Edinburgh, United States of America

Scottish Castles: Glamis and Dunnottar

Art, culture and gastronomy
Ticket printed
10h duration

The Scottish Castles hide hundreds of legends. The Castle of Glamis is considered one of the most enchanted castles in Europe, probably due to its connection with King Macbeth. Home of the Lyon family, its members include the Queen Mother who spent her childhood in Glamis.


Dunnottar Castle is the great fortress that controls the North Sea. How the itinerary is structured: North Queensferry - Glamis Castle - Stonehaven - Dunnottar Castle - Dundee Only during the summer season from April 4th to November 5th From Edinburgh to North Queensferry. Heading north, we will cross the Forth Fjord and the North Queensferry fis...

What's Included

  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Drinks
  • Tickets
  • Meal

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  • Gathering place:

    190 High Street, Edinburgh

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