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Ring of Breadalbane explores wonders of the Highlands

Date Posted: 30/06/2012

Explore the wonders of the Scottish Highlands with the new Ring of Breadalbane Explorer service.

Encouraging group travel organisers to discover the rich culture, heritage and landscapes of central Scotland, the new hop-on, hop-off bus service aims to put this hidden tourist gem on the map.

From whisky to wildlife

Attempting to replicate the success of Ireland’s Ring of Kerry tourist trail, the new service will pass through some of the region’s major group attractions, including:

• The Scottish Crannog Centre
• Famous Grouse Experience
• Auchingarrich Wildlife Park

Running six times a day, four days per week from 17th July to 16th September, the complete circular route takes three hours.

Fares will be priced at £9 per adult for an all-day ticket, or £15 for a two-day ticket.

Beautiful Breadalbane

Roseanna Cunningham MSP, member of the Scottish Parliament for Perthshire South & Kinross-shire, said: “This new service is a really exciting development which will be an excellent addition to the wonderful facilities, scenery and attractions that the beautiful area of Breadalbane and Strathearn already has on offer.”

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Photo caption: Catherine Huber (Morenish Mews self-catering accommodation), Bob Stevenson (Bridge of Lochay Hotel), Colin Speakeman (consultant in rural transport), Ken Chew (Morenish Mews) and Andrew Donaldson (Comrie Croft) at the launch of the Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative tourist route.

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