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    Ardgowan House & Bagpipe Workshop

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 4 h

    Accompany Sir Ludo Shaw Stewart around his extraordinary country estate Ardgowan House and enjoy a stirring bagpipe performance and high tea. Ludo, as he prefers to be called, will take you around his estate, showing you his favorite rooms and regaling you with stories of the property’s unparalleled history. ...
    Accompany Sir Ludo Shaw Stewart around his extraordinary country estate Ardgowan House and enjoy a stirring bagpipe performance and high tea. Ludo, as he prefers to be called, will take you around his estate, showing you his favorite rooms and regaling you with stories of the property’s unparalleled history. plus...

    Accompany Sir Ludo Shaw Stewart around his extraordinary country estate Ardgowan House and enjoy a stirring bagpipe performance and high tea. Once a solitary watch tower, the estate has evolved into an 18th-century private residence so extraordinary that it has been called “Scotland’s Downton Abbey.” Ludo, as he prefers to be called, will take you around his estate, showing you his favorite rooms and regaling you with stories of the property’s unparalleled history. He will then host a high tea for you in one of the estate’s 76 rooms, each one handsomely decorated with period furnishings. During tea, Ludo will describe the importance of bagpipes to the Scottish culture, although the musical instrument originated elsewhere. You will also be treated to an exclusive bagpipe workshop and performance. As the haunting melodies fill the room, you will feel as if you were transported into the distant past, a time when Ardgowan House first lorded over the countryside.


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    DURÉE 4 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    City Of Glasgow

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 3 h 3/4

    Greenock lies on the southern shore of the River Clyde, which has long been the lifeblood of the area. For over 200 years the famous Clyde built ships began their voyages out to sea. Your excursion will follow the line of the river and then into the center of Glasgow. ...
    Greenock lies on the southern shore of the River Clyde, which has long been the lifeblood of the area. For over 200 years the famous Clyde built ships began their voyages out to sea. Your excursion will follow the line of the river and then into the center of Glasgow. plus...

    Greenock lies on the southern shore of the River Clyde, which has long been the lifeblood of the area, for over 200 years the famous Clyde-built ships began their voyages out to sea. Your excursion will follow the line of the river and then into the center of Glasgow. The skyline is a mixture of architectural gems, encompassing the magnificent 12th century cathedral, the stunning Victorian cityscape and revolutionary Art Nouveau. Upon arrival into the city center, your tour guide will point out the major attractions and principal buildings, including George Square and Cathedral Square, where a stop will be made to admire the cathedral from the outside.


    Beyond the cathedral, you’ll see the Necropolis – a unique, graveyard, covered with the elaborate tombs of rich industrialists and merchants. You’ll continue your stroll to see Glasgow’s oldest house dating back to 1471. In contrast, stands the modern St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art - representing the world’s major religious faiths. The coach will stop for you to take photographs of the pinnacled Gothic buildings of the second oldest university in Scotland and then continue to Greenock.


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    • Adult from: C100.42 CAD
    • Child from: C46.86 CAD
    DURÉE 3 h 3/4
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Clyde Coast, Culzean Castle & Ayr

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 8 h

    Most of Ayrshire’s castles face the sea and there are few more romantic sights in the British Isles than a Scottish castle perched on the edge of a cliff. ...
    Most of Ayrshire’s castles face the sea and there are few more romantic sights in the British Isles than a Scottish castle perched on the edge of a cliff. plus...

    Most of Ayrshire’s castles face the sea and there are few more romantic sights in the British Isles than a Scottish castle perched on the edge of a cliff. You’ll travel south along the coastal road and pass Dunure Castle, once one of the many strongholds of the powerful Kennedy family who ruled Ayrshire. A few miles south of Dunure, lies Culzean Castle and Country Park. You’ll pass through the castle’s imposing archway and into the quadrangle from where there are splendid views down to the waters of the Firth of Clyde.


    You enter the castle by the porch and then you’ll pass through the original entrance to the castle, which still retains its delicate fanlight. The oval staircase will bring you to the saloon with its specially woven carpet. On the return drive, a stop in the town of Ayr will allow you to browse a selection of well-known stores to seek out the best of quality Scottish merchandise and to have lunch on your own.


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    • Adult from: C207.52 CAD
    • Child from: C100.42 CAD
    DURÉE 8 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Scenic Scottish Lochs

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 4 h 1/4

    This is an excursion with contrasting scenery as you travel from the banks of the River Clyde to catch glimpses of glens, mountains and lochs. ...
    This is an excursion with contrasting scenery as you travel from the banks of the River Clyde to catch glimpses of glens, mountains and lochs. plus...

    This is an excursion with contrasting scenery as you travel from the banks of the River Clyde to catch glimpses of glens, mountains, and lochs. Cross the impressive Erskine Bridge, with views of the city of Glasgow in the distance and travel through rural areas that make up the outer districts of the metropolis. Soon Loch Lomond, known as the ‘Queen of Scottish Lakes’, comes into view. You’ll stop at the pretty village of Luss, and stroll through the village to the water’s edge, or browse in the well-stocked gift shops. From Luss, the magical loch is your constant companion as you journey further northwards passing through the villages of Tarbet and Arrochar.


    Your route then takes you to the summit viewpoint of ‘Rest and Be Thankful’, a name which speaks for itself. Here there will be a photo stop and a chance for you to enjoy the panoramic views. Descending now, you’ll see more contrasting views as you now journey along the upper reaches of Loch Fyne and through the Argyll Park to travel alongside the relatively small Loch Eck. You’ll then travel around the head of Holy Loch and into Hunter’s Quay and the terminal of Western Ferries. The 20-minute crossing of the Firth of Clyde will bring you to the Clyde-side town of Gourock. From here you’ll follow the coastal road returning to Greenock.


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    • Adult from: C113.80 CAD
    • Child from: C60.25 CAD
    DURÉE 4 h 1/4
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 1
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    Glasgow On Your Own

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 6 h 1/4

    Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, famous for its industrial past and for its resurrection as a modern cultural capital. A private coach transfer service with local escort into Glasgow will enable you to spend the day at your leisure. ...
    Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, famous for its industrial past and for its resurrection as a modern cultural capital. A private coach transfer service with local escort into Glasgow will enable you to spend the day at your leisure. plus...

    Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, famous for its industrial past and for its resurrection as a modern cultural capital. It’s the home town of architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the site of some magnificent 19th century architecture and a city with some of the best museums and galleries in Britain. A private coach transfer service into Glasgow will enable you to spend the day at leisure, for individual sightseeing, shopping, or museum visits. Upon arrival into the city, a knowledgeable escort will greet your coach and point out the main areas of interest, and you are then free to enjoy Glasgow, returning to the same point to connect with your return transfer at the time indicated by your escort.


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    • Adult from: C92.38 CAD
    • Child from: C65.60 CAD
    DURÉE 6 h 1/4
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 1
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    A Taste of Scottish Whiskey

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 4 h

    For lovers of fine Scotch whisky, a visit to Scotland would not be complete without visiting a distillery that produces fine malt whiskey. ...
    For lovers of fine Scotch whisky, a visit to Scotland would not be complete without visiting a distillery that produces fine malt whiskey. plus...

    For lovers of fine Scotch whisky, a visit to Scotland would not be complete without visiting a distillery that produces fine malt whiskey.


    Travel to the Glengoyne distillery (or equivalent), which has been working continuously for over 150 years. Its traditional methods have been handed down from generation to generation to produce a distinctive malt whisky, enjoyed by a growing number of connoisseurs. The essence of its flavor has been preserved for decades by using air dried barley, rather than barley dried. The result is a more subtle, complex whisky in which all of the delicate flavors, freely express themselves.


    An expert guide will introduce you to the natural elements and the time-honored tradition. You’ll learn all stages of the whisky making process from mashing and fermenting, to distilling and maturing. See the gleaming copper stills, casks of American oak, operating equipment and methods used in the various stages of processing fine malt whisky. Following a tour of the distillery, you'll be treated to a sampling of a `wee dram`. You’ll also have some time to browse in the shop which sells a wide variety of whiskies and gifts.


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    • Adult from: C127.19 CAD
    • Child from: C73.64 CAD
    DURÉE 4 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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    Stirling Castle

    Glasgow (Greenock), Écosse

    Durée : 5 h

    Scotland is a land of castles, mighty fortresses on rocky heights. Noble men and tyrants, kings and queens, lords and commoners all made their entrances and exits. ...
    Scotland is a land of castles, mighty fortresses on rocky heights. Noble men and tyrants, kings and queens, lords and commoners all made their entrances and exits. plus...

    Scotland is a land of castles, mighty fortresses on rocky heights. In the great halls, great men discussed affairs of state against backdrops of regal splendor. Noble men and tyrants, kings and queens, lords and commoners all made their entrances and exits and now only the stones remain to speak of centuries of drama. Stirling, situated on one of the many loops of the River Forth beckons to you from whichever way you approach. It rises abruptly from the flat plains; a fortress-crowned rock with a grey town clinging to its steep sides - a colorful but blood-stained history book. Because of its strategic position, guarding the route north, this was a fortress town since earliest times; bitterly fought over, bravely defended. The castle has appropriately been called the 'Key to Scotland'.


    As a result its possession has been the focus of contention for many centuries, with battles like Bannockburn being fought in its shadow. You’ll drive through the old town to arrive at the castle where every inch seems drenched in history and interest. The present castle dates mainly from the 15th and 16th centuries when it was a principal royal residence. James III was born here in 1451, James V spent his childhood here, and the infant Mary Queen of Scots was crowned here on 9 September 1543. Work in the 16th century largely shaped the structure as it survives today. Discover the main features of the central turreted gatehouse with its flanking towers and curtain wall, the Great Hall, the Palace. This is one of the earliest Renaissance buildings in Scotland. Then enjoy the splendid panoramic views from the battlements.


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    • Adult from: C140.58 CAD
    • Child from: C87.03 CAD
    DURÉE 5 h
    NIVEAU D'ACTIVITÉ 2
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NCL s'occupe uniquement de l'organisation des excursions terrestres pour rendre service aux passagers. NCL n'agit pas au nom de ni ne supervise les parties ou personnes qui possèdent, fournissent ou opèrent ces excursions, celles-ci étant fournies par des entreprises indépendantes. NCL décline toute responsabilité et ne fournit aucune garantie concernant les performances de tels prestataires d'excursions, et les passagers reconnaissent que NCL ne pourra être tenu responsable en cas de perte ou de blessure corporelle résultant d'actions ou d'omissions de la part de ces prestataires.

La participation aux activités et excursions peut demander un effort physique et peut parfois être potentiellement dangereuse. Il revient à toute personne de déterminer si elle est capable de participer à une activité ou non. La participation à toute activité ou excursion se fait à vos propres risques.

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Our group shore excursions are offered in English. Selon les réservations, plusieurs excursions sont également proposées en allemand, en espagnol, en français, en italien ou en russe (minimum de participants : 30). Les circuits proposés peuvent varier d'une croisière à l'autre. Please see the detailed information for your shore excursion on board.