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Edinburgh: 'Firth of Forth' Three Bridges Sightseeing Cruise

1. Edinburgh: 'Firth of Forth' Three Bridges Sightseeing Cruise

Your boat tour will depart from the South Queensferry, which is only a short distance from Scotland's bustling capital city of Edinburgh. Your tour will include magnificent views of the "three bridges", including the world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Forth Railway Bridge. In addition, you can take in the beautiful panoramas of the Edinburgh skyline, the Kingdom of Fife and the historic island of Inchcolm with its medieval abbey. As part of the tour you will stop at the island to drop off and pick up visitors. Cruise along and discover the magic of the red railway Forth Bridge, the Forth Road suspension bridge, and the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world, Queensferry Crossing. For your comfort, relax onboard in the heated observation lounge or on the outside decks, and listen to the guided commentary while you enjoy a drink from the bar. During your tour, you will find plenty of opportunities to both see and photograph a wide variety of marine wildlife including seabirds, porpoises and seals.

Queensferry: Town History Guided Walking Tour

2. Queensferry: Town History Guided Walking Tour

Watch the past come alive as your guide takes you back in time on this walking tour of Queensferry. Explore the town's highlights and hidden gems as you walk to destinations like the Priory Church and the charming the Harbor. Meet your local guide at the seal statue at Hawes pier and begin your walking tour. Listen as your guide tells you the area's unique traditions and stories. Find out why the town is famous for its bridges. Stroll to the bright blue Hawes Inn which houses a classic pub. Capture a picture of the Roman numerals on the Jubilee Clock Tower. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Priory Church. Take a stroll by the old buildings in the city's harbor. Learn about the importance of this town during the first world war. Uncover the tale of how it developed a bustling import and export market. Hear about how this town was once the home of witches. Return to your starting point at the end of your tour.

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A well organised and very reasonably priced trip. The boat left on time and there was plenty of seating available, as well as on-board toilet facilities and snacks. The crew were friendly and helpful and there was an excellent, pre-recorded running commentary. We had great views of all three bridges and learned a lot of history of the bridges and the locality. On the return half of the voyage the Captain noticed some seals basking on a small island so took a detour round the island so we could all get a good look at the seals and had the chance to take some photographs. Later he did the same when he spotted more seals on a radar buoy. Excellent customer service and we found the entire experience extremely enjoyable and thoroughly recommend it.

Really enjoyed this experience, a lovely little tour! We enjoyed hearing the history of inchcomb island but unfortunately had not booked to stop on the island which we would recommend as it looks fascinating!

This was a fabulous experience. It did rain a lot do make sure you take water proof gear and if you are recalling with kids don’t opt for the last boat

Pick up and drop off on time. Very friendly host and very informative. I felt very comfortable and welcomed. Thank you

was really good amazing photo points of interest to take.