• See Scotland's famous bridges up close
• Ride on Edinburgh's most novel form of transport
• A tour like no other!
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The famous Forth Bridge, constructed in the 1880s and painted in a striking shade of red, has become a symbol of Scotland. Built in the Victorian ages, it's still an essential part of the city with more than 200 trains using it everyday. Yet it’s only one of three feats of engineering that span the Firth of Forth, with two other impressive structures erected in the following centuries. See all of them on this tour for two traveling on a chauffeur driven trike. You'll also visit Arthur’s Seat (the city views simply don’t get much better) plus the cosy village of Cramond, which dates back to Roman times.
- English speaking local guide and driver
- use of helmets and leather jackets
- expert recommendations
Other important info:
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least 14 days notice and 50% of tour cost with at least 72 hours notice.
Pick up at a central city location of your choosing.
This is a private tour and there are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers.
Use of helmets (with hygienic liners) and leather biker jackets are supplied.
This tour is also available at a time and date to suit you. Please contact us: email@example.com