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Dunnottar Castle and Royal Deeside 1-Day Tour from Aberdeen

1. Dunnottar Castle and Royal Deeside 1-Day Tour from Aberdeen

Travel in style in a Mercedes luxury 16-seat mini-coach from Aberdeen to one of Scotland’s archetypal structures, Dunnottar Castle. Witness the stunning fortress set on a cliff by the sea. It’s seen more battles than you’ve had cups of tea and is an essential Scottish destination. Your next stop is the Falls of Feugh. These cascading falls are mesmerizing; and if you’re lucky, you may even spot a salmon jumping up the river. It’s now time for lunch in Braemar, a lovely little village in the Cairngorms National Park with royal connections and plenty of local delicacies to try. After your delicious lunch, you'll then head to the Muir of Dinnet Nature Reserve and get the opportunity to go for a stroll. Keep your eyes peeled for otters, birds, and adders on this quintessential woodland walk. You leave the Cairngorms National Park and arrive in Aberdeen in the early evening.

St Andrews, Dunnottar Castle & Falkland Tour in Spanish

2. St Andrews, Dunnottar Castle & Falkland Tour in Spanish

The first stop of your tour is just outside of Edinburgh at the South Queensferry. Here you will see the beautiful and spectacular works of industrial engineering, the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Forth Bridge. Then you will head to your next stop of the tour.  Your second stop of the tour is St. Andrews. This seaside town is known for being the home of golf, but that is not all. See the historic coastline and visit the beach where the mythical scene of Chariots of Fire was filmed. When you arrive your guide will take you on a walking tour of St. Andrews where you will learn about the history and tales of the town. You will then have free time to explore St. Andrews on your own. After exploring St. Andrews continues on to Dunnottar Castle. This castle is situated on a cliff facing the North Sea and is considered by many to be the most beautiful castle in Scotland. Then start heading back towards Edinburgh, stopping at the small village of Falkland along the way. This village is famous for its beauty and for being the perfect setting to represent Inverness in the Outlander series.

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What people are saying about Dunnottar Castle

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 39 reviews

Complete and well organized tour. Our guides, Javi and Raúl, very attentive and pleasant, brought us closer to the history of Scotland with laughter, making us have a good day. Great opportunity to escape the city for a few hours and enjoy the magical Scottish landscapes with a walk along the shores of the North Sea.

Doug is very knowledgable guy, the tour was amazing, totally enjoyed it, the weather was not good, but still he tried to make the most out of it. Experience is worth doing. Would repeat one more time during spring period!

Neil was a very informative tour guide, he told us alot of history took us to some amazing places, he was also very friendly easy to get along with, fully recommend this tour!

Excellent service, very friendly guide and with extensive knowledge of history, highly recommended. Places to visit are incredibly beautiful. They won't regret it.

The tour guide was very friendly and know a lot about the area. Would highly recommend this tour