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Discover Mystical Scotland’s Historic Castles on Unforgettable Tours

Discover Mystical Scotland’s Historic Castles on Unforgettable Tours

Discover the Mystical Beauty of Scotland’s Historic Castles on Unforgettable Tours Embark on a magical journey through time as you explore Scotland’s historic castles on unforgettable tours. Be transported back to a bygone era filled with legends, tales of bravery, and the rich heritage of this mystical land. From towering fortresses to picturesque ruins, each castle has its own unique story to tell. Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the ancient castles of Scotland . Step into the pages of…

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The Crown Royal Castles tour of Scotland

The Crown Royal Castles tour of Scotland

The Crown tour of Scotland , St Andrews University , Balmoral Castle ( the summer residence of the Queen ) and Glamis Castle ( birthplace of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret ) . For the latest information about availability and best prices please contact Private Tours Edinburgh by phone / WhatsApp on +447305294773 or contact us online . Filming for the Crown season six is taking place at St Andrews in Scotland . The show recreates Prince William and Kate Middleton’s university days….

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Four castles tour

Four castles tour

Visit four Scottish castles in our unique tour – Drummond Castle Gardens , Stirling Castle , Doune Castle and Linlithgow Palace. The castles on this tour may change in the winter season .Phone +447305-294773 for more details and bookings. Drummond Castle and Gardens – the grounds, which date back to 1630, are considered “the best example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland”. The castle was used as the Palace of Versailles in an episode of TV drama Outlander. Drummond Castle Gardens, which…

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Whisky and castles tours

Whisky and castles tours

Looking for things to do in Edinburgh ? How about taking a tour from Edinburgh of Scotland’s amazing castles and whisky distilleries ? Two ancient Scottish castles and two distilleries feature in this tour – Doune Castle featured in Monty Python and the Holy Grail , Game of Thrones and the Outlander TV series. Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most impressive castles due to its imposing position and amazing architecture. Deanston Distillery makes award-winning Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky. The Standard Tour finishes off with a tasting…

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Outlander castles tours

Outlander castles tours

Take our private tour of Outlander’s Lallybroch with Private tours Edinburgh – just one of Scotland’s amazing Outlander castle film locations . Is there a real Lallybroch in Scotland ? Find out on our unique tour of Lallybroch , a 500 year old castle which became a key location in the life of Jamie Fraser. Outlander Tours from Edinburgh can be booked by phone or Whatsapp us on +447305-294773. Check availability of this tour now Special Offer – book your Lallybroch tour…

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Eilean Donan Castle tours

Eilean Donan Castle tours

Private tours of Eilean Donan Castle and the Highlands from Edinburgh including a visit to Glencoe & Buachaille Etive Mor. We take you to the best spots for taking pictures of the beautiful scenery of the Highlands.Phone +44131-549-9785 for booking Private castle tours feature a visit to the stunning Eilean Donan Castle and the Highlands from Edinburgh including a visit to Glencoe and Buachaille Etive Mor . Take an epic journey through the Highlands to the iconic Eilean Donan Castle . Where are the top three locations for pictures of…

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Eilean Donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle Eilean Donan means Island of Donan (a religious figure from the 12th century). Eilean Donan was Clan MacKenzie’s most important stronghold from the 13th Century until it was destroyed in 1719. Robert the Bruce was given refuge in Eilean Donan Castle by John MacKenzie, Second of Kintail when he was being hunted by the English at the beginning of the fourteenth century. Above the entrance to the castle there is a Gaelic inscription which translates as: As…

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