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From £35 per person

Edinburgh: Full-Day Highlands Whisky Experience

Key Details
9 hours
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Pick-up service

. Pick-up is provided at the door of most hotels and guest houses in Edinburgh's city center.

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What You'll Do
  • Enjoy a drive through the scenic Scottish highlands
  • See 18th-century Ossians Hall
  • Take a tour of the Glenturret distillery, home of the Famous Grouse
  • Taste whisky at Scotland’s oldest distillery
Scotland brings to mind images such as kilts, tartan, haggis, golf, and bagpipes. It’s probably best known for its whisky, however. Visit the Glenturret Distillery, home to the Famous Grouse, on a highlands whisky tour. Take a tour and enjoy a tasting!
What to Expect
The Gaelic word usquebaugh refers to the water of life, which is certainly whisky when it comes to Scotland. Be sure to take time to experience the national drink and see how it’s made on a visit to the Glenturret Distillery, the oldest in Scotland.

From Edinburgh we head north over the Forth Road Bridge, stopping for a photo opportunity of what is perhaps the eighth wonder of the world, the Forth Bridge. We continue on through the beautiful countryside of Fife, Kinross-shire and Perthshire to the banks of the River Tay, the city of Perth and to the Hermitage, which some say is the most beautiful woodland walk in Scotland. This leads us to Ossians Hall, an 18th century mirrored summerhouse overlooking a magnificent waterfall, and to some of Scotland's tallest trees.

Our lunch stop is in Dunkeld, a small conservation town sitting on the banks of the RIver Tay and in the shadows of the ruined 13th century Cathedral. On the site of a 9th century monastery, part of the original Cathedral is still in use as a local church. Take time to walk round and see the Atholl Fountain in the square containing craft shops, cafes and hotels or take a stroll along the river.

Continuing through the beautiful Highland countryside, we reach The Glenturret Distillery, home of the Famous Grouse. Did you know that three drams of this whisky are sipped every second? There's an opportunity to join the Flight of the Grouse, and interactive tour of Scotland before our distillery tour, where you'll have a tasting opportunity. 

On our way back to Edinburgh, we journey through Gleneagles, home of the world famous golf course and venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup, and then view from our coach Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
What's Included
  • Transportation
  • Guided tour
  • Free Famous Grouse Miniature with every adult ticket purchased
What's Not Included
  • Guide service in languages other than English (tours are conducted by a English-speaking driver/guide and written guides are available in different languages)
  • Admission Fee to Distillery
Our promise to you
  • Speedy booking and reserved spots
  • No-hassle best price guarantee
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