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Ring in the New Year at Hogmanay

31 August 2012

Ring in the New Year at Hogmanay

Ring in 2013 at Scotland’s world famous Hogmanay celebrations with Back-Roads Touring.

The 30 December departure of the A Scottish Winter small group tour includes access to the colourful street party in Edinburgh on New Year’s Eve from NZ$2370* per person twin share.

The 4-day tour is based in the Scottish capital and includes visits to spectacular Edinburgh Castle, picturesque Culross, Dunfermline, Loch Leven Castle, medieval St Andrews, the magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace and Stirling, which boasts Scotland’s finest concentration of historical buildings.

Other highlights include the Scottish Borders - renowned for its untouched natural beauty, picturesque villages, castles and abbey ruins - a bagpipe demonstration and a whiskey tasting experience at Glenkinchie Distillery.

Three nights’ city centre accommodation with Scottish breakfast daily, driver/guide companion, mini coach transport, 2 dinners, porterage and entrance fees for sights on the itinerary are also included.

Back-Roads Touring caters for mature travellers with small group tours of no more than 16 people.

Contact Back-Roads on 0800 223 369 or info@backroadstouring.co.nz or visit your local travel agent.

*Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability.

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