As the capital of Scotland Edinburgh is rich with history and culture, one of the best ways to get familiar with the city is to make a visit to Edinburgh Castle, sitting on the remains of an extinct volcano. Edinburgh Castle offers a stunning platform to view the city panorama and is well worth exploring to find the fascinating displays of material inside.
If you are planning to do some shopping in Edinburgh, we can recommend ferrying you on our Coach Hire Edinburgh services to Princes Street and walk the famous Royal Mile linking the Castle with Holyrood Palace, the Royal Mile has an excellent variety of shops selling Scottish produce. A visit to The Scottish Whisky experience for young and old alike as this is theme park based on the production of whisky.
Edinburgh is a festival city from Hogmanay at New Year to the Edinburgh Festival that runs in August, there is always something going on; check with us for special events. Just for the soccer lovers, our Glasgow and Manchester services can take over from here and bring you to your preferred stadium to catch a match!
With our unique PalPay system you can easily share the cost of the coach trip without having to run around and collect cash from all the travelers.
Out of Town
For the Loch Ness Monster, Loch Ness (3 hours 49 single direction)
Seaside and golf at St Andrews (1 hour 30 minutes)
Golf, shooting and parkland, Gleneagles (1 hour 10 minutes)
Castles, parks and history Scone Palace Perth (50 minutes)
Forth Rail bridge; amazing engineering and great views (25 minutes)
Glasgow for a Celtic or Rangers soccer game (1 hour)