Scotland's Sneak Peak - 2 day tour
Your visit to Scotland may be a brief one, but that doesn't mean you can't take in some of its glory and magic.
This 2 day tour is the perfect sneak peek tour for you to explore and enjoy the roots of Scotland.
Your adventure will begin at Linlithgow Palace (as seen in Outlander), which was the favoured residence of the Stewart Clan when they were Scotland's Monarch and the birth place of Mary Queen of Scots 1542 and her father King James V.
West from Linlithgow you can delve further into Scotland's past by exploring the roots of William Wallace, born 1270 in the West of Scotland. Wallace became Scotland's most famous Freedom Fighter (Braveheart).
Our iconic King, Robert The Bruce is known for fulfilling Wallace's legacy by securing Scotland's independence at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314. Bannockburn Battlefield, Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument are all in close proximity to each other so make ideal stop off points.
After exploring the beating heart of Scotland's historic roots you will venture north and ride through the winding roads of the Trossachs towards the famous Highlands of Glencoe.
Glencoe and Glen Etive offer such beauty in their dramatic landscape they have been the inspiration and backdrop for many tv and movie sets, such as Braveheart, James Bond, Outlander, Batman, Trainspotting and more.
Your tour will include riding along the banks of Loch Ness, stopping at the famous Urquhart Castle at Drumnadrochit, once one of Scotland’s largest castles and certainly one with a lot of stories to tell.
The journey back south through the Grampian Mountains is a phenomenal ride through Glens with sweeping bends and smooth roads.
There is the chance to stop at Braemar Castle (built in 1628 as a stronghold for the Earls of Mar), which overlooks the River Dee.
The tour will finish off at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, the resting place of Scotland's most Iconic King, Robert the Bruce (died 1329). This tour will leave you fulfilled and in awe of Scotland's history and beauty.