Join our French tour to discover the fantastic east coast of Scotland. We visit the village of St Andrews, one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland - Dunnottar Castle and much more. Also for fans of the Outlander series: we will visit Falkland - are you going to miss it?
Discover the wonderful east coast of Scotland.
A very special day filled with historical sites and dramatic landscapes.
The first stop is on the outskirts of Edinburgh to see the South Queensferry Bridges where we clearly highlight the Forth Bridge - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After our first stop, we travel to the most important town in Scotland, which gives its name to the patron saint of this country. We are talking about the town of Saint Andrews. There, our guide will show you all the places of interest and tell you the stories behind them. Saint Andrews is known for its prestigious university where Prince William met his wife Kate. It is also known for being the birthplace of golf, for its beach which served as the setting for the film Chariots of Fire and above all, for the important role it played during the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century.
After lunch we head north to visit one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland - Dunnottar Castle. We will have the opportunity to walk along a path that flies over the cliffs of the east coast and that will take us to this incredible castle. Without a doubt a unique moment for all travellers.
On the way back we stop to visit the charming village of Falkland, known for representing Inverness in the Outlander series.
The tour is scheduled to return at 7:30pm