Edinburgh City Trike Tour with 2 Malt Whisky's for two people £240 Total

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  • 1.5 hr

Edinburgh city centre tours and Edinburgh castle tours by Trike Tours Scotland If you know your drams or ever been intrigued by “the water of life”, then this is the one for you or your loved one. We whisk you round the city pointing out the history and scenic views plus a few classic bars. Then we stop at a classic scenic point to offer you both two great malts served on a silver tray in Whisky Nosing Glasses. We will give some pointers on the Malt that you are having and let you enjoy a dram that you will never forget. Then its a quick visit to one of the great whisky shops. (Please note that the whisky shop visit is not compulsory just and idea)

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Trike Tours Scotland

Tours of Scotland and weekend breaks by Trike Tours Scotland | Billy Connolly Route 66 Trike Tour

Welcome to Trike Tours Scotland – Established in 2006 the first Chauffeur-driven Trike tour to give you one of the hippest ways to see the famously breathtaking scenery Scotland has on offer.

Our trips bring you closer to the mountains, Lochs and Glens of the Highlands via Perthshire, Stirling & the Trossachs National Park, Loch Lomond.

We also bring you a fabulous city tour of Edinburgh our nation's capital, with a whirl round the historic Grassmarket and onto the famous volcanic plug 'Arthur's Seat'.

Our trikes have a 1600cc muscle engine, this will definitely put the 'R back in to Roar'.

Edinburgh city centre tours and Edinburgh castle tours by Trike Tours Scotland

If you are looking for a massive jaw aching grin then this is definitely a treat that needs to be done at least once in your life. We take you round the capital on a Trike that turns heads where ever it goes.

Setting off for the tour in Edinburgh city centre we take you down to the Grassmarket, then onto a whirl round the breathtaking views of Arthur's Seat coming along Holyrood (Official residence of the Queen when she comes to Scotland).
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