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Year of Food and Drink Scotland 2015

Year of Food and Drink Scotland 2015

Calling all connoisseurs of food and drink! Did you know that 2015 is Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink? If you are thinking about planning a trip to Scotland then 2015 is your year to visit. Packed with brilliant moments, The Year of Food and Drink Scotland 2015 will serve up a year-long mix of events and […]


Danny Macaskill’s ride of a lifetime along the Cuillin Ridgeline

Black Cuillins

The Black Cullins from Elgol Skye born Danny Macaskill’s death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillin Ridgeline. Beware this film is not for the nervous, however if you don’t watch the film you’ll miss the cycle ride of a lifetime through stunning scenery. Skye born Danny Macaskill’s death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillin Ridgeline. Beware this […]


Rosslyn Chapel & the Scottish Borders

Today we welcomed Gretchen & Matt Seif and Mr & Mrs Napoli on a tour to Rosslyn Chapel, the Scottish Borders and Glenkinchie Distellery. Our tour began by visiting Rosslyn Chapel. The chapel was built between 1446 & 1484 and has been described as an “Architectural Wonder” and a “Library in Stone” as virtually every […]


Who Do You Think You Are? Live – Glasgow 2014

Borders Journeys Backdrop

Who Do You Think You Are? Live will take place at the SECC in Glasgow on the 29th & 30th August 2014. Once again Borders Journeys  has teamed-up with Borders Ancestry to exhibit at this event. If you’re planning to attend Who Do You Think You Are? Live, please come along to stand D35 and […]


VisitScotland News Release

Scott's View

Friday 1 August, 2014 International visitors are ‘homing in’ on the Scottish Borders during 2014 A Scottish Borders business has been cashing in on the opportunities presented by this unique year for Scottish tourism. Borders Journeys, a company which brings numerous visitors to the region, has capitalised on Homecoming Scotland 2014 which is a year […]


Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Tour with Borders Journeys

Stirling Castle

We welcomed swimmers and officials from the Bahama’s Commonwealth Games Swimming Team on a private tour to Stirling Castle, Glengoyne Ditillery and Loch Lomond. After collecting the team at the Athletes Village we travelled to Stirling Castle where everyone enjoyed their tour around the castle and the historic town. Travelling through the Loch Lomond and […]


Brian, Craig, Jason, Jen, & Sarah’s Tour of Scotland

Glencoe

Brian, Craig, Jason, Jen, & Sarah were visiting Scotland and asked Borders Journeys to organise a day tour where they could experience the history and culture of the country. Leaving Edinburgh our first stop was the 14th century Doune Castle. The castle was built in the late 14th century by the Duke of Albany, Regent […]


Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2014

Who Do You Think You Are Live 3

Left to Right – Jim, Susie, Jen & Ian / Our Stand / Susie, Jen & Ian Last week Borders Journeys, Borders Ancestry and Berwick Time Lines headed south for the season’s biggest event in the ancestral history calendar: Who Do You Think You Are? Live in Olympia, London. The world’s biggest family history show […]


Borders Journeys’ 2014 Leaflet

We have collected our 2014 leaflet in time to launch it at Who Do You Think You Are? Live at Olympia in London this week. If you would like copies of the leaflet, please contact us and we’ll arrange to deliver them to you. Contact details: Tel: (+44) 0131 450 7151 or (+44) 07794 021819 […]


Rosslyn Chapel, Abbotsford and Glenkinchie Distillery

Abbotsford

Today’s tour took us to Rosslyn Chapel, Thornielee Forest, Selkirk, Abbotsford, Melrose, Scott’s View and Glenkinchie Distillery.  Rosslyn Chapel with St. Anna  Muckle Moothed Meg & Will Scott at Thornielee Forest and Sir Walter Scott Courtroom, Selkirk  Abbotsford from the Walled Garden  Abbotsford from the Morris Garden and Walled Garden  Scott’s View Our Rosslyn Chapel […]


Loch Lomond and Aberfoyle

Queen Elizabeth II Forest Park

International students from Wallace College of English visit to Loch Lomond & Aberfoyle. Wallace College Students at Loch Lomond Loch Lomond with Ben Lomond shrouded in mist Left and right – Forest Art at Queen Elizabeth II Forest Park Centre – Salute by Malcolm Robertson – Commemoration of the Womens Timber Corps 1942-1946 View and […]


Trossachs, Oban and Loch Ness

Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness

Mily, Evan and Yaji from Shanghai were on their first visit to the United Kingdom on business and decided to spend three days in Edinburgh. They contacted Borders Journeys and asked us to organise a private tour which was to include visits to Oban and Loch Ness. Travelling from Edinburgh we visited Callander, Loch Awe, Oban, Connel, Castle […]


Trossachs National Park

It's always sad to say goodbye - until next time. Safe journey home.

Jacqueline, June, Magdalena, Monlisa, Olga, Willin and Winsome were visiting Scotland to attend the wedding of their friends Adam and Valeria at Kenmore. Borders Journeys organised a private guided and sightseeing tour for them between Edinburgh and Kenmore. En-route we visited Callander, Falls of Dochart and Killin as well as several other places of interest. […]


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