Wallace monument, Stirling Castle, Linlithgow Palace, Luxury MPV

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  • Day Trip
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  • Private Tour
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  • 8 hr

This tour offers a unique blend of Scottish history, stunning architecture, and breathtaking scenery. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore four of Scotland's most iconic landmarks, including the Forth Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site; Stirling Castle, a royal fortress with a history dating back to the 12th century; the William Wallace Monument, a striking tower honouring Scotland's famous hero; and Linlithgow Palace, a magnificent ruined palace that once housed Scotland's monarchs. What sets this tour apart is the chance to experience these four historic sites in one day, offering a comprehensive overview of Scotland's rich history and stunning landscape. With knowledgeable guide and comfortable transportation, visitors can sit back, relax, and soak up the best that Scotland has to offer. • Enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your driver/guide on this private tour • Kids friendly (5+ age) • Please note that tour stops and timings can change

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Ed Private Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Forth Road Bridge

If you're looking for a breathtaking experience, consider booking a tour that includes a visit to the Forth Bridges. These three impressive bridges span the Firth of Forth, and are a sight to behold. The Forth Bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Scotland's most iconic landmarks. The Forth Road Bridge, opened in 1964 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is a long-span suspension bridge over 2.5 kilometres in length, with towers over 150 metres high. The Queensferry Crossing, opened in 2017, is the newest of the three and spans the firth with its modern design. Don't miss out on the opportunity to see these engineering marvels up close and appreciate their beauty and significance in Scottish history.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is a magnificent historic fortress perched on a hilltop overlooking the Scottish city of Stirling. With a history dating back to the 12th century, it played a crucial role in Scotland's turbulent past, serving as both a royal residence and a military stronghold. Visitors can explore the castle's opulent interiors, including the Royal Palace and Great Hall, marvel at the stunning views from the castle walls, and learn about the castle's rich history through interactive exhibits and guided tours. Stirling Castle is a must-see destination for anyone interested in Scottish history and architecture. (admission fee around £16.50, not included in the tour price)

Duration: 2 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: National Wallace Monument

The William Wallace Monument is a striking tower located on the outskirts of the Scottish city of Stirling, built in honor of one of Scotland's most famous heroes, William Wallace. The monument offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and a glimpse into the life and legacy of the man known as Braveheart. Visitors can climb the narrow staircase to the top of the tower and take in panoramic views of the rolling hills and glens that once saw battles fought in the name of Scottish independence. Inside the monument, exhibits and displays bring Wallace's story to life, from his early years as a freedom fighter to his ultimate betrayal and execution. Whether you're a history buff or just looking for a stunning view of Scotland's countryside, the William Wallace Monument is a must-see destination. (admission fee around £10.75, not included in the tour price)

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Linlithgow Palace

Linlithgow Palace is a magnificent ruined palace situated in the town of Linlithgow, in West Lothian, Scotland. Once a favorite residence of the Scottish monarchs, the palace boasts a rich history dating back to the 15th century. Visitors can explore the palace's grand ruins, including the Great Hall, royal apartments, and ornate fountain court, and imagine what life must have been like for Scotland's royals centuries ago. The palace has witnessed some of Scotland's most important historical events, including the birth of Mary Queen of Scots, and visitors can learn about these events through interactive exhibits and guided tours. The palace's picturesque location on the banks of Linlithgow Loch makes it an ideal spot for a scenic picnic or stroll. For history buffs and architecture enthusiasts, Linlithgow Palace is a must-visit destination. (admission fee not included in the tour price)

Duration: 1 hour
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