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From ancient standing stones to historic crofters houses, this three-day tour explores the archaeology and history of some of the most spectacular Scottish islands. Visit the enigmatic Callanish Standing Stones and the site where over 800 years ago Vikings left the Lewis Chessmen.
April to October
from €329 per person
From the Highlands to the Isle of Skye, this tour is a great introduction to Scotland’s spectacular scenery and heritage. Start with Scotland’s highest mountain Ben Nevis, the picture postcard setting of Eilean Donan Castle and end with the 17th century battlefield of Glencoe.
January to October
from €143 per person
Orkney has some of the finest archaeological sites in Scotland. Of these you will get to see the Neolithic houses of Skara Brae, the Ring of Brodgar – an ancient stone circle, Maeshowe and the Standing Stones of Stenness. Also visit John O’Groats and the Dunrobin Castle.
April to September
from €199 per person
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