Autorondreis Schotland Diana
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Autorondreis Schotland Diana

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Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Ref ID: 7142300
Total price From 3.112 €
Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Destinations: Ijmuiden, Newcastle GB, Inverbeg, Aviemore, Thurso, Ullapool, Skye, Fort William, Newcastle GB, Ijmuiden

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04 May
Car journey 65 Kilometers - 52m
Utrecht
Ijmuiden
04 May
1. Ijmuiden
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About the destination: IJmuiden ) is a port city in the Dutch province of North Holland and is the main town in the municipality of Velsen. It is located at the mouth of the North Sea Canal to Amsterdam, and lies approximately 17 kilometres (11 mi) north of Haarlem.
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04 May
Transport from Ijmuiden to Newcastle GB
DFDS Seaways
DFDS Seaways - DFDS Seaways Princess Seaways
17:30 - Amsterdam, Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) (Harbour)
09:15 - Newcastle, Newcastle Harbour
+1 day 16h 45m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:2-persoons hut (Binnen, Stapelbed, Ensuite)
Cabin Class: Economy
05 May
2. Newcastle GB
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About the destination: Newcastle upon Tyne commonly known as Newcastle, is a city in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear in North East England. Newcastle is the most populous city in the North East region and lies at the urban core of the Tyneside. Newcastle is a member of the English Core Cities Group and, with Gateshead, the Eurocities network of European cities. North East England has established a reputation as one of the most beautiful regions in Britain. And Newcastle is currently becoming more and more of a popular tourist destination thanks to regeneration within the city and also its close proximity to areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Northumberland coastline and the Pennine hills. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • The River Tyne is a short walk from the station, and has a pedestrian quayside path on the north side reminiscent of the Queen's Walk in London. • The High Level Bridge, Designed and built by Robert Stephenson. The first major example of a wrought iron tied arch bridge. Completed in 1849, it is the oldest of the city centre bridges. • The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, acclaimed worldwide for its physical and aesthetic beauty. • Grainger Town is the beautiful and historic heart of the city. Based around classical streets built by Richard Grainger between 1835 and 1842. • Grey's Monument located at the heart of Grainger Town is a Grade I listed monument to Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey built in 1838. The wide base of the monument is a popular spot for people-watching, and often acts as a venue for buskers, religious speakers and political activists. • The Angel of the North, a modern sculpture designed by celebrated artist Antony Gormley, is just a short drive from Newcastle city centre in Gateshead. The Angel is a 20 metre high steel structure with an impressive 54 metre wingspan.
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05 May
Car journey 300 Kilometers - 3h 26m
Newcastle GB
Inverbeg
05 May
3. Inverbeg
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About the destination: Inverbeg is a settlement in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of Loch Lomond. There has at times been a pedestrian ferry to Rowardennan on the opposite side of the loch. It is at the foot of Glen Douglas.
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07 May
Car journey 182 Kilometers - 2h 56m
Inverbeg
Aviemore
07 May
4. Aviemore
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About the destination: Aviemore is a tourist resort in the Highlands of Scotland. The town is popular forits breathtaking scenery, skiing and other winter sports, Rothiemurchus Estate and for hill-walking in the Cairngorm Mountains. Situated within the Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore is one of the largest towns in the park. It is also notable for having a freely grazing reindeer herd, the only one in the United Kingdom. The town is an ideal base for a large variety of outdoor sports including skiing, both cross-country and downhill, golf, horse riding, climbing and walking, bird watching, fishing and water sports.
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09 May
Car journey 222 Kilometers - 2h 47m
Aviemore
Thurso
09 May
5. Thurso
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About the destination: The most northerly town in mainland Scotland, Thurso is a great base for exploring the surrounding countryside. There’s plenty to see and do in and around the delightful town of Thurso. The town is a hive of lovely traditional shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Other great ‘must-sees’ are the circular wellhouse of Meadow Well, a fine public library and the impressive Janet Street overlooking the River Thurso close to Thurso Bridge. Check out the Swanson Gallery which hosts year round exhibitions of fine artwork, or discover the magical world of Glass Creations by artist Ian Pearson. Caithness Horizons is also well worth a visit with fascinating museum exhibits and a changing annual gallery programme. Thurso is also a major surfing area and a premier heavy cold surf destination which hosts surfing championships, including two World Championships for Kayak surfing. The plentiful reefs, points, river mouths and beaches, on top of the consistent year-round surfing opportunities, make the location a paradise for watersports lovers. West of Thurso is the Dounreay nuclear power station and its story is explained in an exhibition within the Caithness Horizons visitor centre. The dramatic north coast stretches away to the west, while inland is the vast area of blanket bog known as the ‘Flow Country’.
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11 May
Car journey 194 Kilometers - 2h 50m
Thurso
Ullapool
11 May
6. Ullapool
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About the destination: The picturesque fishing town of Ullapool, nestled on the shores of Lochbroom, is a great holiday destination and a gateway to the Northern Highlands. Situated in one of the least spoilt natural environments in the UK, the town boasts a wealth of things to see and do. There is a great choice of varied walks in the area including mountains, rocky coasts and long inland footpaths with a good portion of the finest summits in the north west Highlands too. The town makes a great base for exploring the surrounding countryside and touring Wester Ross and the Highlands with Inverness being only an hour’s drive south and Stornoway and Lewis in the Outer Hebrides are just a short ferry ride away. Described as an outdoor paradise with a ‘Scandinavian twinkle in winter and Canadian-style adrenaline in summer’ and voted one of the UK’s top 10 outdoor destinations by Outdoor Fitness magazine, the town guarantees a truly unforgettable experience. To the west of Ullapool is the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve, home to pine martens, wildcats, buzzards and golden eagles as well as the unique shape of Stac Pollaidh (sometimes written Stack Polly), one of the most photographed hills in the area. South from Ullapool are attractions such as Leckmelm Shrubbery and Arboretum, Lael Forest Garden, and the dizzying depths of Corrieshalloch Gorge and the Falls of Measach. Along the Road to Poolewe are great views out to sea over golden beaches and green, rocky islands, and famous Inverewe Garden overlooking Loch Ewe.
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13 May
Car journey 193 Kilometers - 2h 34m
Ullapool
Skye
13 May
7. Skye
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About the destination: Skye often referred to as the Isle of Skye, is the largest of the Inner Hebridean islands located off the west coast of Scotland. The capital and largest town on the island is the picturesque port of Portree. The island is renowned for its spectacular scenery, vibrant culture and heritage, and its abundant wildlife including the Golden Eagle, Red Deer and Salmon. Trotternish Peninsula, including The Old Man of Storr and The Quirang has a beautiful coastline with numerous viewpoints and the many interesting rock formations of the Trotternish Ridge. A minor road follows its coast from Staffin to Uig and offers some of the best scenery on Skye. The Isle of Skye will take your breath away. It is the best developed island in the Hebridean archipelago. The landscape is spectacular and dramatic. Skye is almost other-worldly.
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15 May
Car journey 176 Kilometers - 2h 17m
Skye
Fort William
15 May
8. Fort William
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About the destination: Fort William is the second largest settlement in the Highlands of Scotland with around 10,000 inhabitants. Fort William is a major tourist centre, with Glen Coe just to the south, Aonach Mòr to the north and Glenfinnan to the west, on the Road to the Isles. It is a centre for hillwalking and climbing due to its proximity to Ben Nevis and many other Munro mountains. It is also known for its nearby downhill mountain bike track. You must visit the West Highland Museum, old fashioned museum of Highland history just off High Street. It´s open M-Sa 10.00 – 16.00, entrance free.
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17 May
Car journey 413 Kilometers - 4h 57m
Fort William
Newcastle GB
17 May
9. Newcastle GB
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About the destination: Newcastle upon Tyne commonly known as Newcastle, is a city in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear in North East England. Newcastle is the most populous city in the North East region and lies at the urban core of the Tyneside. Newcastle is a member of the English Core Cities Group and, with Gateshead, the Eurocities network of European cities. North East England has established a reputation as one of the most beautiful regions in Britain. And Newcastle is currently becoming more and more of a popular tourist destination thanks to regeneration within the city and also its close proximity to areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Northumberland coastline and the Pennine hills. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • The River Tyne is a short walk from the station, and has a pedestrian quayside path on the north side reminiscent of the Queen's Walk in London. • The High Level Bridge, Designed and built by Robert Stephenson. The first major example of a wrought iron tied arch bridge. Completed in 1849, it is the oldest of the city centre bridges. • The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, acclaimed worldwide for its physical and aesthetic beauty. • Grainger Town is the beautiful and historic heart of the city. Based around classical streets built by Richard Grainger between 1835 and 1842. • Grey's Monument located at the heart of Grainger Town is a Grade I listed monument to Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey built in 1838. The wide base of the monument is a popular spot for people-watching, and often acts as a venue for buskers, religious speakers and political activists. • The Angel of the North, a modern sculpture designed by celebrated artist Antony Gormley, is just a short drive from Newcastle city centre in Gateshead. The Angel is a 20 metre high steel structure with an impressive 54 metre wingspan.
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17 May
Transport from Newcastle GB to Ijmuiden
DFDS Seaways
DFDS Seaways - DFDS Seaways Princess Seaways
17:00 - Newcastle, Newcastle Harbour
09:45 - Amsterdam, Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) (Harbour)
+1 day 15h 45m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:2-persoons hut (Binnen, Stapelbed, Ensuite)
Cabin Class: Economy
18 May
10. Ijmuiden
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About the destination: IJmuiden ) is a port city in the Dutch province of North Holland and is the main town in the municipality of Velsen. It is located at the mouth of the North Sea Canal to Amsterdam, and lies approximately 17 kilometres (11 mi) north of Haarlem.
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18 May
Car journey 65 Kilometers - 53m
Ijmuiden
Utrecht
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