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Christmas in Scotland

December 21st-28th, 2018 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

An enticing combination of experiences awaits the traveler who chooses to spend Christmas in Scotland. You’ll have time in both the engaging capital of Edinburgh and the largest city, Glasgow. We’ll begin in Glasgow, where sightseeing will introduce the city from the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh to the prestigious Burrell Collection. From our central location in Edinburgh at one of the city’s most elegant hotels, you will be a short stroll from Prince’s Street, George Street, and Edinburgh Castle. It’s the perfect spot for exploring historic sites, sampling gourmet cuisine, and browsing the nearby shops.


Urquhart Castle

Highlands by Rail: A Great Railway Journey to the isle of skye

September 13th-21st, 2019 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Few visitors travel over the sea to Skye without leaving at least a part of their heart behind in the Highlands. The breathtaking landscapes, the romance of the tales and legends, and the drama of noble and fiercely independent inhabitants all combine to leave a lasting impression. We’ll begin in the capital, Edinburgh, exploring its intriguing Old Town, an area of winding streets steeped in atmosphere and history. The backbone of the Old Town, the Royal Mile, leads from Edinburgh Castle down to the Palace of Holyrood House. Then its north to Inverness, the “Capital of the Highlands,” and across to Skye. We’ll have two nights and a day to explore the Isle of Skye, soaking up tales of the Lords of the Sea Kingdom. We’ll travel between cities in comfort by train (first class where available) and you'll be able to sit and watch the magnificent landscapes roll past. The ride from Inverness across to the Kyle of Lochalsh is known as one of the “Great Railway Journeys of the World.” Along the way there will be unexpected visits, plenty of time for a wee dram in the local pub, and to appreciate the best of Scotland’s Highland scenery.