Enjoy Glasgow's innovative foodie scene & the best of Scotland
Day 1: Morning
Start the morning with a full Scottish breakfast at the House for an Art Lover, designed by world-famous architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
After a tour of the house you'll then be joined by local Glaswegian artists who will run a team building based art class.
Day 1: Afternoon
The first Indian restaurant in the UK opened its door in Glasgow in the 1970s and since then Scotland has adopted the curry as one of its National Dishes. Take a pakora making workshop at Mr Singh's India using local ingredients and of course, some haggis. You'll then be treated to a three course meal and leave with the top-secret copy of the recipe.
Day 1: Early Evening
To work off the curry, it's now time to explore the city. You'll be guided by a local Glaswegian who will take you on a journey through Scotland's 1,000 year history of brewing. You'll also discover some of Glasgow's secrets and sample some of Scotland's most unique beers.
Day 1: Evening
Once you've built up your appetite once again, you'll then be taken on food sightseeing walking tour. Meeting local people who enthuse about what they, Glasgow and Scotland have to offer in food and drink. These walking tours will take you through the historical heart of the city while allowing you the time to sample food and drink tastings from some of Glasgow's unique restaurants, shops and bars.
Day 2: Morning
Take a chauffeur driven tour to Loch Long via Glengoyne Distillery where you can experience a master blending class and learn all about Scotland's national drink.
Day 2: Afternoon
Enjoy a picnic on the banks of the loch before meeting some of the locals on a Scottish wildlife experience.
Day 2: Evening
End your stay in Scotland with a traditional Burns Supper on Blair Estate. A 5 star luxury castle nestled within 250 acres of ancient woodland, parkland and private gardens.