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England, Ireland & Scotland

Travelling aboard some of Scotland's most famous railways, you’ll discover raw beauty behind stone gates, along craggy shores and across windswept landscapes. Passing stunning scenery – picture rolling hills clad in heather, steep mountain ranges and small remote villages – you will gain a true immersion into the Highland wilderness.

Jacobite Steam Train travelling over the Glenfinnan Viaduct

West Highland Line

In the Scottish Highlands, be left in awe by an amphitheatre of steely lochs, coastal meadows and enchanting glens as you travel the West Highland Line.
View of Kyle Line in Scotland taken by John Bracegirdle/Alamy Stock Photo

The Kyle Line

The Kyle line takes you from Scotland’s east to west through rolling hills coated in heather, countryside meadows, steep mountain ranges and small remote villages.
View of Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness in Scotland

Loch Ness

See if you can spot the elusive Loch Ness Monster during a cruise on the famous body of water. 

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View of Aggstein Castle in Wachau Valley along the Danube River, Austria

The Rhine, Main & Danube

Along the Rhine and Danube Rivers, you’ll be left spellbound as you explore quaint towns and vibrant cities throughout the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Bratislava and Hungary.
Discover the colourful Old Town of Porto in Portugal.

Portugal, Spain & Morocco

From Barcelona to Porto, your days will be filled with Gaudi’s whimsical creations and ruby-red wine enjoyed in family-owned quintas. A quick trip across the quiet walled gardens of Morocco will leave you in awe.
View of waterfall, Croatia

Adriatic Coast

From the ancient port town of Split to the waterfalls of Krka National Park and the architecture of Dubrovnik, curled around the twinkling Adriatic, this is truly paradise found.