Program: Loch Ness, Scotland grille, whiskey, and the proverbial avarice is the most common association with Scotland. About how much more has to offer this fascinating country can be seen during the week, originally scheduled departure. On the route of the beautiful scenic areas. Peace of Scottish landscapes are apparent: moors, valleys and lakes hide many secrets and dramatic history. In romantic ruins of castles and churches, stately homes, wrapped in the mists of the island of Skye, the Scottish capital - Edinburgh. And a lot of interesting stories: where did the orange jam, which was played the first games in golf. The route in Scotland about 1570 km. 1. DAY Collection of participants at the airport. Flight to EDINBURGH. Visiting Scotland's capital. Stroll the Royal Mile - the main, the oldest street of the city. Visiting Edinburgh castle, the symbol of Scotland, one of the oldest and largest castles in Britain. Fortress, which dates back to the ninth century, was built on the 120-meter high rock and is one of the few buildings with its own fortified military garrison. Transfer to the hotel in the area of Edinburgh. Accommodation, dinner and overnight. 2. DAY Breakfast. Check-out. Transfer to ST. Andrews in Fife - the seat of the oldest university in Scotland. There are also some of the oldest golf courses in the world. Visiting the castle of St. Andrew of the twelfth century, where he played a lot of dramatic history during the Reformation. Visiting the ruins of the Cathedral. Andrew - once the largest and most magnificent cathedral in Scotland. Until today, only one preserved tower of St. Rule 32 m high walls, the longest of which is 105 m. The ruins of the cathedral in the background of the cemetery show the dark atmosphere of the Reformation. Transfer to DUNDEE, called the Naples of the North, where the panoramic splendor extinct volcano Law. A stroll through the streets of the city, which became famous as a base for many important research expeditions to Antarctica. Transfer to the famous castle of Glamis. Visiting the castle, where the action was played Shakespeare's "Macbeth" and where he was born and spent her childhood, her mother Queen Elizabeth II. Transfer to the hotel around Speyside, Accommodation, dinner and overnight. 3. DAY Breakfast. Drive to Balmoral Castle on the River Dee, a favorite summer residence of the royal family. Its characteristic feature is a huge tower on a square plan with a round tower at the top. Transfer to Speyside, a region famous for its production of whiskey. Walking was founded in 1887 in Dufftown...