Experience the Beauty of the Scottish Landscape
Flights & Transportation:
- Round-trip airfare from
- Boston (BOS)
- New York (JFK)
- Enterprise manual shift car rental for 4 days (upgrade to automatic available)
- For additional departure airports/pricing, contact Great Value Vacations at (800) 495-4903.
- Airline & flight times determined at time of booking
Hotels (6 nights + 1 overnight flight)
- 2 nights of accommodations at MacDonald Holyrood or similar in Edinburgh
- 2 nights of accommodations at Jurys Inn Inverness or similar in Inverness
- 2 nights of accommodations at Mercure Glasgow City or similar in Glascow
- Daily breakfast
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Ideas for Your Vacation
Start exploring Scotland by taking in Edinburgh’s rich history, from the city’s 16th-century university and Gothic cathedrals to the hulking Edinburgh Castle, which sits as an imposing presence in the city’s skyline. Follow a steep cobblestone road to the top and then cross a massive drawbridge to explore echoing stone halls that house national museums and the Scottish Crown Jewels, some of the oldest in the British Isles.
Next, travel to Inverness, where you can explore the city’s rich history, which dates back to the 12th century, followed by a trip to the loch. There, you’ll find beautiful views, relaxing cruises, and the chance to spot the legendary sea creature for yourself.
End the trip by exploring Glasgow’s city streets. Routinely considered one of UK’s best cities for live music, Glasgow is home to the Scottish Opera and the Scottish Ballet. A stroll through the city emphasizes this blend of vivacious nightlife with classic culture as hip shops and rowdy clubs reside in gorgeous Victorian brick buildings.
- Must-see museum: Edinburgh’s National Galleries of Scotland displays works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Francis Bacon at three locations. Hop on the National Gallery Bus for free transportation to each of the sites.
- Inverness Museum and Art Gallery: is home to wide range of Scottish art, from the carved stones created by ancient tribes to paintings from modern artists currently working in Inverness.
- King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut: One of the Glasgow’s most famous venues, it’s the stage where Oasis was discovered in 1993 and where Radiohead and Florence and the Machine found support early on.
- Buchanan Street in Glasgow: Home to world-class shopping on par with Oxford Street in London, you’ll find everything from Hermès to Topshop.**
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