Scotland's Cities

EDINBURGH 

No visit to Scotland is complete without time spent in Edinburgh, Scotland's world-famous capital city. Dominated by its iconic Castle, Edinburgh is unique in having two city centres, the Old Town and the New Town. 

 

  • Compare, contrast and enjoy the differences between the ancient and quaint Old Town and the stylish New Town - two centres for the price of one!

  • Walk to your heart's content - few other cities are as rewarding and easy to explore  on foot as Edinburgh

  • Take photos to your heart's content! Not only is Edinburgh compact, it is wonderfully  photogenic  

  • Be inspired by fabulous displays of art, history, anthropology, science, and much, much more in Edinburgh's world-class art galleries and museums

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  • Taste and enjoy what Edinburgh's wonderful restaurants, cafes, wine bars and pubs have to offer.

  • Immerse yourself in Edinburgh's rich cultural and night life -  this is after all the home of the  most famous arts festival in the world, but the fun doesn't stop when the Festival does!     

GLASGOW 

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"Let Glasgow flourish", "Glasgow's miles better" (or "Glasgow smiles better " however you want to read it), "People make Glasgow" - Glasgow's mottos over the years speak volumes for the city. 

The people of Glasgow (aka Glaswegians) do make the place -  Glasgow is a very friendly city, and its people have a wonderful sense of humour.      

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  • Marvel at the outstanding Victorian, art nouveau and modern architecture

  • Soak up the atmosphere of one the UK's prime shopping precincts - known far and wide as "the Style Mile"

  • Enjoy Glasgow's world-class museums and galleries

  • Indulge yourself in top restaurants and a world-class cultural offering 

  • Relax in some of the largest and most beautiful  parks  to be found in  any city

The list goes on - Scotland is blessed with a number of wonderful cities, large and small 

Expert guided tours with Alistair Hector Scottish Tourist Guide