Scotland Road Trip Series

Road trips are inherently American thanks to the likes of Kerouac, Route 66, and perhaps most of all, the Station Wagon from National Lampoon’s Vacation. Meanwhile, over in Scotland, road trips aren’t as common. This may be because you can drive to the most southerly point of England quicker than you can cross some states. Where is the adventure in that, you might ask?

Road trips are much more than just getting to a destination, they are about everything in between, and Scotland is teeming with sights and experiences for the savvy road tripper. That’s why here at NTSUSA we have created a series of regional road trips for those planning to visit (and drive!) in Scotland.

Select Your Route

Currently, we have covered weekend length road trips through the regions of Fife, Aberdeen, The Highlands, and The Borders. Happy trails and safe travels!!

This route takes you on the road just north of Edinburgh, where you will pass through the Royal Burgh of Culross, Falkland Palace, and an ice cream shop in the coastal town of St Andrews.

Fife Road Trip 

Castle Fraser

This route takes you on a tour through Aberdeenshire, where you will visit a Scottish stately home and castles galore.

Aberdeen Road Trip

Culloden Monument

This route takes you on a tour through The Highlands, allowing you to follow in Queen Victoria’s footsteps and picnic at the Linn of Dee, and experience the powerfully moving Culloden Moor where the 1745 rising came to its tragic end.

Highlands Road Trip

This route takes you on a tour through The Borders of Scotland to a printing press that has been operational since 1866, as well as a donkey sanctuary and a national nature reserve!

Borders Road Trip

Follow our road trip guide through the Borders of Scotland to a 19th-century printing press, a donkey sanctuary, plus a garden and a national nature reserve.

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