Here is the perfect trip to see the most important places in the history of Scotland: Stirling, William Wallace, Mary Stuart, whiskey, golf and the University of Saint Andrews. The characters and places that have built the identity of Scotland.
Departure from Edinburgh to Stirling
From Edinburgh, we will go to our first destination touring the landscapes of the most important battles of the Wars of Independence of Scotland, known to the public by the movie Braveheart (or Braveheart) by Mel Gibson. We will visit the Castle of Stirling, from which we will see the William Wallace Monument in the Throne Room and we will know the favorite palace of the Stuart dynasty, apart from Mary, queen of Scotland. Enjoy the castle with the explanations that the guide Travel through Scotland will offer you.
From Stirling to the Distillery
At our next stop, we will discover the secrets of whiskey making. The guided tour in Spanish by the distillery will end with a tasting so that you can enjoy the authentic flavor of Scotch whiskey.
From the Distillery to Saint Andrews
On our way to Saint Andrews, patron of Scotland, you will enjoy the landscape of Fife County, located on the east coast of Scotland. The mountains and valleys of this town host the best courses and golf clubs in Scotland. However, Saint Andrews stands out for the British Museum of Golf, next to the Old Course. The first thing we will do is a panoramic visit of the town to show you everything that can be visited: the cathedral, the castle, the golf course, the beaches and the most outstanding streets. It will be the moment, therefore, to have lunch and take advantage of the great variety of restaurants, supermarkets and pubs.
Saint Andrews is the birthplace of golf, but it is its University that occupies most of the historic center of the city. Next to the Cathedral, both buildings will be two of the tourist attractions for which you will have to take time and visit. Finally, we can enjoy a walk through the stunning beaches of the North Sea to appreciate the coastal beauty of the country.
From Saint Andrews to the Bridges of the Firth of the Forth
Before returning to Edinburgh, we will make a brief stop in South Queensferry. The Firth of the Forth will offer us the vision of its bridges, especially the railway bridge over the river Forth. This bridge was the longest of its time (in the 19th century) and later incorporated into the World Heritage Site.