After the 24th of June 1314, Robert the Bruce was victorious, he had beaten the English army led by King George II at Bannockburn, which led to the independence of Scotland where Bruce would rule as King… though it took until 1328 for this to be officially recognised. The Battle of Bannockburn was a culmination of events that had been put in motion and took several years to come to
On the 7th of June 1868 Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born in Glasgow, one of Scotland’s most renowned and recognisable architects, designers and artists. It’s not difficult to notice that his influence still has an unparalleled effect on the landscape of the city of his birth. For those who take our tours from Glasgow, it really is worth familiarising yourself with the man and his
Our guest blogger Ian Simm from Palmerston House Educational Services, based in
With several new flight routes having opened up in the last year and more coming in 2015/16, more people than ever have a
We're now offering Portuguese written translations for our 1, 2 and 3 day tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow!
If you require a free written translation, please let us know before your departure so we can organise this for you. You can do this when booking in the comments box, or by contacting our friendly
To celebrate the MTV Europe Music Awards coming to Glasgow this weekend, Timberbush Tours are
TIMBERBUSH TOURS- FLASH SALE FOR 24 HOURS ONLY!
Timberbush Tours are celebrating Halloween with a 15% discount code for any tour for 24HRS only! Discount code- Halloween15.
Book online at www.timberbushtours.com or over the phone on +44 (0) 131 226 6066. Enjoy