Scotland holidays 2020 & 2021
Travel in times of uncertainty — our flexibility promise
If you’re looking to go to Scotland in 2020, book before the end of September and we’ll give you the flexibility to cancel your trip and receive a full refund up to 7 days before you travel. Whenever you choose to travel, you can book with confidence with our flexibility promise.
They’ll also help you dig deeper into Scotland’s proudly distinct cultural traditions, from bagpiping to single malt whisky production, and an entangled, sometimes bloody history with England that’s still strongly felt by Scots. Aside from its mountainous terrain, Scotland boasts modern, forward-looking cities. The capital, Edinburgh, mixes history, a dramatic setting atop a volcanic plug, and a vigorous arts scene that culminates in the annual Edinburgh International Festival and the alternative Fringe.
Suggested tours for Scotland
These tours give you a starting point for what your trip to Scotland could entail. Treat them as inspiration, as each trip is created uniquely for you.
Why travel with Audley?
- 100% tailor-made tours
- Fully protected travel
- Established for over 20 years
- 98% of our clients would recommend us
Best time to visit
Our specialists advise on the best months to visit Scotland, including information about climate, events and festivals.
Practical tips for travelling to Scotland, from social protocols to guidance on money matters, with a link to the latest government travel advice.
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Our expert guides to travelling in Scotland
Written by our specialists from the viewpoint of their own travels, these guides will help you decide on the shape of your own trip to Scotland. Aiming to inspire and inform, we share our recommendations for how to appreciate Scotland at its best.
Defined by dark stone crags, sheer cliffs and rugged glens, the Isle of Skye is an otherworldly destination for hiking, fishing, and whisky tasting. Scotland specialist Emily suggests some things to see and do while visiting the Scottish isle.
UK and Ireland specialist Jasmine offers an insider’s guide to the indispensable sights in Edinburgh, including visits to Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat and the Palace at Holyrood. She also suggests some ways to see a different side of the city.
Stonehenge is the most popular prehistoric site in Britain, but it’s not the country’s only ancient attraction. Discover the limits of Roman power at Hadrian’s Wall, a Stone Age barrow near Avebury and Bronze Age cairns featured in Outlander.