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Coach/Bus Tours/Trips in Scotland

8 Coach/Bus trips through Scotland with 354 reviews

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 July, which has the most tour departures.

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8 Coach/Bus trips through Scotland with 354 reviews

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  • 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.

Tips

  • 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.

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