The Royal Scotsman
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The Classic Journey
Enjoy the ultimate Royal Scotsman experience, travelling through some of the UK's finest scenery.
At a Glance
720 miles, including Dundee, Montrose, Aberdeen, Keith, Inverness, Plockton, Dalwhinnie and Perth ● Optional activities include fishing, clay pigeon shooting, golf, a woodland walk and a boat trip ● Whisky tasting at Glen Ord Distillery ● Visit Ballindalloch Castle and gardens ● Visit Glamis Castle.
Prices are per person and include all table d'hôte meals, all alcoholic and other beverages, all sightseeing excursions as shown in the itinerary and accommodation on board based on two people sharing a twin compartment or one person in a single.
Single occupancy of a Twin cabin
Single occupancy of a Twin cabin
Jun 3, 15, 24
Jul 15, 19, 27
Aug 5, 12, 24
Sep 13, 17, 21, 30
Apr 21, 28
May 7, 11, 18, 22, 26
Jun 2, 10, 14, 23, 30
Jul 7, 21, 26
Aug 4, 15, 23
Sep 1, 16
Oct 6, 13, 19
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Travel north, crossing the Firth of Forth via the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge.
Enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea as you pass Arboath, Montrose and Aberdeen before arriving in Keith.
In the evening enjoy an informal dinner and perhaps a nightcap with your fellow guests in the Observation Car.
Breakfast is served as the train leaves Keith and travels through Inverness, on its way to
Glen Ord Distillery
Later enjoy a delicious lunch as the train heads towards
Kyle of Lochalsh
. Here you can explore Plockton - perhaps take a boat trip to see wild seals or enjoy a dram in the Plockton Hotel.
Spend the night on board in Kyle of Lochalsh. Dinner is formal, followed by entertainment in the Observation Car, which offers mesmerising views over Loch Alsh to the Isle of Skye.
After breakfast you can choose to visit
castle before the train heads north to Inverness, then south to Carrbridge where guests disembark and explore the romantic
The night is spent on board at Boat of Garten on the private Strathspey Railway.
After a formal dinner, our highlander regales guests with tales and weaponry displays.
The day begins with a visit to the stunning
, where fishing, clay pigeon shooting, or a tour of the estate can be enjoyed.
Rejoining the train at Kingussie, lunch is served during the journey south to Dunkeld, you disembark for a visit to
After rejoining the train in Perth, relax and enjoy an informal dinner. Overnight stay on board in Dundee.
After breakfast the train heads back to Edinburgh and the end of the adventure.
The Royal Scotsman departs Edinburgh at 1.42pm on day one and arrives back in Edinburgh at 9.46am on day five.
Itineraries are subject to change and all timings shown are for your guidance only. Confirmed itineraries and timings will be supplied with your travel documents.
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