Scottish tourist guides help you get the most out of a visit.
Get more up close and personal with the place you are visiting and arrange a walking tour of the city or town on your route. Scotland has lots of wonderful fresh air and scenery to be enjoyed so why not take some time at your own pace to explore the things you are specially interested in!
Follow in the footsteps of the wealthy tobacco lords of 17th century Glasgow and stand on the riverside where they greeted their ships, laden with tobacco returning from America.
Stand where St Mungo taught the early Christians and let me show you the wonderful cathedral built on that site. As we take in the majestic George Square we could linger for coffee and meet some local people who are always willing to tell you about the place!
Edinburgh's Royal Mile is a great favourite for visitors to wander down the narrow side streets of the old town and discover the great stories of writers, philosophers and merchants who lived there. The castle is always good to visit and the view over the city is well worth it too! Make it in time for the one o'clock gun too! (A popular event at Edinburgh Castle but no one is harmed!!)
I have researched several specialist tours for groups and conference delegates on the following themes; The river Clyde from Govan to Glasgow Green, shipbuiding history , coal mining, weaving and spinning, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and of course Whisky!
Perhaps you have family roots you are tracing and would like a tour connected to them?
A walking tour can be built into corporate programmes, familiarisation tours or tailored to individual day tours.