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Top Scotland Small Group Tours

Being one of the largest wilderness areas in Europe, fairy-tale Scotland harbors countless unique treasures scattered around its compact territory. During your unforgettable trip to Scotland, you get to explore the country's deep history, appreciate the beauty of the impressive stony architecture, and even unveil the mystery of Loch Ness monster! On this page, we collected some of our outstanding small group tours of Scotland, introducing you to the major highlights of the region. Choose the perfect itinerary, pack your bags, and discover the faraway corners of the United Kingdom together with a batch of passionate travelers!

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Top Scotland Small Group Tour Packages

If Scotland is on your list of must-visit destinations, don't miss the chance to join a small group of like-minded curious globe-trotters for an unforgettable experience of Scotland travel. The top Scotland Small Group Tours include all the default features of a Firebird tour, such as centrally-located hotels, private transfers with experienced drivers, local professional guides, comprehensive itineraries with all-inclusive sightseeing and enough time to relax after active exploring. In addition to that, you get the chance to travel in an intimate group of up to 14 travelers, which ensures a fun environment and maybe even new companions for upcoming journeys.

Top Scotland Small Group Tours Highlights

  • Visiting the Edinburgh Castle
  • An unforgettable cruise on Loch Ness Lake
  • Spectacular steam train ride from Mallaig to Fort William
  • Exploring the awe-inspiring Isle of Skye
  • Guided sightseeing tour of Dublin
  • The Guinness Storehouse experience
  • Walking Tour with Entrance to the Book of Kells


Tips for Top Scotland Small Group Tours Travel

  • A water-resistant jacket and an umbrella is always a good idea while touring Scotland; so is comfortable footwear as the tours often involve quite a lot of walking
  • If you are thinking of visiting during Christmas time, we suggest starting planning as early as six months in advance
  • Having some local currency is advisable for tips and other small expenses; the local currency in Scotland is the Euro
  • Tipping in Scotland is optional yet appreciated; feel free to show your appreciation of the received service by leaving up to $10-15

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