• Location: Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
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Reviewed by: DesireeLulu, December 2016

Our guide was the best. Funny and gave us a lot of informations. Going in a small group made the day easier to get around.

Reviewed by: Caroline K, November 2016

Great tour you get to see a lot in one day and guide Ewan knew all there is to know about the region, the bus is really comfortable which helps

Reviewed by: Brian C, November 2016

Excellent comprehensive 9 hour trip. The only add-ons were Stirling Castle admission, lunch and the Glengoyne Distillery, a total of 35. Well worth it!

Reviewed by: manic_swens, October 2016

A well spent day, worth every penny. Our driver, Graham, was both knowledgable and entertaining and even had a neat soundtrack for our drive about. There was enough time at Stirling Castle to get a guided tour and have a bit of time to explore by yourself, so you weren't feeling rushed. Perhaps I should have read the tour description a bit better, because the brief stop at Doune Castle was a pleasant surprise. Even more surprising was the fact that I enjoyed the samples at the distillery, and I am not a whisky drinker at all!

Reviewed by: Cathy R, October 2016

It was an awesome tour. Our tour guide, Grant, was outstanding. He had a great knowledge of the places we went.

Reviewed by: Anne H, September 2016

I ventured on this tour with my travel companion and we both had a lovely time! We met up with Lauren, our guide, who was wonderful. She played music and told historical anecdotes while we drove, and pointed out many interesting things along the way between our stops. We first stopped at Stirling Castle and she was very up front about our options there, which I appreciated. It was sufficient to tour the castle with the provided map, at your own pace, than to pay for the guided tour.

We then had a brief stop to see some hairy coos which was a nice break up of the drive. While on the road at this point we were able to see Castle Doune of Monty Python, Game of Thrones, and Outlander fame.

Our next official stop was for lunch in the picturesque town of Aberfoyle for lunch. We lunched at Liz Macgregor's which was an adorable local spot. We stopped at the Scotland Visitors Center on the way back to our meeting place - The Scottish Wool Centre. It had a little cafe within and lots of souvenirs for sale.

Once we boarded the bus, we proceeded to Loch Lomond. Our guide took us on the eastern banks which is less touristy but the views of the Loch were limited. We walked along the street, in front of several private properties, to get a better view. I wish my camera could have done it justice! After walking around and taking in the landscape, we stopped at Mrs. Mocha for a hot chocolate and shortbread and it was WONDERFUL! It was a bit windy and damp outside and Mrs. Mocha was the perfect cozy remedy.

We boarded the bus for the last time to head to Glengoyne Distillery - again, a place too picturesque to describe or capture. I couldn't partake in the dram they give you on the wee tour because I'm 7 months pregnant, but everything smelled great! The tour guides at Glengoyne are really knowledgeable and their history is quite interesting.

After wrapping up at Glengoyne, Lauren drove us back to Glasgow with recommendations for what to do in Glasgow and Scottish music.

Reviewed by: Gloria G, September 2016

Lauren our guide was fantastic