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ATTRACTIONS IN SCOTLAND

There are a whole range of amazing attractions in Scotland to discover when you travel from Larne to Cairnryan, so no matter how long you are staying there for you will be able to pack your holiday full of adventures.

If your trip to Scotland includes some time in Glasgow you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding what to do. Football fans will not want to miss the chance to have a behind the scenes tour of Celtic Park Stadium where they can gain access to the boardroom, tunnel, dressing room and dugout, and find out all about the club’s history in a one hour guided tour.

A Single Malt Whisky and Distillery Tour will tell you all there is to know about this popular Scottish beverage, and this tour will give you the opportunity to try a whisky in two different bars where you can learn how to drink it like a local. Following this you will see how it is made using traditional processes and impressive skill in a brand new distillery where you’ll also try three more samples.

When it is time to head outside of Glasgow you could choose to see two of Scotland’s biggest tourist attractions on the Kelpies and Falkirk Wheel Half-Day Tour. This tour will take you to Helix Park which is home to The Kelpies, the largest pair of horse sculptures in the world, which stand at an impressive 30 metres and weigh an amazing 300 tonnes. Following this you will be taken to the Falkirk Wheel, the only boat lift of its type in the world, where you can marvel at this great example of Scottish engineering expertise before you head back to Glasgow.

The Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and Whisky Tour is the ideal trip for nature lovers as it gives you the opportunity to see the lochs, mountains, and forests of the Scottish Highlands, plus includes a visit to Loch Lomond National Park. You’ll also see Stirling Castle perched on its high volcanic rock, the National Wallace Monument, and will stop for lunch where the Highlands meet the Lowlands which is a stunning setting for having some food and taking in the surroundings. To complete the tour you’ll have the option to tour the Distillery of Glengoyne, or simply enjoy refreshments while you are there.

Why not save time by booking your chosen activities, tours, and attractions in Scotland before you sail? Our travel partners Get Your Guide offer tickets to a huge range and can save you money too.