Tour Routes in Scotland

Suggested Tour Routes to make the best of your holiday in Scotland

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Travel to Scotland usually comes in via England, and this itinerary assumes that. If you flew into Edinburgh it would be simple to nip into England at Gretna Green, checkout Hadrian’s Wall (the Roman border) and re-enter Scotland in the East to see Jedburgh Abbey on the route back.

Try this Tour Route

This tour route would take around 17 -18 days allowing a couple of nights in Edinburgh. You could run round in less, but the islands take time and ideally you should take it easy.

Note: links to the towns go to photo albums on the TravelSignposts website

Jedburgh Abbey – Abbotsford House – Edinburgh – Fife – St Andrews – Dundee – Glamis Castle – Caithness Glass Factory – Edradour Whisky Distillery – Pitlochry – Blair Atholl – Braemar – Ballater – Balmoral Castle – Newtonmore – Culloden – Inverness – Loch Ness – Dunrobin Castle – Wick – John O’Groats – Thurso – Orkney Islands – Ullapool – Eilean Donan – Portree (Isle of Skye) – Dunvegan Castle – Mallaig – Glenfinnan – Fort WilliamGlencoe – Oban – Craignure (Isle of Mull) – Isle of Iona – Tobermory – Torosay Castle – Oban – Inverary – Fort William – Glencoe – Loch Lomond – Glasgow – Alloway – Ayr – Stranraer – Moffat – Gretna Green


Some other Scotland pages:

Travel to Scotland – not only a Europe tour for the brave-hearted!

When to travel to Scotland for your tour: weather and seasons

Useful facts, dates and links to help you plan your tour of Scotland

Book your sightseeing tours or day-trips in Scotland online

Book your hotel in Scotland online

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