Perth et le fleuve Tay

Things to See & Do in Perthshire - 3 Day Itinerary

Perthshire is a glorious location filled to the brim with things to do, featuring acres of forests, incredible attractions, and city gems to explore.

Départ / Arrivée
Perth / St Andrews
  • Jours
  • Distance

  • Moyen de transport
  • Thème principal
Lieux d’intérêt
Scone Palace
Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park
The Hermitage
Black Watch Castle and Museum
Régions couvertes

Jour 1Perth

Moyen de transport:
Transports en commun
À pied

The city of Perth is bustling and compact, situated perfectly on the banks of the River Tay. Home to glorious parks and gardens, historic houses, fascinating museums, shopping experiences and more, there is plenty to see and do when you visit.

  • Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Perth

    Kinnoull Hill's Tower, Perth.

    © VisitScotland / Kenny Lam, all rights reserved

    Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park to the east of Perth includes the five hills, Corsiehill, Deuchny Hill, Barn Hill, Binn Hill and Kinnoull Hill.

    Rising sharply from the banks of the River Tay in Perth, Kinnoull Hill is the highest of the five hills and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

    Plus d’infos sur : Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park
    Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park,Perth,PH2 7LN
  • Black Watch Castle & Museum Perth

    1. The Black Watch Castle & Museum

    © The Black Watch Castle and Museum

    Step inside Balhousie Castle and explore the museum to discover the intriguing history of the Blackwatch Regiment, which dates back to 1725. Through a range of objects and memorabilia including uniforms, photographs, diaries, artworks, medals, weapons and military kits, as well as films and personal accounts, uncover the story of the regiment and relive their most dramatic moments. Afterwards you could wander to Perth Art Gallery or take in the streets of the city centre. Alternatively, take in the splendour of nearby Scone Palace, the world famous crowning place of Scottish kings.

    Plus d’infos sur : Black Watch Castle & Museum
    Balhousie Castle,Hay Street,Perth,PH1 5HR
    • Parking
    • Animaux de compagnie bienvenus
    • Boucle magnétique
    • Parking accessible ou point de débarquement
    • Accès au niveau du sol
    • Toilettes accessibles
    • Wi-Fi
    • Cafétéria ou restaurant
  • Perth Concert Hall Perth

    Perth Concert Hall

    With its light, bright foyer and acoustically-acclaimed auditorium, Perth Concert Hall has established itself as a go-to venue for major music and comedy tours, a second home for Scotland’s classical orchestras, and a stage to showcase both up and coming local artists and top international acts.

    Plus d’infos sur : Perth Concert Hall
    Mill Street,Horsecross,Perth,PH1 5HZ
    • Boucle magnétique
    • Accès au niveau du sol
    • Toilettes accessibles
    • Wi-Fi
    • Cafétéria ou restaurant

Jour 2Perthshire

Moyen de transport:
Transports en commun

Take in the region's breathtaking atmosphere, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its bleakly beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls - Perthshire's scenery is truly awe-inspiring.

  • Gleneagles Auchterarder

    Golf at Gleneagles

    Located in the heart of Scotland, Gleneagles is home to the most prestigious golf course in the world making it an ideal location for a golf break.

    Find out more about Gleneagles
    Gleneagles,Auchterarder,PH3 1NF
  • Comrie Comrie


    © VisitScotland / Paul Tomkins, all rights reserved.

    Located to the west of Perth and only 30 minutes north of Gleneagles, Comrie is a quaint little village that is home to stunning scenery and landscapes to enjoy. There's Comrie Croft which offers plenty of walking, cycling, mountain biking and adventures. Explore waymarked walking routes or hire bikes and explore the winding trails before stopping by the Tea Garden for refreshment. Nearby Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre houses a variety of exotic and more familiar wildlife.

    Plus d’infos sur : Comrie
    Comrie,PH6 2DN
  • Crieff Perthshire

    Macrosty Park in Crieff.

    © VisitScotland / Crieff Succeeds / Damian Shields

    This foodie paradise is a firm favourite amongst visitors. Enjoy high-quality local produce at a wide range of cafés, coffee shops, restaurants and markets. 

    Find out more about Crieff
    Crieff,PH7 3HU
  • Dunkeld Dunkeld

    Dunkeld village sits on the banks of the River Tay. Seen here is the Atholl Memorial Fountain. The fountain was built in 1866 from public subscription

    © VisitScotland / Kenny Lam

    Perched on the banks of the River Tay, Dunkeld is a picturesque village that features brightly coloured 'little houses' which date back to the early 1700s and a majestic - partly ruined - cathedral. It's also the perfect starting point for venturing out into the Perthshire wilderness and exploring nearby attractions including The Hermitage, a forested grove overlooking the Black Linn waterfall, and Loch of the Lowes. This 98-hectare reserve is home to a pair of breeding ospreys, as well as red squirrels, woodpeckers and a variety of other wildlife.

    Plus d’infos sur : Dunkeld
    Dunkeld,PH8 0AN

Jour 3Perthshire

Jour 4Scotland's Tay Country

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