· We make our way to Traquair where we visit Traquair House, Scotland’s Oldest inhabited House. Visited by 27 Scottish Kings & Queens Traquair dates back to 1107 and has been lived in by the Stuart family since 1491. In the afternoon we make our way to the historic town of Kelso, regarded as one of the region’s most charming towns with its cobbled streets, elegant Georgian buildings and French-styled cobbled market square.
· We head towards Falkirk making a stop to view The Kelpies, the world’s largest equine sculptures. Here you’ll find the visitor centre, which is located for an excellent view of these magnificent sculptures and learn more about The Kelpies. Following this visit we make our way to The Falkirk Wheel, where we enjoy a ride on the world’s first rotating boat lift which is used to connect the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals in central Scotland.
· We enjoy a full day visiting the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh. Discover a city like no other, steeped in history, Edinburgh seamlessly blends old & new and has so much to offer visitors with its many attractions as well as excellent shopping.