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1 Day Tour: Rosslyn Chapel, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.

Discover the mysterious 15th century Rosslyn Chapel, and it’s intricately carved stone ceilings and pillars described as ” Tapestry in Stone” depicting symbols relating to the Old Testament and the Knights Templar. Discover the delights of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, including the mighty medieval castle and the Palace of Hollyrood.

Points of Interest

  • Rosslyn Chapel
  • Edinburgh’s Royal Mile
  • Palace of Hollyrood


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You shall be met at your hotel by your own personal kilted driver/guide. From your hotel we firstly travel to the mysterious 15th century Rosslyn Chapel, formally known as the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew. Founded in 1446 by Sir William St Clair, the chapel attracts visitors from around the world drawn to its mysterious and exquisite carvings depicting myths and legends including the Knights Templar and Freemasons. In 2003 the chapel served as the setting point for Dan Browns popular novel ” The Da Vinci Code” and in the 2006 movie of the same name.

Leaving the village of Roslin, we make our way to Edinburgh’s medieval old town. Arriving at the city’s historic Royal Mile, we then take a leisurely drive along the old town’s cobbled streets, to view historic landmarks and to learn story’s about the city’s vibrant and colourful past. Arriving at Edinburgh Castle, you will then have free-time to wander along the Royal Mile, taking in the dynamic atmosphere and ancient sights including St Giles Cathedral, and the magnificent 16th century Palace of Hollyrood, official residence of Royal Monarchs, including Mary Queen of Scots.

From the newly constructed Scottish Parliament Building, we then drive to Arthur’s Seat to enjoy magnificent panoramic vistas of Edinburgh’s old town before heading to Carlton Hill, to view the Parthenon one of the most striking monuments in Edinburgh.


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