First day Walking in Old and New Town Edinburgh Second day by vehicle to St Andrews
The walking tour starts near Edinburgh Castle (taxi uplift and return at extra cost available from cruise ship ports). After a tour of Edinburgh Castle with time for private exploration we walk downhill the Historic Royal Mile to the site of gate in the Town Wall. Next we cross the bridge to walk through the streets and Squares of the 1760's New Town of Edinburgh. The tour ends with walk through the Prince's Street gardens to finish outside the National Gallery of Scotland'
On day two we take a vehicle to the ancient University Town and home of Golf and visit a Scotch Whisky Distillery before return to Edinburgh
A SAME TOUR IS AVAILABLE AT EXTRA COST FOR UP TO 15
Day 1 Walking Edinburgh.
Tour Edinburgh Castle and Royal Mile,
Tour New Town
Walk through Princes Street Gardens
Day 2 by Vehicle
Visit St Andrews and see Old Course, Golf Museum ancient University.
Visit Kingsbarns Malt Whisky Distillery ( optional distillery tour).
Tour through fishing villages, visit home village of Robinson Cruso.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: City Centre Hotel or other agreed convenient location
End location: Agreed Location
Duration: 2 days
Modern air conditioned vehicle,selected for number of clients on the tour.
Services of Guide on first day and guide, driver and vehicle on second day
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 GB Pounds - Payment for incidentals all attractions,shops and Restaurants accept card payments.
personal purchases meals and snacks.
Admission to Edinburgh Castle
Adults £ 17.00
Seniors £ 13.60
Child £ 10.20
Where vehicles are used I always employ a driver.Parking restrictions require vehicles to be parked some considerable distance from most attractions, a driver can drop us off at the entrance, and collect again when visit completed.
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Martin was excellent. The tour was very extensive and informative. But you should be in good shape. Highly recommend Martin.
Timothy A Hickey