The majority of incentives to Scotland will only visit Edinburgh, the capital. While undoubtedly a great choice, here’s why you should also consider Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
Glasgow is Edinburgh’s younger, cooler cousin.
While Edinburgh is renowned for its history and tradition, Glasgow has a spirit of its own. It’s lively, famously friendly, incredibly hip and has an International Airport with great connections!
During the day you can explore its street art and then try some graffiti for yourself. Or why not take a tour of a brewery?
For those who want tradition, there are still impressive museums, historic houses, Rennie Macintosh tours, and grand cathedrals too.
At night there is no better place for a party – from underground railway tunnels, grand museums, to refurbished vintage cinemas. The only limit is your imagination!
Loch Lomond is less than an hour away!
Less than an hour’s drive North from Glasgow is Loch Lomond. For a breath of fresh air, and stunning landscapes bring your next group here. From sea planes to speed boats to off-roading in 4x4s, you can be sure of an action packed trip! There’s plenty to do, and beautiful hotels with roaring log fires, so why not stay a little longer!
The most scenic rail journey in the world?
Considered by many to be the most scenic rail journey in the world, the West Highland Line leaves Glasgow behind and delves deep into the wild west coast. It’s even possible to take the famous ‘Harry Potter’ train across that iconic viaduct. Visit serene Oban, the outdoor activity paradise that is Fort William, or Mallaig, gateway to many of Scotland’s famous isles.
There’s a Whisky Festival which takes over an entire Island…
Islay is so famous for its whisky that it has a festival every year to celebrate it! For any whisky lovers, Islay is the perfect stop as part of a tour. We can organise private boat tours where you will be served a BBQ of fresh-caught fish, crab, lobsters and scallops! You can then get dropped off at Lagavulin distillery for a whisky to end your meal!
Meet the locals!
The West Coast of Scotland is home to an amazing array of fauna and flora. For something unforgettable we can arrange a trip to the isles of Mull and Staffa (the latter is uninhabited apart from the iconic puffins!).