- Dunfermline Abbey – The resting place of Robert the Bruce
- Stirling – Explore the magnificent castle* (at own expense) or wander the historic city
- Rosslyn Chapel * (at own expense) – The mysterious, magical chapel from The Da Vinci Code
The tour brings Scotland's most medieval history to life, but we start with a more modern marvel, the Forth Railway Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As we cross into Fife your guide will tell you about the heroes of Scotland's past who battled in this ancient kingdom.
Your first stop is the town of Dunermline. See the beautiful Dunfermline Abbey (at own expense)and visit the Abbey Church. The nave is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce, who battled for Scotlands right to be a nation.
Into Stirlingshire we'll stop in the city of Stirling, here you'll have ample time to stroll the through the beautiful and ancient streets that make up the old town of this city. Or visit arguably the most important castle in Scottish history, Stirling Castl (at own expense). After some time here, the tour's next stop is Bannockburn, the battlefield where Robert the Bruce routed the English in 1314. Time permitting, there will be a quick stop to view the statue of Robert the Bruce on his horse.
The tour finishes with one of the most iconic historical mysteries at Rosslyn Chpel, made famous in Dan Brown's novel the Da Vinci Code. Is this the resting place of the Hoyl Grail? No one really knows, but you'll love the chapel and the beautiful walk you can take through Roslin Glen to the ruins of the castle.
What is included
- Knowledgable Driver-Guide
- Age 3 & Above
- Arrive at check in no later than 15 minutes prior to departure
- Entry Fees
- Airport transfers
- Hotel pick up/drop offs
Meeting Point Information
- Caffe Nero, 1 Parliament Square, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 1RE