A journey from the sea at the historic town of Berwick-Upon-Tweed past ruined castles and abbeys, through river valleys and pretty market towns to the bustling metropolis of Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh. There are constant reminders of the turbulent history of border wars as the route follows the changing scenery and rolling landscape of the eastern borders to reach the narrow river valleys and higher hills around Galashiels, famous for its woollen industry. A slow steady climb over the Moorfoot Hills brings Dalkeith and Edinburgh into view. Perhaps visit Rosslyn Chapel before cyling into this exciting city of fine gardens and curving Edwardian terraces, dominated by the towering castle.
any day April to October Minimum two persons
by air to Edinburgh/Glasgow Airports. By train with Scotrail. By bus with Citylink