Caledonian Vistas

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Tours in Scotland

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Glen Brittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Bus tours in Scotland

Leave behind the noise of Edinburgh on a day trip to enjoy more of Scotland.

Flavours of Scotland

Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland

Feast your senses on the exquisite sights and flavours of Scotland!

We will visit the much-admired Rosslyn Chapel and ruins of the 12-th century Melrose Abbey, where the heart of Scottish king Robert Bruce, "Braveheart", is buried. Then we will head south to the gentle countryside of the Borders region to take in Scott's View of the Tweed valley, which was favoured by the writer Sir Walter Scott. After a lunch of the traditional haggis we will tour Glenkinchie distillery and taste four different kinds of whisky.

whisky tasting, Scotland

Tour lasts approximately 7 hours


IndividualsPrivate groups
1-2 persons£50 /person£350** /group
3-5 persons£45 /person£350 /group
6-9 persons£40 /person£350 /group
10-14 persons£35 /person£350 /group


  • **Comfortable cars are used for tours for 1-3 persons; 8-seater and 16-seater mini-buses are used for larger groups
  • Booking as a private group guarantees that there will be no additional guests, whereas joining an existing small group as individuals is a more economical option
  • Prices are in pounds sterling
  • At this moment we only take payment in cash
  • Bus tours are paid for before boarding
  • Children under 13 get a £10 discount on bus tours
  • Price includes bus transport from your hotel and the guide's services
  • Price does not include lunch and admission to Rosslyn Chapel (£6.10 - £7.70) and Glenkinchie distillery (£5 - £10)

We are actively working on expanding the variety of tours to give you more exciting options for day trips in Scotland. The following will be available in the near future.

COMING SOON! ---- Loch Ness and the Highlands

Glen Coe - a Highland valley, Scotland

An unforgettable day trip to Scotland's most famous lake through Highland scenery

Hamish, a Highland Cow

As we journey to Loch Ness, we will get a view of the historical Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument. In the town of Callander, the local celebrity Hamish - a highland cow - will greet us as we stop for coffee. Passing the desolate Rannoch Moor we will encounter the poignant beauty of the highland valley of Glen Coe. More beautiful scenery as we continue on to the Great Glen, and an optional boat ride on Loch Ness - an excellent opportunity to observe, or, indeed, spot the world-famous monster Nessie. On our way back we will pass through Cairngorms National Park and stop in the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry.

Urquhart Castle ruins on Loch Ness