In the Victorian era, tourists flocked to Scotland to explore its unique blend of stunning scenery, romantic ruins, myths and legends. Paul Murton returns with a second series of "Grand Tours of Scotland" to visit the most fascinating parts of the country that have charmed travellers for more than 200 years.
Crossing the Border Paul Murton travels through the borders and up to Glasgow. Elemental Beauty Paul travels from Loch Maree through to the northernmost part of mainland Scotland. Islands of the Clyde Paul enjoys the delights of a favourite Scots holiday destination - the Firth of Clyde. The Charms of Nature Paul travels through the central Highlands from Glen Lyon to the Cairngorms National Park. The True Spirit of Scotland Paul travels out to Islay in a canoe that is a replica of an original from the 1890s. In Search of Sunshine Paul charts a route up the east coast from Carnoustie to Aberdeen.