Experience the Best Day Trips and Day Tours from Glasgow
Day Trips from Glasgow
Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
After lunch, sit back and enjoy scenic Scotland at its best, touring through the tantalising Trossachs National Park. Admire the majestic mountains and glistening lochs as we journey through the National Park to the ‘Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond’.
Loch Lomond Day Tour from Glasgow
Highland Fling Day Tour from Glasgow
Departing from Inveraray early afternoon, we will head further north to Loch Awe, where you will get the opportunity to capture some amazing photographic views of the ruined Kilchurn Castle, powerbase of the Campbells of Glenorchy. Soak up the scintillating scenery as we travel south, on the journey back to Glasgow, touring the full 24 miles of Loch Lomond, with an optional refreshment stop at the reputedly haunted, iconic Drovers Inn (established 1705).
Magnificent Mount Stuart House Experience
Exclusive Whisky Day Tours from Glasgow
Whet your appetite for Scotland’s national tipple, with a tremendous Whisky Tour experience from the city of Glasgow.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city on a spiritual whisky trail. You can enjoy 3 whisky distillery visits on a full day tour from Glasgow. Discover the triple distilled process on a guided tour at Auchentoshan, less than a 30 minute drive from the city centre. Sample some fine Scotch Highland Whisky at Glengoyne, often described as ‘Scotland’s most beautiful distillery’, by the connoisseurs of our amber nectar. In the afternoon, following a delightful pub lunch, we will continue on to Deanston, situated in an old cotton mill beside the River Teith in Perthshire.
A fantastic whisky experience for those who want to discover the secrets of how this world renowned tipple is produced, or for the whisky collector/enthusiast to tick off their ‘must sees’ whilst in Scotland. Whatever has made you desire to come with us on this marvellous day trip, we know you will not be disappointed.
Join us on an amazing Scottish adventure to Puck’s Glen, on the Cowal Peninsula, Argyll. Arguably one of Scotland’s most enchanting and magical forest walks. Beware of the legendary local fairies Poca Ban and Ghillie Dhu, as we navigate through the winding woodland gorge.
Absorb the beautiful scenery on the Clyde estuary, as we travel west to Gourock on a 40 minute journey from Glasgow, where we will embark on a short ferry crossing to Hunters Quay near Dunoon. You will be mesmerised by mother nature’s natural landscape depicting the Kyles of Bute. Once you depart the ferry terminal, your Puck’s Glen adventure is only a 6 mile drive from the port.
This spectacular day tour from Glasgow, promises fabulous photographic opportunities aplenty, and many stunning views which will remain in your memory long after you return home.
Leaving behind the hustle and bustle of city life in Glasgow, join us on this fairy glen adventure, traversing over the criss cross bridges, which arch over the sparkling clear rivers. Gaze in awe at the wonderful cascading waterfalls that conceal some wee nooks and crannies. Inhale the pure crisp air with the heady woody scents you can only really find in the deepest of forests. Puck’s Glen is not only renowned for its mystical beauty, but also for the forest wildlife that inhabit it. Look out for red squirrels, or even red deer, along with several kinds of birds as you hike through the variety of terrain.
This is an adventure not to be missed, and one that isn’t so well publicised on many tour groups of Scotland, so let us take you on an exceptional adventure you will never forget. Contact us today, and let the magic begin.
Discover the land of Robert Burns, and the magnificent Culzean Castle on a popular day out from Glasgow. Travelling a short distance south west from the city, you will shortly arrive in the picturesque village of Alloway, where you can explore Scotland’s National Bard’s birthplace museum, and the thatched cottage, where the world famous poet was born.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll in the beautiful surrounding gardens to the legendary “Brig o’ Doon”, and meander through the Auld Alloway Kirk which inspired Burns to pen his famous poem “Tam o Shanter”. You may also visit Souter Johnnies Cottage in Kirkoswald, and have lunch at the Souter’s Inn, before travelling the short distance to Culzean Castle.
After midday our adventure continues over the dramatic cliffs on the Ayrshire Coast, which offer stunning views of the Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran. The iconic Culzean Castle occupies a regal position on a 100 foot cliff overlooking the Firth of Clyde. This late eighteenth century classic Georgian castle was home to the Clan Kennedy, a branch of the Lords of Galloway.
This supreme day tour will leave you with a mind full of fantastic historical facts, and visualisation of where Our National Bard not only hailed from, but also where he was inspired to pen many of his world famous poetry. The Castle will leave you in awe of the structures and lifestyles of that era, and overall will you be delighted you chose this stunning coastal day tour from Glasgow..
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