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Grand Tours of Scotland
Season 3
Back for a third season, Paul Murton takes us on a series of adventures to relive the golden days of Scottish tourism. He travels around one of Scotland’s best-loved holiday destinations, the Isle of Arran, takes a walk on the wild side in the northern highlands of Scotland, uncovers the stories of the pioneering female tourists of Dumfries and Galloway - before ending his trip on the icy shores of the Lake of Menteith.
Episodes
Ep 1
Scotland in Miniature - The Isle of Arran
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Ep 2
The Feminine Touch
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Ep 3
A Walk on the Wild Side
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Ep 4
A Bed for the Night
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Ep 5
From Burns to Butlins
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Ep 6
It's Just Like Switzerland
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Scotland in Miniature - The Isle of Arran
Paul Murton relives the golden days of Scottish tourism, beginning with a visit to the Isle of Arran. Known as "Scotland in miniature", this diverse destination has something for everyone-ruined castles, rugged mountains and stunning wildlife. (1 of 6)
The Feminine Touch
Paul travels through Dumfries and Galloway and uncovers stories of pioneering female tourists determined to travel north. (2 of 6)
A Walk on the Wild Side
Paul Murton embarks on a coast-to-coast journey across the northern Highlands, from the remote lighthouse at Tarbat Ness to the castle at Eilean Donan. (3 of 6)
A Bed for the Night
Paul Murton travels from the shores of the Firth of Forth into the depths of rural Perthshire. Along the way, he spends time in a variety of accommodation, including a nomadic tent and a luxury hotel. (4 of 6)
From Burns to Butlins
Paul Murton visits places connected to poet Robert Burns, the man who made Ayrshire famous. His tour takes him from Alloway, following the Burns trail to Mauchline, before heading for the coast and discovering the delights of Butlin's, bathing and ice cream. (5 of 6)
It's Just Like Switzerland
Paul Murton travels from the icy shores of the Lake of Menteith to the summit of Britain's highest mountain. (6 of 6)