Steam through Scotland this summer and discover stunning scenery and ancient landmarks

Created: 17 February 2023
This Ffestiniog Travel tour offers an exciting mix of spectacular rail travel, ancient sites and stunning scenery blended into a memorable holiday. See the best of the Scottish Highlands, journey on the famous Jacobite steam train along one of the most scenic rail routes in the world together with a nostalgic ride on the Strathspey Steam Railway. Travellers will enjoy a full day tour of the Orkney 'mainland', sailing to Stromness to meet a local guide and visit the oldest and best preserved Neolithic sites in Europe. Travel mainly by train to various destinations to explore Edinburgh, Inverness, Thurso and Glasgow. Priced at £2,155pp this 11-day Scotland in the Summer tour departs 1 June 2023 and includes rail travel, half-board hotel accommodation, 2 lunches, excursions, ferry and coach travel,Travel Pass for independent sightseeing and the services of a tour leader throughout.

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