Full-Day Edinburgh Military Tattoo & Scottish Highlands Tour

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ADDRESS: 60 High St
Full-Day Edinburgh Military Tattoo & Scottish Highlands Tour
See the real Scotland with a scenic Highlands tour and military tattoo show

What's included
Admission to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Audio guide (available in German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French & Mandarin)
Whisky miniature
Local guide
Whisky distillery tour
Visit to Dunkeld Cathedral
Hermitage forest walk
Souvenir map
WiFi on the bus
Free time to explore Edinburgh after the bus tour, before making your way to the performance of the Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle

    See the famous Rob Roy's castle and sample a wee dram of single malt whisky at a local distillery
    Breathe the fresh Scottish air and see some of Britain's tallest trees on a woodland walk to Black Linn Falls
    Get back to Edinburgh in time to explore the city and see the Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle

See the real Scotland on this scenic tour of the Highlands where you'll experience forests, mountains, rivers, and glens. Tip back a dram of whisky at a local distillery before returning to Edinburgh for an evening at the world-famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Drive past the impressive castle and the Wallace Monument into the heart of Scotland. The Highlands are an expanse of scenic beauty, once home to the infamous outlaw and folk hero Rob Roy MacGregor.

Learn about his fascinating life, then indulge your own inner rebel on a visit to a local whisky distillery! Scotland's national drink, also known as uisge beatha or the 'water of life', will warm you right up before a walk in the Perthshire forest.

Breathe in the fresh Scottish air and scent of pine needles on the Hermitage forest walk, and don't forget to look up! This is the woodland home of cute red squirrels and giant Douglas firs, some of the tallest trees in all of Britain.

See the thunderous Black Linn Falls crashing into the River Braan, snap some photos, and head back to Edinburgh for a wander round (or perhaps another warming dram).

Make your way to Edinburgh Castle for your final stop: the magnificent Edinburgh Tattoo, an annual military parade of Scottish drums, bagpipes and performances, held every August on the castle's esplanade.