich history stretching back over 800 years and has the architecture (and palace – beautiful Scone) to prove it.
    Now known for its culinary royalty rather than the traditional kind, the city is one of Scotland's premier culinary centres with an array of restaurants serving up locally-sourced cuisine fit for a king.
  • St Andrews

    Head for the A90, passing Dundee and over the Tay Road Bridge en route, as you make your way for historic Kingdom of Fife and the unforgettable medieval streets of St Andrews.
    Known worldwide as The Home of Golf, this beautiful coastal town also boasts Scotland's oldest university, spectacular beaches, and even one of the nation’s 13 Michelin-starred restaurants – the world-renowned Peat Inn.
    Whether you’re driving for the fairway, the food, or the history, it’s a journey you won’t regret.
  • Stirling

    Leave the many appeals of St Andrews behind and head south west on the A91 to follow in the footsteps of the likes of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as you make your way to the castle walls of historic Stirling.
    Stirling is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independence were fought and won, where for three centuries monarchs ruled in regal splendour and where merchants and craftsmen plied their trade below the castle rock.
    Relive Scotland’s history in the castle that dominates the town’s skyline or pay your respects at the National Wallace Monument, where you can climb its 246 steps for incredible views stretching from the Forth bridges to Loch Lomond.
  • Falkirk

    Make your way onto the nearby M9 and head south to Falkirk, where a unique fusion of modern wonders and historic treasures await.
    From the Antonine Wall – the remains of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire (step aside Hadrian!) – to The Falkirk Wheel – the world’s only rotating boat lift – and The Kelpies – the largest pair of equine sculptures on the planet – Falkirk is filled to the brim with unique, unforgettable experiences.
  • Edinburgh

    Jump back on the M9 and head east to the final stop of your epic central belt adventure – Edinburgh.
    With a skyline dominated by its eponymous, iconic castle, Scotland’s capital is a city of sweeping elegance, unique character, and world-class visitor attractions.
    It’s one of the most intoxicating, vibrant, and beautiful cities on the planet – a place where you can climb an extinct volcano; glimpse (and sample) the world’s largest collection of whisky; dance the night away in one of its many bars and clubs; or simply sit back, relax and watch the world pass by from one of its many excellent pubs and cafes.
    Whatever you’re looking for, Edinburgh never disappoints.
  • Glasgow
  • Loch Lomond
  • Perth
  • St Andrews
  • Stirling
  • Falkirk
  • Edinburgh

Day 1 – Glasgow

Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.

Day 2 – Loch Lomond

After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82. Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!

Day 3 – Perth

Leaving the lovely shores of Lomond behind, take the A811 and A9 north towards Scotland’s ancient capital – picturesque Perth. Set on the banks of Scotland’s longest River, the Tay, Perth has a rich history stretching back over 800 years and has the architecture (and palace – beautiful Scone) to prove it. Now known for its culinary royalty rather than the traditional kind, the city is one of Scotland's premier culinary centres with an array of restaurants serving up locally-sourced cuisine fit for a king.

Day 4 – St Andrews

Head for the A90, passing Dundee and over the Tay Road Bridge en route, as you make your way for historic Kingdom of Fife and the unforgettable medieval streets of St Andrews. Known worldwide as The Home of Golf, this beautiful coastal town also boasts Scotland's oldest university, spectacular beaches, and even one of the nation’s 13 Michelin-starred restaurants – the world-renowned Peat Inn. Whether you’re driving for the fairway, the food, or the history, it’s a journey you won’t regret.

Day 5 – Stirling  

Leave the many appeals of St Andrews behind and head south west on the A91 to follow in the footsteps of the likes of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as you make your way to the castle walls of historic Stirling. Stirling is Scotland's heritage capital, where the Wars of Independence were fought and won, where for three centuries monarchs ruled in regal splendour and where merchants and craftsmen plied their trade below the castle rock. Relive Scotland’s history in the castle that dominates the town’s skyline or pay your respects at the National Wallace Monument, where you can climb its 246 steps for incredible views stretching from the Forth bridges to Loch Lomond.

Day 6 – Falkirk

Make your way onto the nearby M9 and head south to Falkirk, where a unique fusion of modern wonders and historic treasures await. From the Antonine Wall – the remains of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire (step aside Hadrian!) – to The Falkirk Wheel – the world’s only rotating boat lift – and The Kelpies – the largest pair of equine sculptures on the planet – Falkirk is filled to the brim with unique, unforgettable experiences.

Day 7 – Edinburgh

Jump back on the M9 and head east to the final stop of your epic central belt adventure – Edinburgh. With a skyline dominated by its eponymous, iconic castle, Scotland’s capital is a city of sweeping elegance, unique character, and world-class visitor attractions. It’s one of the most intoxicating, vibrant, and beautiful cities on the planet – a place where you can climb an extinct volcano; glimpse (and sample) the world’s largest collection of whisky; dance the night away in one of its many bars and clubs; or simply sit back, relax and watch the world pass by from one of its many excellent pubs and cafes. Whatever you’re looking for, Edinburgh never disappoints.

Don’t Miss

See the world’s largest equine sculptures, the colossal, 30-metre-tall Kelpies up close. Clad in shimmering steel and designed by Scottish sculptor Andy Scott, the sculptures form the gateway to the historic Forth & Clyde Canal in Grangemouth near Falkirk and serve as monumental tributes to the horse-powered heritage that was vital to the early industries of central Scotland. Visit at night to see the sculptures’ light show – it’ll take your breath away!

See & Do

No road trip around the central belt would be complete without a visit to Edinburgh Castle. Scotland’s most famous castle is known the world over and played a pivotal role in the history of the nation – it’s no surprise there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Explore the stories of the kings enthroned upon the Stone of Destiny; hear your footsteps echo in the city’s oldest building, St Margaret’s Chapel; or cover your ears as the iconic one o’clock gun blasts over the city.

Eat & Drink

Built in 1705, The Drover’s Inn still looks and feels as if Rob Roy himself could walk in through its low-slung doorways at any minute. With stuffed animals on the walls, roaring fires in the rooms, a menu plucked straight from your mammy’s cookbook, and plenty of nooks and crannies – and single malts – to get lost in, a night at the Drover’s is something you won’t forget. Grab a seat, settle in, and experience one of Loch Lomond’s best-loved pubs. 

The Highlands in 7 days

The Highlands is the Scotland that people explore in their dreams. With landscapes that’ll take your breath away, food and drink that’ll make your tastebuds dance, and some of the finest hospitality you’ll find anywhere in the world, it really doesn’t get any better than this.

Perth

Perth

Pitlochry

Pitlochry

Aviemore

Aviemore

Inverness

Inverness

Loch-Ness

Loch-Ness

Fort-William

Fort-William

Glencoe

Glencoe

Glen Etive

Glen Etive

  • Perth
  • Pitlochry
  • Aviemore
  • Inverness
  • Loch-Ness
  • Fort-William
  • Glencoe
  • Glen Etive
  • Perth

    Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.
  • Pitlochry

    After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Aviemore

    Get back on the A9, which grows more and more spectacular with each mile you spend on it, and continue north to Aviemore.
    If taking to the slopes is your thing, you’re in for a treat – Aviemore is one of the country’s top ski areas.
    If you prefer your outdoor activities a little less icy, the bustling town is also an excellent base for exploring the spectacular landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park.
  • Inverness

    Dust the last of the fresh snow from your shoulders and get back on the A9 and make your way to the Highland Capital – inimitable Inverness.
    Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness sits on the banks of the picturesque River Ness and crowned by its iconic pink-stoned castle.
    Make your way down to the river bank for a lazy lunch in one of the city’s many trendy eateries or, if you’re looking for a little more culture, relive one of Scotland’s most infamous battles at Culloden Battlefield on the outskirts of the city.
  • Loch-Ness

    Head south on the A82, following the line of the Caledonian Canal to the iconic waters of Loch Ness where myths, monsters, and majesty await!
    With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.
  • Fort-William

    Leaving Nessie behind, continue your epic A82 journey through the Great Glen and some of Scotland’s most evocative landscapes.
    Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle.
    Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.
  • Glencoe

    Keep following the A82 south until you hit (hopefully not literally) the picture-postcard waters of Loch Linnhe and the dramatic, unforgettable scenery of Ballachulish and Glencoe.
    A land of crystal clear rivers, monumental snow-capped mountains, and hidden, hauntingly beautiful glens, from the moment you leave it behind this is where your unwaking mind will wander every time you close your eyes.
    Take it all in.
  • Glen Etive

    Channel your inner 007 with a trip to Glen Etive, the hauntingly beautiful spot where Bond and M stop en route to the secret agent’s ancestral Highlands home in the Hollywood hit Skyfall.

    The two mountains, Buachaille Etive Mòr and Buachaille Etive Beag, you’ll see looming in the northern end of the glen are known as the ‘Herdsmen of Etive.’
  • Perth
  • Pitlochry
  • Aviemore
  • Inverness
  • Loch-Ness
  • Fort-William
  • Glencoe
  • Glen Etive

•                Day 1 – Perth

Make your way to the A9 and head north for the bonny burgh of Perth and the first stop on your journey through the Highlands. Set on the banks of Scotland’s longest River, the Tay, Perth has a rich history stretching back over 800 years and has the architecture (and palace – beautiful Scone) to prove it. Now known for its culinary royalty rather than the traditional kind, the city is one of Scotland's premier culinary centres with an array of restaurants serving up locally-sourced cuisine fit for a king. 

•                Day 2 – Pitlochry

Continue north on the A9 and make your way to beautiful Pitlochry – Perthshire’s ‘natural playground.’ Deep forests, roaring rivers and rolling hills are the order of the day here – offering the chance to sample everything from a round of golf to a blast of mountain biking or even a bungee jump! For those looking for a more sedate stopover, Pitlochry also offers spa hotels, a wide range of restaurants and cafés, and a bustling local craft scene.

•                Day 3 – Aviemore

Get back on the A9, which grows more and more spectacular with each mile you spend on it, and continue north to Aviemore. If taking to the slopes is your thing, you’re in for a treat – Aviemore is one of the country’s top ski areas. If you prefer your outdoor activities a little less icy, the bustling town is also an excellent base for exploring the spectacular landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park.

•                Day 4 – Inverness

Dust the last of the fresh snow from your shoulders and get back on the A9 and make your way to the Highland Capital – inimitable Inverness. Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness sits on the banks of the picturesque River Ness and crowned by its iconic pink-stoned castle. Make your way down to the river bank for a lazy lunch in one of the city’s many trendy eateries or, if you’re looking for a little more culture, relive one of Scotland’s most infamous battles at Culloden Battlefield on the outskirts of the city.

•                Day 5 – Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Head south on the A82, following the line of the Caledonian Canal to the iconic waters of Loch Ness where myths, monsters, and majesty await! With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.

•                Day 6 – Fort William

Leaving Nessie behind, continue your epic A82 journey through the Great Glen and some of Scotland’s most evocative landscapes. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle. Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.

•                Day 7 – Ballachulish

Keep following the A82 south until you hit (hopefully not literally) the picture-postcard waters of Loch Linnhe and the dramatic, unforgettable scenery of Ballachulish and Glencoe. A land of crystal clear rivers, monumental snow-capped mountains, and hidden, hauntingly beautiful glens, from the moment you leave it behind this is where your unwaking mind will wander every time you close your eyes. Take it all in.

Don’t Miss

Take a trip to beautiful Banavie near Fort William to see the majestic Caledonian Canal’s iconic staircase lock flight – Neptune’s Staircase. This amazing feat of engineering, overlooked by Ben Nevis, raises the canal by 19m (62ft) over a quarter of a mile of continuous masonry and takes around 90 minutes for a boat to travel up or down the locks. Built by famed engineer Thomas Telford between 1803 and 1822, it’s the longest staircase lock in Britain and the perfect location to enjoy a spot of ‘gongoozling!’

See & Do

Channel your inner 007 with a trip to Glen Etive, the hauntingly beautiful spot where Bond and M stop en route to the secret agent’s ancestral Highlands home in the Hollywood hit Skyfall. The two mountains, Buachaille Etive Mòr and Buachaille Etive Beag, you’ll see looming in the northern end of the glen are known as the ‘Herdsmen of Etive.’

Eat & Drink

Nestled in the heart of Glencoe, the Clachaig Inn has been offering ‘real people, real hospitality and real craic’ for over three hundred years. With over 260 malts behind the bar, a wide range of beers from breweries from across the Highlands, a varied menu utilising the best local produce, and regular live music, it’s the ideal place to kick back after a day exploring Glencoe.

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