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  • Glasgow: Celtic Park Stadium Tour and Dining Experience

    1. Glasgow: Celtic Park Stadium Tour and Dining Experience

    Enjoy behind-the-scenes access to Celtic Park on a guided stadium tour, taking in the Celtic FC boardroom, home dressing room, tunnel, and dugouts.   Following your tour, you will be taken to a restaurant where adults will dine on a 3-course menu. Children will dine from the kids' menu. 

    Tour guide, Ben was very friendly and went into great detail. I sure learned a lot

  • Glasgow: Glengoyne Distillery Guided Tour & Whiskey Tasting

    2. Glasgow: Glengoyne Distillery Guided Tour & Whiskey Tasting

    Follow the journey of whiskey-making through mashtun and washbacks to the swan-necks of copper stills. Discover how every ounce of flavor is captured before sending the spirit to the cask. In the cool confines of the stone warehouse, see where the magic of maturation takes place. Learn how the whiskey ages, from the difference the wood makes, to how the spirit deepens in color over the years. After the tour, enjoy a tutored tasting of 3 Glengoyne Whiskies. Each whisky is paired with a chocolate from award-winning, Iain Burnett the Highland Chocolatier.

    All staff were really friendly. The tour guide Vivienne was outstanding. Very professional set up and know how to treat people.

  • From Glasgow: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky Tour

    3. From Glasgow: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky Tour

    Discover Scotland's glorious past on this exciting tour in the hearthland of Highland heroes such as Rob Roy, Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. Marvel at the natural beauty of the forests, lochs and mountains in Loch Lomond National Park. You will depart Glasgow at 9 AM and travel towards Stirling, along a route that has been used for thousands of years by invading armies. It was the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire, and was later used by the English King Edward I as he marched towards Stirling. As you approach Stirling the magnificent castle dominates your view and you make your way up towards the high volcanic rock where it imposes itself upon the surrounding land. To the north is the towering National Wallace Monument commemorating Scotland’s great hero William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson in the Oscar-winning movie Braveheart. To the South is Bannockburn castle where,...

    Guide was excellent but he seemed confused about what to do for part of the trip. Some of the participants didn’t want to do the whiskey tour so there was some confusion.

  • Glasgow: Street Art Guided Walking Tour

    4. Glasgow: Street Art Guided Walking Tour

    Find out how the amazing city of Glasgow is filled with stunning and unique murals. This urban art and culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow and you'll learn about their development and the artists behind the pieces. During the 2-hour tour, see works you may recognize from locally-known artists as well as some lesser-known, unique pieces. Get to understand the stories and inspiration behind each work and learn about how this art culture developed in Glasgow. Not only will you see famous street art pieces, but you will also learn about modern Glasgow, and the nightlife and lively culture that exists today in the city. The young vibrancy of Glasgow is one of its most attractive qualities and something you shouldn't miss on your trip to the city.

    This was such an enjoyable experience. Jenny, our guide, made it fun, and she appreciated all the questions/comments our group threw at her! Such an array of talent, and always good to have an experienced guide unearth these hidden gems. I highly recommend it.

  • Discovering Malt Whisky: Day-Tour from Edinburgh

    5. Discovering Malt Whisky: Day-Tour from Edinburgh

    Departing Edinburgh at 9:30 AM, your tour takes you west past Stirling to Glengoyne distillery. Here you will be introduced to the simple but magical process of turning barley, water, and yeast into whisky. From here, you take a scenic drive to the shores of Loch Lomond for a tasty pub lunch and the chance to sample some local beer. After lunch it is recommended to take a short walk to the viewpoint overlooking the loch before heading towards the second distillery of the day. Deanston Distillery is a converted cotton mill on the banks of the River Teith has many interesting features and produces some unique whisky flavours. After a relaxed afternoon visit here you return to Edinburgh with the stories and flavors of single malt whisky fresh in your mind. You will return to Edinburgh at approximately 6:15 PM.

    really nice day tour, two whiskey distilleries and a lovely lunch stop. Check the prices for tastings to avoid surprises, it will add to your bill. 1x 16£ and1x 8.50£ pp. Buying whisky at the distillery will give a 5£ discount. The lunch stop is short, so better order quickly. Tour gives a nice first impression of the highlands. We arrived 1 h earlier back in Edinburgh then originally planned, so we could have had plenty of time for a longer stroll at Loch Lomond to explore. Or maybe another place to visit.

  • Glasgow’s City Center Whisky Tour

    6. Glasgow’s City Center Whisky Tour

    Discover how Glasgow played such an important role in helping the whisky industry kick off centuries ago. Learn how whisky has influenced famous musicians and filmmakers over history. Discover some other interesting facts about prohibition, smugglers and moonshiners. Learn about world whiskies from countries like India, Japan, Australia and the US. Visit four of the nicest whisky institutions in Glasgow. Venues that are well known for having an extensive variety of whisky and other spirits in addition to great food. Join and allow yourself to taste the very best that Scotland has to offer. You will not only learn about whisky and different ways to drink it, but you will also discover magnificent ways to combine your favorite dram with different selections of food. During the process, you will be able to debunk some myths about the Scottish national drink and different food pairings. Yo...

    Whisky tour was very enjoyable. There was only 3 of us on this tour,1 of which was an American so it was good information about how the history of whisky in Glasgow.

  • From Glasgow: Loch Lomond and Whisky Full-Day Tour

    7. From Glasgow: Loch Lomond and Whisky Full-Day Tour

    Meet your guide in Glasgow and travel the short distance towards Loch Lomond, one of the largest lochs in Scotland. Stop on the southern shore of the loch, where you can choose to join a 1-hour boat cruise and enjoy views of the surrounding mountains and castles. Those who wish to remain on dry land can admire the stunning landscape from the shore. The next stop is in the picturesque conservation village of Luss. Walk around the center and take photos of quaint cottages, or stroll along a little beach on the bank of Loch Lomond and admire the view of Ben Lomond. There will be plenty of time for you to enjoy lunch here. After a day filled with mountain air, lochs, and forests, travel back to Glasgow’s Clydeside Whisky Distillery. Located in the famous Queen’s Dock, this state-of-the-art distillery brings the production of single malt back to the city. Take a tour and see how this whiske...

    Purely amazing and worth the money, trip felt bespoke and driver felt like more of a friend than a stranger.

  • Isle of Skye & The Highlands: 3-Day Guided Tour from Glasgow

    8. Isle of Skye & The Highlands: 3-Day Guided Tour from Glasgow

    Escape the bustle of daily life and get back to nature on a 3-day tour of the Scottish Highlands and Isle of Skye, with bed and breakfast accommodations on Skye. Hear of clan massacres, visit monuments associated with Scotland’s struggle against the English, and see location sites of the blockbuster movie “Highlander.” Day 1: Departing Glasgow take a spectacular route north towards Stirling Castle, crossing the brooding expanse of Rannoch Moor, and on through Glen Coe. Stop at Eilean Donan Castle, where “Highlander” was filmed. Overnight stay in Inverness. Day 2: Enjoy a day excursion to the Isle of Skye. Explore the craggy Cuillin Mountains, dramatic hills of Quiraing, and beautiful Trotternish Peninsula. Look for seals, peeking out of the waves as you walk along the coast, or spot stags silhouetted on hillsides.  Day 3: Follow the ...

    I took this tour on my own, to explore some more of the beauty of Scotland. Our guide, Steven, told us great stories about the places we drove through and visited. The Isle of Skye is a beautiful place to explore, as is the rest of the highlands. The tour visits some of the amazing highlights of the area; our tour guide gave us options to choose from at certain points of the trip. All in all, I had a very pleasant, beautiful, and memorable 3 days.

  • Glasgow: Isle of Skye and Highlands 3-Day Sightseeing Tour

    9. Glasgow: Isle of Skye and Highlands 3-Day Sightseeing Tour

    Day 1 Departing from Glasgow, drive to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. On the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond sits your first stop, the charming village of Luss. Take in views of lochs, waterfalls, and Munros on your way to Rannoch Moor and Glencoe. There will be time for lunch there. Your Highland road trip then continues through Fort William and onward to the spectacular views of Glenfinnan and Loch Shiel. Departing Glenfinnan, your tour will travel north and over the bridge to Skye. You will stay overnight either in the village of Kyleakin or Broadford. Day 2 With a full day to explore the amazing Isle of Skye, your driver-guide will ensure you see the best of the island whatever the weather. You cannot miss Skye’s mountain range, the Black Cuillins. The clear, cool waters of the Fairy Pools lie near their foot in Glenbrittle. You will have time to hike to the pools and t...

    I had a very nice time on this tour. Jeff is a great guide, very attentive to the guests and takes us to the best spots. I strongly recommend it, especially if you are by yourself or don't wanna drive in the highlands and skye.

  • Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow

    10. Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow

    Jump the line at Glasgow's Hard Rock Cafe and enjoy one of four menu options, including a starter, entrée, dessert, and coffee, tea, or soft drink. Enjoy your meal in the historic, renaissance-inspired Athenaeum Theater, built in the 1890s. You will also be surrounded by Hard Rock Cafe's iconic collection of memorabilia. Choose from the following menus: Gold Menu – 2-course menu Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burger (Black Angus steak burger) • Moving mountains burger (vegan burger) • Grilled chicken sandwich • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Grilled chicken caesar salad • BBQ pulled pork sandwich • Tupelo chicken tenders Dessert: • Brownie Beverage: • One soft drink, coffee, or tea Diamond Menu – 3-course menu Choice of Starter: • Caesar or house salad • Nachos to share Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burg...

    Perfect place to go for a meal the service was excellent the meal was amazing would highly recommend the Hard Rock Cafe and would go back again

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What people are saying about Glasgow

This was such an enjoyable experience. Jenny, our guide, made it fun, and she appreciated all the questions/comments our group threw at her! Such an array of talent, and always good to have an experienced guide unearth these hidden gems. I highly recommend it.

Absolutely fantastic day well organised and Ben the tour guide new his stuff and was very helpful. The meal afterwards in the No 7 restaurant was delicious and well worth the money. Would definitely go again

Jim Scot was simply perfect. Having a Tour with him was such fun. Highly recommended.

Tour guide, Ben was very friendly and went into great detail. I sure learned a lot

Great street art tour, very knowledgeable and passionate guide