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1 Day Tour: Circular Tour! The Perthshire Highlands & Stirling Castle.

On this tour we visit Scone Palace, ancient capital of the Picts and crowning place of Scottish Kings including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce. Visit one of Scotland’s oldest whisky distillery’s at the Glenturret estate in Perthshire. And explore the mighty Stirling Castle, favorite residence of the Stuart monarchs including Mary Queen of Scots.

Points of Interest

  • Scone Palace
  • Famous Grouse Experienc
  • Stirling Castle
  • Dunkeld Cathedral
  • River Tay
  • Forth Rail Bridge


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This morning ( 9 am) we leave Edinburgh, and travel over the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, once regarded as the eighth wonder of the world when first constructed in 1890. Arriving in the fair city of Perth, we stop to visit Scone Palace. The grounds of Scone where once the stronghold and capital of the ancient tribe the Picts around Fifteen hundred years ago, then centuries later became the crowning place of Scottish Kings including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce.

Continuing on we travel along the back roads to Dunkeld Cathedral, beautifully situated on the banks of the River Tay. The history of Dunkeld goes back to the 9th century when Kenneth Mac Alpin, built a small church to house the relics of St Columba, after repeated Vikings raids on Iona. The present Cathedral, dates from the 13th century choir still a place of worship today, and the part-ruined nave dating from around the early 15th century.

Moving on from Dunkeld we journey through the spectacular landscape of Sma’ Glen to the Famous Grouse Experience, one of Scotland’s oldest whisky distilleries. Here you will experience the ancient art of blending using traditional methods and enjoy a wee dram at the end of the tour. Leaving Perthshire, we travel to view the imposing Stirling Castle, before making our way to Edinburgh or wherever you are based.

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