At East of Scotland Chauffeur Services, we believe your experience of Scotland begins with us, and so we take great care in suggesting a sightseeing itinerary that will suit your timescale, taste and budget.
Whether this is your first visit to Caledonia, or we have the pleasure to welcome your return, we invite you to sit back and relax, while we help you create a myriad of memories that will delight for years to come.
Our full, half day or multi-day tours offer splendid overviews of our cities, towns, countryside and coasts. From our incredible capital city, described fittingly as ‘The Athens of the North’ to golfing capital St Andrews, the breath-taking banks of Loch Lomond to our world-leading whisky distilleries, East of Scotland Chauffeur Services promise a level of style that will simply delight.
East Of Scotland Chauffeur serves are proud to offer Luxury Bespoke Tours for the deaf and hard of hearing community. Qualified Guide in British Sign Language.
Day Tours from £385.00 (No VAT to be added)
Full/half day Edinburgh
EOSCS offer personalised Half/Full Day Tours of Edinburgh. Known as ‘The Athens of the North’, discover the historic sites of Edinburgh Castle, St Giles’ Cathedral, The Royal Yacht Britannia, The Palace of Holyroodhouse & Abbey, The New Town or Rosslyn Chapel. Depending on your choice of tour, let us know what you are excited to see, and we shall make this city yours for the day.
We Make Glasgow
Full/half day Glasgow
‘The Friendly City’ is also a city of great culture and diversity. Outstanding places of interest include Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow Cathedral, St Mungo’s Museum, Provand’s Lordship, The Burrell Collection, Charles Rennie Mackintosh House of an Art Lover, George Square & Merchant City, The People’s Palace, Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and The Riverside Museum, plus an outstanding selection of shops and restaurants.
Land of the Gaels*
Full day/multiple day The Highlands
EOSCS would be delighted to show you our incredible Highlands, mountains, lochs and glens – a truly spectacular and diverse landscape. We can also help organise your entire itinerary, including suggesting accommodation and restaurants to suit your taste and budget. Scotland is quite unique in what it has to offer, so be prepared to catch your breath!
The Wee Dram
Scotland – the home of Whisky. Touring Scotland and our whisky distilleries has become extremely popular with visitors from all over the world. EOSCS offer our clients a tailored touring itinerary, visiting the distilleries that perhaps are amongst your favourite tipples. Choose from Single Day or Multi Day Tours and, if you require a personal Whisky Expert Guide, we would be delighted to organise that too.
The Bonnie Banks
Stirling, Loch Lomond & National Park
EOSCS Day Tours depart from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Visit Stirling Castle, The Wallace Monument, the village of Doune and its castle (Outlander film location) and the attractive town of Callander. Enjoy lunch in an old inn before continuing through Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, with a relaxing walk alongside the picturesque Loch Katrine before your final drive back to Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Home of Golf
St Andrews & the East Neuk of Fife
Day Tours from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Heading north over the Firth of Forth towards St Andrews, this tour takes you to the very ‘Home of Golf’. Visit the Old Course and capture memorable moments on camera on the world-renowned Swilcan Bridge on the 18th. Discover the oldest university in Scotland, the Cathedral and Castle ruins, before a return drive through picturesque fishing villages.
Gateway to Scotland
The Scottish Borders
Day Tours from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Renowned for its hosiery and textile manufacturing, the Scottish Borders offers a stunning drive through rolling hills, farmland, woodland, picturesque villages and towns. This area is home to four of the finest abbey ruins in the country, Melrose, Dryburgh, Jedburgh & Kelso. Discover Abbotsford – home to Sir Walter Scott, Scott’s View, overlooking the valley of the River Tweed and the ruins of Roxburghe Castle. The William Wallace Statue and more…..
The Big County**
With Day Tours departing from Edinburgh or Glasgow, this is the perfect opportunity to discover magnificent Perthshire. This landscape is ever changing, from mountains and rolling hills, to rich farmland (including strawberry and raspberry growing) and forests. Visit Scone Palace – the historic crowning place of the Kings of Scotland, or Glamis Castle – childhood home of The Queen Mother. Both offer walks in breath-taking grounds.