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12 Day Tour – 480029

Day 1 & Day 2 Snowdonia

  • Anglesey Boat Trips
  • Beacon Climbing Centre
  • Events and Festivals

With over 150 attractions in the Snowdonia Mountains and Coast area there’s plenty of choice to write on your ‘To Do’ list when you’re visiting the area. Enjoy a holiday, short break or day out and discover Snowdonia’s excellent range of activities and attractions. There are many activities and events planned across the area so there’s plenty of choice for all the family.

Day 3 & Day 4 Lake District

  • Beatrix Potter Museum
  • Windermere Lake cruise
  • St. Martin Parish Church

Windermere is the main tourist town for those exploring the South Lakes of the Lakes District. Windermere lake is the biggest in England, and offers plenty of opportunities for watersports, sailing, cruising, or just strolling by the banks. An essential activity is a lazy boat cruise on the lake, especially if the weather is working in your favour.

Stay at Cumbria Grand Hotel or Similar:

Day 5 Glasgow

  • Glasgow Cathedral
  • Glasgow Police Museum
  • Glasgow Green

The biggest city in Scotland and the third biggest in the UK, Glasgow really is a vibrant metropolis (despite what their biggest rivals – Edinburgh residents – may say). Once the centre of the UK’s industrial revolution, Glasgow is now brimming with world class museums, art galleries, and architecture both old and new. It’s also got a booming music scene, and you shouldn’t leave without checking out at least one live venue.

Stay at The Grand Central Hotel or Similar:

Day 6 & Day 7 Oban

  • McCaig’s Tower
  • War and Peace Museum
  • Oban Distillery

Known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’, Oban is a seaside town on Scotland’s western coast. Regarded as the seafood capital of the country, it’s a true foodie heaven (and not bad for whisky fans either). Use the town as a base to explore the isles by boat, or check out some of the local attractions; McCaig’s Tower offers stunning views, and there are a handful of other historical castles and museums in the area too.

Stay at Oban Bay Hotel or Similar:

Day 8 & Day 9 Inverness

  • Caledonian Canal
  • Loch Ness
  • Inverness Castle

Marketed as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’, Inverness is a picturesque town on the banks of the river Ness. There are many walks to take along the leafy river bank, leading up to the magnificent Inverness castle and beyond to the Ness islands or the Calendonian Canal towpath. Golfing, cycling, and watersports are popular activities, and this town is also home to the biggest myth of all; the Loch Ness Monster. Go searching if you dare!

Stay at Culloden House or Similar:

Day 10 Pitlochry

  • Falls of Bruar
  • Pitlochry Dam and Salmon Ladder
  • Edradour distillery

A small town a short distance from Perth, Pitlochry shouldn’t be overlooked. The charming Pitlochry church and quaint buildings of the town make for a pleasant afternoon stroll, or you can visit the spectacular Falls of Bruar or the Pitlochry Dam and Salmon Ladder. Top it off with a visit to Scotland’s smallest distillery and try some Edradour single malt whisky. Ben Vrackie, a mountain topping 840m, is also nearby for any hikers.

Stay at Atholl Palace Hotel or Similar

Day 11 & Day 12 Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Mary King’s Close
  • Greyfriars Kirkyard

This stunning medieval city is the jewel in Scotland’s crown, and ever popular with visitors. Edinburgh Castle sits right in the centre on top of a craggy hill overlooking everything below, with Greyfriars Kirkyard and Mary King’s Close providing plenty more insights into this city’s spooky, creepy history. The Edinburgh arts festival in August is one of the best in the world and not to be missed.

Stay at Haymarket Hotel or Similar

Day 13 Departure

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