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Edinburgh - Glasgow - Loch Lomond - Oban - Fort William - Loch Ness - Inverness (Self Drive)

13 to 19+ Nights from $2,457*
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This 13 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Rental Car for 14 days
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Edinburgh
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Glasgow
  • Hotel for 2 night in Loch Lomond
  • Hotel for 1 nights in Oban
  • Hotel for 1 nights in Fort William
  • Hotel for 2 night in Loch Ness
  • Hotel for 2 night in Inverness
  • Driving Time
    Edinburgh - Glasgow: 1 hour 1 mins. approx.
    Glasgow - Loch Lomond: 44 min approx.
    Loch Lomond- Oban: 1 hr 30 mins. approx.
    Oban - Fort William: 1 hrs 7 min approx.
    Fort William - Loch Ness: 1 hrs 19 mins. Approx.
    Loch Ness - Inverness: 27 min approx.

The beauty of Scotland unfolds before you as you drive from the capital city through the central lowlands towards the highlands. You will encounter national parks, gorgeous still lakes, and mountains - the best Scotland has to offer!. Visit Edinburgh (Scotland's compact, hilly capital, with a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings), Glasgow (a port city on the River Clyde in Scotland's western Lowlands, well known in the sporting world for football, rugby, athletics, tennis, golf and swimming), Loch Lomond, Oban, Fort William and Loch Ness (is the World Famous Lake in the Highlands Of Scotland due the alleged sightings of the cryptozoological Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as "Nessie" its thanks to its location is an ideal place to stay and tour The Highlands). Last but not least, go to Inverness (known as 'The Capital of the Highlands' and is a great base for travellers wishing to explore the Scottish Highlands). Travel between cities with a rental car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Edinburgh

  • Glasgow

  • Loch Lomond

  • Oban

  • Fort William

  • Loch Ness

  • Inverness

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Trip Summary

  • Edinburgh

    Edinburgh has an almost fairy-tale setting and every step is a revelation. Its magnificent architecture shifts from the proud tenements of its medieval Old Town, to the grace and geometric precision of the Georgian New Town. Above it all stands Edinburgh Castle perched high on its volcanic rock looking down on a city where medieval lanes and elegant, sweeping terraces hold over ten centuries of history, mystery, and tradition.

    Enjoy the Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle, Calton Hill, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Princes Street Gardens, St Giles' Cathedral, Scott Monument and so much more!

  • Glasgow

    Scotland`s jewel on the River Clyde, Glasgow is an architectural dream: Victorian red and honey sandstone, Italianate steeples and medieval spires sit harmoniously with neo-Gothic towers, the sensuous Art Nouveau of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the titanium, glass and steel of the contemporary city. Glasgow has an amazing portfolio of museums and galleries, many of them free! Visit The Lighthouse, Willow Tea Rooms, Merchant City, The Style Mile, Glasgow Science Centre, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, and so much more!

  • Loch Lomond

    Located in both the western lowlands of Central Scotland and the southern Highlands, the largest of Scotland's lochs, Loch Lomond was the center of the ancient district of Lennox. The loch contains a large number of islands, several of them quite large, including Inchmurrin, the largest island in a loch/lake, where the ruins of Lennox Castle and ecclesiastical ruins. Today, the loch is also well known for the Loch Lomond Golf Club which lies next to it, and which has hosted international events.

    Explore Conic Hill, Luss Village, Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch Castle Country Park, and so much more!

  • Oban

    Oban lies on the west coast of Scotland in a sheltered bay in the lee of the island of Kerrera. Just 49 miles south of Fort William, this attractive coastal town has been one of Scotlands most popular resorts since Victorian times. It has also long served as an important port and harbor, providing services to Scotland's West Highlands and Hebrides regions. One of the top things to do in Oban is to take one of the many popular boat excursions from Oban to the small islands of Staffa and Iona. Along the way, you will be rewarded with superb views of the beautiful east coast of Mull. Oban also makes for a good base for sightseeing excursions into the Highland mountains and lochs.

    Visit McCaigs Tower and Battery Hill, Dunollie Museum, Oban War and Peace Museum, Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel, Oban Distillery, Saint Columbas Cathedral and much more.

  • Fort William

    Located close to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, and the beautiful Glen Nevis, Fort William is a major tourist centre for hillwalking and climbing. The town's attractions include the West Highland Museum with a large number of Jacobite relics including a secret portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie, and one of the old paneled rooms from the fort has been rebuilt here. Fort William was the first town in Britain to be lit by electricity generated by its own water power scheme.

    Visit Ben Nevis, Nevis Range Mountain Resort, Glen Nevis, Jacobite Steam Train, West Highland Museum, Corpach Sea Lock and Caledonian Canal, and so much more!

  • Loch Ness

    One of Scotland’s largest and most famous lochs, known around the world thanks to its elusive monster Nessie. Just a short distance from Inverness, this impressive stretch of water is 23 miles long and over 700 ft at its deepest, making it Scotland’s largest loch in terms of volume. Loch Ness runs from Loch Dochfour to Fort Augustus, it is bordered by picturesque villages such as Foyers and Dores and you can drive along the western edge of the loch on the A82. Overlooking the water from the western shore is Urquhart Castle, a former royal castle that has witnessed some of the most dramatic periods in Scottish history. Walk around the iconic ruins for a first-hand look at the cells and towers, or learn about the castle’s role in the Wars of Independence and the Jacobite uprising at the excellent visitor centre. Claimed sightings of the Loch Ness Monster date back to 1933, though there have been rumors of a beast in the waters since the 7th century. With its stunning views and untouched landscapes, Loch Ness is ideal for walking and hiking and is also the site for the annual Baxters Loch Ness Marathon. The loch is also a popular spot for sailing and fishing enthusiasts, with salmon, pike, trout and more living in its fresh waters.

    Visit Loch Ness Monster Exhibition Center, Urquhart Castle, Great Glen Way, Dores Beach, Fort Augustus, and much more!

  • Inverness

    The capital of the Highlands, Inverness is one of the oldest inhabited sites in Scotland. Don't miss the oldest church, Old High Church, on St Michael's Mount by the riverside, a site used for worship since Celtic times. Other interesting sights include Inverness Castle, from which Mary, Queen of Scots was infamously barred; and Urquhart Castle, south of the city, which was a formidable fortress in the Middle Ages. Inverness is a good base for exploring the Highlands. Visit Inverness Castle, The Steeple, Ness Islands, Inverness Castle, Abertarff House, Cawdor Castle, Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield, and so much more!

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