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Scotland Tour Packages

Tour Scotland to Scotland is brimming with historical and cultural attractions to suit the differing tastes of tourists. From the Menzies Castle in the heart of Perthshire to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, the country contains a rich arsenal of entertaining sites. In recent years, Scotland has emerged as one of the United Kingdom’s most happening tourist destinations, with the multi-ethnic capital city of Edinburgh drawing hordes of visitors as an urban balance to the magnificent east coast beaches. A trip to Scotland is sure to lure every visitor with its seemingly endless number of sightseeing delights. The country’s glorious past has left a mark on the landscape, with a wealth of historic edifices from the profligate and formidable castles found in Stirling and Edinburgh to the impressive engineering feats of Glasgow. Scotland is also revered as a top outdoor destination, with a profusion of natural attractions and sports, including hiking in the scenic West Highland Way, mountain biking in the Trossachs, and walking along the picturesque beaches of Hebrides. To explore all the major attractions of this history-rich country in a comfortable way, tourists can get their hands on one of the exciting Scotland tour packages offered by Yatra.com. The major attractions that make a Scotland vacation worth remembering are the nation’s prosperous and varied history, and the abundance with which it is presented.

Museums, castles, ruined abbeys, the sites of famous battles, and centuries-old taverns appearing on every street corner seem to have their own anecdote. Whether one is travelling through the Highlands of Scotland or taking a stroll along the dark satanic mills of Lanarkshire Valley, it is difficult not to be in a permanent state of awe. However, not everything in Scotland is centred on the times-of-yore. The glass-fronted Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre, and the titanium-clad Glasgow Science Centre are subtle reminders that Scotland is one of the most modern and bustling cities in the world. Accommodation options in Scotland are similar to those found throughout UK, ranging from cosy lodgings in the secluded countryside to five-star hotels in the hip capital, Edinburgh. While holidaying in Scotland, expect to find the usual, healthy British dishes on menus around the country, in addition to a surfeit of international cuisine served up in the big cities. Scotland is also famed for extraordinary sounding culinary delights, such as Venison (meat of red deer), Scotch Broth (soup of mutton/beef stock), and Haggis (sausage containing spiced sheep’s innards and seasoning).

Popular Scotland Packages

Scotland Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
Best of UK and Ireland (Land Only) Rs 56,990 7 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Jewels of UK & Scotland (Land Only) Rs 58,280 5 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Gems of Scotland (Land Only) Rs 64,940 5 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Charming Scotland (Land Only) Rs 1,06,990 8 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • Best of UK and Ireland (Land Only)
    London (3) Edinburgh (2) Dublin (2)

    Best of UK and Ireland (Land Only)

    London (3) Edinburgh (2) Dublin (2)
    Take a trip to these charming cities with Yatra to have an experience of a lifetime. London, a fabulous and classy city filled with skyscrapers and places of historic importance, is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations. London is a happening global city with the state-of-the-art infrastructure. Next up discover Edinburgh – the capital of Scotland – one of the most beautiful cities of Europe. This city is not only immersed in history, but is often termed as a sightseeing paradise because of its picturesque locales. It is a place where past coexists harmoniously with the present Followed by Dublin - small capital of Ireland, With stunning diverse landscapes and bustling cities, Ireland is one of the top destinations to be surely visited in the world. It has many unique attractions like the various islands and magical mountains. Even the people here are quite welcoming and friendly. While you're here devour the best of Irish cuisine in the city, some favourites being Barmbrack, Black Pudding, Boxty, Coddle, etc.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.3,501

    Rs.56,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,709
  • Jewels of UK & Scotland (Land Only)
    London (3) Edinburgh (2)

    Jewels of UK & Scotland (Land Only)

    London (3) Edinburgh (2)
    Historical UK The capital city of England is quite rich in history and culture. On every corner, you will find old heritage buildings. You will also get a glimpse of the most famous royal family of the world on your holiday. Also, on this vacation, you will see the wax statues being showcased in the well-known Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. STUNNING SCOTLAND Vast green lands and peace are the two things that come to mind when thinking about Scotland. This landlocked place is famous for its produce of whisky. You will get to see memorable sights and have amazing experiences on your trip in Scotland.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.3,581

    Rs.58,280

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,748
  • Gems of Scotland (Land Only)
    Glasgow (2) Edinburgh (3)

    Gems of Scotland (Land Only)

    Glasgow (2) Edinburgh (3)
    Take a trip to these charming cities with Yatra to have an experience of a lifetime. London, a fabulous and classy city filled with skyscrapers and places of historic importance, is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations. London is a happening global city with the state-of-the-art infrastructure. Next up is Windermere. From family-friendly attractions and lazy days by the lake, to historic houses and beautiful gardens, Windermere and its surroundings has it all! Discover Edinburgh – the capital of Scotland – one of the most beautiful cities of Europe. This city is not only immersed in history, but is often termed as a sightseeing paradise because of its picturesque locales. It is a place where past coexists harmoniously with the present.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.3,990

    Rs.64,940

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,948
  • Charming Scotland (Land Only)
    Edinburgh (3) Glasgow (3) Inverness (2)

    Charming Scotland (Land Only)

    Edinburgh (3) Glasgow (3) Inverness (2)
    Take a trip to these charming Scottish cities with Yatra to have an experience of a lifetime. Discover Edinburgh – the capital of Scotland – one of the most beautiful cities of Europe. This city is not only immersed in history, but is often termed as a sightseeing paradise because of its picturesque locales. It is a place where past coexists harmoniously with the present. Take a trip to Edinburgh for an experience of a lifetime. Glasgow, A city with many medieval cathedrals, modern opera centres, various museums, and a prevalent love for football, there are many cultural activities and landmarks which it is famous for. A mix of both old and new, Glasgow offers tourists many opportunities to explore, enjoy, and have unique experiences. Visit Inverness, the place which has inspired the most popular literary works over the centuries- from Macbeth to Dracula, from Lord of the Rings to Harry Potter. The city has relics of its tumultuous past in the form of old forts, castles and churches.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.6,574

    Rs.1,06,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.3,209

Scotland Packages FAQs

Q. What is the best time to visit Scotland?
A. If you have been going through Scotland packages for your upcoming holiday, it makes sense to consider the best time to visit this gorgeous country in the UK. The spring months of March, April and May sees the sprouting of new leaves and heralds the beginning of the fishing season. It is also the official Whisky Month of Scotland. The summer months of June, July and August are wonderful for long walks as the sunshine lasts through the better part of the day. Trips to ice-cream parlours go up in this season. Also a lot of people hit the trails on their bicycles. September to November comprise the autumn months, a great time of the year to spot the migratory birds flying across the skies. The winter season lasts between December and February and marks the season of snow, shopping at Christmas markets, feasting on new, holiday season menus at most cafes and restaurants and enjoying Burns Night.


Q. What is the average temperature of Scotland?
A. Before you finalise one of the Scotland tour packages, ensure you are comfortable with the temperatures of the season you are visiting in. Scottish winters experience an average temperature of 2 to 6 degree Celsius. In the peak summer months, the temperatures rise and stays between 12 and 19 degree Celsius. But there are some extremely harsh winter days with the mercury dropping to freezing point with its sprawling countryside turning into a winter wonderland.


Q. What is the commonly spoken language of Scotland?
A. While English remains the predominant language of Scotland, you will hear snatches of Gaelic and Scots spoken in parts of the country, especially in the Outer Hebrides where majority of the population speak in Gaelic. While scanning through Scotland travel packages, you can easily zero in on one if you are an English-speaking individual.


Q. What are the names of the different Scottish cities?
A. There are seven cities in Scotland and these include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Inverness, Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen.


Q. How many people can ride a taxi in Scotland?
A. It depends on the size of your ride. However, most taxis you find down the street can either accommodate 4, 5 or 6 passengers. There are several taxi firms that operate minibuses and carriers that come with greater capacity. Depending on the size of your group, you are always advised to book your taxi ride ahead to get the desired number of seats you are looking at.


Q. What is Hogmanay in Scotland?
A. Hogmanay is the Scottish version of New Year’s Eve celebration. On 31st December, Scotland turns into a party haven with street parties spilling out of every nook and cranny and, and men and women coming out in full strength to usher in the new year. There are several customs and traditions that are a part of the Hogmanay. People hug strangers and it is one great gathering where the boundaries between people whether locals or tourists, disappear.


Q. How late are the bars and pubs open in Scotland? And what are the common shopping hours?
A. Almost all cubs and bars are open till midnight, but the nightclubs are open until longer. You can go shopping any time between 09:00 am and 05:00 pm. Only a few remain open till later, but there are many shops that stay open on the weekends as well.


Q. How safe to drink is the tap water in Scotland?
A. Scotland is known to have very clean tap water that is absolutely fit to drink.


Q. What is the currency of Scotland?
A. Pound Sterling is the currency of Scotland with 1 GBP equalling to 94 Indian Rupees.


Q. What are the winter daylight hours in Scotland?
A. In the winter months typically the daylight lasts between 07:00 am and 06:00 pm. But as the winter progresses, the daylight becomes shorter and shorter until the 21st of December regarded the shortest day of the year with the light conditions persisting between 08: 45 am and 03:30 pm. Post this day, the days begin to get longer once more. These are usually the timings for the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. But the northward you go, the later will you see sunrise and earlier the sunset.

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