Rosslyn Chapel & Scottish Borders Day Tour Highlights:
• Scott's View | • The Original Wallace Monument | • Melrose Abbey | • Tweed Valley | • Eildon Hills | • Rosslyn Chapel | • Filming scenes from the Da Vinci Code
Given the international profile and cultural associations of the famous Highlands the green and pleasant beauty of the Scottish border regions are often overlooked. But if a top-notch and unique sightseeing experience is what you seek then this area is not one to miss.
Join your tour guide and fellow passengers in uncovering the myths and legends surrounding Rosslyn Chapel, which inspired Dan Brown's bestseller 'The Da Vinci Code'. Visit the architectural gem of Melrose Abbey, the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart. And finally, bring a camera along for Scott's View, the breathtaking vantage point overlooking the Tweed Valley and the Eildon Hills.
- Lunch And Refreshments
- Admission to Rosslyn Chapel
- Admission to Melrose Abbey
Tour Route Details:
At around six hours in length this is one of Rabbie's shorter day tours, but it still packs in all of the quality and diversity expected of this brilliant operator. After setting off from Waterloo Place in one of Rabbies' luxury Mercedes mini-coaches you'll travel to the vantage point of Scott's View.
The coach will then proceed to Melrose Abbey before turning north towards the tour's signature highlight, Rosslyn Chapel, where you and your fellow passengers will get to see filming locations from the movie adaption of Dan Brown's 'The Da Vinci Code'. The day tour returns to Edinburgh via Rosslyn for approximately 16:15.
Please check in at Rabbie's Café at least 15 minutes before your tour is due to depart. The café is open from 07:30. Rabbie's recommends you bring suitable clothing and footwear for the walking portions of the tour. No children under 5 years of age are permitted on the trip.
Dates Currently Unavailable:
- July 18, 19 & 21, 2016.
- December 19, 2016.
- January 4, 2017.
- Edinburgh, Rabbie's Café (Depart)
- Scott's View
- Original Wallace Monument
- Melrose Abbey
- Rosslyn Chapel
- Edinburgh, Rabbie's Café (Return)