Scottish attractions not to be missed
Balquhidder– Edinburgh 2 hours
Scottish attractions not to be missed:
Almost half way to the Edinburgh, you reach the Doune Castle: jump at the occasion to take a break.
At Deanston Distillery
1 – Not to be missed in Scotland is getting to know a typical distillery, with a final tasting.
You can have something to eat at the attached restaurant before or after the tour.
2 – Lying in a wood very close to the village, perfectly shows how people used to live in the past. Several films, such as “Outlander” and the “Game of Thrones” were shot here. Ample parking.
Doune Castle opening times
3 – Scotland not to be missed. Edinburgh is about one hour away on the M9. First thing in Edinburgh, explore the Castle. (parking is available in the NCP parking site at the price of £ 15 for 3 hours)
On top of the hill overlooking the town, the Castle is a unique gem. You can take your time with the help of an audio guide (£3.50).
The route requires at least two hours. (opening times: Apr 1st/Sept 30th 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.; Oct 1st/Mar. 31st 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.). Edinburgh Castle prices
The Royal Mile connects the Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, you can admire lots of significant buildings, such as St Giles’ beautiful gothic Cathedral (Scotland’s High Kirk) and the ultra-modern Scottish Parliament.
To get a different perspective on Edinburgh, the “Camera Obscura”.
If you start from the Castle, you will find Holyrood Palace at the end of the long avenue.
Information for the visit to the royal residence, its collections and its vast gardens can be obtained here.
I highly recommend you to walk it all on foot.
In the evening, have a pint in one of the very many pubs with live music in the Old Town, where you can enjoy a pleasant walk.
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