Driver Guided Tours

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Are you a smaller group and would you like greater flexibility ? Piping Scot Tours LOGOoffers Driver Guided Experiences. Mike owns his own vehicle, a comfortable, roomy 4×4 ideal for exploring the wonderful sights of Scotland.

The following are some suggestions for tours lasting a maximum of 8hours. Couldn’t be easier, Mike will pick you up and deliver you back to your hotel or cruise ship port of call.

Option 1.

Relaxing drive into Edinburgh with a panoramic guided tour. Get the inside story from your Driver Guide who has lived and worked here.

Visit Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish Crown Jewels including guided walking tour of the castle from your driver guide

Walking tour of Edinburgh’s Historic Old Town (Royal Mile)

Lunch in traditional 16th Century Pub

Visit either Rosslyn Chapel (Da Vinci Code), Royal Yacht Britannia or Glenkinchie Distillery.

Option 2.

Drive to St Andrews taking in the wonderful East Neuk (east corner) of Fife embracing picturesque fishing villages and harbours dating back to the 12th century.

Tour historic St Andrews, partly driven, partly walking including the Old Course (home of Golf), St Andrews Castle, University, Cathedral etc

Lunch

Drive to Falkland Palace (ancient 16th century hunting lodge of the Scottish Kings and Queens).

Tour palace and have a refreshment in a quaint tearoom before exploring the town.

Option 3.

Picturesque drive to Stirling with panoramic guided tour.

Visit Stirling Castle including guided walking tour from your driver guide

Journey through the beautiful Highland Landscape of the Trossachs, (Beloved by writers and artists).

Lunch at Aberfoyle (connected to the 17th century Highlander Rob Roy)

Visit Glengoyne Distillery for a ‘wee tasting tour.’

Contact Piping Scot Tours for a quote today. Included in you Driver Guided Experience is a kilt wearing, bagpipe playing Scottish Blue Badge Guide who is also a landscape painter.

Outlander Location tours a speciality also.

Please note quotes do not include entry charges to attractions or cost of meals.

 

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