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Infant in big group in 1 day tour suggestions

Hi all, and thanks in advance.  

I have been tasked to find what to do in Scotland for 21 people group -- 2 full days for tours *probably* from Edinburgh
6 kids (2 infants under 2 years, 2 kids 4 yr old, 2 under 10)
15 adults -- from 30-72 years old

We plan to stay near city center so that moving the crowd to eat is not a problem.
We will probably not have a car during those 2 days

We wanted to take
1)  Highland / Lochness TOUR but can someone recommend an agency that can take kids under 5 and provides transportation/coach.  
2) the other day would be to see castles or up for another suggestions



  • VisitScotlandAmandaVisitScotlandAmanda Member, Administrator, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Hello @Andres!

    Regarding point #2 - Edinburgh Castle is right in the centre of town so will be easy for you all to visit if you're wanting to stay in the city for the day.

    If you'd like to go further afield, you could catch a train from Waverley Station to Stirling (around 50 mins, roughly £9 for an adult) and Stirling Castle is a 10 minute walk from the station. Hope this helps!

    I haven't done a Highland tour myself so will let others weigh in on their favourites! 
    Kiwi gal, relocated to Scotland. 
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