We're heading to Scotland, and we want to bring you with us!

Have the vacation of a lifetime April 10-18, 2021 - see some great shows and beautiful sights, hang with all five members of ETH for a week and drink your fill of the best single-malt Scotch on the planet.

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*Quoted price is LAND ONLY (no flights). Price with flights included is $2749 per person + $569 US departure tax. Quoted price is for a shared room (double occupancy). Single supplement is $729. All prices in USD. Prices based on min 30 participants.


Day 1: Saturday, April 10th - USA to Scotland

Depart USA for overnight flight to Scotland. Dinner is served while in flight.  

Day 2: Sunday, April 11th -  Glasgow-Stirling-Edinburgh

Arrive Glasgow Airport where you are met by your Driver & Guide. A day of Braveheart with a visit to Stirling, once known as the 'Key to Scotland', with its imposing position in the centre of the country, is home to Stirling Castle. For centuries this was the most important castle in Scotland and the views from the top make it easy to see why. Stirling Castle played an important role in the life of Mary Queen of Scots. Soak up the history and stunning views from the Wallace Monument, perched high on the Abbey Craig around which Wallace camped before his heroic battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, built in 1869 to commemorate Scotland’s hero. Continue to Edinburgh.

Overnight Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh

Day 3: Monday, April 12th - Edinburgh Panoramic Tour

Today we enjoy a panoramic tour of Edinburgh. We pass by the Greyfriars Bobby, the loyal Skye Terrier who remained by his master's grave for fourteen years. Travel down the Royal Mile past St Giles Cathedral, the historic City Church of Edinburgh with its famed crown spire. Also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, it is the Mother Church of Presbyterianism and contains the Chapel of the Order of the Thistle (Scotland's chivalric company of knights headed by the Queen). Continue past The Scottish Parliament building to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the Queen in Scotland. At top of the Royal Mile is Edinburgh Castle where we enjoy a visit.

Overnight Holiday Inn Express.

Day 4: Tuesday, April 13th - Rosslyn Chapel & Linlithgow Palace

A little south of the city is the fascinating Rosslyn Chapel where the DaVinci Code was filmed. It took 40 years to build and the stone carvings are stunning masterpieces of the stonemasons craft and make the church unique as practically every surface of the Chapel is covered. People travel from all over the world to see the intricate carvings, and there are many different interpretations of their meanings. Myths, legends and Hollywood fiction writing have given Rosslyn a unique sense of mystery and wonder. Our next stop is Linlithgow Palace. Linlithgow Palace, in the town of Linlithgow, 15 miles west of Edinburgh, was used to represent the infamous Wentworth Prison. It is here that Jamie suffered the abuses of Captain 'Blackjack' Randall. ... The ruins of the palace can be found in the town of Linlithgow, Scotland.

Overnight Holiday Inn Express.  

Day5: Wednesday, April 14th - Edinburgh-Pitlochry

After breakfast we depart Edinburgh and travel north over the Forth Road Bridge to reach Perth and Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish Kings, now the cherished family home of the Earl of Mansfield. In the extensive grounds of Scone Palace there is a replica of the Stone of Destiny and the chapel on Moot Hill where the coronations took place. We continue to Pitlochry. Time here on your own to explore; Ruins of the Black Castle, The hamlet of Moulin, Joung Tree, and Pitlochry’s original post office to name a few sites. We continue to Atholl Palace, where this evening we enjoy a special “Feature Dinner” with a Ceilidh Band and a Piper.

Overnight Atholl Palace Hotel.  

Day 6: Thursday, April 15th - Pitlochry-Glasgow

Morning departure from Pitlochry has us traveling through Perthshire. We then enjoy a cruise on a historic steamship.  

Loch Katrine is one of Scotland's hidden gems. Loch Katrine has been a site of inspiration for poets, artists and visitors alike for centuries. We  

continue to Glasgow.

Overnight Hallmark Glasgow Hotel.  

Day 7: Friday, April 16th - Glasgow Panoramic Tour

Today you will have the opportunity to pass by the sights and attractions of Scotland’s second city. The West End of Glasgow houses Glasgow University, the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world and one of Scotland's four ancient universities. Traveling towards the city centre stop to admire The Glasgow School of Arts building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and built from 1897 – 1909. The school has produced most of Scotland's leading contemporary artists including, since 2005, 30% of Turner Prize nominees and three recent Turner Prize winners. George Square: considered by many to be Glasgow's City Centre. It’s a great place to start seeing the sights. The Square was designed and built in the late 19th century at the height of Glasgow's prosperity. The Victorian buildings, including the splendid City Chambers, are a grand reminder of yesteryear and are a point of pride for the city. Pass through the bustling Merchant City to The Peoples Palace and Winter Gardens situated in Glasgow Green, a glasshouse and a museum of social history for the city of Glasgow since the 1940s and tell the story of the people and the city from 1750 to the present day. Lastly see Glasgow Cathedral, also called the High Kirk of Glasgow, St. Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral, where the patron saint of Glasgow, Saint Mungo, allegedly built his church. Time on own to explore.

Overnight Hallmark Glasgow Hotel.  

Day 8: Saturday, April 17th - Glasgow-Oban-Glasgow

You will get the chance this morning to travel up the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond stopping along the way for photo opportunities. Continue around Loch Long to Inveraray, a picturesque small town on the banks of Loch Fyne. Take a wander around The Edinburgh Woollen Mill for a wonderful selection of traditional and contemporary knitwear, high street fashions and many gifts and souvenirs or browse some of the unique shops situated on the main street, especially the Loch Fyne Whisky Shop where you may even be offered a dram! A fascinating insight into prison life in the 19th century awaits you at Inveraray Jail. Finally, you will reach Oban, the unofficial capital of the West Highlands and a busy working port as fishing and pleasure craft rub shoulders in the harbor. Often described as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’, Oban is the main port for ferries departing to the Inner Hebrides. This thriving community boasts one of the most picturesque settings to be found, with houses clinging to steep hillsides surrounding the calm bay and dominating the skyline is McCaig’s Tower, a coliseum-style monument. Return to Glasgow.

Overnight Hallmark Glasgow Hotel.  

Day 9: Sunday, April 18th - Glasgow Airport

After breakfast we make our way to the Glasgow Airport for our flight home.

Your Tour Package Includes The Following:  

Roundtrip airfare from NYC Area (if you pay for the flight-included package). Flights are announced 100 days prior to departure.  

Seven (7) Nights Accommodations as follows or similar:  

Edinburgh: Holiday Inn Express*** 3 Nights (

Pitlochry: Atholl Palace**** 1 Night (

Glasgow: Hallmark Glasgow**** 3 Nights (

Breakfast Daily  

Dinner at Atholl Palace (includes Ceilidh Band, Piper, 1⁄2 bottle wine, Tot of Whiskey)  

Admission to Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument, Edinburgh Castle, Rosslyn Chapel, Linlitgow Palace and Scone Palace  

Steamship Cruise on Loch Katrine  

Sightseeing as per itinerary  

Touring By Deluxe Touring Motor coach  

Services of Professional Scottish Driver & Guide throughout  

All Taxes and Service Charges (except gratuity to driver/guide)




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