Coach/Bus Tours/Trips in Scotland
Find a Coach/Bus trip that explores Scotland. There are 8 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 10 days. The most popular month for these tours is May, which has the most tour departures.
8 Coach/Bus trips through Scotland with 337 reviews
5 Day Skye and Highland Fling
"I have been recalling fond experiences and thinking about booking another tour..."
"Amazing trip and nicely organised by haggis especially the driver cum guide Mr..."
"I wasn't really sure what to expect on this trip, but we learnt so much about..."
3 Day Loch Ness and Skye
"I couldn't reccomend the 3 day isle of sky tour more the only regret would be..."
"Everything about the trip surpassed any expectations! The impressive..."
"It is not what I expected,it is better. This is the only way to truly see..."
Coast to Coast
"The guide, Scot, is fun, helpful and kind. I saw a lot of views. I was enjoying..."
Country Roads of Scotland (from Edinburgh to Glasgow)
9 day coach/bus tour through Edinburgh, St Andrews, Inverness and 6 other destinations in Scotland
- Explore mysterious ruins and ancient castles set amid the beautiful scenery of the Isle of Skye and be enamoured by the mythical miniature landscape of the Faerie Glen.
- Catch a glimpse of the mighty Ben Nevis and delve into fascinating Celtic folklore at the otherworldly Glen Coe.
- Start your journey from Scotland, travel through mist covered forests and lochs to reach the heart of the Highlands. Don’t forget to taste some world famous Scotch.
- Enjoy exhilarating dance and live music performances of the internationally renowned Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
- Enjoy some delicious cake and tea on the Royal Deck aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia.
- Trail your way from St. Andrews all the way to Balmoral Castle, the favourite summer time residence of the British Royal family.
- Stroll around Skyrim’s mysterious Standing Stones and Viking settlements.
- Listen to tales of true Scottish valour and splendour at the majestic Stirling Castle, dramatically perched over a cliff.
- Dress in layers as the weather is unpredictable and pack a light waterproof jacket.
- Consider travelling in winter when the streets are less crowded and the landscape is filled with misty romance.
- Do as the locals and try wrapping a tweed cowl scarf around your neck to stay warm in the cold weather.
- Try a second-hand store for good discounts if you’re planning to buy a kilt.
- Remember, the locals don’t like being referred to as English.
- Women are often called ‘love’ or ‘deary’, often by other women too. It is in no means a derogatory or patronising term, it is just a part of the culture of the land.
- Carry insect repellent to ward off midges as they can be a nuisance around lochs in summer.
- Read up on some history before you enjoy high-tea onboard the Royal Yacht Britannia. It will enrich your experience.
Coach/Bus Tours/Trips in Scotland Reviews
"I have been recalling fond experiences and thinking about booking another tour with MacBackpackers for family members, a..."5 Day Skye and Highland Fling
"Amazing trip and nicely organised by haggis especially the driver cum guide Mr Steve. He was very friendly and polite gu..."Skye High
"I wasn't really sure what to expect on this trip, but we learnt so much about the history of Scotland as well as more sp..."Highland Fling
"I couldn't reccomend the 3 day isle of sky tour more the only regret would be if I had more time I would have done the 5..."3 Day Loch Ness and Skye
"Everything about the trip surpassed any expectations! The impressive destinations and time schedule is something that ta..."Hebridean Hopper
"It is not what I expected,it is better. This is the only way to truly see scotland. It was a lot of fun. You have got ..."Compass Buster