A country of dramatic landscapes, iconic cities and historic gems, there’s much more to Scotland than whiskey, bagpipes and the Loch Ness monster! With a remarkable collection of fully escorted coach tours, and the choice of travelling by coach, air or self-drive, let us inspire your Scottish holiday.
Closer to home but just as spectacular, there’s something to suit everyone in beautiful Scotland! Whether you’re looking to soak up the breathtaking scenery of the Trossachs National Park, experience the incredible Edinburgh Military Tattoo or journey along the world-famous West Highland Line, your holiday will be brimming with moments to treasure.
With rail experiences, heritage tours and much more to choose from, join us in discovering the very best of Scotland.
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A celebration of music, dance and military pageantry – the Edinburgh Tattoo is always a unique and memorable experience.
Fly to Scotland and embark on a journey enjoying three delightful rail rides in the Scottish Highlands!
Fly to Scotland and enjoy a picturesque holiday enjoying the stunning Herbrides visiting the Isle of Skye, Lewis, Inverness and Edinburgh.
Join us for the Edinburgh Tattoo and enjoy an upgraded experience with Premier Seats, located directly in front of the Royal Gallery.
From our base, the fantastic Peebles Hydro Hotel, explore the stunning Scottish Borders and visit dynamic Edinburgh with its famous castle.
From the Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa, discover Edinburgh and its castle, visit Rosslyn Chapel, and enjoy a whisky tasting experience.
Scotland impresses in many different ways, with the awe-inspiring landscapes being one! Explore the mountains, lochs and forests of the Cairngorms National Park, or admire the abundant wildlife of the Trossachs National Park. If you’re searching for a unique way to take in the scenery, our rail experiences don’t disappoint – whether you enjoy a ride on the iconic Jacobite Express or steam through the spectacular Speyside Mountains, these journeys are much more than just getting from A to B.
Scotland’s cities are bursting with history, tradition and culture, with enough sights and attractions to keep you busy for days! Uncover the complex past of Edinburgh Castle, view the tombs of famous citizens at the Glasgow Necropolis, or hear stories of crime and punishment at Stirling’s Old Town Jail. It’s not all history though, with the restaurants, cafés and bars of these cities offering the very best Scottish hospitality – you’re certain to feel right at home!
No matter what you’re looking for, Scotland will have it. With hidden gems to explore and sought-after destinations to tick off your list, browse our collection today and experience Scotland with Leger.
Browse key sights and the popular tours you can see them on.
West Highland Line – experience one of the most scenic rail journeys in the worldView Tour
A true emblem of the country, Irn Bru is more common than Coca-Cola in Scotland! Launched in 1901, there is much debate as to what the combination of 32 ingredients tastes like; bubblegum, orange, cream soda… it’s no wonder the drink has been described as indescribable.
Buttery, crumbly and melt-in-the-mouth magnificent, Scottish shortbread is a decadent biscuit made with flour, sugar and a generous amount of butter. Wash it down with a cup of tea for a match made in heaven!
With over 130 distilleries dotted throughout Scotland, it’s no surprise that whiskey is one of the country’s greatest exports. Whether you choose peaty, woody, creamy, single-malt or blended triple-malt, you can’t leave Scotland without enjoying a wee dram!
Scotland’s most iconic dish, haggis, is traditionally made from a boiled mix of sheep’s ‘pluck’ (liver, heart and lungs) oatmeal, onions, suet, dried herbs and other seasonings. Whilst haggis is not the prettiest dish, nor does it sound the most appetizing, the flavoursome taste makes it a staple of Scottish cuisine.
With so much on offer, you might need some inspiration! We’ve hand-picked a selection of favourite destinations and provided an overview of the very best highlights...
Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Drawing together a host of creative talent from four continents, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo is a 9-minute show of innovative production, heart-stopping sound, imaginative graphics, state-of-the-art lighting and specially commissioned fireworks. As one of the world’s greatest immersive events, this show is not to be missed!
With former uses as a royal residence, military garrison, prison and fortress, Edinburgh Castle is rich in history. Known as the ‘Defender of the Nation’, this active military base is the most famous of the Scottish castles – you’ll even find the crown jewels and other national treasures on display here.
The Royal Mile is at the heart of Edinburgh’s old town, with Edinburgh Castle at its head and the Palace of Holyroodhouse at its foot. You’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants here, along with historic sights and attractions including St. Giles’ Cathedral, The Real Mary King’s Close and the Scottish Storytelling Centre.
From mountains and rivers to castles and distilleries, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in the Cairngorms National Park – it is the UK’s largest National Park after all! Renowned for its spectacular scenery and fascinating history, you’re in for plenty of memorable moments on your visit here.
Containing more water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined, Loch Ness is world-famous for its dramatic scenery, nearby castles and mysterious monster living in its waters. Uncover over 1,000 years of history at the ruined Urquhart Castle, and be sure to keep your eye out for Nessie!
West Highland Line
As one of the most scenic rail journeys in the world, the West Highland Line is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. The iconic Jacobite Express – otherwise known as the Hogwarts Express – travels along this line and takes you to the Glenfinnan Viaduct, which was used in the Harry Potter films. Enjoy the rolling views of mountains, lochs and moors and remember your camera!
Museums & Galleries
With a massive variety of free museums and galleries, there are plenty of discoveries to be made in Glasgow! Explore everything from Ancient Egypt to Charles Rennie Mackintosh at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, uncover the city’s transport history in the Riverside Museum, or admire the spectacular exhibits at the Gallery of Modern Art.
One of Scotland’s most magnificent medieval buildings, Glasgow Cathedral is built on the site where St Kentigern, or Mungo, is thought to have been buried in AD 612. Explore the ancient crypt, see the pulpitum and admire one of the finest post-war collections of stained glass windows in Britain.
Described as one of the most significant cemeteries in Europe and a ‘city of the dead’, the Necropolis makes for a fascinating visit. Covering 37 acres, this cemetery is full of grand sculptures, charming buildings and beautiful memorial stones, some of which are the tombs of famous Glasgow citizens.