Leaving Glasgow, you'll start your day by heading out of the city towards Loch Lomond -the largest expanse of fresh water in the country- stopping off to see the sights in Luss, a conservation village nearby. You will then venture into the Highlands, taking in breathtaking scenery including views along Loch Awe, Scotland's longest loch, learning about the fascinating history of the area as you go, including the haunting Kilchurn Castle, a Campbell Clan stronghold, and the Pass of Brander where Robert the Bruce had a notable victory.
You'll arrive in Oban just in time for lunch, so it's time to grab some freshly caught seafood in this quaint, Victorian seaside town. From here you can work off your lunch by climbing up to McCaig's Tower, and getting rewarded with fantastic views of the Isles of Mull and Kerrera. As you head home, you'll visit the seat of the Campbell Clan at Inveraray, when you'll be ready to indulge in some ice-cream, homemade sweets, cakes and coffee or drinks surrounded by the beauty of Loch Fyne.