From Our Editors
Customers looking for a new way of sightseeing can enjoy a ride through Edinburgh or Glasgow in a vintage 1966 Routemaster Bus. Tours start at Edinburgh Bus Station, before winding their way through the best-known landmarks of the Scottish capital, including the historic Royal Mile, Princess Street and George IV Bridge. Glasgow tours, meanwhile, show visitors sites such as Provand’s Lordship, the upmarket West End, Glasgow University, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and the Transport Museum. While enjoying the views and listening to a commentary from the staff, participants can feast on a variety of dishes. Red Bus Bistro strives to use fresh, local ingredients to create traditional Scottish flavours.
Very supportive staff, afternoon tea well presented with a good selection of sandwiches and cakes, also enjoyed the prosecco and tour of the city. Very enjoyable afternoon.
Lovely presentation , afternoon tea very enjoyable and staff very supportive , tour of Edinburgh was very nice well recommended.
Lovely welcome from the Driver and staff, afternoon teas was amazing. Went on the tour bus with family from Canada, it made there day in glasgow amazing, keep the good work up definitely will recommend to family and friends 😁
Meal was good, staff were nice but the tour lacked information.
We knew a little about Edinburgh but there were loads of buildings, etc that had a story to tell that we didn't know.
The city is steeped in history but this didn't come across on tour.
Some streets were covered more than once.
Experience seemed very DIY.
Maybe some research is needed & a recording made to play through-out the journey.
Glad we had a Groupon voucher.
We would have been very disappointed if we had paid full price.
They need to up their game as there is a lot of competition out there.
Really nice high tea. Girls serving were lovely and very helpful.
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