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Picnic basket
Fancy a picnic this summer? ››

Plan a picnic in Scotland this summer and discover beautiful locations, delicious recipes, planning advice and inspiring ideas.

Scallops at the Loch Fyne Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Foodie Trails eBook ››

Check out our new eBook and plan a delicious culinary journey around Scotland.

Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016 ››

Discover the talent across Scotland this year with YIAD 2016.

Tour Scotland by car, bike or train, on guided coach and bus tours or even a hire a boat and discover how the country’s compact nature lends itself to touring. Enjoy themed trips, including whisky tours and castle tours, to make the most of your visit.

  • An orange speed boat full of passangers on the choppy seas, with hills in the distance
    A trip to the Corryvreckan Whirlpool, the third largest in the world, between the Islands of Jura and Scarba, Argyll
  • A grand fireplace with an ornately carved,wooden surround with marble a freize and suits of armourand antlers on either side
    Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire
  • A sightseeing bus crosses the Clyde Arc, Glasgow
    A sightseeing bus crosses the Clyde Arc, Glasgow
Inside Maeshowe, a neolithic stone tomb, a couple look at the walls as a guide points out some details. Mainland Orkney

Touring around Scotland

Take advantage of Scotland’s compact size by visiting cities, regions and islands which you can reach within a matter of hours!

A woman photographing a dolphin breaking water on a boat trip on the Moray Firth

Themed tours in Scotland

Stir your passion for Scotland on a themed guided tour such as whisky tours, castle tours, walking tours and cycling tours.

The Jacobite steam train puffs its way across the impressive arches of the Glenfinnan viaduct near Lochaber, Highlands

Bus, boat and train tours in Scotland

Take a bus tour to the Highlands, an island boat tour or travel by train for an unforgettable journey.

More places to tour

Hebridean hopping

You can explore the Outer Hebrides easily by boat, so why not discover what all the islands have to offer?

Castles, coastline and royal connections

Uncover three wonderfully unique trails through this region that explore castles, royal connections and the majestic coastline.

Journey through Argyll and The Isles

Book an island hopping break to explore the Inner Hebrides and discover the geography and character that each island has.

Orkney's magical isles

Island hopping is the ideal way to discover the unique characteristics of each of Orkney's islands.

Historic railways

See the historic railways and stations in Aberdeen City and Shire, which used to carry Royal monarchs around the region.