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Since 1950 the Edinburgh Military Tattoo has been the largest gathering of military musicians in the UK. Held during the International Festival, it is staged against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. The production features a range of superb international performers with the highlight of the evening once again the spine-tingling sights and sounds of the world famous Massed Pipes and Drums, the finest display anyone can witness anywhere in the world.
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Kraftwerke Corporate Tour
International Corporate Group visiting suppliers throughout Scotland in addition to sightseeing.
"The attention to detail and well thought out itinerary was greatly appreciated by our VIP group."
The guests will be collected from the hotel by executive coach and fully qualified guide. From here we make our way to Loch Lomond. We travel along the banks of the river Clyde on to Scenic Glen Fruin and on to Loch Lomond. At Tarbet we will board a cruiser for a sail on the Loch, which lies in the shadow of Ben Lomond. Loch Lomond, the ‘Queen of Scottish Lakes’ is the largest expanse of inland water on mainland Great Britain, and the Capercaillie offers you a leisurely one & a half hour afternoon cruise to enjoy the serenity of the ‘bonnie banks’. Cruise under the shadow of Ben Lomond, Scotland’s most southerly Munro (3192ft). Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee whilst listening to an informative, live commentary on the history of the feuding clans, pillaging Vikings & see Rob Roy Macgregor’s Prison. From here we continue to Glengoyne Distillery. History records the distillery as 'Burnfoot of Glenguin' in 1836. At this charming distillery guests will be able to see the malting, mashing, fermentation, distilling and maturation process which is involved in making the ‘Water of Life’. You will be greeted on arrival by a piper and a welcome dram before enjoying a full guided tour of the distillery. After the tour you will enjoy a four course dinner with each course paired with a different whisky before being returned to your hotel.
"Our conference delegates loved the tour and the opportunity to network in informal surroundings, thank you so much for organising everything for us."
Scotland has over 700 island scattered around its coastline, each unique with its own character, charm and history. Explore many of these islands in an awe inspiring adventure into the different cultures and traditions of each island. Sample some of the local food and entertainment while delving into the pre historic history and folklore brought to life by our enthusiastic guides.
The specialised package was sold by an Australian Tour Operator through their annual brochure and includes:
"A fantastic tour of the Scottish isles."
Elspeth A. (Scottish Isles 2013) - Odyssey Traveller