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Thursday, 28 April 2011 21:37

Lochs, Whisky and a castle

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A great day tour example visiting Loch Lomond, Glengoyne Distillery and Stirling Castle. A wonderful day out visiting Scotland`s most romantic loch, most beautiful distillery, and most important castle.
Lochs and Whisky tour mapLeaving Glasgow you journey to the Erskine Bridge where you cross the River Clyde, then proceed along the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond where you visit the picturesque village of Luss. Your journey then takes you past the town of Balloch and on to Glengoyne Distillery known as Scotland`s most beautiful distillery.

Here you have the chance to tour a working distillery, see the production process, and sample a free nip of the finest single malt whisky.

Turning north you make your way towards Stirling Castle, much fought over during the Wars of Independence.

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