Hello! My partner and I are hoping to go to Scotland and Paris in October of 2021, depending on vaccine development and travel restrictions of course. In our Scottish leg of the trip, I'd really like to spend a few days in Edinburgh and Oban and take a peek at Glasgow, Stirling and Glencoe. Here's what I have in mind:
Land in Glasgow around noon, take a city tour and adjust to the time change. Sleep in Glasgow
Rent a car, drive to Stirling and sightsee for a few hours, then drive to Oban. Sleep in Oban.
Tour Mull and Iona. Sleep in Oban.
Drive up to Glencoe for a morning hike, then drive down to Edinburgh. Sleep in Edinburgh
Day 5 and 6:
Explore Edinburgh, sleeping there both nights.
Fly to Paris early in the morning.
I was wondering (for people who've gone and people who are planning to go), does this seem to rushed? Is there a more efficient way to do this trip? Or would you change anything about the order? Open to any and all suggestions :)
Keep on (dreaming about) travelin',