Explore the best places to eat, see and stay in Scotland
- Royal Mile
- Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
- Loch Lomond
- Glengoyne Distillery
- Golf at St. Andrews
- Stirling Castle
- Culloden Battlefields
- Isle of skye
- Jacobite Steam Train
Tales of witches and wizardry loom in the haunting streets of Scotland’s capital city. Home to Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, the Royal Yacht Britannia and the ever-so-famous Military Tattoo Festival, hear the tales of these olden destinations and many more as you explore this enchanting city on your Scotland vacation.
Glasgow & Loch Lomond
Behold the striking contrast between the city of Glasgow and neighboring Loch Lomond – one filled with urban culture, the other with idyllic serenity. You’ll get a feel for how the locals spend their time in these drastically different
locations on your trip to Scotland while we introduce you to a few experiences (and a few Brendan exclusives) that you can only find in this very special region.
Home to the oldest University in Scotland and the oldest golf course in the world, the historic shrines of the Scottish Lowlands will have you charmed from the moment you reach its borders. With castles galore hidden amongst mountainside towns, there’s so much to eat, see and do here. Thankfully, we know the best places to go in Scotland and we’ve crafted the greatest itineraries for you and yours – as always, taking you personally.
Centuries-old customs and unique experiences await you in Scotland’s Highlands. Search for mythical creatures, sip on ancient recipes, find your family’s history or have a picnic lunch off the beaten path on your Scotland vacation. Whatever you need to make your Scottish dreams come true, we’ve already got it covered.
Scotland's Highlands & Islands
The Isles and Highlands of Scotland boast the highest mountains and stunning valleys overflowing with natural beauty. Cruise along the coasts and countryside, take in a day at sea, search for mythical Fairy Pools or even hop onboard for a train ride that is out of this world. Check out our recommendations for the best experiences and places to you when visit Scotland’s most-picturesque location.
Once an area synonymous with struggles between nations, Scotland’s south is now blooming with lush, natural beauty and home to historical homes steeped in legend. From quaint towns and magnificent ruins to flowing rivers and peaceful farms there’s so much to explore in this region that is integral to the story of Scotland. Come and see the beauty of ‘the borders’ with our top recommendations.
Meet Catherine Reilly
As the head of our Brendan team, Catherine has been making friends with the Celtic community for over 35 years so she's learned a thing or two about where to go and what to do in Ireland and Scotland. Check out her own personally hand-crafted collection of all the can't-miss experiences you can have too.