10 days/ 9 nights

Daily departures

We offer Scotland as our dream destination this year and we are thrilled!  Landscapes, history, culture, unique communities… In Scotland you will have many experiences whose memories will last your whole life, of implausible stories, of flavours that you will never taste again (unless you return!). And the weather isn’t the only thing that’s constantly changing. Scotland is such an active and vibrant country that Scotland will never be the same twice. On this road trip you will have unique experiences throughout the tour. Starting in the city of Edinburgh, you will find rustic villages, charming towns, and a huge coastline. You also have a rich history to discover, as in the Highlands, which are emblematic but occupy a much larger and more interesting area than most assume. In addition to the world-famous Loch Ness, Ben Nevis and Skye Island and the North Coast 500, it will be possible to enjoy malt whiskey, delicious cuisine, and paradisiacal places you have ever seen in a movie, such as in the Braveheart, some James Bond movies and even the famous Titanic. Yes, you read that right. part of Leonardo di Caprio’s Titanic was filmed in Inverness.

Inverness is the capital of the Highlands, located in the north of the country, a small town that offers history, heritage, and a wide range of dining options. It is the ideal base from which to explore the rest of the Highlands, including Loch Ness. Skye with stunning scenery, Eilean Donan Castle, the grandiose Stirling Castle near Loch Lomond, the Kelpies, and several whisky distilleries are some of the attractions we present to you on this tour.

In our ROAD TRIP you can create your own program, with our help of course. We start by booking the desired rental cars (also luxury vehicles) and we complete your program together with the excursions that you and your partner/passengers want. Do you want to drive the round trip yourself with your own car? We will then offer you an overnight stay on board a ferry from mainland Europe to Newcastle

Do you want to experience something different? We have put together the following variants for you:
08 days Scottish highlights
14 Days Great Scotland Tour
08 days in the heart of Scotland
11 Days Scotland Complet
09 days Scotland for explorers  
Do you have your own variant? No problem, we can edit that too. So, come with us to Scotland and experience your adventure!


Price per Person in double room: from EUR 774.-

Surplus single room: EUR 588.-



Together with our partner Avis Budget, we are happy to book a rental car of the desired category for you. Prices and availability on request. Prices from 28 € / day!


If you arrive by car, we will of course also book the desired ferry connection for you if neccesary. We work with all relevant ferry companies. We are happy to prepare an individual offer.


Arrival at Edinburgh airport. Take the time today to explore the city centre along the Royal Mile, considered one of Edinburgh’s most important streets. It is known for its historic sights as well as a number of impressive restaurants and pubs. Visit Edinburgh Castle, which marks the cityscape. If time permits, make a short stop at the Museum of Scotland and learn more about the multifaceted history of Scotland. If you arrive with your own car, please drive directly to your hotel where we will leave your travel documents.  Overnight at Adamson Hotel 4**** or similar.


Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will visit the extraordinary Gilmerton Cave, which leads you through a series of hand-carved corridors to fabulous, underground chambers. Have fun at the Camera Obscura Museum and visit Holyrood Palace, the Royal Residence in Scotland. Of course, the exploration of the Royale Yacht Britannia should not be missing in today’s program. Overnight at Adamson Hotel 4**** or similar (B)

DAY 3 EDINBURGH - INVERNESS (253km 3h 16m)

Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will pick up your rental car and start your road trip. After a restful night in your accommodation, visit the two pretty villages of Aberfeldy and Pitlorchy this morning. Then, explore the sprawling Cairngorms National Park, where the UK’s highest and most striking mountain range can be seen. Stop at the impressive Balmoral Castle and visit the Victorian town of Ballater. It mainly accommodates guests who want to visit the Pannanich springs. Overnight at the Newton Hotel 4,5**** or similar. (F)


Breakfast at the hotel. Your day begins with a visit to the site of the Battle of Culloden, which took place in 1746. Afterwards you will visit the so-called “Black Island” before paying a visit to the Cawdor Castle, which was built around 1370. End the day in the beautiful area of Speyside. Overnight stay at the Newton Hotel 4,5**** or similar. (B)              

DAY 5 INVERNESS - ISLE OF SKYE (171km 2h 28m)

Breakfast. Today’s journey takes you to one of the highlights of your Scotland trip, you will go to the famous Loch Ness! Don’t miss a visit to Urquhart Castle, which exemplifies the drama of the Highlands in a special way. Afterwards you will go to Fort Augustus, which got its name from the uprising of the local Jacobites of 1715. In the late afternoon you drive to the famous island of Skye to end the day in one of the numerous pubs.  Overnight on the Island of Skye at the Kings Arms Hotel 3*** or similar. (B)


Breakfast at the hotel. Take the route towards the Trotternish Peninsula, Skye’s most spectacular scenery. Explore the Skye Museum and the exhibition about island´s life around 1900. Don’t miss a visit to Dunvegan Castle and its impressive garden. Make a stop at Talisker, the only distillery on Skye. Accommodation on the Island of Skye at the Kings Arms Hotel 3*** or similar.   (B)

DAY 7 ISLE OF SKYE - FORT WILLIAM (161km 2h 18m)

Breakfast at the hotel. Today, another highlight of your trip awaits you. Visit Glenfinnan and the imposing viaduct. Afterwards you will make your way to Glencoe, Scotland’s most scenic valley. Finally, visit the Steall waterfall, whose name comes from the Gaelic word “An Steall Bàn” and translates as “the white fountain”. Overnight at the Ben Nevis Hotel or similar (Room Fort William) (B)


After breakfast, take the road towards Oban. From the viewpoint ‘Bealach-an-Righ’ you can catch a glimpse of the bustling port of Oban. Visit the distillery of the same name, one of Scotland’s oldest sources of single malt Scotch whisky. Also, don’t forget to visit McCaig’s Tower. (B)

DAY 9 FORT WILIAM - GLASGOW (164km 22h 39m)

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the town of Stirling, which is nestled between the Lowlands and the Highlands. Afterwards, you will continue to Glasgow, where you can visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery. End the day with a visit to Necropolis, a place perched on the highest mountain in Glasgow. There you can enjoy the peaceful silence and review your journey in your mind’s eye. Overnight at the Ben Nevis Hotel or similar (Room Fort William) (B)


Breakfast at the hotel. The day is at leisure for private activities. On time drive to the airport and return the rental car. After that, check I at the airline for your flight from Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport. End of our services. (B)

This itinerary and the mentioned entrances/attractions are suggestions. Please note: Not all of the entrance fees and sights mentioned in the itinerary are included in the package price or in the optional admission package - but can usually be purchased or booked on site without any problems. We are happy to help with the booking.