Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands

Rannoch Moor - a picturesque heather-covered plain in Scotland, which was part of the Caledonian Forest, and is now covered by numerous lakes and streams, is mentioned in numerous novels and films about Scotland.

Glencoe is a picturesque gorge formed by a glacier about 12.5 km long, less than 700 meters wide, narrowing sharply at a pass notorious for the events of the clan struggles and conflicts with the English crown.

Fort Augustus is a small town on the banks of the Caledonian Canal, connected to Loch Ness. From here a cruise on the lake is possible.

The Grampians are one of Scotland's most stunning mountain ranges and the highest mountains in the UK.

Highland Perthshire - return to Edinburgh via Perthshire. Perthshire is known as the "great county", due to its status as the 4th largest historic county in Scotland.