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Take the train to Edinburgh, Fort William, Inverness, Pitlochry to spend 3 days exploring Scotland!

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  • Day 1
    London - Edinburgh (629 km)
  • Day 2
    Edinburgh (520 km)
  • Day 3
    Edinburgh - London (628 km)
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Day 1 London - Edinburgh(629 km)

Guests should meet the tour guide at Kings Cross Station in London at 6:30am. We will then board a train bound for Edinburgh, Scotland. Upon arrival, we will take a hop-on-hop-off bus tour of the city that passes places like the Royal Mile, Greyfriars Bobby, and Holyrood Palace. Then, we will visit Edinburgh Castle to explore the amazing castle grounds. Afterwards, we will head to the hotel for the night.

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, to the north of England in the United Kingdom. Learn about the area's proud history at the National Museum of Scotland, and tour the Royal Yacht Britannia and Arthur's Seat.

  • This historic and famous castle sits atop the Castle Rock precipice in the city of Edinburgh. Human occupation of the area that is now the fortress dates back to the second century AD or possibly even earlier.
  • This statue of a Skye Terrier pays homage to the legend of a dog named Greyfriars Bobby that is said to have sat at the grave of his deceased master for 14 years, until he died himself.
  • The Palace of Holyroodhouse is the official Scottish residence of the royal family and has been since the 1500s. The structures on the palace ground dated back even further, to the founding of Hollyrood Abbey in 1128.

Day 2 Edinburgh(520 km)

Today, we will take a tour of the Scottish countryside to places like Glen Coe, Fort William,Urquhart Castle, and, of course, Loch Ness itself. Other stops over the course of our day will include Glen Garry, Inverness, and Pitlochry. At the end of the day, we will return to Edinburgh.

This town in the Scottish highlands is a popular tourist spot due to its picturesque location on Loche Linnhe as well as the abundance of outdoor activities, such as hiking and mountain biking, it offers to visitors.

  • This popular tourist spot is widely considered to be the most beautiful area of Scotland. The glen, a sharp impression between two towering mountains, is thought to have been formed by a glacier during the Ice Age.

Inverness, located in the Scottish Highlands, is the northernmost city in the UK and administrative center of the region. The Gaelic king MacBethad, popularized in Shakespeare's Macbeth, held a castle in this city during the 11th century.

  • One of the world's most famous lakes, Loch Ness is best known for the mythological creature said to be hidden in its waters. The legend is spurred on by the extreme murkiness of the water and depth of the lake.
  • This 13th-century castle on the shores of the famous Loch Ness has played an important role in Scottish history. The castle was partially destroyed and then abandoned in the middle of the 17th century, but today is being preserved.

Located in the Perth and Kinross region of Scotland, Pitlochry is a popular tourist destination known for scenic views of the nearby Ben Vrackie and Schiehallion mountains. The town has retained much of its Victorian era charm with architecture dating back to the mid-1800s.

Day 3 Edinburgh - London(628 km)

Today, guests will be able to explore Edinburgh at their own leisure and should be sure to return to the train stations about 45 minutes prior to the train?s departure time. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information.





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