Rabbie's Small Group Tours from Glasgow

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Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond National Park and Whisky Tour

1 Day Tour From Glasgow

Experience the Highlands' natural forests, lochs and mountains in Loch Lomond National Park and feel Scotland's past in the heartland of its great heroes - Rob Roy, Robert the Bruce and William Wallace - with visits to the medieval stronghold of Stilring Castle and sample single malt whisky at the Glengoyne Distillery.

Departs: 09.00 
Returns: 18.00 approx
Adult Prices: From £29
Discount Prices: From £26
Departs: Every day (All year) 

Departs and Returns: George Square, Glasgow, G2 1DY

You travel first to Stirling Castle where you can visit this imposing stronghold, the favourite residence of the Stuart kings, where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned. You then continue into the beautiful forest-covered mountains of the Trossachs and stop for lunch in heart of the National Park. This area, on the southern edge of the Highlands was home to Rob Roy Macgregor, the famous Scottish outlaw.

From here a short drive takes you to the "bonny, bonny banks" of Loch Lomond. At Loch Lomond you can visit the National Park Centre or walk along part of the West Highland Way to a hilltop viewpoint with spectacular views of the loch.

Afterwards visit the malt whisky distillery of Glengoyne for a tour and dram before your return journey to Glasgow.

Transportation by top of the range Mercedes minicoach for a more personal experience
Maximum of 16 passengers on tour
Services of a professional Rabbie's driver/guide
Rabbie's Discount Card - money off restaurants, shopping and attractions

Lunch and refreshments.
Entrance to Stirling Castle, but you get 10% off with our discount card - or £2 off Historic Scotland Explorer passes - for lots of Historic sites in Scotland

Discount Price
Students, Seniors over 60 and Children between 5 and 16

Important Information
Because we believe in time off the bus and give you opportunities to take nature walks we recommend you bring suitable clothing and footwear for your tour. Scotland can be a wet place!!

Please note that due to safety legislation open-toed or high-heeled shoes are not permitted within the Whisky Distillery.