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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.
The food was lovely and fresh. Comfortable seating on the bus and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Even gave me a 'doggy bag' for my sister who couldn't make it. Would definitely recommend it to friends. :)
Commentary inaudible internal lights on bus not working so a dark and rathee boring trundle round Glasgow...not much fun..burgers were good
Lovely day out. Food delicious and warm welcome from guides.
would recommend upstairs for best views
Staff pleasant and afternoon tea was nice.
Would do the tour again!☺
Would gladly go back on this fabulous bus tour with a difference!! Staff were absolutely fantastic and very helpful and friendly!!
Afternoon tea just ok all sandwiches had mayonnaise eg egg cheese chicken so if you did’nt like mayonnaise you were stuck.There was no description of places you were passing in fact most of them they never even said you were passing them.
Haven’t been on the bus yet but phoning up to book was simple, the chap on the phone was friendly and helpful.
Got this for my Dad’s birthday him and his friend absolutely loved it would defo recommend it😊
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