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This scenic journey into Scotland’s most famous and romantic glen features castles, waterfalls and iconic mountain ranges.
Discover the most famous landscape in Scotland- certainly with the most intriguing geography and history, including spectacular waterfalls and majestic mountains. You'll also see three of the best surviving castles in Scotland, with a chance to explore two of them, plus a kirk that we think is Argyll's answer to Rosslyn Chapel.
This private tour is available for up to five people, and lasts approximately 7-8 hours. We can adapt the tour to any fitness level, or simply enjoy the scenery from your luxury seat. To visit Kilchurn and Dunstaffnage castles, some walking is required.
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Getting to and around Oban
Oban may seem a bit far flung, but it's only 2.5 hours from Glasgow and you can get here by train, bus, ferry or car. Find your way with our transporation information about Oban.
Direct trains run several times a day, 7 days a week from Glasgow Queen's Street Station. From the airport, you can take a train, bus or taxi to the station. For information, schedules and tickets visit ScotRail.
Caledonian MacBrayne operates ferry service from Oban to the isles. There are small council or private operated foot ferries at Easdale, Luing, North Kerrera and Port Appin. Find schedules and book tickets here.
Citylink has daily bus service from Glasgow. For information, schedules and tickets visit the website. Get around Oban via West Coast Motors bus. Tickets are bought on the bus and schedules can be found here on the West Coast Motors site.
The taxi rank is in front of the train station and near the main ferry pier under the clock tower. If you need to call a taxi, we recommend Lorn Taxis at 01631 564744
There is more to Oban than meets the eye, and our guide's walking tours tell it. Every turn holds a tale and a breathtaking view. On an Imagine Alba walking tour in Oban, discover the town like a local.