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Escorted Scottish Tours of Glasgow, Scotland

Tour Glasgow and South West

On your Cameron tour of Glasgow, you will find that Glasgow boasts impressive Victorian Buildings. Famed for its architecture, other hidden gems you will see on your tour of Glasgow date from mediaeval times to the present day.

Designer Charles Rennie MacIntosh is one of Glasgow’s most famous sons. To see examples of his work, visit the Willow Tea Rooms or Glasgow School of Art.

Glasgow’s culture is matched by its couture. A shoppers’ paradise, the city enjoys a year-round buzz which visitors love.

Over 200 art organisations, including Scottish Ballet, Scottish Opera and Scottish Bagpipe Centre, attracted high-profile exhibitions leading to the city’s coronation as ‘European City of Culture’.

A stone’s throw from Glasgow finds you amongst the fantastic scenery of the Clyde Valley. Head north-west to the start of the West Highland Way - Milngavie to Fort William - possibly the most popular hike (walk) in Scotland.

Ayrshire delivers more beautiful scenery, some of the greatest golf courses in the world, ancient castles, stunning country parks, cute little market-towns, first-class accommodation and gourmet dining.

A short ferry-crossing takes you to the hidden treasure of Arran. Its beautiful coastline and rugged mountains shelter pretty little villages that offer lots of local crafts - especially the cheese. Don’t miss it :)

Culzean, the jewel in the crown of Ayrshire’s share of castles, offers everything - history, culture, romance. Dean, Brodrick and Kelburn are also worth visiting.

Check out the birthplace of Rabbie Burns, another of Scotland’s famous sons. Take the chance to sample haggis, one of Scotland’s national dishes.

Burns, a man of strong will and deep thought, spent most of his adult life and wrote many of his most treasured and memorable works in Dumfries & Galloway. He also enjoyed a tipple, had an eye for the fairer sex and loved his country. Small wonder he is Dumfries & Galloway’s adopted son.

With 200+ miles of beautiful coastline, the area teems with wildlife, red deer and squirrels, buzzards, eagles and, recently introduced, red kites. Thousands of visitors, such as barnacle geese, winter in the Solway Firth.

Dumfries & Galloway, steeped in history, has many castles, abbeys and ancient stone circles on view. We couldn’t leave without mentioning world-famous Gretna Green where young runaway brides have married over the blacksmith’s anvil since 1759. The romance continues today.

If that wasn’t enough, Dumfries & Galloway is also a fisherman’s heaven. Choose from salmon, sea trout, loch fishing, coarse-fishing and sea-angling – opportunity in abundance.

Lots of green stuff too… There’s a huge variety of golf courses, common with coastal areas, links and park lands, and some fantastic value-passes for visitors. Cycling, walking and sailing are easily accessible

Choose Cameron Tours of Scotland for escorted Scottish tours of Glasgow with a difference.



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Rabbies Cottage

Rabbies Cottage

A piper

A piper

A kilted Man with a Glass of Whisky

A kilted Man with a Glass of Whisky

Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

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