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Edinburgh at New Year's 4-Day Tour from London

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At a glance
Category: Outdoor Fun
Duration: 4 days
Multiple departure times and locations available
Breakfast included
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
Day 1 - (London-Edinburgh)
Meet your tour manager and coach at one of the central London pick-up points between 6:45am and 8am. During the 8-hour coach journey to Scotland, you'll make numerous comfort stops and visit the town of Gretna Green. On arrival in Edinburgh, you’ll have a panoramic tour of the city before checking into your hotel at approximately 6-7pm. The rest of the day is at leisure. Pop into the city center or just relax at the hotel and get ready for New Year's Eve.

Day 2 - New Year's Eve
After breakfast at your hotel, meet your tour manager in the lobby for an excursion to the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness (the tour may happen on day three if weather is bad). After the day tour to the Highlands and Loch Ness, your tour manager will give you your street party pass.

The coach will do a scheduled drop off at Princes street for you to enjoy the festivities of Hogmany. You will need to make your own way back to the hotel afterwards, but your tour manager will give you information on how to.

Day 3 - New Year's Day
Spend the day at leisure. 

Day 4
After breakfast get back on the coach for the return journey to London with a visit to the city of York, where you’ll have some free time to explore. Arrive back in London at approximately 9pm.

Please note the itinerary is intended as a guide and some details may be subject to change.
3 nights accommodation
Street party pass
Live commentary on board
Professional guide
Pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points
Gratuities (optional)


Meeting point


Nov 2016

This was overloaded. So much was jammed into so little time, mostly because of the long bus journeys. Too much time on a bus and too little time sight seeing for my taste. Also not a whole lot of history thrown in by the guide. The Hogmany celebration itself is also not nearly as big and great as people say it is. Overall, Scotland was a good experience, but this tour and the New Year's celebration did not live up to expectation.

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