4 Day Tour in Edinburgh
On your first day, you will be met at Edinburgh airport by a comfortable coach which will take you to your hotel where you will spend the next three nights. Dinner and overnight at your hotel in Edinburgh.
On your second day, after a traditional Scottish breakfast, you will experience the cultural capital of Scotland - Edinburgh - and enjoy a city tour that includes a visit to Edinburgh Castle, Princess Street and Royal Mile and the unique City Chambers.
This city impresses with its panorama of towers and ramparts. With its dramatic medieval architecture, Edinburgh is a double World Heritage Site and the first UNESCO World City in history.
In the afternoon, you will experience a typical Scottish whiskey tasting — dinner and overnight at your hotel.
On the third day after a Scottish breakfast, you will have the opportunity to deepen your impressions of Edinburgh gained yesterday.
You will visit the famous Edinburgh Castle, the silhouette of which is visible from afar above the houses of the city. Here you can also visit the famous St. Margaret's Chapel, and you have access to the "Honours of the Kingdom" exhibition, which consists of the Scottish Crown Jewels and the famous "Stone of Destiny", among other things.
Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to visit the Royal Yacht Britannia (also called HMY Britannia). This ship carried some of the most famous personalities in the world. But most importantly, it brought the Queen and her royal family on numerous visits abroad. The Britannia was built at the shipyard John Brown & Co. Ltd. shipyard in Clydebank near Glasgow, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. After her launch on 16 April 1953 and her christening by Queen Elizabeth II, she was put into service on 11 January 1954.
Originally there were only single beds on the whole ship; Prince Charles had the only double bed on board for his honeymoon with Diana in 1981.
After the tour, you will have free time. For example, a visit to the National Galleries of Scotland is recommended. Here you can admire the masterpieces of Raphael, Titian and Rembrandt, among others.
On your last day, you will set off for Rosslyn Chapel. This 15th-century Gothic church is one of the most famous sites in the history of the Knights Templar. Legend has it that the crypt contains the great treasure of the Templars.
Afterwards, it is time to say goodbye to Scotland and return to the airport in a comfortable coach.
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