Where to go on a 15-day road trip in Scotland
For most visitors, a Scotland trip begins with a day in Edinburgh, where you can explore such landmarks as the Edinburgh Castle and the cobbled streets of The Royal Mile. From the capital city, the most common route continues up the beautiful east coast to Aberdeenshire, through the Scottish Highlands and to the famous Isle of Skye. On such a route you can experience major attractions such as the city of St Andrews, the shores of Loch Ness, the picturesque valley of Glen Coe, Eilean Donan Castle, Cairngorms National Park, Loch Lomond, the Glenfinnan Viaduct, Dunvegan Castle and attractions near Fort William.
Another popular idea for a 15-day road trip in Scotland is to expand your route to include the secluded, pristine islands of Harris and Lewis in the Outer Hebrides as well as the Orkney Islands up north. You could also drive the scenic North Coast 500 route, considered by some to be “Scotland’s Route 66”. A 15-day driving tour of Scotland is ideal for travellers who want more free time to hike, take photos and generally relax the pace a bit, as well as experience more Scottish culture, cuisine and whisky.
What’s included in a 15-day driving tour of Scotland
Nordic Visitor’s self-drive tour packages include a rental car of your choice and everything else you need for the best Scotland driving experience, including accommodations that we select based on our own experience, your own personalised itinerary and a Scotland travel guide booklet with our local tips. We’ll also provide you with a hand-marked map of Scotland, a GPS navigation system and our own 24/7 helpline for your 15-day road trip in Scotland.
Customisations for Scotland tours in 15 days
With so many possibilities of things to see and do in 15 days in Scotland, it’s good to have the trusted Scottish travel experts at Nordic Visitor to guide your trip planning and create a tailored tour of Scotland for you. All of our itineraries can be tailored by our local experts with extra nights, alternative departures or arrivals in Glasgow, day trips from Edinburgh, and more. No matter how you’d like to tailor your trip to Scotland, you’ll have your own dedicated travel consultant at Nordic Visitor to advise you on possible add-ons and make all local travel arrangements for you.