Scotland

A trip to Scotland is a trip to a land of breathtaking, rugged scenery, rolling green fields and bustling cities.  As one explores the country, the richness of the culture and the depth of social history unfolds in front of you. Every town or castle reveals something new about how the geography and climate influence the people of Scotland and student groups have the opportunity to soak in all Scotland has to offer.

As you crisscross the country the unique treasures of Scotland unfold before you. The contrast between the beauty of the Isle of Skye and the cultural riches of Glasgow or Edinburgh, combined with the experience of a train ride through the Highlands and exploring one of the over 2000 castles, (perhaps you will find yourself touring one said to be haunted) provide you with an in depth look into all Scotland as to offer! In one trip we can build for you a diverse cultural, historical and artistic experience.

Performing groups can take advantage of the love of music woven into the Scottish culture both by attending and presenting concerts, and depending on your travel dates be a part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  Student groups with other interests will be able to craft activities and sites suited to their needs.

Make the most of our customized trip planning services, including transportation cost estimates, attraction pricing, and hotel lists, by completing a request for information.

Attractions

  • Loch Ness
  • Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile*
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival*
  • Stirling Castle*
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
  • National Museum of Scotland
  • St. Andrews
  • St Giles’ Cathedral*
  • St. Mary’s Cathedral*
  • The Scottish National Gallery
  • The Palace of Holyroodhouse*
  • Arthur’s Seat

*denotes performance opportunity