When you travel alone in Scotland you are never lonely. Mountains tower over lush valleys and forests are filled with grazing deer. Locals crowd into the coziness of charming pubs to find comfort in conversation and laughter. Lakes sparkle with iridescent light. Castles are set high on the hills and cast shadows over the lowlands. Everyone welcomes you with a smile and is ready to hear your story. This Scotland tour for solo travelers is handcrafted to ensure you make the best of your time there,...
Edinburgh - Beauty in the Unfamiliar
Edinburgh is a city of history and festivals, cobblestone streets, and cozy pubs. You arrive at the airport and your private transfer is already waiting for you. The city charms you from the moment you step out of the airport. The Royal Mile stretches from Edinburgh Castle gate to the Holyrood Palace, fewer than 110 yards away. The wide street gives way to narrow alleyways that house small pubs, hidden restaurants, and historic homes. Near the Royal Botanic Gardens is 8 Howard Place, once home to Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The remainder of the day is yours to enjoy the city at your leisure.
Relax in a classic pub, such as The Last Drop, and sit in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle with the locals. Stroll along the colorful facades of Royal Mile near the Scottish Parliament and listen to the bustling city wrap itself around you. UNESCO has recognized Edinburgh as a City of Literature; the Writer’s Museum is dedicated to the literary figures and rich cultural endeavors from the likes of Robert Burns to J.K. Rowling. The interior feels like an antique bookstore. The aroma is ripe with leather-bound books and lacquered wood. Kids and adults roam through the collection of works and memorabilia in utter fascination, remembering their connection to a variety of inspiring fiction.
Edinburgh - Connecting the City
St. Andrews - More than A Single Site
St. Andrews - Taste of Freedom
Inverness - Hearth of the Highlands
Glasgow - Finding Glen Coe
Glasgow - The Many Faces of The City
Glasgow - Depart For Home
- Visit exceptional castles throughout the countryside, including Blair Castle
- Cruise around the pristine waters of Mystical Loch Ness
- Witness the unique characteristics that make the Scottish Highlands a treasured landscape
- View the wondrous wildlife on Rothiemurchus Highland Estate
- Explore the valley and gorge of Glen Coe
- Traverse the historic streets of Edinburgh
- Experience the legendary kindness of the locals in Glasgow
$3,635 per person (excluding international flights)
- In-country transportation
- Some or all activities and tours
- Expert trip planning
- 24x7 support during your trip
Your final trip cost will vary based on your selected accommodations, activities, meals, and other trip elements that you opt to include.
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