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    "Its been one of the best Journeys we've ever had in scotland. Thanks a lot for your service and kindness. We've taken probably the best pictures of other animals. The nature of Scotlandis fantastic. We wish you good Clients and will recommend your company to our friend"
    Nikolay and Irima, Stirling Castle and Trossachs
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City Tour Glasgow! (Scotland with Style)

Experience a private city tour of Glasgow’s most famous landmarks, and you will discover a history dating back to the 7th century when St Kentigern, ( St Mungo) established a small church on the grounds where the present Glasgow Cathedral, stands today. Glasgow is renowned for it’s beautiful architecture and museums, a legacy left behind by Glasgow;s wealthy merchants during the industrial revolution of the 1700 hundreds. Visitors to Glasgow, can now experience a city that has reinvented itself as a modern cosmopolitan city with a mix of Victorian, and modern architecture combined with fantastic restaurants, pubs and a thriving music scene. All of which you shall discover during your private tour around the city.

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Loch Lomond, Kilchurn Castle & Inveraray

On this private shore excursion you will discover some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery. Including a visit to the idyllic picture post-card village of Luss, nestling on the “Bonnie Bonnie” banks of Loch Lomond. Explore a magnificent 15th century medieval castle and it’s haunting ramparts. And enjoy some traditional Scottish fayre at the popular 18th century George Hotel, situated in the picturesque town of Inveraray, in the heart of Argyll.

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Stirling Castle, Doune Castle ( Castle Leoch, Outlander) & Loch Lomond.

On this shore excursion we visit a magnificent medieval Cathedral in Glasgow. Travel to the mighty and imposing Stirling Castle, steeped in history and sight of many a bloody battle during the 13th & 14th century Wars of Independence. Visit Doune Castle, the fictional Castle Leoch in the fantasy series Outlander. And explore the Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

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