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Scotland
Edinburgh



Scotland, the U.K.’s northernmost country, is a land of mountain wildernesses such as the Cairngorms and Western Highlands, interspersed with glacial glens (valleys) and lochs (lakes). Its major cities are Edinburgh, the capital, loomed over by its iconic castle, and Glasgow, famed for its vibrant cultural scene. Scotland is also the ‘home of golf’, typified by the 16th-century Old Course at St Andrews.



A selection of tours

Edinburgh Castle

Take a private guided tour of Edinburgh Castle which contains The Honors of Scotland – the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny.

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"Magnificent Mall" – Walking Tour

Edinburgh is the Royal and ancient capital of Scotland, a magnificent city that offers the visitor an abundance of history and Scottish lifestyle. When walking famous ancient Royal Mile, with cobbled streets, you will have the opportunity to visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse(HM The Queen’s official residence in Scotland), the Scottish Parliament building, the magnificent St. Giles Cathedral.

Besides these iconic buildings you will also have the opportunity to view the wonderful Georgian terraces, crescents and grand squares.

We of course will stop at one of Edinburgh’s "watering holes" for lunch and a Scottish beverage!

The Royal Yacht Britannia

An historical royal visit! Your group will experience the fascinating insights into the private and public lives of the British Royal Family, by boarding, the Queen's floating palace, where your group will explore the Royal Apartments, the State Dining Room, life below decks in the Sick Bay and Laundry and the gleaming Engine Room, Britannia was in service for 40 years and sailed millions of miles on many official visits for the British Royal Family, and is berthed at the historic port of Leith

To complete this fascinating custom designed tour, your group will enjoy views of the waterfront when “par-taking” of tea in the Royal Deck Tea Room



A selection of evening event venues

Scottish Banquet - Edinburgh Castle

The Scottish Banquet at Edinburgh Castle is an experience to remember. Upon arrival at the drawbridge, your guests will be greeted with a traditional piper's welcome. He will then lead the guests into the heart of the castle to begin their evening of world famous Scottish hospitality.

A spectacular finale will draw the evening to a close. A pipe band will perform a medley of traditional Scottish pieces. Guests are then invited to follow the band out of the castle.

The Palace of Holyrood House

A unforgettable dining experience at the official residence of the Queen in Scotland. The palace was home to Mary Queen of Scots for six years and houses beautiful tapestries and paintings. You may also like to visit the new Queen's Gallery which hosts a program of changing exhibitions from The Royal Collection. The Palace is adjacent to the 13th century ruin of the Abbey of Holyrood which is all set against the beautiful backdrop of Arthur's Seat and the Salisbury Crags.

Hopetoun House

Hopetoun House guarantees a unique dining experience in the truly outstanding surroundings of the State Dining Room or the Red Drawing Room. Guests will have the freedom to explore the elegant, richly decorated interiors.

The group dinner will be set under crystal chandeliers in the beautiful Adam Ballroom.

"Beating the Retreat", performed by Pipe Bands in full ceremonial dress, provides a spectacular finale to the evening, together with a fireworks display to enhance the lasting impression that your event will make on your guests.