Trip to Glasgow, Lake District and Doune castle, Scotland
A trip to get to know the authentic scottish contrasts delving into the magic of mythology with the Kelpies and recall the best scenes of your favourite TV shows like Outlander or Game of Thrones. Also, you’ll be delighted with the magnificence of the landscapes of the national parks and lake that we will visit.
What does it include?
-Transportation in a vehicle for 8, 16, 19, 30, 33, 39, 53 or 55 people.
-Driver’s service and professional guide.
Not included in the final price:
-Tickets to the Doune castle. We offer you a special discounts in these tickets.
-Food. We have established stops in Balloch where you will find restaurants and shops if you are more than 50 people.
- 46 €/ adult
- 42 €/ person over 65
- 42 €/ kids under 14
Winter journey (from 1st October)
Edinburgh – The Kelpies – Doune Castle – Katrine Lake – Aberfoyle – Balloch – Lomond Lake – Glasgow.
Summer journey (from 24th March)
During the summer season, the journey will be executed in reverse, without a stop in the Kelpies. It will be substituted by a stop in Stirling.
We will leave from Edinburgh to head to the impressive statues made in honor of the mythological creatures best known in Scotland: the Kelpies. A first short stop to visit the outside of the Helix Park and get in touch the legends around those malignant, aquatic and shape changing spirits.
After this stop, we will get sail to Doune Castle, where fans of TV shows like Outlander or Game of Thrones will easily identify the location. It is the same castle of the Stark family in Winterfall and Leoch Castle in Outlander.
Katrine Lak is said to be the “most beautiful lake in Scotland” and it will be our next destiny. For literature lovers, it will be amazing to discover and visit the inspiration of Sir Walter Scott, most famous scottish writer.
A stop in Aberfoyle is compulsory to rest and recharge batteries.
Our journey will take us to Balloch to find the biggest lake in UK. Lake Lomond is also one of the most important touristic destinations in Scotland.
Cradle of the Industrial Revolution, social movements, Glasgow is rightfully the business capital of Scotland. There, we will draw a general view of social, cultural and economic reality of the city.
After a visit to the Museum, we will follow the river Clyde course, where we will see the evolution of the city.
Our last stop will be St Mungo’s cathedral, founder of the city. It is the only medieval cathedral in Scotland, and it also contains the relics of the Saint.
A day full of emotions and anecdotes after, we will head back to the capital.