Shore Excursions From The Port Of Rosyth

Experienced Tours frequently organise private day trips from the Port of Rosyth Cruise terminal. Our bespoke shore excursions from the Port of Rosyth are tailored to your interests and typically cover more attractions and distance than larger pre-orgnaised group tours.

The Port Of Rosyth is situated on the northern shore of the River Forth. Ships moor alongside for easy disembarkation on tour day. Rosyth is approximately 20 miles from Edinburgh and an easy drive across the Queensferry Crossing bridge. Typically a day tour from Rosyth starts at 9am and finishes at 5pm, however that is influenced by the arrival and departure time of your ship.
From Rosyth it is easily possible to explore Edinburgh, East Lothian, The Kingdom of Fife or Stirling and Loch Lomond. Each shore tour is unique so please let us know your dates and what you would like to see on your visit to Scotland.

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PRIVATE SHORE EXCURSIONS FROM THE PORT OF ROSYTH

Each of our tours are bespoke, but here are a few suggestions of private day tours from the Port of Rosyth

Victoria Street in Edinburgh

EDINBURGH DISCOVERY HALF DAY TOUR

A fantastic overview of some of the sites that makes the city so famous.
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Greyfriars Bobby status Edinburgh

FULL DAY EDINBURGH TOUR

The ideal duration to see edinburgh’s iconic big sites and hidden treasures only known about by the locals.
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Famous Edinburgh skyline at dusk

EVENING EDINBURGH TOUR

In the evening the city takes on a more relaxed feel as the streets fill with people enjoying the historic capital.
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The Forth Railway Bridge at North Queensferry

EDINBURGH & THE BRIDGES TOUR

Venture through the city and to some of the outlying sites including the forth bridges and roslyn chapel.
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The Swilcan Bridge in St Andrews

KINGDOM OF FIFE & ST ANDREWS TOUR

Picturesque fishing villages make way to the world-famous home of golf and University town of St Andrews
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Stirling Castle, medieval Royal seat of Scotland

STIRLING CASTLE & LOCH LOMOND TOUR

Venture west and experience the Birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, The historic Royal Seat and Capital City of Scotland and the natural beauty of Loch Lomond
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Scotts view in the Scottish Borders

THE SCOTTISH BORDERS TOUR

The borders host many interesting places including the home of Sir Walter Scott and Rosslyn Chapel
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Preston Mill, a picturesque mill in East Lothian

EDINBURGH AND EAST LOTHIAN TOUR

Follow the dramatic volcanic coastline to North Berwick visiting castles, distilleries and the golf coast
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Midhope Castle, set of Lallybroch in Outlander

OUTLANDER LOCATIONS TOUR

Follow in the footsteps of Claire and Jamie and learn about The Jacobites as we explore some of the filming locations of Outlander. 
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Statue of Mary Queen of Scots

ON THE TRAIL OF MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS TOUR

The most famous and interesting Scottish monarch, She became queen of Scotland at only a week old. Her reign was marred by troubled marriages, betrayal, rebellion and murder.
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Loch Lomond Single Malt Whisky

THE SCOTCH WHISKY TRAIL TOUR

Learn how the ‘water of life’ is created and understand what gives each whisky region its own unique character. Slàinte!  
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Robert the Bruce, Outlaw King

OUTLAW KING, ROBERT THE BRUCE TOUR

Follow in the footsteps of The ‘Outlaw King’the story of Robert the Bruce, the 14th century King of Scots and the blockbuster movie of the same name
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ALNWICK CASTLE & VIKING COAST  TOUR

Hop across the English border and discover Northumberland’s varied history on this full-day private tour from Edinburgh
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Glasgow City Private Tour From Edinburgh

GLASGOW TOUR FROM EDINBURGH

Venture west to Scotland’s largest city, the Victorian metropolis of Glasgow. Learn about its varied history and why ‘People make Glasgow’.
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Cathedrals, Castles And Highlands Private Tour From Edinburgh

CATHEDRALS, CASTLES & HIGHLANDS TOUR

Travel north to picturesque Perthshire, experience two medieval Cathedrals, the gardens at Drummond Castle and The Hermitage forrest walk and folly.
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