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Framed by the dramatic green landscapes, visit Urquart Castle on a tour package to Scotland.

Tour Packages to Scotland

Pastoral landscapes and fairytale castles

Introducing Our Scotland Vacation Packages

Book a tour package to Scotland with Tourlane. We make it easy for you to book flights, accommodations, guides, and transfers - all in one place! Visit the land of the Scots for its extraordinary landscapes, age-old castles, and single-malt whiskey. After seeing the spectacular peaks of the Scottish Highlands, the idyllic white beaches of Skye, or the striking skyline of the capital Edinburgh, you’ll fall in love with what is one of the most remarkable places in Europe. This magical country combines history, nature, hospitality, and a sense of the supernatural all in one. You’ll be spellbound after your tour of Scotland. Below are some of our sample itineraries - every Tourlane trip is tailor-made.

Introducing Our Scotland Vacation Packages

Your Tour Package to Scotland - Things to See and Do

Loch Ness

Local folklore has made Loch Ness one of Scotland’s premier attractions. A legendary creature called the Loch Ness Monster is rumored to inhabit this dark freshwater lake close to Inverness. Whether “Nessie” is real or not, there is ample reason to visit what is Scotland’s most famous body of water. A boat tour across this intriguing lake is the best way to take in the immense scenery, breathe the fresh Highland air, and to try and spot the monster itself - speak to your Tourlane Travel Expert if you wish to book this in advance. Be sure to check out the views from the Urquhart Castle, one of Scotland's biggest.

Loch Lomond

If you want to see one of Scotland’s natural wonders, head to Loch Lomond. This lake is also one of the largest by surface area. Its beauty is both intimate yet vast, a combination of feelings that inspired one of Scotland’s most famous traditional songs: “The Bonnie Banks o’Loch Lomond.” Take a cruise across the shores - we challenge you to resist the enchanting charm of this astonishing body of water.

Isle of Skye

If you love hiking and the great outdoors, head northwest to the spectacular Isle of Skye, the largest of the Inner Hebridies. Boasting some of the most picturesque landscapes, towns, and beaches nationwide, Skye encapsulates what is so special about Scotland in one place. Grab your hiking boots and get started on one of the many trails—and keep a lookout for the numerous castles that pepper the surrounding mountains. If you’re visiting Scotland in summer, head to Coral Beach to find turquoise waters and pristine white dunes.

Edinburgh Castle

Calling all history buffs - Edinburgh Castle has been inhabited since the Iron Age, and provides a fascinating glimpse into Scotland’s ancient past. Once the residence of Scottish royalty, the fort today beams with historical landmarks, including the One O’Clock Gun, a WWII-era gun that fires a shot every day at 1 pm. Edinburgh Castle is located on the Royal Mile - Scotland’s most famous road. Once you’ve seen all the castle has to offer, be sure to walk along this gorgeous street and quench your thirst with a pint at one of the many pubs. Less

What is the Food Like in Scotland?

  • What is the Food Like in Scotland?

    Foodies will love the vibrant culinary scene on offer in Edinburgh and Glasgow, with some of the best restaurants in Scotland located here - ask your Tourlane Travel Expert for insider tips and recommendations, based on your tastes. Haggis is the dish that Scotland is most famous for - it’s made from sheep’s liver, heart, lungs, mixed with oats, herbs, spices, and suet, packed into sheep intestines. If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, you’ll be glad to hear that Scotland’s waters are packed with delicious fish. Expect to see Atlantic salmon, pollock, mussels, oysters, and lobster on the menu wherever you go. 

What are the Best Events in Scotland?

    What are the Best Events in Scotland?

    On the last day of the year, Scots celebrate __Hogmanay__. Originating from Norse and Gaelic tradition, Hogmanay nowadays involves fireworks, street parties, and revelry across Scotland. Edinburgh is a particularly popular place to celebrate Hogmanay. Another prominent event in Scotland’s cultural calendar is the world-famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It is the largest arts festival in the world, and involves more than 50,000 performances. If you are passionate about comedy, it is worth planning your tour package to Scotland to coincide with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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