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Once you arrive in Scotland, we can look after you for as much or as little time as you like. For the times we are not taking care of you, there is some useful information below. Planning for your trip to Scotland should be pretty straightforward. We have good air links from all over the world into our major international airports of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Inverness. We also have good road and rail links to other parts of the UK too. We offer scheduled tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow but can arrange pick-ups and drop-offs anywhere in Scotland if you require. Below are some frequent questions we get asked by guests planning their vacations in Scotland:



There are great transport links from all over the world to Scotland. So, whether you want to use planes, trains or automobiles (you can cycle or walk too if you are feeling energetic), there are plenty of options. Search for flights or trains.


We will take care of all your accommodation needs while you are on tour with us. But, for accommodation on either side of your tour, click here to find some great deals on hotels and guesthouses all over Scotland. Please note, room descriptions vary around the world so, to clear things up, here is a guide for Scotland:


Getting Around in Edinburgh:
Lothian Buses

BBC Weather

Scottish Food and Drink:
Macbeth’s Butchers

People We Like:
Fuze Ceremonies


The Weather in Scotland can be unpredictable and, if we let the weather dictate our plans, we may never leave the house. However, with a bit of forwarding planning, the weather should not have a negative impact on your tour. After all, you don’t come to Scotland for the weather…

The exact weather and temperature during your tour are almost impossible to predict. However, there are a couple of things that will help with planning. The first thing to do is to check out the average weather conditions for the time of year you will be visiting. The best place to start is the trusty BBC Website. Another good resource is the UK Met Office.

No matter what time of year you visit, we suggest sticking to the following basic rules with regard to the weather:

  1. Always have a waterproof jacket.
  2. Umbrellas are fine on calm days, but it does get pretty windy in Scotland (especially in the Highlands and Islands).
  3. Bring clothes that can be layered up if it is cold and then taken off if it is warm.
  4. Never trust the weather forecast!
cloudy weather in Scotland