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Excellent tour to the Highlands with friendly guide Hamish

We wanted to go on a tour a little remote of the overcrowded "ususal suspects" like Loch Ness. And we are happy, that we chose this awesome tour to the Highlands with Blair Castle, Queens View and Falls of Dochart. Our group was small (only four travellers; thank you Timberbush, that you didn't cancel the tour!), so the experience was quite private. Next to breathtaking views in the Highlands the visit to Blair Castle was an outstanding highlight. And our very friendly and knowledgable driver/guide Hamish showed us many other beautiful places along the road. We took the tour on a Sunday, so the traffic was quite low. We can highly recommend this tour for people who love nature and don't like it so busy.

The best way to start your visit at a spesific destination!

We bought a 48-hour Hop-on-hop-off Bus-pass and took full advantage of all the routes (red, green & blue). After doing the Red-route first, you can decide what you want to do/see and when. This is so easy! Information via audio-phone and/or live commentary, is excellent and we learnt so much! This Pass even included entrance-tickets to Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace as well as the Royal Yacht Brittania in Leith Harbour, just wonderfull! Don't hesitate, just do it!

A great way to learn the history and experience the sights of Edinbur.

Very informative tours of all the sights of Edinburgh. My third trip using this service and it has improved so much. An excellent service for anyone with walking difficulties as the hilly terrain could be taxing. Enjoyed it immensely but would have liked more than 24 hours to see the sights. We were stuck in traffic due to the Royal Garden Party so missed seeing the gallery. We would have no hesitation in recommending this trip to other visitors.

The tour was good. The walk to the castle wasn't.

Our guide, Jen, was great. Informative, funny, and seemed to be enjoying her work. I was less than happy with starting the walk to the castle so far away and at a pace that my wife and I had trouble keeping up with. According to the description of the tour, the walk was supposed to offer an opportunity for the guide to present background on the castle and the tour but it just turned out to be a speed walk to the castle.

Edinburgh Castle: Skip-the-Line Guided Tour Reviewed by Warren, 16/07/2019

Easy to use and no waiting in line to access attractions.

Hop on, hop off buses were very convenient, came frequently and had friendly, helpful bus drivers. Really enjoyed the Royal Botanical Garden and the Britannica. We would probably not gotten to these sites were it not for the bus. It was convenient to not have to wait in line for tickets, vouchers all accepted easily. Also saved some money on other attractions when showing your voucher stub.