Cruises from Scotland depart from the cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, with cruises from Greenock and cruises from Leith being the two ports of call used, respectively. Cruises from Scotland can include both holidays departing from the country's two largest cities, as well as cruises that visit the destinations and fly cruise deals from Scotland.
Cruises to Scotland are a fantastic way of visiting two of the UK's most vibrant cities and stunning scenery. Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to the unique character of the Medieval Old Town and planned Georgian New Town, boasting 4,500 listed buildings in the area. Edinburgh is also one of Europe's most charming and cultural cities, from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival — held every summer, throughout the month of August — to the Edinburgh castle — where the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo takes place.
Cruises from Scotland 2012 & 2013
Cruises from Scotland can take you to a variety of destinations, from British Isles cruises — taking in the nation's highlights — to Norway and Fjords cruises. You can also cruise to Dublin, Antwerp and Northern Europe.
Cruises from Scotland are also a great way to see the phenomenon that is the Northern Lights, whether from Scotland's stunning coast line, or on a cruise to the Arctic circle. You can also take fly cruises from Glasgow and visit destinations around the world, such as the Med, Caribbean or the Far East.
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