As this Tour is Private you can decide on the locations you wish to visit, below are some suggestions, please confirm before arrival the locations you wish to visit so we can plan your own itinerary remember this can change as being a Private Tour you call the shots.
Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to James VI in the the castle and the tiny bed-closet still survives. In 1996 the Stone of Destiny, Scotland’s coronation stone, was placed in the Crown Room alongside the nation’s Crown Jewels
One of the oldest parts of the city, and although the architecture has changed the layout retains the historic character of a bustling market place with many taverns and inns along with independent shops to walk around
Walk and explore St Giles Cathedral and The Scottish Parliament building, stopping to visit Greyfriars Bobby along the way.
The official residence of the Queen in Scotland. The palace was home to Mary Queen of Scots for six years and houses beautiful tapestries and paintings.
Take a drive through Holyrood Park & around the world famous Arthurs Seat, the extinct volcano overlooking Edinburgh with some spectacular views.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Calton Hill has some of the city’s best views along with the Robert Burns Monument.
Experience the elegance of 18th-century living, designed in 1791 by Robert Adam, Scotland’s foremost 18th-century architect, Charlotte Square was one of the most fashionable and desirable residential addresses in Edinburgh. Also a great place for some shoppping while in our capital city.
Where presidents, Kings and Queens were entertained. It was, first and foremost, the home from home of the Royal family when entertaining abroad one of Edinburgh’s best attractions.
Iconic and historic, Scotland’s UNESCO Forth Bridges are a wonder of the modern world. Towering side by side over the Forth, these structures represent the pinnacle of engineering from three centuries and offer a vacation photo to remember.
Edinburgh’s other Castle used by Mary Queen of Scots as a safe haven after the birth of her son James the VI.
With connections to the Knights Templar and the Holy Grail and the Da Vinci Code. With its unique and mysterious carvings and countless theories, myths and legends associated with the chapel a great experience for all.
The itinerary above is only a guide as other historical sites can be incorporated into a tailored sightseeing tour of your own making. The tour price does not include your entrance fees, lunches, dinners or the chauffeurs gratuity.