Begin your excursion today with a brief
panoramic tour of the city of Dundee. See Dundee's main
public square featuring fountains and dominated by the
Caird Hall, a 2400-seat concert and conference hall.
Also see City Chambers and Camperdown House, the splendid
neo-classical house designed by William Burn. View the
RRS (Royal Research Ship) Discovery, the vessel used
by Captain Robert Scott on his polar explorations.
Following your overview of Dundee leave the city behind
you as you travel through the scenic countryside of
Angus with it’s breath-taking spectacular Highland
Glens, to arrive at Glamis Castle.
With its fairytale turrets and secret rooms, Glamis
Castle is perhaps one of the world's most famous romantic
castles. Glamis is the birthplace of the late Princess
Margaret and the childhood home of her mother Elizabeth,
the late Queen Mother. The property of the Earls of
Strathmore and Kinghorne since 1372, the castle was
largley reconstructed in the late 17th century. One
of the most famous rooms in the castle is Duncan’s
Hall, the legendary setting for Shakespeare’s
Macbeth. Enjoy a guided tour of the Castle before enjoying
some free time to explore the gardens at your leisure
or perhaps enjoy a bit of shopping before returning