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Taking a tour is a fantastic and easy way to take in the sights of Scotland, and there's so much to choose from. Whether you're looking an expert led walking tour, an in depth multi-day tour, or even a bespoke private tour, there's something to suit. Let us inspire you with some of the fantastic sights and attractions in Scotland and what tours you can take to see and learn about these amazing locations.
And just a short drive away from Stirling are The Kelpies, the world's largest equine sculptures, standing at 30metres high each. Take a tour around The Kelpies, which are the centerpiece within The Helix greenspace - an area where canals and pathways have been developed and revitalised to connect communities. There is also lots for kids, with adventure play areas, a splash zone and a visitor centre.
Also not-to-be-missed is The Falkirk Wheel, an engineering feat that sees an innovative boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal to the Union Canal.
Looking for a do-it-all tour? Consider a trip around Oban, Glencoe, and the West Highland Castles. Both Timberbush Tours and Discover Scotland offer a guided journey around the natural beauty of the West Highlands, taking in the beautiful harbour town of Oban, the dramatic Glencoe, and the historic sites of Kilchurn Castle, one of the most photographed castles in the country!
Discover the landscapes in Ayrshire that inspired Robert Burns, Scotland's most famous poet!
Rabbies Tours offers a one-day tour along the Ayrshire coast that takes in clifftop walks, the stunning Culzean Castle, and of course the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
You'll also get the chance to delve a little deeper with visits to Alloway Old Kirk, the setting for Burns' poem Tam o' Shanter, the ruins of Dunure Castle on the coast, and the Brig o’ Doon - the original 15th century cobblestone bridge over the River Doon. Have a look in your wallet or purse and you might find this iconic sight on the Scottish £5 note too!