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Fitting all of Scotland into a 5 day vacation is impossible, but a 5 day vacation to Edinburgh gives just enough time to explore the gorgeous architecture of the city, check out the hidden passageways and narrow streets, and to experience the gorgeous surrounding countryside - along with iconic castles, and sweeping views of the Scottish Highlands.



  • Explore the iconic Edinburgh Castle - royal palace, historic fortress, and war museum.

  • Check out the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny, and medieval bombard Mons Meg, and end your visit admiring the stunning view over the city.

  • Explore Old Town - Edinburgh's oldest neighborhood - filled with historic monuments.

  • Stroll through the 70 acre Royal Botanic Garden founded in 1670.

  • Visit the magnificent Rosslyn Chapel and learn about Scotland's myths and legends.

  • Go underground to Glimerton Cove - Edinburgh's secret network of underground tunnels. Discover the hand-carved passage ways hidden under the streets of Gilmerton, an ex-mining village in southeastern Edinburgh. This place has remained a mystery to visitors and archaeologists alike for over 300 years.

  • Hike to Arthur's seat - an ancient volcano which forms most of Holyrood Park. Standing at an elevation of 251 meters, the summit offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. 

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The Highlands

  • Tour Loch Ness and Glen Coe Highlands, see the beauty of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. 

  • Visit Stirling Castle and learn about Mary Queen of Scots, William Wallace, and Scottish Folklore.

  • Travel north into the Highlands to see rugged mountains, fairy filled glens, and the battlegrounds of the Highland clans.

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