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Dundee, UK

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Dundee, UK

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Shore Excursions


Dundee & Glamis Castle


History comes alive when you follow in the footsteps of Romans, tribal kings and beloved British queens during this fascinating outing.

Boarding your coach, you'll take a panoramic drive past the Law -- an extinct volcano formed around 400 million years ago. Dundee's history begins with the tribe known as the Picts, who lived here around 1200 BC. Pict graves have been uncovered on the ...


4 Hours
Moderate Walking 


Falkland Palace


Walk in the footsteps of Mary, Queen of Scots with a tour of Falkland Palace and its lovely gardens

The summer home of Mary Stuart lay in ruins for 233 years until philanthropist John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, third Marquess of Bute, began its extensive renovation in 1887. Today, Falkland Palace is a stunning Renaissance chateau that marries original 16t...


Approximately 3¾ Hours
Moderate Walking 


Fettercairn Distillery & Stunning Coastal Scenery


Leave Dundee and travel through rolling farmland and colorful fields full of wildflowers. Don't miss the majestic views of the Grampian Mountains as you head inland. You will locate the striking whitewashed and grey-roofed outbuildings of Fettercairn Distillery, operating since 1824. This is one of Scotland's oldest licensed distilleries. Because this part of the Cairngorms area saw plenty of w...


Approximately 4½ Hours
Moderate Walking 


Fishing Villages, Coastal Walk & Stunning St Andrews


Travel towards the East Neuk of Fife, known for the magical charm of its quaint fishing villages, stunning beaches, and coastline. Agricultural landscapes lead through the pretty Fife countryside.

You will stop in the picturesque fishing village of Pittenweem to admire the whitewashed, red-roofed cottages reminiscent of Dutch and Flemish design. Local fisherman selling their cat...


Approximately 7¼ Hours
Moderate Walking 


St. Andrews, Home Of Golf


Designed for those who prefer little or no walking, this tour begins with a leisurely 40-minute panoramic drive to the exceptionally beautiful medieval village of St Andrews. You need not be a golf enthusiast to appreciate the beauty and history of the town of St Andrews.

The Tay Road Bridge leads you south to St Andrews University. Founded in 1410, this higher-learning institut...


Approximately 4 Hours
Moderate Walking 


The Trossachs Gateway to the Highlands


Travel west following the Forth Valley to Stirling -- a city whose historic quarter feels like a step back in time. Steep, cobblestone streets climb skyward, and all roads seem to lead to the castle that is the town's centerpiece.

You will visit Stirling Castle, traditionally of huge strategic importance. It is set high atop a rocky promontory and local lore has always held that...


Approximately 9 Hours
Moderate Walking