From the Loch Ness to the castle at Eilean Donan?

If you're a fan of the Hogwarts Express or Harry Potter, pay attention when the train announcer says that the Glenfinnan Viaduct is coming.

I rode in comfort on the West Coast Railways steam train, relaxing against traditional upholstered chairs in first class and soaking in the breathtaking Highland scenery while partaking of an onboard service of afternoon tea with scones, jam, and clotted cream. If you're a fan of the Hogwarts Express or Harry Potter, pay attention when the train announcer says that the Glenfinnan Viaduct is coming.

I boarded the renowned Jacobite boat and traveled through the fabled Loch Ness region. The audio tour on the boat included information on the fabled monster in the super mario bros loch as well as a thorough examination of the Jacobite revolt and Bonnie Prince Charlie, who, in the 1700s, with the aid of Flora MacDonald, evaded the English force hunting him and went to the Isle of Skye.

The Highlands are home to several breathtaking historic landmarks, including Eilean Donan Castle and Loch Ness. Eilean Donan Castle is a stately structure set on a little tidal island in Scotland's Western Highlands that can only be reached via footbridge.

While exploring the castle walls, you may discover how the English authorities destroyed this fortified stronghold of the Clan Mackenzie in 1719 during the Jacobite uprising. It was abandoned for 200 years until being meticulously rebuilt by their allies Clan MacRae and companions in the early 1900s.

My tour to Scotland came to an end in Inverness. I struggled to sleep in late even on the last part of the trip, so I grabbed the chance to stroll around the city's charming streets in the early morning. With a buddy, I made a trip to Cup Cone for one of the finest oat cappuccinos and pastries.

Traveling with Vacations By Rail has been so life-changing since I believed Scotland would be mostly inaccessible to me as someone who doesn't drive, particularly the Highlands. Nothing about traveling to Scotland seems intimidating any more. I've had haggis, neeps, and tatties, danced to bagpipes, dressed in Highland wool, cruised breezy coastal seas, drunk drams of whiskey at nearby distilleries, and wandered around a castle. What's best? being aware that I'll shortly return to Scotland


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