Welcome to MacItalia's Deluxe Scotland package, offering a special luxury all inclusive Scotland package for overseas wholesale tour operators.

This tour is designed for small groups of around 12/14 pax maximum.

The category of accommodation is 4-star deluxe, with all hotels offering a high standard of service, food and amenities.


About the package

Day 1  Arrival

Arrive Glasgow airport, where clients will be met by their Scottish Tour Guide. Transfer to hotel for check-in, unload luggage, and time to allow the clients to get organised in their rooms. Your guide will take the group for a city sightseeing tour of Glasgow by coach. This will include Glasgow Cathedral, the University buildingsArt Galleries and the many sites of architectural interest. In the evening dinner in the hotel and overnight.

Day 2  Excursion to Loch Lomond and Trossachs

After breakfast, the group will depart heading north of Glasgow for an excursion to Loch Lomond, the largest loch in Scotland. Surrounded by amazing woodland, Loch Lomond is set amidst some of Scotland’s finest scenery. We’ll stop at the banks of the loch, with the optional choice to take a short boat trip. In the afternoon, we’ll drive across the Trossachs National Park, with its rolling hills and varied wildlife, before we reach the medieval town of Stirling and visit Stirling Castle. In the evening return to our hotel in Glasgow for dinner and overnight.

Day 3  Glasgow / Scottish Borders / Edinburgh

After breakfast, we’ll drive south and across the Scottish Borders. Our first stop will be at Traquair House, the oldest inhabited and most romantic house in Scotland. In the afternoon, before we reach Edinburgh we’ll stop at Rosslyn Chapel for a visit to the ancient building. In the late afternoon we’ll arrive in Edinburgh. Dinner and overnight in Edinburgh.

Day 4  Edinburgh

After breakfast we’ll take a City Sightseeing Tour by coach. This will include the New Town with its Georgian architecture, Princes Street and its GardensCarlton Hill with its breathtaking panoramic views, the Old Town and the Royal MileHolyrood Palace and a guided visit to Edinburgh Castle. Free time in the afternoon: your Tour Guide will be at hand to direct you to the many places of interest that Edinburgh offers. In the evening we will attend a “Scottish Evening”, a typical dinner which takes place in the ballroom of the largest city hotels: during the meal, which is based on local produce, you will see a show of Scottish Music, Songs, Poems, Dancers and the Scottish Piper! Overnight in Edinburgh.

Day 5  Edinburgh / Perthshire / Aberdeen

After breakfast we depart Edinburgh heading north. We’ll cross the Forth Road Bridge into the Kingdom of Fife. Our first stop will be just outside Perth for a visit to the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre, a small factory where, from a viewing gallery, you can watch glassmakers at work, turning sand into beautiful glass artefacts. We’ll then travel to the fishing town of Arbroath, to sample a famous Arbroath Smokie. Leaving Arbroath, our coach takes us inland to Glamis Castle, which has been a royal residence since the 12th century. Arrival in Aberdeen for dinner and overnight.

Day 6  Aberdeen / Speyside / Inverness

Today we travel north into beautiful Speyside, the home of the Scottish Malt Whisky. With its clear rivers and rolling hills, the Spey Valley hosts many of the most famous Scotch Whisky Distilleries. We’ll have a guided tour of one of a local whisky distillery followed by a taste of the product. In the evening we willl arrive in Inverness for dinner and overnight.

Day 7  Inverness to Glasgow

After a short drive from Inverness, we’ll reach Loch Ness. Surrounded by mystery and legend, the dark and deep waters extend for miles shaded by the Scottish moors. Time to visit the ruins of Urquhart Castle, sitting on the banks of the loch. In the late morning we’ll return to Inverness to make our way back south towards Glasgow.

In the afternoon we’ll stop near to the town of Pitlochry to experience a “Scottish Afternoon Tea” in one of the local tea-rooms, where we can sample the local pastries and cakes.

Our coach then travels onto Glasgow where the guide will take the group for a city sightseeing tour of Glasgow by coach. This will include Glasgow Cathedral, the University buildingsArt Galleries and the many sites of architectural interest. In the evening dinner in the hotel and overnight.In the evening arrive in Glasgow for dinner and overnight.

Day 8  Departure

After breakfast, transfer to Glasgow airport for departure flight.

The package includes

  • 7 nights in 4-star deluxe hotels (6 nights on a DBB basis + 1 night BB only)
  • Scottish Evening in Edinburgh with typical dinner and show
  • Airport transfers with assistance on arrival and departure
  • Private transport in deluxe coach for the duration of the tour
  • Local guide throughout the tour (foreign languages available)
  • Service of luggage porters in all hotels
  • Afternoon tea in typical tea-room
  • All admissions to places of interest visited during the tour

Places to Visit

This package is provided by MacItalia

Tour available in several languages and can be run as an independent special group.


Please contact MacItalia for further information on price and departure details.


"I want to thank you very much for the good services and the local assistance from your colleagues... have a nice day!"

Federica, Anthurium Viaggi Pisa (Italy)

"Everything was perfect, beautiful hotels, good coach driver... this group is really very demanding, they are used to high level services, if they come back completely satisfied, you can say it's a success!! I will surely contact you again for other groups in Scotland for next year"

ARCHEOCLUB Historical Group, Mrs.Antonella Lorinia, ANTHURIUM VIAGGI, PISA

"The tour leader phoned making compliments to the guide, Riccardo, and for all the services provided" 

PRIAMAR PARTY, Brenainn Crisafulli, Mecca Viaggi (Italy)

"My clients were very happy and the organisation was excellent!"

Sabine Riedl, Director, Kuoni Optimal Reisen (Austria)