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The route –

Edinburgh – Pitlochry – Grantown-on-Spey – Fort Augustus – Gairloch – Applecross – Portree – Skye – Fort William – Trossachs – Edinburgh

Distilleries visited: Glenturret (The famous Grouse), Talisker,      The Scotch Whisky experience (Edinburgh)

Castles visited: Urquhart, Eilean Donan, Dunvegan, Doune.

Places of interest: Loch Ness, Balach-Na-Ba, Neist Point, Glenfinnan viaduct

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Day 0: Edinburgh

Edinburgh is well connected to all major cities in the UK and Europe by air and rail.

Waverley is the central railway station, conveniently located due to its proximity to the Mile-road (city centre) and a lot of options to stay within a 5-minute walk from the station.

Since we had the evening free , we explored the Mile road, the street art, craft and plays on display and of course, some street shopping along the way.

Stay – Jurys Inn Edinburgh

You will invariably find a Jurys Inn located in close proximity to a central railway station in any big city/town in UK. A great option for a comfortable stay within a budget of 60-80 GBP per night.

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