A full-day trip in Spanish from Edinburgh towards Rosslyn and Hadrian’s wall. Discover the myths and legends of the Rosslyn Chapel where The Da Vinci Code was filmed and cross the Scottish borders to enjoy the valleys of the Lowlands and the historic royal burgh of Jedburgh. Feed your curiosity learning how Romans built the famous Hadrian’s wall to define the northern limit of their Empire. • A full-day tour in Spanish to Rosslyn Chapel and Hadrian’s Wall • Decipher the enigmas and the symbols hidden between the walls of the Rosslyn Chapel • Discover the Northumberland National Park and stroll along the portions of the Hadrian’s wall that still stand there • Explore the fascinating site of Roman Vindolanda with its remarkable museum
The tour departs at 8:45 am from edinburgh and returns to original departure point at approximately 8:00 pm. • From Edinburgh to Rosslyn We will leave Edinburgh to stop in the village of Roslin, where we will able to see the ruins of its castle and the famous Rosslyn Chapel, a Gothic structure built during the XV century that maintains its mysterious attraction. It is well known all over the world for the connections established by Dan Brown with masonic and Templar theories. • Jedburgh Later on we will cross the green fields of the Lowlands, and we will reach Jedburgh, a small town in the border between England and Scotland. • From Jedburgh to the Hadrian's wall After crossing the border, we will go through the Northumberland National Park, one of the most important National Parks in England, where we will visit the main attraction of our journey: Hadrian's Wall. This structure, UNESCO World Heritage, it is one of the most impressive Roman works of engineering. It splits the Island in two parts, and it was the Empire Northern frontier. We will also visit the military camp of Vindolanda. • From Gretna Green to Edinburgh After this main visit, we will see the charming village of Gretna Green, one of the world’s most popular wedding destinations, where we will be able to rest and enjoy its wonderful environment before our way back to Edinburgh.