Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & the Kelpies

DAY TOUR

Trip Info


Adult
from$75
Concession
from$69

A splendid introduction to Scotland. This tour fuses the remarkable beauty of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park with the majestic sight of The Kelpies and the savage history of Stirling Castle. On this trip there is plenty of time to examine amazing architecture and ponder over breath-taking natural and man-made wonders while immersing yourself in myths, legends and stories.

Highlights

  • Stirling Castle
  • Balmaha Village with Views to Ben Lomond
  • Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
  • The Kelpies - Magnificent 30m High Steel Sculptures
  • Small Group Tour - Max 16

Inclusions

  • Passionate Local Guide
  • Foreign Language Audio Guide

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  • Stirling Castle (reserve at the time of booking)

Full Refund

  • If cancelled more than 24 hours in advance

 

 

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"We had a lovely day with our guides Carrie and Kylie on this tour. I enjoyed being part of a small group and our guides were informative and lots of fun. You have a set amount of time to explore each of these locations on your own, and the itinerary gives you a good cross-section of the most popular sites in Scotland. "

Olivia, June 2019

Itinerary


We depart Edinburgh in the morning and head west towards Falkirk where you get the chance to visit and marvel at the stunning Kelpies, the world's largest equine sculptures. Dedicated to the horse-powered heritage of Central Scotland and designed by Andy Scott, they also celebrate the mythological transforming beasts living in our lochs, rivers and streams, who possess the strength and endurance of 100 horses.

Our journey then takes us to the ‘Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond’ where we take time at Balmaha to admire views of Ben Lomond. Here, you will have the opportunity to go on a woodland walk that will afford you great views of the loch. Standing on its bank you will understand why Loch Lomond has been immortalised in a world-famous song.

The rest of the afternoon is spent exploring Stirling. You will have the option to discover the impressive Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s most important structures both historically and architecturally. Many royals have been crowned at Stirling Castle, including Mary Queen of Scots, and it was central to William Wallace’s fight in the Wars of Independence. Alternatively, explore Stirling, geographically one of the most significant towns in Scottish history. We return to Edinburgh in the early evening.

 

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STIRLING CASTLE

Stirling Castle is arguably the most impressive and historically important castle in Scotland. Seen for miles around, its imposing position has played a hugely strategic role throughout the centuries. Once home to the Scottish Royals, the building has been subject to many bloody sieges and much political intrigue. 

Departure


Departure point

 

60 High Street (The Royal Mile)

Edinburgh

EH1 1TB

Scotland

 

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Departure Time

Check-in closes at 8.30am for tour departure at 8.45am.

We are unable to hold the bus or refund for any late arrivals. Please refer to your e-ticket for full departure details.

Return Time

Tour returns at 5.30pm.