Private Customised Day Tour of Edinburgh & Rosslyn Chapel
From your Ship or accommodation, we travel south towards the Knights Templars Rosslyn Chapel, legend has it, its the location where the Holy Grail is buried which inspired Dan Brown to write his best selling novel The Da Vinci Code. It's red sandstone exterior, and the stunning architecture and beautiful Italian ornate carvings.
A couple of hundred metres from Rosslyn Chapel is Rosslyn Castle, with the foundations dating back to the 14th century, once inhabited and still in the Sinclair family.
Once we are ready, from here it's onto the heart of Edinburghs Old Town, and free time to explore the magnificant Edinburgh Castle, Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace, and the Old Town.
from here we will travel through the New Town and back to your destination.
Your Itinerary for your day,
Places of Interest,
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at the Ships pier or your accommodation
End location: I will return you to your ships pier or your accommodation.
Duration: 7 hours
If your ship is in for a shorter duration, we can alter the Itinerary to suit. there shouldn't be any challenges with traffic but if there is, theirs always a plan B.
~Transportation in an air conditioned, panoramic views, full leather interior, every seat reclines, 6 seater Mercedes Viano.
~Services of a Driver/Guide
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 GDP - Entrance into Historical sites on average is £10 per person, & Lunch on average is between £10 - £20, but all the prices will be on the menus.
I have no restrictions, I can drive/guide any tour up to a max of 16 passengers, I will meet you at your city accommodation or if it's a cruise ship tour from Edinburgh, Invergordon or Portree, I can take you wherever you want to go, Chì mi fhathast thu
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Ally got us to Edinburgh Castle before the crowds got too large. We enjoyed our tour and then he guided us to a great place for lunch. We had to battle the rain but he took us out to Roslyn Chapel and then back to town for more pictures of the Royal Mile. He is a wonderful guide and has great knowledge of Edinburgh and Scotland.