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Post your bus tour reviews for Dundee

They call Dundee ‘the city of discovery’.  Take a bus tour, and you’ll quickly discover that it’s one of Scotland’s most exciting cities.

Many venture beyond the city to explore the Angus countryside by bus – Glamis Castle with its royal connections is a favourite stop off point.


Where has your Dundee bus trip taken you?


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  • VisitScotlandAlisonVisitScotlandAlison Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    The No.5 from the High St (just in front of Primark!) will take you out to Broughty Ferry in 1 minutes.  There are lots of individual shops and cafes, bars and eateries there and  Broughty Castle has a stunning setting jutting into the Tay (and is a cone's throw from the renowned Vissochi's ice cream shop!)  Sit on the esplanade and watch the swans, or sometimes, porpoises at play.
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