Get up close and personal with your favourite celebrities including movie stars, musicians and athletes.
‘Spirit of Singapore’ is Madame Tussauds’ first ever boat ride that gives you the opportunity to travel through a fantasy, tropical garden, onto the F1 Singapore race track and Changi International Airport.
Leanr about the amazing history and development of Sinapore
Fast Track entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore.
Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride.
Marvel 4D (If option is selected)
Food & Beverages
No-wait entrance to the Colosseum via the Gladiator’s Gate
Skip the line access at the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
Expert licensed tour guides
Headsets for every guest
Groups of 25 people or fewer
Gratuities to guides are appreciated but never obligatory.
Please note that the tour meeting time is 15 minutes prior to the start time. No refunds or re-bookings can be provided for late arrivals or no shows after tour commencement or departure.
Unfortunately the tour is unable to accommodate guests with mobility impairments, wheelchairs or strollers on this tour.
NOTE: There is a new rule at the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill that only small backpacks and regular-size handbags are allowed inside. Guests with larger bags will not be allowed to enter (there are no storage facilities) and all guests must now pass through a security check before entering the Colosseum.
The Colosseum is subject to occasional closures. The Colosseum administration is usually aware of this and informs us the day before or of a given closure. Please provide us with detailed contact information in the event that we need to reach you to reschedule your tour.
Comfortable walking shoes recommended.
How does Share Ride work?
If you are going to EWR airport: The driver picks up passengers in order from the destinations furthest from the airport to the closest. Your pick-up time will depend on the relationship between your location and how many other share passengers will be picked up and their respective locations. If you are the furthest away from the airport, you will be picked up relatively early to your flight time and will have to visit other locations to pick up share passengers before arriving at the airport. We guarantee that you will arrive to the airport on time.
Please remember to allow for sufficient travel time to EWR Airport. Please take traffic into consideration when booking your reservation.
Please keep in mind that they cannot control traffic, flight delays and other unforeseen circumstances that may increase travel time.
Go Airlink NYC EWR Airport share-ride shuttles:
Up to 11 passengers.
Share ride shuttle with other travellers, allows you to meet new people and socialize!
Economical, environmentally friendly.
24 hour/ 7 days a week transportation service.
Door to door service
1 Suitcase per person and 1 small carry-on per person.
Depart Edinburgh 09.15 and travel northwest through the historic area of Linlithgowshire, close to the historic palace. The tragic Mary Queen of Scots was born at Linlithgow palace, and became Queen when she was only 6 days old. According to legend her father James V died of a broken heart when he discovered his wife had given birth to a daughter and not the son he was hoping for! Your route along the Forth Valley is one which has been used for thousands of years by invading armies, it was the northernmost frontier of the Roman empire and was later used by the English King Edward I as he marched proudly towards Stirling (only to be sent homewards to think again!). Nowadays it’s at the centre of one of Scotland’s most important industries with huge oil refineries dominating the area.
As you approach Stirling the magnificent castle dominates your view and you make your way up towards the high volcanic rock where it imposes itself upon the surrounding land. Known as the ‘Key to Scotland’, for centuries this was the most important castle in Scotland and the views from the top make it easy to see why.
To the north is the 220ft high tower of the National Wallace Monument commemorating Scotland’s great hero William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson in the Oscar-winning movie Braveheart. From the castle you can look down over the scene of Wallace’s greatest triumph, the battle of Stirling Bridge, where he defeated the English army in 1297. To the south is Bannockburn where, in 1314, the great Scottish warrior-king Robert the Bruce defeated the English army of Edward II. The battle was fought for possession of Stirling Castle but eventually led to a far greater prize for Scotland – the restoration of independence. It’s an area alive with history and you stop at the castle to give you time to soak up the history and heritage of this great site.
From Stirling you head into the Highlands and an area known as the Trossachs. Known as ‘The Highlands in Miniature’, it marks the point where the Lowlands meet the Highlands and entering this beautifully picturesque area feels like going into a different country. With its shimmering lochs, rugged mountain tops and forest-filled glens it’s easy to forget that this was once thought of as a dangerous frontier fought over by the fiercely territorial Highland clans. You stop here for lunch in the village of Aberfoyle, made popular in Victorian times due to its great location.
After lunch you ‘take the high road’ or back-road to Loch Lomond, Scotland’s largest lochs at over 22 miles long, passing Lochs Ard, Chon and Arklet along the way as you travel through the protected lands of Scotland’s first National Park. The route you take was described by the famous Scots comedian Billy Connolly as his favourite road in Scotland, and you can discover why – it’s stunning!!
You stop at Inversnaid on the secluded north-east of the loch, making it the perfect place to enjoy a walk along the ‘bonny banks’, up to a viewpoint for a fantastic view of the loch and the mountain it’s named after, Ben Lomond. This tranquil setting was once the home of Scotland’s famous highland folk hero, Rob Roy MacGregor. Made popular by many books and films Rob Roy lived an incredible life as a soldier, businessman, cattle-rustler and outlaw. By spending time on the trails by the loch you will undoubtedly be walking in the footsteps of one of Scotland’s great legends. There is also an alternative option to take a boat cruise around the north of the loch (Summer only) or merely enjoy a drink at the local hotel and sample the views. Leaving Loch Lomond you return to Edinburgh passing Scotland’s only lake – the Lake of Mentieth (although we have around 3000 freshwater lochs!). The legend states that after William Wallace was betrayed by his great friend the Earl of Mentieth and executed in London the name was changed from the Loch of Mentieth to the Lake of Mentieth so that nobody would ever forget the traitorous part the Earl played in his death.
1. High Street
2. Grand Parade
3. Manvers Street
4. Green Park Road
5. Avon Street
6. Avon Street
7. Westgate Buildings
8. Queen Square
9. Assembly Rooms
10. Brock Street/ Royal
11. Marlborough Buildings
12. Weston Road
13. Upper Bristol Road
14. Upper Bristol Road
15. Royal Avenue
16. Milsom Street
17. Terrace Walk
1. Manvers Street
2. Terrace Walk
3. North Parade
4. Great Pultney Street
5. Holburne Museum
6. Beckford Road
7. Bath Spa Hotel
8. Quarry Road
9. Bathwick Hill
10. Widcombe Hill
11. Rainbow Woods Farm
12. Brassknocker Hill
13. Claverton Down
14. Ralph Allen School
15. North Road/Shaft Road
16. Tyning/North Road
17. Prior Park
18. Middle Hill Lodge
19. Abbey Cemetery
20. Prior Park Road
Passengers can hop-on and hop-off at any of the 17 tour stops along the City route, and any of the 21 along the Skyline route.If you’d prefer, stay on the tour for a full loop:
City route – 50 minutes
Skyline route – 45 minutes
Vouchers must be printed to be exchanged for a City Sightseeing bus ticket in location.
The audio commentary is available in the following languages: English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Polish
Buses are wheelchair accessible.