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Explore the mighty fortresses and towering strongholds that were home to Scotland’s royal and noble families.These imposing structures all have the power to fire the imagination and there’s undoubtedly a little bit of each of these in Brave’s Castle DunBroch.
Kings & queens found refuge in this great castle. This is where red-haired Mary Queen of Scots sheltered to avoid attempts to force her to marry.Download full itinerary
This mighty fortress has dominated Scotland's capital city for a thousand years and brutal sieges were fought over it.Download full itinerary
A magnificent ruined palace, once a luxurious home for Scotland’s kings and queens, stands tall over Linlithgow Loch.Download full itinerary
St Andrews Castle
The remains of the impressive home of the bishops and archbishops of St Andrews stand in a headland overlooking the North Sea.Download full itinerary