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Tuesday, 10 May 2011 12:24

Inveraray and 3 Lochs Tour

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Take in Loch Lomond, Inveraray, Loch Fyne & Loch Awe
See spectacular vistas of 3 Scottish lochs and enjoy a visit to the town of Inveraray seat of the Clan Campbell. Heading west from Glasgow, the first stop is the pretty village of Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond.

Journey on for a photo-shoot at the “Rest and be Thankful” and then onward to Inverarary for lunch and sightseeing on the banks of Loch Fyne.

Turning north the next visit is the idyllic setting of Kilchurn Castle at the head of Loch Awe. Then drop in to visit the Dalmally 3 including Hamish the Highland Coo. The final stop is at the historic Drovers Inn.

Go Go bus provides above tour. To see rates view their website.

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