Glenfinnan Monument

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  • From Glasgow: Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glencoe & Mallaig Tour

    1. From Glasgow: Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glencoe & Mallaig Tour

    Leaving Glasgow, travel to Tarbet on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. Here, take in the beautiful loch views. Following the full length of Loch Lomond, continue on to Rannoch Moor. Passing Buachaille Etive Mor which featured in James Bond’s Skyfall, continue through the famous Glencoe Valley with its spectacular views. At Fort William, join the romantic ‘Road to the Isles’ to Mallaig. Pass Loch Eilt which you may recognize as the location in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" where Hagrid skimmed stones. Dumbledore’s final resting place was also shot at Eilean na Moine nearby. It is then time to dip your toes in the sand during a photo stop at the Silver Sands of Morar.  Take a 90-minute lunch stop at Mallaig (not included), where you can try local fish and chips. Then, continue to Glenfinnan and enjoy 1 hour to explore at your own pace. Take in the unmissable views with the majesti...

    It was a good, wonderful to see Glencoe, Mallaig and Glenfinnan. It was a shame the weather didn't improve through the day, however that's the Highlands for you.

  • Isle of Skye, Oban, St Andrews and Highlands 5-Day Tour

    2. Isle of Skye, Oban, St Andrews and Highlands 5-Day Tour

    Departing from Edinburgh, travel through Scotland’s Central Belt to Glasgow, here there's time to visit the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, opened in 1901. Then cross the Kingston Bridge over the River Clyde and head north to the village of Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond. Next, it’s onwards and upwards over the steep pass of 'Rest and be Thankful' in the village of Inveraray, a town lapped by the sea water of Loch Fyne and famed for its oysters and seafood. Next head to Dunadd Iron Age Fort, the coronation site of kings and queens of Dalriada, the ancient Gaelic speaking kingdom. Follow in the footsteps of kings and queens and take the steep but thankfully short path to the summit of the hill. After a stop at Kilmartin Museum, drive through the stunning Argyll scenery to the bustling port and fishing town of Oban, the location of your first night’s stay. In the mornin...

  • Inverness: Full-Day Fort William and Glencoe Tour

    3. Inverness: Full-Day Fort William and Glencoe Tour

    Your tour will begin with a Loch Ness photo opportunity. Also known affectionately as "Nessie", you can take your chances spotting the beast out in the brine. Your next stop will be the magnificently-situated Urquhart Castle, on the shore of Loch Ness. Here you can continue to soak up the atmosphere of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs. You will next travel on to Ft. Augustus. Lying on the impressive 60-mile long Caledonian Canal, halfway between Inverness and Fort William, Fort Augustus offers spectacular views down Loch Ness. Your next stop will be the Commando Memorial, which is a Category-A-listed monument in Lochaber, Scotland, dedicated to the men of the original British Commando Forces raised during World War II. You will then move on to the Glenfinnan Viaduct, which is a railway viaduct on the West Highland Line that has been featured in the filming of the second and third Ha...

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What people are saying about Glenfinnan Monument

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 38 reviews

My tour guide (Fergie) was fantastic; very knowledgeable indeed. He clearly knows the roads very well and was able to re-plan/reroute as required due to sudden road closures. He is also very good at explaining the history behind the various areas and landmarks. The trip was the first guided tour I have been on and may have spoilt me; as future guides will have a lot to live up to. Worth every penny.

Incredible tour around some beauty spots in Scotland. The ride was full of information and stories about Scotland and lots of Scottish-born singer/song writer music played throughout the ride. The stops were lovely and sporadic for snacks, tea or coffee. Our tour guide Jeff was the highlight for sure as he bestowed upon us his Scottish humour and wisdom, thank you Jeff!

Excellent driver and tour guide. Cliff was very knowledgeable and entertaining. Liked the small coach. Day went by quickly with plenty of varied stops Scenery was breathtaking. Would highly recommend the tour.

It was a good, wonderful to see Glencoe, Mallaig and Glenfinnan. It was a shame the weather didn't improve through the day, however that's the Highlands for you.

Had such a great day ! Gerry was so funny and gave so much information about Scotland. I would highly recommend this to all !