Enjoy a full day tour in Spanish from Edinburgh to the Highlands and take the chance to see their breathtaking scenery. Take a glimpse of Glencoe, the Lost Valley, and of the extraordinary lakes set in the centenary woods. Take the boat cruise (optional) in Loch Ness and have the opportunity to spot one of the most popular monsters in the world. Before heading back to Edinburgh, discover the charming burgh of Pitlochry and stroll around the streets once visited by the Queen Victoria. • A full-day trip in Spanish to Loch Ness and to the Highlands • Catch a view of the amazing valley of Glen Coe and of the Three Sisters mountains • Enjoy a boat cruise (optional) across the mysterious waters of Nessie • Admire the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, the Ben Nevis • Take a walk around the Victorian town of Pitlochry and discover its old Mill and its famous railway station
We will leave Edinburgh at 7:45 am and we will be back at approximately 8 pm. • From Edinburgh to GlencoeThe Loch Ness and Highlands tour departs from the city centre of Edinburgh and heads to the Highlands. On its way to the Trossachs National Park the bus will pass by Stirling catching a view of Stirling Castle. The first stop will be in Callander where the customers will be able to have a drink or a snack and during summer they can admire a nice specimen of the Highland cattle. The tour will then continue by heading North and crossing the Highlands' changing landscape up to Glen Coe, where the bus will stop and the passengers will be able to take some picture of the valley. • Fort Augustus and Loch NessThe bus will pass by the village of Fort William and continue towards its main destination. Around 1:00 pm the tour will be arriving in Fort Augustus, on Loch Ness, where it will stop for a couple of hours. The passengers will have some free time in which they can have lunch and go on a cruise on the water of the Loch, or relax in the village, walking along the Loch and the Caledonian Canal. • The Commando Memorial and the Ben NevisOn the way back the tour will stop at the Commando Memorial Monument where the passengers will hear stories from the Second World War and will have a sight of the Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the United Kingdom. The following stop will be by the Loch Laggan in order to take some picture of the Laggan Dam. The tour will then pass by Dalwhinnie Distillery, and after crossing the Grampian Mountains, it will get to its last stop. • From Pitlochry to EdinburghThe last stop will be in the Victorian town of Pitlochry where we will have the opportunity to see the characteristic Salmon Ladder or have a drink in one of its pubs. On its way to Edinburgh the tour will cross the Forth Road Bridge from where it is possible to see also the famous Forth Rail Bridge.